Tag Archives: baseball

  • Padres Announcers Are Big Fans of Hot Dogs and Hot Chicks (Video)

    Padres Announcers Are Big Fans of Hot Dogs and Hot Chicks (Video)

    Want to know how to get on camera at a baseball game? Well, start by being female and attractive. That right there gives you about a 10% chance. Next, get yourself some seats behind home plate, because that will increase your chances by another 75%. Finally, to really seal the deal, go ahead and throw […]

  • 15 Most-Ejected MLB Managers of All-Time

    15 Most-Ejected MLB Managers of All-Time

    In most sports, if the coach or manger went ballistic, got up in the official’s face, and screamed at him at the top of his lungs, that person would get suspended and/or fined. Baseball, however, is different. It’s expected that managers will go apesh*t from time to time. It’s part of the game. When it […]

  • This Day In Sports History (June 3rd) – Darryl Strawberry

    This Day In Sports History (June 3rd) – Darryl Strawberry

    It was on this day in 1980 that the New York Mets selected outfielder Darryl Strawberry with the #1 overall pick in the Major League Baseball draft.  Darryl’s older brother, Michael, was also selected in the draft, by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 31st round. Strawberry had a great start to his career, winning […]

  • Watch Andres Torres Break a Bat Over His Knee (Video & GIF)

    Watch Andres Torres Break a Bat Over His Knee (Video & GIF)

    The San Francisco Giants were leading the Oakland Athletics by a score of 5-2 in the bottom of the eighth inning, so you’d think Giants outfielder Andres Torres would at least be in a decent mood. He was not. After striking out with runners on second and third for the second out of the inning, […]

  • Wave Goodbye to These Giants Fans (GIF)

    Wave Goodbye to These Giants Fans (GIF)

    This post was supposed to be about an Oakland A’s fan taunting a San Francisco Giants fan who was about to get ejected from last night’s A’s-Giants game. However, all I did was ask one little question and, all of a sudden, it turns into a post about umpire incompetence. Let me explain. You see, […]