An observant reader has alerted us to the existence of Kelly Tripucka’s 1986-87 Fleer basketball card, which certainly appears to feature a bit of Tripucka’s sac.
Did you witness a fight at the Stanley Cup Final game last night, near sections 218-220? If you did, tell us about it.
On Tuesday, in front of a small crowd at Arthur Ashe Stadium, the inconsistent Serbian Ana Ivanoivc had an early lead on Victoria Azarenka in the fourth round at the U.S. Open. At the end of a 14-shot rally late in the first set, Ivanovic slapped a weak forehand into the net.
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Deadspin I-Team, assemble.
Last night's Warriors-Spurs double-OT thriller was exciting, but many fans at home struggled to fully integrate themselves into the game experience thanks to a shrill Spurs fan whose voice came through loud and clear on TNT's broadcast.
OK, these guys have now become way too internet famous to not be identified. We must know who they are. How did they afford those seats? Are they brothers, or just bros? Did they wear matching t-shirts to the game and buy matching jerseys to wear over them?
The picture above was sent to us by a tipster shortly after the conclusion of last night's Bills-Dolphins game. That appears to be the NFL Network's Michael Irvin attempting to enter the stands, and he doesn't look too happy. Here is what our tipster had to say about the photo:
Yesterday we brought you the story of Kyna Treacy, the woman on whom Alex Rodriguez was allegedly macking during Game 1 of the ALCS. The New York Post reported on Tuesday that A-Rod, after being pulled from the game, spied Treacy and a friend in the stands and "had a ball boy toss the young women a baseball inscribed…
Back when I was going to school in the early 1990s, watching College GameDay was one of the highlights of my week. It still remains a rare diamond in the ESPN shitpile, left relatively unchanged since the early days of Chris, Lee, and Kirk (adding Desmond Howard to the mix was bullshit). But the show was at its…
The top of the fifth inning of tonight's Yankees-Twins bout in Minneapolis was extra-spicy for Yankee fans viewing on WWOR (or on MLB Network's simulcast) as a voice seemed to interrupt Jayson Nix's at bat to talk about "play-in games" and someone or something being "fucking hot."
James, as you may already know, is Rupert Murdoch's youngest son. He also is entangled in that whole phone-hacking mess in London.
In the closing moments of last night's Game Four, the camera found a curious-looking fellow in the pricey seats wearing a long-sleeved t-shirt, sunglasses, and with a fat stogie in his mouth. It's the second time this week we've highlighted a Cigar Guy, and this one (who bears an uncanny resemblance to WFAN's Mike…
Phillies center fielder Shane Victorino puts on an annual fashion show to raise money for his foundation, which seems like a pretty neat thing to do. There are models, glitz, glamour, and a lot of Phillies players dressed up in fancy clothes. What a time!
SNY went justifiably nuts after Johan Santana pitched the Mets' first no-hitter, and the team's flagship network took advantage of the occasion to interview various Mets players about the feat. So here's a clip of their interview with pitcher R.A. Dickey, during which an unidentified dong emerges around the time…
Earlier today, we gleefully shared with you a compendium of photos of a blotto Patrick Kane. He was having good, clean fun at Saturday's Mifflin Street block party in Madison, or so we thought, anyway. We've since heard some things that don't reflect so well on Kaner. If you were at the Kollege Klub on Saturday, and…
We just received the following email from a reader who wants to be called Biscuit:
Bold flavors. Power moves. Chest beefers. A thousand beers, you guys. If any of those references are familiar to you, then you're probably one of the over 52,000 people who follow the DadBoner Twitter feed, which is probably the best Twitter feed ever written by an imaginary middle-aged Michigan man who is separated…