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  • 19 Bizarre Hockey Injuries

    19 Bizarre Hockey Injuries

    Everyone knows hockey players are some of the toughest athletes you’ll ever come across, right up there with MMA fighters, football players, and rugby players. However, they are still human, and thus are still prone to injure themselves in bizarre (and embarrassing) ways no one would expect. Today, with the NHL preseason officially under way and […]

  • Sumo Wrestler Gets Owned (Video)

    Sumo Wrestler Gets Owned (Video)

    If I had to guess, I’d say about 90% of American males were watching NFL football on Sunday.  And there was probably another 4% watching MLB baseball, while 5.999% accompanied their significant others during a shopping trip to Home Depot, Bed, Bath & Beyond or some other home improvement store. As for the other 0.001% […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/16/2013 — Andrew Cashner

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/16/2013 — Andrew Cashner

    The San Diego may have one of the worst offenses in Major League Baseball, but not even a lack of runs was going to stop Andrew Cashner from getting his team the victory on Monday night. Cashner was absolutely incredible against the Pittsburgh Pirates, as he allowed just one hit and no walks while striking […]

  • The 9 Dirtiest Plays of Ndamukong Suh (GIFs)

    The 9 Dirtiest Plays of Ndamukong Suh (GIFs)

    Detroit Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is only in his fourth NFL season, but he’s already acquired a reputation as the dirtiest player in the league. Officially, of course, this is a bad thing. But  Lions fans who like the idea of actually winning football games probably don’t mind all that much. They probably echo […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 16th) — 2000 Summer Olympics

    This Day In Sports History (September 16th) — 2000 Summer Olympics

    It was on this day in 2000 that the opening ceremonies were held for the 27th Summer Olympic Games.  The Games took place in Sydney, Australia marking just the second time the Summer Games were held in the Southern Hemisphere. The United States would finish the Olympics atop the medal standings with a total of […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/15/2013 — Aaron Rodgers

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/15/2013 — Aaron Rodgers

    During yesterday’s game against the Washington Redskins, James Starks ended the Green Bay Packers’ record of 44 games without a 100-yard rusher by galloping for 132 yards on the ground.  You’d think that would mean Aaron Rodgers was a lot less busy than usual, but that was far from the case.  Rather, Rodgers couldn’t have […]

  • 30 NFL Fan GIFs

    30 NFL Fan GIFs

    In Major League Baseball they play 162 games. As a result the fans really have to pace themselves. They don’t want to go bonkers in first few weeks of the season and burn out before their team even gets started. However, in the NFL there are only 16 games and only eight of them are played […]

  • Aussie Rugby Player in Hot Water for Biting Opponent’s Penis (Video)

    Aussie Rugby Player in Hot Water for Biting Opponent’s Penis (Video)

    Say what you want about the dirty play of Detroit Lions defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh. At least the guy has never bitten anyone’s penis on the field (what he does off the field is his own business). That is something you cannot say about Australian rugby player Anthony Watts. The 26-year-old Watts, pictured above, used […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 13th) — World Hockey Association

    This Day In Sports History (September 13th) — World Hockey Association

    It was on this day in 1971 that the World Hockey Association was officially formed.  It was made up of 12 teams and was considered the National Hockey League’s main competitor. The WHA was established by Dennis Murphy and Gary Davidson, who were also the founders of the American Basketball Association (ABA).  Their primary goal […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/12/2013 — Ryan Raburn

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/12/2013 — Ryan Raburn

    After losing two straight, the Cleveland Indians needed a win in their series opener against the White Sox on Thursday in order to keep pace in the AL Wild Card race.  And they would get that win thanks to an offensive outburst that was led by Ryan Raburn. The Indians’ left fielder had three hits […]

  • This Day In Sports History (September 12th) — Carl Yastrzemski

    This Day In Sports History (September 12th) — Carl Yastrzemski

     It was on this day in 1979 that Carl Yastrzemski hit his 3,000th career hit.  He became the fifteenth player in Major League history to reach that milestone. Carl Yastrzemski  played his entire 23-year baseball career with the Boston Red Sox, accumulating a total of 3,419 hits thanks to a .285 career batting average.  On […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 9/11/2013 — Dan Haren

    Stat Line of the Night — 9/11/2013 — Dan Haren

    The Washington National’ playoff hopes may be pretty much dead, but don’t tell them that.  They entered last night with a four-game winning streak in tact and they seem to be playing their best baseball of 2013 during the final month of the season. Their winning ways continued on Wednesday in New York, as the […]

  • Green Label Presents – Dyckman Basketball 2013: Joe Pope

    Green Label Presents – Dyckman Basketball 2013: Joe Pope

    The last time we talked about Dyckman Basketball, the premier summer streetball tournament that takes place in New York City’s Dyckman Park, we provided you with a sneak peak into the life of one of the tournament’s most notorious fans, “The Heckler.” This time, we’re taking an up-close look at another well-known member of Dyckman […]