Four Days in October is an ESPN 30 for 30 series film that first aired in 2010. It aired again yesterday, in slightly edited format, and dopey Red Sox fans teamed up with dopey conservatives to form a coalition of derp in protesting what they believed to be a conspiracy against recently fired analyst Curt Schilling.
Oh my. This is almost more than I can handle. The sign, the camouflage hat, the shit-eating grin. Look upon the face of Red Sox Nation, America, and weep.
From pink hats to cowboy hats: The Red Sox marketing arm teams up with the Professional Bull Riders Association. [Fast Company]
"Kournikova's career remains a prominent example of how sports, sex and celebrity congeal into the oleo that is entertainment in Deadspin Nation. This is a natural marriage dating to the days of the original Olympic Games, when competitors — all men — competed nude." Well, that makes perfect sen... what??
Boston Red Sox' left fielder Manny Ramirez once again showed off his goofball side during yesterday's shellacking of the Minnesota Twins, to the head-shaking delight of ManRam fans everywhere, after he took some time away from concentrating on baseball to eat up some overtime minutes.
In case you missed this in our early-morning video montage, a reminder that the Red Sox and their fans are secure with their recent championships, and do not begrudge other up-and-coming teams a little success of their own.
We start off your work week with a shocking, disturbing video that proves that American-Sino relations are potentially in the worst state since the Red Scare. We've got people over there on their Great Wall ... converting people the Red Sox Nation.
And...we're off. Welcome to today's first plummet into non-newsworthy despicability intended for the sole purpose of making your work day more amusing.
"Meet The Press" host Tim Russert, shown here interviewing one of the mothers of Travis Henry's children, has himself a new gig this morning: He's hosting a "President Of Red Sox Nation" debate.
We do not speak the language of Red Sox Nation. We do not dislike the Red Sox, or their fans, and we do not think the city of Boston is racist. We love Boston! We just don't understand the Red Sox Nation thing; it just scares us. That said, many of our best friends are Red Sox fans, and they're at least slightly…