Tag Archives: MLB

  • Picture Of The Day: Stay Classy Little Pandas

    Picture Of The Day: Stay Classy Little Pandas

    I just don’t understand parents these days.  They fear for their kids’ livelihood every time they see some blood or a half-boob on their television, but they have absolutely no problem dressing them up as panda bears and giving them signs that say “Phuck the Phillies.” Mom and dad must be so proud.  Stay classy […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 10/20/10 – Buster Posey

    The Stat Line of the Night – 10/20/10 – Buster Posey

    Raise your hand if in March you had the San Francisco Giants representing the National League in the World Series. Didn’t think so. Yet, here they are, now just one more victory away from making it back to the big dance. And they wouldn’t be anywhere close without Buster Posey. The 23-year-old catcher has provided […]

  • Another Look At The Douchebag Yankees Fan From Last Night (GIF)

    Another Look At The Douchebag Yankees Fan From Last Night (GIF)

    I must give credit where credit is due.  This douchebag did make a nice grab to prevent Nelson Cruz from robbing Robinson Cano of a home run in the second inning of last night’s ALCS game between the New York Yankees and the Texas Rangers.  But what’s with all the hand waving and stupid faces, […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 10/18/10 – Cliff Lee

    The Stat Line of the Night – 10/18/10 – Cliff Lee

    The nickname “Mr. October” may currently belong to Reggie Jackson, however, should Cliff Lee continues his run of playoff dominance, that may have to change. Rangers’ manager Ron Washington ordered his starting rotation so that Lee would pitch Game 3 and give his team the opportunity to steal a game in New York, and that […]

  • Phillies Fans Celebrate Game 2 Victory With Some Fisticuffs (Video)

    Phillies Fans Celebrate Game 2 Victory With Some Fisticuffs (Video)

    The Philadelphia Phillies’ Roy Oswalt seemed to be his usual self last night as he delivered eight innings of three-hit, one-run ball, on route to a 6-1 Game 2 NLCS victory over the Giants.  As for the Philly faithful, they appeared to be their usual selves as well, throwing fists at one another whether their […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Welcome To Philly Tim Lincecum

    Picture Of The Day: Welcome To Philly Tim Lincecum

    Most of us welcomed the opportunity to watch two aces like Tim Lincecum and Roy Halladay square off in Game 1 of the ALCS.  However, those within the unfriendly confines of Citizens Bank Park were not so welcoming to the Giants’ starting hurler. So how did Lincecum respond to these cruel comments?  How does 7.0 […]

  • Picture Of The Day: Alyssa Milano Was Born An MLB Ball Bunny

    Picture Of The Day: Alyssa Milano Was Born An MLB Ball Bunny

    It seems like only yesterday a young Alyssa Milano was staring in Who’s The Boss and attempting to fulfill her aspirations of becoming a sports star.  Now it appears as though she is only interested in banging sports stars, rather than becoming one herself.  Barry Zito, Brad Penny, Carl Pavano and Russell Martin are just […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 10/6/10 – Roy Halladay

    The Stat Line of the Night – 10/6/10 – Roy Halladay

    Now that was one heck of a way to kick off the 2010 playoffs. Roy Halladay threw the second no-hitter in postseason history as the Phillies shut down the Reds 4-0 in game 1 of their playoff series. Speaking of game 1, that was Halladay’s first career postseason start, making an amazing event even more […]

  • Roy Halladay Records A No-Hitter In His First Post-Season Game

    Roy Halladay Records A No-Hitter In His First Post-Season Game

    After an outstanding regular season that saw him win 21 games, record a 2.44 ERA, and throw 219 strikeouts, many baseball fans were left to wonder how Roy Halladay would respond in his first ever playoff start.  Well the answer is in and it is just about as close to perfect as you can get. […]

  • How About Showing Some Effort Next Time? (Video)

    How About Showing Some Effort Next Time? (Video)

    Here is a look at the laziest, most uninterested fan you will ever see at a ballgame. This effort may be even poorer than the one we saw from the Camden Yards security a few months ago.  All he had to do was extend his arm a little more, or maybe even lift his ass […]

  • Jays’ Players Sport Mustaches In Cito Gaston’s Farewell Game

    Jays’ Players Sport Mustaches In Cito Gaston’s Farewell Game

    In 1982, Cito Gaston joined the Toronto Blue Jays coaching staff as a hitting coach.  In 1989 he was named the club’s manager and only three years later he would begin a run of back-to-back World Series Championship seasons with the Jays.  Those two league titles would be the last the city would see from […]

  • 9 Cities That Deserve the Devil Rays More Than Tampa Bay

    9 Cities That Deserve the Devil Rays More Than Tampa Bay

    Two nights ago only 12,000 people turned out to see one of baseball’s best teams take the field with a chance to clinch a playoff spot. Last night they clinched in front of 17,000. The people of Tampa Bay should be ashamed of themselves, but they probably aren’t which is why they shouldn’t have a […]

  • Phillies Fan Picks A Winner, Eats It (Video)

    Phillies Fan Picks A Winner, Eats It (Video)

    As a parent, sometimes it seems like no matter how hard you try it is simply impossible to keep your child’s finger out of their nose.  You can tell them a million times, “Don’t pick your nose Kelly, else it is going to start bleeding”, but the second you turn your back, or leave her […]

  • Tyler Colvin Impaled By Broken Bat (Video)

    Tyler Colvin Impaled By Broken Bat (Video)

    In baseball, standing 90 feet from home plate is supposed to be a good thing, but it turned out to be a nightmare for the Cubs’ Tyler Colvin.  Sitting safely at third base, Colvin was awaiting a hit from teammate Welington Castillo to bring him home, but he surely was not expecting what would happen […]

  • Celebrating Bobby Cox’s Retirement With A Giant Corn Field Maze

    Celebrating Bobby Cox’s Retirement With A Giant Corn Field Maze

    When Atlanta Braves Manager Bobby Cox announced that this would be his final year as a bench-boss in the MLB, many of those who knew and loved the 69-year-old legend began to think of ways to honor his storied career and thank him for a job well done. First there was that embarrassing spelling mistake […]