Here's a little something that may or may not be eligible for our C-Roll stash, and it comes to us from those intrepid sleaze merchants over at Busted Coverage. Keep your eye on the woman in red in the video above, which was recorded just after Sunday's Pistons-Clippers game. I'm not sure who narrated this, but…
Just 45 seconds into a New England Senior Hockey League game in Hingham, Mass., on Friday, December 2nd, Rogue Squadron defenseman Zung Nguyen was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct and given a game misconduct. Nguyen's player profile page sheds more light:
You've seen the footage by now, either here, or elsewhere: a happy couple boinking away during an extended session of bleacher-seat sex while the cameraman films away. But according one tipster, the man in this classic video was a coveted MLB prospect:
Tipster Andrew sent us the above photo of the San Francisco Giants manager and added this: "Check out this screen shot of Bruce Bochy's postgame interview. Notice anything odd in the background? Is it possible the man is giving an interview while dropping a deuce?"
We led off this morning with a photo of the woman who had the misfortune of having a foul ball ricochet off her face at last night's Yankees-Orioles game. We hear she (thankfully) has not been seriously injured. But we'd like your assistance in identifying who she is. Video of the incident is above. Please direct…
Reader Derek writes in with a pressing question for the trusty, oft-Pulitzer-worthy Deadspin I-Team:
Here he is, in left field, his paw wrapped around Derek Jeter's home-run ball. Do your work, I-Team.
On March 10, 2006, the USA beat South Africa 17-0 in the first World Baseball Classic game in history to be mercy-ruled. We're interested in obtaining the telecast for the game. It was shown on an ESPN network. If you have it or can get it, let us know. It's for a little project.
I-Team, you may stand down. So many of you have written in to solve today's mystery about the young fellow who sits courtside at Chicago Bulls games.
Busy day for you guys, we recognize. But tipster Tom has written in with a pressing question:
As many Kansas City radio deejays desperately search for the couple in that photo up above, one commenter pointed us to a Craig's List posting from last week which may lead to some answers — or more questions.
Why did we include him?
The Dallas Morning News has one of those quirky-training-regimen stories today that bloom annually during NFL training camp and which usually involve yoga or interpretive dance or whatever. This one, however, is about an unprintably named tire-flipping drill. I-Team, assemble!