Science! Proves That Hawk Harrelson Is More Biased Than Every Other AL …

Today is probably a good day for the other sports to drop bad news. Maybe announce some NCAA sanctions, or failed steroid tests. Everything non-scabby is completely under the radar, so it would have been lucky timing for the White Sox broadcasting team to be selected as far and away the biggest homers in all of… » 9/25/12 3:40pm 9/25/12 3:40pm

Brian McCann Hit A Grand Slam Off Roy Halladay, Got Bopped In The Face …

Last night's 15-13 extra innings Braves win over the Phillies game was weird. For one, it's the second-most runs ever allowed in a game started by Roy Halladay. (The record is 17, per commenter below.) Halladay also gave up a grand slam to Atlanta's Brian McCann, the first such homer since Evan Longoria launched one… » 5/03/12 12:20pm 5/03/12 12:20pm

The Marlins Finally Hit A Home Run In Miami, And So We Got To See…

It took a few weeks, but the Miami Marlins finally have a home run in their new ballpark (thanks to Omar Infante in the first inning of today's game against Houston) which means we've gotten our first glimpse at that wonderful center field structure in action... and now we've seen it. Back to work, everyone. [Fox… » 4/15/12 1:48pm 4/15/12 1:48pm

Peter Bourjos Has Our First Inside-The-Park Homer Of The Season

The world record for fastest run around the bases is held by Evar Swanson, who did it in 13.3 seconds back in 1929. Peter Bourjos of the Angels came within a second of that tonight, and he thought he might've flied out to the warning track. Instead, Josh Willingham took a tumble and Bourjos came around in an… » 4/11/12 10:22pm 4/11/12 10:22pm

With Apologies To Jack Edwards, This Junior Hockey League Announcer Is …

After reading our post about Jack Edwards's deliciously biased Bruins coverage, reader Kenn sent us this excellent clip from a junior hockey league in Texas. In it, the announcer completely loses his shit, tries to calm himself down, and then loses his shit all over again. It sounds like he's covering a particularly… » 4/19/11 7:30pm 4/19/11 7:30pm