Tag Archives: baseball

  • 30 Most Ridiculous Ballpark Food Items of the 2015 MLB Season

    30 Most Ridiculous Ballpark Food Items of the 2015 MLB Season

    Ballpark food used to be simple fare. You had your peanuts. You had your Cracker Jack. You had your encased meats. And, if you were really lucky, you had your nachos. That was pretty much it, and people liked it, because they were there to watch baseball, not go on a gastronomical adventure. Thing are […]

  • Mariners Fan Catches Ball With Popcorn Bucket (Video)

    Mariners Fan Catches Ball With Popcorn Bucket (Video)

    We’ve already showed you the first field intruder of the 2015 MLB regular season, and now we bring you the first great fan catch of the year. It comes via last night’s AL West match-up between the Seattle Mariners and Los Angeles Angels at Safeco Field.  With David Freese at the plate in the top […]

  • Wrigley Field Resorts to Porta-Potties To Fix Bathroom Lines (Pic)

    Wrigley Field Resorts to Porta-Potties To Fix Bathroom Lines (Pic)

    Yesterday, we shared with you some very fun pics of ridiculous bathroom lines and piss cups that fans had to deal with due to the renovations of Wrigley Field that bled into opening day. Now, the big guns have arrived in the form of…porta-potties. THANK GOD! If there’s one thing that’s guaranteed to fix the stadium experience […]

  • Yankees Fan Tries To Throw Back Home Run Ball, Fails (Video)

    Yankees Fan Tries To Throw Back Home Run Ball, Fails (Video)

    It was a rough day for the New York Yankees during their home opener earlier today against the Toronto Blue Jays. They managed just three hits of their own, while starting pitcher Masahiro Tanaka was roughed up for five third inning runs during a 6-1 drubbing. And as brutal as things were on the field […]

  • Yoenis Cespedes Catch Robs Kurt Suzuki Of a Homer (Video)

    Yoenis Cespedes Catch Robs Kurt Suzuki Of a Homer (Video)

    Yoenis Cespedes made his debut with the Detroit Tigers earlier today during a 4-0 victory against the Minnesota Twins. The former Athletics and Red Sox outfielder contributed a double, triple, two runs, and a home-run-saving catch to his new club’s winning effort. A solid start, to say the least. You can watch the Yoenis Cespedes […]

  • Bo Jackson Explains Who He Is To Adam LaRoche’s Son (Video)

    Bo Jackson Explains Who He Is To Adam LaRoche’s Son (Video)

    Bo Jackson was one of the most popular athletes of the 1980s. He won the Heisman Trophy in 1985, was named the MLB All-Star Game MVP in 1989, and played in the Pro Bowl in 1990.  He even has his own ESPN 30 for 30 documentary. And yet not everyone knows Bo. Take young Drake […]

  • Yasiel Puig Reminds Us That His Arm Is a Cannon (GIF)

    Yasiel Puig Reminds Us That His Arm Is a Cannon (GIF)

    In case anyone forgot over the course of a long offseason, Yasiel Puig has a cannon for an arm. He reminded us on Sunday. Cutoff man?  Puig doesn’t care for cutoff men.  Watch him launch a dart from right field to third base to keep the runners from advancing during a Cactus League game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and San […]

  • Arkansas Fan Tries To Catch Home Run Ball With His Visor (Video)

    Arkansas Fan Tries To Catch Home Run Ball With His Visor (Video)

    In case you haven’t already figured this out for yourself by now, catching a ball with a visor will not work.  It’ll never work. But that didn’t stop this Arkansas fan from trying during Thursday’s SEC match-up with LSU, as he attempted to snag a home run off the bat of Tigers shortstop Alex Bergman with […]

  • Tommy Lasorda Dancing?  Tommy Lasorda Dancing! (Video)

    Tommy Lasorda Dancing? Tommy Lasorda Dancing! (Video)

    Earlier this year Tommy Lasorda joined Instagram, and it’s a good thing he did.  Why?  Because the Hall of Famer’s decision to join the social media website means we can now witness Tommy Lasorda dancing and singing to DJ Snake & Lil’ Jon‘s “Turn Down For What.” Prepare to be amazed by the moves on the former […]

  • Will Ferrell Played 10 Positions for 10 MLB Teams on Thursday (Videos)

    Will Ferrell Played 10 Positions for 10 MLB Teams on Thursday (Videos)

    You probably already heard about Will Ferrell‘s intentions to play all 10 positions for 10 different MLB teams during Cactus League play in Arizona.  On Thursday, he did it.  Kinda. I’ll explain what I mean by “Kinda” at the end.  For now, I’ll take you on a quick journey through #FerrellTakesTheField. It started at Hohokam Stadium in […]

  • Dad Taken Out by a Line Drive from His Son in the Front Yard (Video)

    Dad Taken Out by a Line Drive from His Son in the Front Yard (Video)

    If your kid is an up-and-coming baseball talent, and you’re tasked with pitching to him from a close distance, maybe don’t give him a metal bad. A nice Louisville Slugger will suffice. Honor tradition. This dad failed to do that, and at the risk of over-explaining this clip, he got taken out pretty hard by […]

  • ARod Home Run? ARod Home Run! (Video)

    ARod Home Run? ARod Home Run! (Video)

    It happened earlier today during a Grapefruit League game against the hated Boston Red Sox, Alex Rodriguez hit a solo home run to left-center field, cutting the Yankees’ deficit to 5-3 in the bottom of the fourth inning.  It was his first home run in Spring Training, and I’m sure the New York tabloids will find […]

  • Royals-Angels Game Spring Training Game Interrupted by…BEES! (Video)

    Royals-Angels Game Spring Training Game Interrupted by…BEES! (Video)

    During spring training, it’s pretty much a given that the most interesting things won’t actually be baseball-related. We’ve got 162 baseball games we’re supposed to care about. We can’t start pretending to be interested just yet. So, we look to other aspects of spring training to focus on. Like killer, bloodthirsty bees. These monsters infiltrated […]

  • Watch Stephen Strasburg vs Bryce Harper For The First Time Ever (Video)

    Watch Stephen Strasburg vs Bryce Harper For The First Time Ever (Video)

    Bryce Harper and Stephen Strasburg are probably the two most highly-touted MLB draft picks of the past decade, but because both of these first-overall selections were taken by the Washington Nationals (Strasburg in ’09 and Harper in ’10), and they’ve remained with the Nats their entire careers, we’ve never had the privilege of seeing them face […]