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  • This Day In Sports History (August 8th) — Pete Rose

    This Day In Sports History (August 8th) — Pete Rose

    It was on this day in 1990 that Pete Rose began serving his five month prison sentence at Marion (Ill.) Federal prison camp. The MLB all-time hits leader pleaded guilty to two charges of tax evasion on April 20, 1990, after filing false income tax returns and not showing income he received from selling autographs […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 8/7/2013 — Matt Harvey

    Stat Line of the Night — 8/7/2013 — Matt Harvey

    Matt Harvey has been one of the lone bright spots for the New York Mets this season, as he was named the starting pitcher for the National League during the 2013 All-Star Game at Citi Field, and he entered last night’s contest with an 8-3 record and a 2.21 ERA.  However, there was still one […]

  • 13 Most Infamous Cases of Fans Getting Caught in the Act

    13 Most Infamous Cases of Fans Getting Caught in the Act

    UPDATE: Sports-related intimacy has only continued to catch on in the months since this article was written. So I’ve included a couple of bonus acts that will titillate and disgust you to varying respective ratios, depending on how much of a scumbag you are. And a good thing to remember is that whenever you go […]

  • This Day In Sports History (August 7th) — Barry Bonds

    This Day In Sports History (August 7th) — Barry Bonds

    It was on this day in 2007 that Barry Bonds hit his 756th career home run.  That homer would help him move past Hank Aaron and become the MLB’s all-time home run leader. Bonds entered the 2007 season with a total of 734 home runs, but in addition to dealing with all of the pressure […]

  • Bowling Pin Machine Ruins Man’s Shot at Perfect 300 Game (Video)

    Bowling Pin Machine Ruins Man’s Shot at Perfect 300 Game (Video)

    Well, the machine revolution foretold in countless science fiction movies from Terminator to The Matrix has begun. However, it didn’t begin with a nuclear attack, or anything big and showy like that. No, it began at a bowling alley in Houston, when a pin rack ruined a man’s shot at a perfect 300 game. Over […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 8/6/2013 — Andrew Albers

    Stat Line of the Night — 8/6/2013 — Andrew Albers

    After climbing through the ranks of the Minnesota Twins farm system and doing enough to impress the team’s management, Andrew Albers was finally given the opportunity to start his first career Major League Baseball game at the age of 27 last night.  And despite taking on one of the hottest teams in baseball in the […]

  • College Football 2013 Preview: 25 Most Interesting New Helmets

    College Football 2013 Preview: 25 Most Interesting New Helmets

    A few years back, the Oregon Ducks football team made a very significant discovery: sometimes football recruits will choose one school over another simply because they think they’ll look better in that school’s uniforms. Is that rational? Of course not. The uniforms you wear don’t affect whether you win or lose or wind up making […]

  • This Day In Sports History (August 6th) — Carl Yastrzemski

    This Day In Sports History (August 6th) — Carl Yastrzemski

    It was on this day in 1989 that the Boston Red Sox retired the #8 formerly worn by Carl Yastrzemski.  Yastrzemski spent his entire 23 year career with Boston and joined Bobby Doerr (#1), Joe Cronin (#4), Johnny Pesky (#6), Ted Williams (#9), Jim Rice (#14) and Carlton Fisk (#27) as the only players to […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 8/5/2013 — Eric Hosmer

    Stat Line of the Night — 8/5/2013 — Eric Hosmer

    The Kansas City Royals have been one of the hottest teams in baseball since the All-Star break.  They entered Monday having won 11 of their last 12 games, and, led by a huge offensive outburst from Eric Hosmer, they would continue their winning ways at home against the lowly Minnesota Twins. Hosmer stepped to the […]

  • This Day In Sports History (August 5th) — American Bowl

    This Day In Sports History (August 5th) — American Bowl

    It was on this day in 1996 that the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Dallas Cowboys 32-6 in the American Bowl.  The game was played at the Estadio Universitario near Monterrey, Mexico. The American Bowl was a series of National Football League pre-season exhibition games that were played all over the world starting in 1986 […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 8/4/2013 — Derek Holland

    Stat Line of the Night — 8/4/2013 — Derek Holland

    Texas Rangers manager Ron Washington was looking to become the winningest manager in club history on Sunday, and he probably liked his chances with Derek Holland on the mound. Holland has been one of the team’s winningest pitchers since Washington joined the Rangers back in 2007, and he would add another victory to both his […]