Predators fan Andrew Fudge wanted some free tickets to see his team play the Penguins in the Stanley Cup, so he entered a promo that the team was running, once before Game 3 and once before Game 4. He’s not much of a Twitter user, and it seems that he forgot about the promo shortly after entering it. That turned out…
You know where a Jedd Gyorko home run ball belongs?
Houston Astros third baseman Alex Bregman is currently batting .256 in the majors and .000 in online fan interactions. Last weekend, Bregman was apparently searching his name on Twitter, where he seemed to have found the tweets of @AllenH83. Allen was not wholly enamored by Bregman; his tame opinion was that the…
It’s the sounds these Mancunian tykes make after running up to Manchester United attacker Jesse Lingard’s car—something between wanting to laugh and wanting to cry and wanting to puke—that makes this video:
David Ferrara of the Las Vegas Review-Journal today shared the story of Thomas Randolph, recently convicted of two counts of first-degree murder for the deaths of his wife and the man he hired to kill her, who attended today’s sentencing hearing wearing a brand new Tony Romo jersey:
Old-timers from Mexican soccer giants Club América and Pumas met for an exhibition game this weekend in Southern California. Fans who showed up were not treated to a full game, but they did get to witness an all-out brawl on the field between fans of the rival clubs during halftime.
You can feel however you want about LeBron James—he’s maybe the greatest professional basketball player of all time, so some of your feelings are going to fall under the category of “wrong”—but you can only feel one way about this tattoo. It is perfect.
Anyone with internet access can figure out the NBA Draft minutes before the picks are announced on TV. Adrian Wojnarowski used to spoil the ceremony, and now the task has been seemingly taken over by Wojbomb apprentice Shams Charania. But last night, even the people at the draft were spoiling the picks loudly enough…
In the eighth inning of last night’s 6-3 Dodgers win, one Mets fan decided he could make a one-handed play on a foul ball with a baby already in the other arm. He did, I suppose, though I’m not sure the baby’s mother would agree with his decision-making.
Monday night, I wrote about the lawsuit a Packers fan had filed against the Bears. Russell Beckman, a Wisconsin resident who is also a Bears season ticket holder, is suing the team because, he claims, they prevented him from going on the field in his Packers gear.
Look at this unusually small man punking himself in the stands of today’s Blue Jays tilt against the White Sox:
This kid had his shirt signed by Penguins captain Sidney Crosby, and he was absolutely overwhelmed by the moment while being interviewed by Pittsburgh’s WTAE.
This tearfully happy nonagenarian is one Juan Osorio of Argentina. The very, very longtime (he’s 94 years old) fan of Argie club Independiente Rivadavia was overcome with emotion this weekend when the local boys doubled their lead against Argentinos Juniors in what for Independiente was a big game:
Drag yourself out of bed, depressed Predators fan. Peel your face off the pillow; blink away the light that means a new day came anyway, no matter how little you wanted it to. Let the memories of last night, and your Stanley Cup final loss, rush in. It’s all going to hurt. I’m going to show you a couple of videos…
Penguins fans celebrated last night’s Stanley Cup victory the way most fanbases do: by gathering in the streets and getting rowdy. Some fans were a little wilder than others, and by “wilder” I mean “more willing to consume mashed-up raw fish.”
It’s music to everyone’s ears to hear some enraged fan tell NBC hockey commentator Mike Milbury that he “fucking sucks.” He does fucking suck!
Baseball happened last night in Atlanta, but who has time for bats and balls when there’s a spandex-clad superhero taking on all comers in a sprint along the outfield wall:
Today’s Giants-Brewers game was interrupted in the second inning by a fan who shed his pants somewhere in the process of getting onto the field. There are only two short clips so far—which show the man already tackled by ballpark security—but there are a couple of excellent wire photos, including one beautifully…
Packers cornerback Davon House was trying to get to OTAs on Monday night when his connecting flight from Minneapolis to Green Bay was cancelled. With no more flights leaving that night and a shortage of rental cars, House found himself in a tough spot: