The Detroit Tigers hosted a bunch of far less intimidating critters at their first ever Bark At The Park this evening, and a bunch of nice good doggies attended their first baseball game. Here are some of the best doggos.
I would be willing to bet a sizable amount of money that at some point during these NBA Finals, bad basketball player Matthew Dellavedova will throw a wildly inaccurate and embarrassing lob pass. It’s his signature move, after all.
N.C. State baseball coach Elliott Avent isn’t with his team for this weekend’s series agains Louisville, all because he had to fuck up a snake that bit him and his puppy.
The Cincinnati Reds held their Bark in the Park event at Tuesday’s game, and all the pups were out to watch some baseball. Like last year, some dogs stood out above the rest. Although every dog is good, these dogs were better.
There are no Canadian hockey teams in this year’s NHL playoffs, and I’m sure a lot of Canadian hockey fans are very sad about that. The good news is that I have a special message for my bummed-out friends in the north:
Capivariano FC beat Oeste 2-1 on Wednesday in some hot Campeonato Paulista action down in Brazil, but I don’t care about that and you don’t care about. What I care about and what you presumably will care about is this here furry Idiot On The Field. A Capivirano player was eventually able to befriend and remove the…
Labrador retrievers are wonderful, loving, intelligent dogs. They can do lots of people stuff, like fetch bats for a baseball team. One people skill that they are apparently pretty bad at: driving.
The Feb. 27 Villanova-Marquette men’s basketball game was graced with a halftime show featuring a small dog performing a variety of tricks. With the help of Christian Stoinev, Scooby the dog jumped through hoops, balanced on precarious spots, and rolled around on a basketball.
Look at these good tennis doggies.
There are precious few things you can count on for certain in this life. One of those: dog agility contests will always be delightful. This here’s Holster, a six-year-old Australian Shepherd. As you can see from the photo up top, he’s a very good dog who loves pets, and as you can see from the video below, he’s also a…
The Boerboel, a.k.a the South African Mastiff, is one of the biggest dog breeds in the world. Adults can top 200 pounds, and they were bred to guard farms and diamond mines down in South Africa. Look at this huge pup. His head’s the size of a dang Mini Cooper.
What a time to be alive. You can now draft your three-dog side for this Sunday’s Puppy Bowl. Choose from all the competitors listed here, and I’m going to kick your ass because my team is the best.
One day after a Senators fan asked Bobby Ryan to score a goal for puppy-related reasons, a Blue Jackets fan asked winger Cam Atkinson to score on her birthday so she could get a dog. She chose the right player.
Senators winger Bobby Ryan helped some kids totally own their dad last night.
Looking at that image up top, you might think this dog here was in a great position to make the steal. His biggest concern, you might think, is how is he going to dribble and convert on the turnover on the other end? Sadly, our canine amigo got himself exposed.
For those who wanted an opportunity to remember former MLB pitcher Paul Byrd, here’s a crucial update. Byrd’s a Fox Sports sideline reporter for the Braves, and yesterday, he did a segment in the stands while a dog ate food off his head. When the team’s 60-90, anything goes.
An Atlanta-area hot dog committed an act of cannibalism at today’s Bark in the Park event at Turner Field. You may remember a different dog at a different Bark in the Park who also wanted a hot dog. Unlike that unfortunate pup, our friend here succeeded. Good for him.
Boy, that dog looks like it could use a half-eaten hot dog—or literally any unattended food—right now. Unfortunately for the pup, its owner didn’t relinquish the snack. Sorry, dog. Eat your own chow.
The dogs were all over Marlins Park Sunday for the team’s Bark in the Park event. A couple of pooches were even interviewed. One dog named Lemon, who belonged to Fox Sports Florida reporter Jessica Blaylock, was not thrilled about Craig Minervini’s microphone in her face.