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  • The 9 Most Memorable Sports-Related Tributes To Boston

    The 9 Most Memorable Sports-Related Tributes To Boston

    In case you just haven’t gotten enough coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing and the fallout, we’ve got some good news and bad news. Bad news first: This is a list of nine tributes to the tragedy and its victims, so if you’re sick of the coverage, or want to take a break from the […]

  • Astros Fan Catches a Home Run With a Popcorn Bucket (Video)

    Astros Fan Catches a Home Run With a Popcorn Bucket (Video)

    The man in the video you are about to watch is not the first person to catch a baseball in a popcorn bucket.  But he is the latest, so that’s why we’re talking about him. It took place during Sunday’s series finale between the Indians and the Astros at Minute Maid Park in Houston.  With […]

  • Neil Diamond Sings “Sweet Caroline” at Fenway Park (Video)

    Neil Diamond Sings “Sweet Caroline” at Fenway Park (Video)

    Last Wednesday, just two days after the Boston Marathon Bombing, Bruins fans encapsulated the strength of their city by coming together and singing the Star Spangled Banner in unison during the B’s first home game since the tragic act of terrorism. On Saturday, it was Red Sox Nation’s chance to put Boston’s strength on display, […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 4/21/2013 — Mark Cundari

    Stat Line of the Night — 4/21/2013 — Mark Cundari

    There were several impressive stat lines being put together by athletes around the sporting world yesterday, including Tuukka Rask‘s 28-save shutout against the Florida Panthers, Paul Georges‘s triple-double in Game One of the Pacers’ first-round playoff series against the Atlanta Hawks, and Barry Zito‘s seven scoreless innings during the San Francisco Giants’ victory over the […]

  • NBA Playoffs 2013: 9 Big Storylines to Watch

    NBA Playoffs 2013: 9 Big Storylines to Watch

    After 5½ months, the regular season has come to a close, the standings have been finalized, and the 2013 NBA Playoffs are set to begin on Saturday. Just like last year, this year’s NBA postseason is stacking up to be very interesting. Big stars are injured, new teams are looking to join the elite ranks, […]

  • Chandler Parsons Thinks Blake Griffin May Be Wanted By The Police

    Chandler Parsons Thinks Blake Griffin May Be Wanted By The Police

    The Clippers’ Blake Griffin and the Rockets’ Chandler Parsons have a very interesting relationship. They’re not from the same home town, and they didn’t play college ball together, but the two appear to be friends. And publicly, at least, their friendship pretty much consists entirely of the two giving each other sh*t on Twitter. Back in […]

  • Baseball Is Back, and So Are the Drunken Dancing Fans (Video)

    Baseball Is Back, and So Are the Drunken Dancing Fans (Video)

    Drunk dancing baseball fans are back. Thank goodness. Of course, you can see drunk fans dancing like idiots at lots of different sporting events—hockey games, basketball games, football games, you name it. But no sport produces as many drunk dancing fans as baseball. I don’t know what it is. Actually, that’s not true. I do […]

  • This Day In Sports History (April 19th) – Rosie Ruiz

    This Day In Sports History (April 19th) – Rosie Ruiz

    It was on this day in 1982 that Boston Marathon cheater Rosie Ruiz was arrested in New York and charged with forgery and grand larceny.  This was just one of many arrests for Ruiz, whose life seemed to go downhill after she was caught cheating at the 84th annual Boston Marathon. Rosie Ruiz crossed the […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 4/18/2013 — Logan Couture

    Stat Line of the Night — 4/18/2013 — Logan Couture

    The San Jose Sharks have all but locked up a spot in the playoffs, but with a 16-1-5 record at home this season, and an 8-12-2 record on the road, you can bet that they would love to surpass the Los Angeles Kings in their battle for fourth-place in the Western Conference and home ice advantage in […]