Sports Lists

  • The 20 Best-Selling Jerseys in Major League Baseball Right Now

    The 20 Best-Selling Jerseys in Major League Baseball Right Now

    At the start of every MLB season, baseball writers and bloggers of all stripes produce lists of the best players in the game, whether it’s to help people select players for their fantasy league or simply to start debates. However, the average fan doesn’t pay much attention to such analyses. They like who they like, […]

  • 30 GIFS that Capture the Madness of the 2014 NCAA Tournament

    30 GIFS that Capture the Madness of the 2014 NCAA Tournament

    The 2014 NCAA Tournament is not over yet. The Final Four goes down on Saturday, with the National Championship game scheduled for Monday. However, unlike just about every other major sports tournament on earth, with this one the final rounds are an afterthought. It’s the utter madness of the first week, with all the upsets […]

  • 9 Worst MLB Opening Day Pitches

    9 Worst MLB Opening Day Pitches

    How bad can a ceremonial first pitch be on Opening Day of the baseball season? Pretty bad. While some of the danger lies in a wayward or weak toss that makes the honoree look like a spazz, most of it is simply the risk of embarrassment. After all, what other ceremony has such a high […]

  • 11 Most Insane College Sports Riots of All Time

    11 Most Insane College Sports Riots of All Time

    On Saturday night, a small riot broke out on University Boulevard in Tucson, Arizona, when the Arizona Wildcats lost their Elite Eight battle against the Badgers from Wisconsin. It all started innocently enough, with drunk fans gathering in the streets after the game. However, once the riot cops gave the orders to disperse, a few […]

  • 11 Most Memorable Moments in the History of MLB Opening Day

    11 Most Memorable Moments in the History of MLB Opening Day

    The start of any new season, regardless of the sport, brings feelings of joy and optimism for sports fans. However, nothing compares to the magic of MLB’s Opening Day. You see, the NFL, NBA, and NHL all start in the fall, as the good times of summer fade away and we brace ourselves for winter. […]

  • 9 Pro Athletes With Alma Maters In The NCAA Tournament

    9 Pro Athletes With Alma Maters In The NCAA Tournament

    With the field down to 12 after last night’s games, we’re beginning to get a small enough sample size that we can begin studying the teams. Should we study them in the context of the tournament and their strengths and weaknesses going into the late rounds? NO. Let’s take a look at the remaining schools […]

  • 9 Players Who Went To Play For Their Arch Rivals

    9 Players Who Went To Play For Their Arch Rivals

    In the world of sports, the virtue placed on loyalty is up there only with natural talent and drive in terms of desirable assets. And nothing is seen as more disloyal than jumping ship to go suit up for your former team’s bitter rival. There are a few circumstances that make jumping ship more understandable […]

  • 9 Athletes Who Sucked On Dancing With The Stars

    9 Athletes Who Sucked On Dancing With The Stars

    Being a professional athlete, regardless of sport, requires a few universal qualities. The ability to stand up and perform under pressure, for one. Physical coordination and dexterity are two others. Physical and mental endurance are also important. But being able to dance is not generally considered necessary to succeed in sports. There’s no greater (or […]

  • Mark Cuban’s 9 Most Controversial Statements

    Mark Cuban’s 9 Most Controversial Statements

    Mark Cuban is (surprise!) back in the news after just indicting the NFL for its business practices and predicting it will be a victim of its own success. This isn’t the first time he’s gone off the reservation and spoken up with on controversial topics with controversial opinions. Starting with his NFL comments, let’s take […]

  • 9 Predictions For The Rest Of The NCAA Tournament

    9 Predictions For The Rest Of The NCAA Tournament

    Now that the exhausting first four-plus days of the tournament are over, about as many questions have been raised as have been answered. In 48 games of play, we’ve got a big enough sample size to see a lot of different stuff. But what can we draw from? Who is the team to beat? Rest […]

  • 9 Most Loathsome Coaches Of The NCAA Tournament

    9 Most Loathsome Coaches Of The NCAA Tournament

    A big sporting event is on deck today, so amid all the celebration, excitement, and pride, let’s not forget to do what we do best as sports fans, which is hate things for no particular reason. Well, in the case of some of these NCAA Tournament coaches, there are great reasons to hate them. But […]

  • 9 Reasons Why the NCAA Tournament Is the Greatest Sporting Event on Earth

    9 Reasons Why the NCAA Tournament Is the Greatest Sporting Event on Earth

    Thank our lucky stars, the NCAA tournament is back. Which means about a hundred million Americans can shamelessly hop on the college basketball bandwagon for the next two weeks all because of a little blessing called a “bracket.” So everyone, hurry out there and root for your picks before 14 seeds decide to just sweep […]

  • 9 Biggest March Madness Cinderellas

    9 Biggest March Madness Cinderellas

    With St. Patrick’s Day being celebrated for the past three days or so, and Warren Buffett’s name back in the news, it’s clearly time for March Madness, the annual event in which people with little to no understanding of sports take home their office tourney jackpot, having gotten lucky on a couple dark horses that […]

  • 9 Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs of All Time

    9 Biggest NCAA Tournament Snubs of All Time

    Every year the NCAA Tournament selection committee has it’s decisions scrutinized and questioned. However, the draw they came up with for the 2014 installment of March Madness has proven to be more controversial than most. For starters, Louisville is a No. 4 seed—which means the committee thinks they’re no better than 13th in the nation—despite […]

  • 11 Scariest Moments in NHL History

    11 Scariest Moments in NHL History

    Earlier this week, a game between the Dallas Stars and Columbus Blue Jackets came to an abrupt and premature halt when Dallas forward Rich Peverley collapsed on the bench. He suffered a cardiac arrest as the result of a ventricular fibrillation, which is a kind of heart arrhythmia. Now Peverley is stable and set to […]