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  • This Day In Sports History (September 28th) – Ted Williams

    This Day In Sports History (September 28th) – Ted Williams

    It was on this day in 1941 that Ted Williams finished the regular season with a .406 batting average.  Williams remains the last player to hit over .400 throughout the course of a regular season. Williams entered the final day of the 1941 season with a .39955 batting average, which would have been rounded up […]

  • 9 Biggest MVP Snubs In Baseball History

    9 Biggest MVP Snubs In Baseball History

    On Monday and Tuesday, the Baseball Writers Association of America handed out the most prestigious player awards in baseball: the MVP Awards. This year, the American League winner was Detroit Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander, while the National League version went to Milwaukee Brewers left fielder Ryan Braun. Now, sometimes the choices for MVP are so […]

  • 12 Awesome Sports Fan Halloween Costumes

    12 Awesome Sports Fan Halloween Costumes

    Well, Halloween is here again. If you’re like me (i.e., a grown man), then chances are the only reason you’re even considering dressing up this year is because you want to go a costume party where there will be a bunch of chicks dressed up as “slutty nurses” or “slutty cops” or…well, pretty much “slutty” […]

  • Ted Williams Shares His Golden Voice With Kobe Bryant (Video)

    Ted Williams Shares His Golden Voice With Kobe Bryant (Video)

    Ted Williams, a.k.a. “The Man with the Golden Voice”, has certainly gone from rags to riches.  One week earlier he was on the streets doing whatever it takes to earn a dime.  Now he finds himself in the national spotlight after receiving hundreds of job offers and gaining millions of fans along the way. Ted […]

  • 9 Pro Athletes Who Served in the Military: A Veterans Day Tribute

    9 Pro Athletes Who Served in the Military: A Veterans Day Tribute

    No jokes or funny titles today, folks. The following is a list of some of the many professional athletes that before, after or during their careers, stepped away from the charmed life of an athlete to serve their country. Some in battle, some at home. The first nine are names you may know, the latter […]