What separates man from beast? Humans are weak-skinned bipeds, but our great advantage in this life is our bigass brains. We build. To engineer is human. That’s how we survived in the jungles and took over this planet. Read one way, the story of human history is a long, inexorable march towards the construction of…
The Cleveland Cavaliers took a 100-60 lead into the fourth quarter of tonight’s Eastern Conference finals game, and that’s all you need to know and all I’ll say about what’s happening on the court. Or at least with the basketball players on the court, because this bald-headed Cavs fan got into a funny little shouting…
As far as baseball fans catching objects go, Tigers fans are probably having the best season in baseball. A dude caught five foul balls in a single game last month, and while A’s fans have been good foul ball defenders all year, a jolly-looking man put the Tigers firmly in the lead this evening with this bat catch.
The Cubs, an extremely good baseball team, are currently beating the hell out of the Pittsburgh Pirates, thanks in part to a three-run dong that old man David Ross jacked in the fifth inning. Ross’s homer was nice, but what we are really here to discuss is this fan:
The Tour of the Gila is one of the hardest bike races in North America. Riders have to contend with heat, mountains, thoroughly unglamorous sleeping conditions, and, apparently, kamikaze dogs. Yesterday afternoon during stage 1, Zack Allison of Elevate Cycling crashed into a pile of riders who had fallen because a dog…
Fewer than 13,000 fans showed up to watch the A’s get rolled by the Mariners last night, but what they lacked in numbers they made up for in hustle, especially the dude laying out over a bunch of seats.
The Jaguars’ draft class needs no further analysis. A woman interviewed by a local news station has said all that needs to be said.
The Tigers lost today at home to the Pirates, thanks to Justin Verlander giving up seven runs. Tigers fans didn’t have a whole lot to cheer for today, save for a pair of dingers and this guy, Bill Dugan, who caught five foul balls. He even made an off-the-wall catch in the second inning.
It’s been unseasonably nice in the Bay Area this week. As long as the Oakland A’s keep playing in their dilapidated husk of a ballpark, tickets will stay cheap, and there aren’t many better ways to enjoy a little global warming-induced early summer than watching some baseball and enjoying a big ass beer. Like this guy…
For some reason, fans decide to film their reactions and the reactions of those around them in potentially thrilling and decisive sports moments. This is maybe not the best way to be a fan, but it does provide us with a great treasure trove of fans ripping their jerseys off and getting consoled by their dogs. That …
Little man here must live in a state of perpetual basketball disappointment: his hometown team is the New Orleans Pelicans, and he likes Carmelo Anthony. So if Carmelo Anthony is in town and he has tickets in the lower bowl, he’s going to sprint onto the court and get a hug, dadgummit.
Last night’s episode of Raw featured Roman Reigns ambushing Triple H, much to the delight of this fan seated near the ring:
Texas A&M beat Iowa State this afternoon after ending the game on a 16-4 run. Cyclones star George Niang fouled out with 15 points, but was apparently too slow getting off the court for this lil’ fan.
Stan, you really did it this time! The police and the fireman are gonna come get you! You’re being so mean to everybody!
Sometimes in this life, we must take on challenges too big, bite off more than we can chew, and fail, to grow into bigger, more fully realized people. What follows is a short story about a young Australian cricket fan, a watermelon, and testing your limits.
Oh my god this is so fun and I have two balloons and I could just FLIP OUT right now
League One (the third tier of English soccer) Barnsley are currently in the shitter, having won just four games in 14, and in position to be relegated to League Two at the end of the season. Yesterday a supporter joined them.
We like to bust on the Mets and their fans quite a bit around here, but even we can’t deny the brilliance of this small Mets fan:
The Dodgers got themselves beat by the Angels last night, losing 3-2 after Kole Calhoun’s eighth-inning double set up the game-winning run. Here is how one Dodgers fan felt about that double:
Kinda hard to argue when Pirlo’s playing like this: