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  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/23/2013 — Jon Lester

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/23/2013 — Jon Lester

    The 2013 World Series kicked off last night in Boston, as the Red Sox hosted the St. Louis Cardinals for Game One of the Fall Classic.  This contest featured two of baseball’s best starting pitchers in Adam Wainwright and Jon Lester, but only one would look like one of the game’s best. That one was […]

  • 11 Ridiculously Erotic Exercise Gimmicks

    11 Ridiculously Erotic Exercise Gimmicks

    Sure, there are tried-and-true methods of getting fit, such as jogging, weight training, and playing sports. They all work, and they are all pretty easy to do. (You own shoes and can step outside your front door, right?) But why keep your workouts simple and straightforward when you could make them complicated and pay lots […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/22/2013 — Phil Kessel

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/22/2013 — Phil Kessel

    With only two goals scored through the first nine games of the season, many of the fans and members of the media in Toronto were beginning to wonder where Phil Kessel’s scoring touch had gone.  Luckily for him, and unfortunately for the Anaheim Ducks, the 26-year-old winger out of Wisconsin was able to regain that […]

  • Dev Hynes Scores Gia Coppola and James Franco’s New Movie “Palo Alto”

    Dev Hynes Scores Gia Coppola and James Franco’s New Movie “Palo Alto”

    Gia Coppola, daughter of the ever-so-popular Francis Ford Coppola, is set to direct a movie called “Palo Alto,” which is described as a film adaptation of several short stories that were written by James Franco.  The film, which premiered at the Telluride Film Festival on August 29, is a tale of Northern California’s disaffected youth, and to […]

  • 10 Best World Series Rivalries

    10 Best World Series Rivalries

    The 2013 World Series gets underway tomorrow, and it won’t just be any old matchup. This year’s Fall Classic will feature two of Major League Baseball’s most iconic and historic franchises: the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals. Now, any baseball fan over the age of 18 certainly remembers the last time these two teams […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 22nd) – Cincinnati Reds

    This Day In Sports History (October 22nd) – Cincinnati Reds

    It was on this day in 1975 that the Cincinnati Reds and the Boston Red Sox played game seven of the World Series.  The Reds defeated the Sox 4-3 to capture the franchise’s third World Series title. This World Series was ranked by ESPN as the second greatest Series ever played.  One of the most […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/21/2013 — J.S. Giguere

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/21/2013 — J.S. Giguere

    The Pittsburgh Penguins entered last night’s contest against the Colorado Avalanche with the second-most goals scored per game in the entire NHL (3.75), and they also had the league’s leading scorer in Sidney Crosby.  You’d think there would be no stopping their offensive attack, but Avs keeper Jean-Sebastien Giguere had other ideas. Taking on one […]

  • The 9 Largest Video Screens In Sports

    The 9 Largest Video Screens In Sports

    There’s nothing quite like attending a live sporting event. No matter what the sport, there are sensory pleasures that just can’t be provided by your TV, no matter how big: the crack of the bat, the smell of the grass, the cool air above the ice. And let’s not forget the much bigger TV screens. […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 21st) — Philadelphia Phillies

    This Day In Sports History (October 21st) — Philadelphia Phillies

    It was on this day in 1980 that the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Kansas City Royals 4-1 in Game 6 of the World Series.  The win gave Philadelphia their first World Series title in franchise history. The Phillies made it to the World Series by winning the National League East by one game over the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 10/20/2013 — Andy Dalton

    Stat Line of the Night — 10/20/2013 — Andy Dalton

    After losing two of their first four game this season, the Cincinnati Bengals entered week 7 having won two straight.  At 4-2, they were sitting atop the AFC North, and they would increase their lead over the Ravens and Browns with a victory over the Detroit Lions on Sunday. Leading the charge for the Bengals’ […]

  • Watch: Lego “Thriller” Stop Motion Video

    Watch: Lego “Thriller” Stop Motion Video

    With Halloween less than two weeks away, you are bound to start seeing Michael Jackson’s popular hit “Thriller” a lot more often.  Today is just another one of those instances, although, this ain’t no ordinary version of “Thriller” you’re about to see.  Rather, it’s a Lego stop motion masterpiece of MJ’s hit, created by Berlin-based animation […]

  • 21 Creepy Sports Fan GIFs

    21 Creepy Sports Fan GIFs

    Sports fans can be lots of thing. They can be funny. They can be crazy. They can be violent. They can be wasted. And they can be pathetic. However, since we’re halfway through October, just two weeks from Halloween, today we’re going to focus on sports fans being creepy as hell Now, as you probably […]

  • This Day In Sports History (October 18th) — Nate Thurmond

    This Day In Sports History (October 18th) — Nate Thurmond

    It was on this day in 1974 that Chicago Bulls center Nate Thurmond recorded the first quadruple-double in NBA history.  Thurmond accomplished the feat in his first ever game with the Chicago Bulls. A quadruple-double is not only one of the rarest achievements in basketball, but it is also one of the rarest achievements in […]