Fan-shot videos of awesome sports moments are always a good time, particularly the morning after the game, when all you want to do is ignore work and relive what you witnessed as many times as possible. With that in mind, here are bunch of videos of Jose Bautista’s game-winning homer, shot by Blue Jays fans.
Blue Jays fans’ brief but furious seventh-inning meltdown reached a low point when someone from the upper deck tossed a beer into the general vicinity of a baby. Toronto police have identified the alleged beer-thrower, and he will be brought to justice.
Holy shit, man! An inning after one of the wildest moments in playoff history put his team down 3-2, Blue Jays outfielder Jose Bautista came up and crushed a big-ass motherfuckin’ three-run homer. He then unleashed the greatest bat flip I have ever seen.
Game 5 of the Rangers-Blue Jays ALDS was thrown into chaos by a controversial play in the seventh inning.
The Houston Astros, who just lost Game 4 of the ALDS 9-6, were up by five runs on the Royals in the seventh inning. That’s when Texas Governor Greg Abbott decided to send a very bad tweet.
The play above was a crucial moment in today’s ALDS game between the Royals and Astros. Down 3-2 with two outs in the top of the seventh, Royals pinch runner Terrance Gore attempted to steal third base. Despite beating the throw and the tag easily, Gore was called out—not because the umpire blew the call, but because…
Most baseball fans probably don’t know much about Rougned Odor, other than the fact that he has a funny name and comes from a family full of Rougneds. The 21-year-old second baseman had a quietly good regular season, though, and it’s taken him less than a game and a half to make a splash in these playoffs. Odor has…
Does this count as dry humping or wet humping, factoring in the champagne? Either way, David Ortiz was clearly elated after the Red Sox beat the Rays in four games in the ALDS, and Koji Uehara looks happy too. Everybody's having a good time! [@CJZero]
Grant Balfour's no stranger to brawls in the ALDS sparked by profanity, and he was at the center of one again today in the ninth as he attempted to close out a win for the A's against the Tigers. Alas, Victor Martinez was going to make sure today's bottom of the ninth would be punctuated with pugilism.
Here's Rays outfielder Wil Myers, in the fourth inning of today's playoff game against the Red Sox, doing God knows what.
The Detroit Tigers just defeated the New York Yankees 3-2 in Game Five of their ALDS. Alex Rodriguez struck out swinging to end the game. Poor thing.
It's Fister vs. Nova for the right to play the Texas Rangers in the American League Championship Series. Even the names are fun. Fister. Get it?
When they came for the man (or woman) who silently drank beer through a horse mask at Miller Park, Brewers fans were not silent. In fact, they chanted "asshole" as the furry was ejected.
Your morning roundup for Oct. 2, the day we mull parole eligibility for cannibal ladies. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
Your morning roundup for Oct. 1, the day the nanny state says you're no longer allowed to legally fornicate with animals in Florida. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
Yankees fans are an arrogant breed. Twenty-seven championships tend to do that for a franchise. This is why it's so fun to ask one simple question: How many World Series rings did Don Mattingly win?
The umpires managed to not screw up the Phillies-Rockies game last night (I think), but that hasn't stopped people from continuing to talk about how horrible they are. Today's solution? Let's turn baseball into tennis!
It's been a pretty rough offseason for the men in blue, as it seems like nearly every game of the incredibly brief Division Series (plural) has had at least one horribly blown call. These umps are anything but championship caliber.