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  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/5/11 — Dan Haren

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/5/11 — Dan Haren

    The Detroit Tigers’ Justin Verlander entered last night’s game against the Los Angeles Angels with a 9-0 record in his last 12 starts.  The last time Verlander had earned a loss was on April 27th against the Seattle Mariners and in his last seven starts he had allowed only five runs against.  Yes, Verlander has […]

  • Picture Of The Day: The Beauty Of Team Camaraderie

    Picture Of The Day: The Beauty Of Team Camaraderie

    Yes, there really is nothing quite like the team camaraderie shared between female volleyball players. It has been a while since we last brought you something from the sexy world of indoor female volleyball, but we hope this incredible image has made that long wait well worth it.  Perhaps the only thing better than watching […]

  • Seniors Provide Incredible Rally At Wimbledon (Video)

    Seniors Provide Incredible Rally At Wimbledon (Video)

    While most tennis fans were focused on the incredible Men’s Finals match-up between Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic this past weekend at Wimbledon, the greatest highlight from the weekend at the All England Club came via the racquet of Iran’s Mansour Bahrami during Saturday’s Senior Gentleman’s Semifinals. After watching his partner, Andrew Castle, field the […]

  • Lacrosse Goal + Notorious B.I.G. Commentary = WIN (Video)

    Lacrosse Goal + Notorious B.I.G. Commentary = WIN (Video)

    Watch the following lacrosse goal on mute and you will probably ask yourself, “What is so special about this?”  Turn up the volume and you will have your answer. It isn’t often that we are blessed with such lyrical artistry during a lacrosse game, but this dude, who almost sounds like a young Dick Vitale, […]

  • 9 Greatest Athletes Over 40

    9 Greatest Athletes Over 40

    Growing old gracefully doesn’t really happen in sports. You get old, then the wheels come off. Which makes a lot of sense considering the toll taken on the bodies of almost all pro athletes. However, occasionally, some men and women through determination, become statistical outliers, owning the game well after most players are retired. Here’s […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/4/11 — Brian Duensing

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 7/4/11 — Brian Duensing

    If I told you that one of the starting pitchers from yesterday’s game between the Minnesota Twins and the Tampa Bay Rays struck out seven batters and allowed only six hits during a complete-game shutout victory, you would probably assume we were talking about Rays starter David Price.  However, Price would allow four earned runs […]

  • Picture Of The Day: The Perils Of Wrestling

    Picture Of The Day: The Perils Of Wrestling

    Ever wonder why more kids from your high school didn’t/don’t wrestle?  This image says it all. Even those that decide to give it a shot know that there will be some hugging and rolling around with other sweaty men involved, but sometimes it takes a sac in the face to make you wonder whether wrestling […]

  • The 9 Greatest Sports Podcasts

    The 9 Greatest Sports Podcasts

    Face it: We are knee-deep in the digital age, and podcasts have fast become a viable way of getting your sports news regardless of geography or area of interest. The good news is anyone can do one. The bad news is anyone can do one. So here’s a brief guide to let you know a […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/30/11 — C.C. Sabathia

    The Stat Line Of The Night — 6/30/11 — C.C. Sabathia

    The New York Yankees were looking to record their fifth win in a row last night and complete a three-game sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers in the process.  As for Yankees starter C.C. Sabathia, he was looking to extend a three-game winning streak of his own.  Much to the approval of the hometown crowd, both […]

  • Here Is A Look At Munich’s Crazy Basketball Court (Pics)

    Here Is A Look At Munich’s Crazy Basketball Court (Pics)

    If you are looking to shoot some hoops while visiting Germany, you may have a difficult time finding a decent court, assuming most of the ones in the country are designed like this one, which can be found at the Occupational School Center in Munich.  If this court was made to give people somewhere to […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Happy Birthday Mike Tyson

    Picture Of The Day: Happy Birthday Mike Tyson

    This past weekend Mike Tyson celebrated his marriage (albeit three years late) with his lovely wife Lakiha, and today he celebrates his 45th birthday. To the man who has provided us with plenty of great fights during his historic boxing career, along with plenty of great performances outside the ring since retiring from the sport, […]

  • 9 Athletes Who Look Homeless

    9 Athletes Who Look Homeless

    Sports stars have always had a reputation for looking more slick and put-together than their rock star brethren, but in the past few years, there has been a widespread “dressing down” of athletes that has left many athletes looking like Ted Kaczynski or Old Dirty Bastard. OK, that’s an exaggeration, but many of our sports […]

  • Pippa Middleton Is Looking Good At Wimbledon

    Pippa Middleton Is Looking Good At Wimbledon

    How slow has the sports world been the last few days?  So slow that I am actually writing about Pippa Middleton attending Andy Murray’s quarter-finals match at Wimbledon. Yes, with the Dog Days of Summer upon us, the hot weather has quickly dried up the sports scene, causing us to report on members of the […]