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  • The Stat Line of the Night – 8/26/10 – Edwin Jackson

    The Stat Line of the Night – 8/26/10 – Edwin Jackson

    Edwin Jackson blew away the Orioles last night. It wasn’t a no-hitter like he threw on June 25th as a member of the Diamondbacks, but it was close and in some ways more dominant. Jackson pitched 8 shutout innings for the White Sox, allowing just 3 hits while striking out 10 and walking just 2. […]

  • Picture Of The Day: She’s Paid To Do That!

    Picture Of The Day: She’s Paid To Do That!

    You would think that this synchronized swimmer’s position is one of discomfort, but after taking a look at her facial expression, I can’t help but believe that she is actually enjoying herself, in an arousing sort of way. As for the females on the bottom, they appear to like what they see as well. And […]

  • 9 Most Annoying Sports Broadcasters

    9 Most Annoying Sports Broadcasters

    Almost everyone gets annoying after two hours. In fact, it takes a special gift NOT to be annoying after an extended period of time. After spending much of my TV-watching life with some of the people below, I can say with some certainty: They don’t have that gift. After reviewing this list, I was amazed […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 8/25/10 – Joey Votto

    The Stat Line of the Night – 8/25/10 – Joey Votto

    With the St. Louis Cardinals slumping as of late, the Cincinnati Reds were looking to take advantage and build upon their lead in the NL Central.  After the Cards fell to the Pirates, the Reds had the opportunity to increase their division lead to 3.5 games, and that is exactly what they did, thanks to […]

  • Picture Of The Day: How To Shoot A Compound Bow

    Picture Of The Day: How To Shoot A Compound Bow

    Archery at its finest. Elbow up in the proper position, target locked in, and lots of arches for the observers to look at. I wouldn’t be entirely surprised to find out that just off camera is another person with his “bow” trying to dot up a certain, unnamed target. This archer also has a lower […]

  • Bodybuilder Flips Out and Attacks Judge (Video)

    Bodybuilder Flips Out and Attacks Judge (Video)

    Uh oh. Did someone maybe make a comment about his small pee-pee? That dude was mad because he spent all that money on roids and didn’t win the big prize. He was up there showing everyone his severely reduced kibbles and bits and spent all that time looking at himself in the mirror and pumping […]

  • 9 Reasons College Football Is Better Than the NFL

    9 Reasons College Football Is Better Than the NFL

    Thank God we don’t have to pick between one or the other. The debate over whether or not college ball is better than the NFL has been raging for years, but the widespread popularity of fantasy football, in addition to outrage over the BCS system has seemingly tilted the scales towards the NFL in recent […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 8/24/10 – Gio Gonzalez

    The Stat Line of the Night – 8/24/10 – Gio Gonzalez

    The Oakland Athletics have had some of the best pitching in all of baseball this year.  Unfortunately their offense has been unable to come through when its needed most, or come through at all for that matter.  Last night was a different story.  With Gio Gonzalez on the mound dealing, the A’s bats finally came […]

  • Don’t Do Drugs, Do Trainers (Pics)

    Don’t Do Drugs, Do Trainers (Pics)

    Notice anything unusual here? This is an advertising campaign about doping, but mostly people will be making fun of the tagline: “Don’t Do Drugs. Do Trainers.” Yeah, nothing to make a joke about there. And if they want to dissuade this type of behavior, then they shouldn’t have given the running chick such sweet mutton […]

  • Amazing Youth Football KO Hit (Videos)

    Amazing Youth Football KO Hit (Videos)

    This kid has been paying attention in practice. Keep your eyes on the split end, or the ‘X’ for all you Madden geeks/football dorks out there. This play is from a local youth football league in the Western suburbs of Chicago. It’s enough to make the Chicago Bears proud, and probably enough to make Coach […]

  • 9 Awesome Baseball Manager Tirades We Will Never Forget

    9 Awesome Baseball Manager Tirades We Will Never Forget

    As Lou Piniella lays down his spikes this week and retires from the Cubs, he gives us a legacy to look back on unlike any other active manager. While much of his legacy takes the form of wins, losses, and pennants, there is another quality about Lou that we mustn’t ever forget: the ability to […]

  • Pool Basketball Domination is Dominant (Video)

    Pool Basketball Domination is Dominant (Video)

    Who says white men can’t dunk? Check out these dunking teens from Mission Viejo. And then stay tuned after this first video for our interview with these kids from the post-op room at a local California hospital. Heh heh. These kids are amazing and also have a screw loose. I remember those days. When you’re […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 8/23/10 – Jose Bautista

    The Stat Line of the Night – 8/23/10 – Jose Bautista

    What can the league leader in home runs do to help your team against the vaunted Yankees?  How about secure all your RBIs and 2of your 3 runs in a 3 to 2 victory.  That is what Jose Bautista did last night.  The league leader in home runs with 40 hit 2 more last night […]

  • Spanish Bull Fighter Gored Where the Sun Don’t Shine (Pics)

    Spanish Bull Fighter Gored Where the Sun Don’t Shine (Pics)

    If the goring of Spanish bullfighter Julio Aparicio, who took a bull’s horn right through the cheek, didn’t teach any of these crazy souls a lesson, then I don’t know what will. This time it was Spanish banderiller Pedro Muriel, who was gored during a bullfight at the Malagueta bullring in Malaga. Lucky for Pedro, […]

  • Hiroshima Carp Catch Of The Year – The Sequel (Video)

    Hiroshima Carp Catch Of The Year – The Sequel (Video)

    During the first week of August, Masato Akamatsu of the Nippon Professional Baseball League’s Hiroshima Carp sprinted up the left center field wall to rob a home run and put in his submission for one of the greatest catches ever made on Earth. Almost three weeks later, a Hiroshima Toyo Carp center fielder is seen robbing […]