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  • 9 Reasons Why Baseball Fans Do Not Like Bud Selig

    9 Reasons Why Baseball Fans Do Not Like Bud Selig

    Yesterday it was announced that Allan Huber “Bud” Selig, the commissioner of Major League Baseball since 1992, will be retiring at the end of the 2014 season. This is big news. While Bud probably will not get the kind of year-long retirement celebration that Mariano Rivera got, a lot of good things happened in the […]

  • Monster Truck Stops On a Dime, Barely Avoids Killing Everyone (GIF)

    Monster Truck Stops On a Dime, Barely Avoids Killing Everyone (GIF)

    When a monster truck lost control and found itself headed straight for a crowd of spectators during a Monster Truck Showdown in Reynosa, Mexico, it appeared as though several lives were about to be lost in a tragic accident… …Then, the anti-lock braking system kicked in and saved the day. Check it out: Hat Tip – […]

  • We’ve Got Something For You! Four Pepsi #Pulse Stations

    We’ve Got Something For You! Four Pepsi #Pulse Stations

    One of the greatest feelings while driving is finding a radio station that is playing one of your favorite songs.  And it’s even better when that song is followed up by another one of your all-time favs. And then another, and another… Well, Pepsi is here to ensure that this happens every time you get […]

  • Badass Boxing Ref Suplexes Out-of-Control Fighter (Video)

    Badass Boxing Ref Suplexes Out-of-Control Fighter (Video)

    In major combat sport promotions, you can count on the fighters to behave professionally most of the time. They are, after all, professionals. But in small time amateur promotions things can get dicey. You’re probably going to get a lot of wannabes who are all jacked up and looking to prove their manhood, which means […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/26/2013 — Frank Gore

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/26/2013 — Frank Gore

    Following a disappointing outing in week one of the NFL season, Dolphins wide receiver Mike Wallace complained about his lack of involvement in the team’s offense.  The following week he recorded nine receptions for 115 yards and a touchdown. After week two of the season, it was Steelers receiver Antonio Brown complaining about his lack […]

  • 27 Animated GIFs of Kids Playing Sports

    27 Animated GIFs of Kids Playing Sports

    Everyone knows that children are the future (unless they come between you and a home run ball). But guess what? It’s not the future yet, and until it is we are in charge of everything, including the Internet. So if we want to look at a bunch of animated GIFs of children playing sports—and mostly failing—then […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 26th) — Roger Maris

    This Day In Sports History (September 26th) — Roger Maris

    It was on this day in 1961 that Roger Maris hit his 60th home run of the season, tying Babe Ruth’s record for most home runs in a single season. The 1961 season marked the first season that the MLB extended its schedule to 162 games.  Prior to the start of the season, Maris was […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/25/2013 — Evan Longoria

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/25/2013 — Evan Longoria

    Entering Wednesday, the Tampa Bay Rays were sitting atop the AL Wild Card standings, one game up on the Cleveland Indians and two games up on the Texas Rangers.  And with both the Rangers and the Indians earning victories later that evening, the Rays would need a win against the Yankees in order to maintain […]

  • 25 Athlete-Celebrity Power Couples

    25 Athlete-Celebrity Power Couples

    It’s not easy being married or otherwise romantically attached to a professional athlete. Or at least, I assume it’s not. I’ve never dated one. Sure, they usually make lots of money, but they basically are required to be workaholics, and during the season (whichever sport we’re talking about) they’re away from home half the time. […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 25th) — Nolan Ryan

    This Day In Sports History (September 25th) — Nolan Ryan

    It was on this day in 1981 that Nolan Ryan recorded a no-hitter against the Los Angeles Dodgers.  It was Ryan’s fifth career no-hitter. Ryan was 34 years old at the time and his last no-hitter had come six years earlier against the Baltimore Orioles.  As for this no-hitter, it came while Ryan was pitching […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/24/2013 — Michael Wacha

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/24/2013 — Michael Wacha

    With two outs in the bottom of the ninth during yesterday’s game between the Washington Nationals and the St. Louis Cardinals, Cards rookie pitcher Michael Wacha found himself just one out away from the first no-hitter of his short career.  Then, the Nats’ Ryan Zimmerman had to go and ruin all of the fun by […]

  • Female Arm Wrestler Snaps Her Arm in Half During a Competition (Video)

    Female Arm Wrestler Snaps Her Arm in Half During a Competition (Video)

    You might think that, after you break your arm in half while arm wrestling, you would take a little hiatus from the competitive arm wrestling circuit until you figure out if there’s something seriously wrong with your bones—you know, like osteoporosis, or cancer. Because, you know, bones generally aren’t supposed to just break any time […]