As defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh gets ready for free agency, billboards are now popping up, hounding him for ... liking money? I'm not sure exactly what's going on, here. Maybe it's one of those statements where your takeaway is what you want it to be. Is it Banksy?
The Kansas City Royals are decent at this advertising thing. Last season, they put up James Shields pitching to Salvador Perez over two billboards, with the ball seemingly ripping the background. This year, outfielder Alex Gordon's sliding across the billboard, collecting everything in his path. If only they were this…
Remember this: for how awful and dumb the Knicks were last night, they were still better than the Bucks. There's not a lot of short-term hope in Milwaukee, so some concerned fans have paid for a billboard that would seem to emphasize lottery balls over basketballs.
Some people might wait until Week Two to write off their professional football team's chances of a successful season. Jesse Oaks and his seven friends are not those people.
It was through tipster Len G.'s "newest favorite billboard in New Orleans" that we met da Gonorrhea BREAKER, da Crabs ASSASSIN, da Chlamydia CRUSHER, da HIV Awareness ENFORCER, Lady STD KILLA, da Condom FATHER, da Trich TERMINATOR, da Syphilis ELIMINATOR, da Herpes HIT WOMAN and da HPV SLAPPER.
Starting tomorrow, sketches of these two men will appear on billboards around Los Angeles. They are wanted in connection with the beating of Bryan Stow in the parking lot after a Giants game. Stow "is basically gone," his mother said this week.
We get the Pujols one; division rival, comes to Wrigley 10 times a year. But it's somewhat telling that the giant billboard, with room for the two biggest reasons to buy Cubs tickets, chooses Starlin Castro and Derek Jeter (in town for a lone interleague series).
The Little Sisters of the Poor apparently have enough money to put up billboards around Columbus, congratulating TCU on their Rose Bowl win. Take that, drivers of Central Ohio!