The Yankees today invited four members of the 2007 Super Bowl-winning New York Giants—David Tyree, Shaun O’Hara, Antonio Pearce, and Jeff Feagles—to throw out ceremonial first pitches at today’s home game against the Orioles. Guess what those four assholes didn’t do? They didn’t throw out first pitches!
One of the best things about baseball is that every game brings the chance to see something that has never happened before during the 100-plus years that the game has been played professionally in this country. This also means that each game brings a chance to see a player get tortured in new and inventive ways.
Please remember that the only reason Brock Osweiler is currently on the Browns’ roster is because the Texans were so desperate to be rid of him that they gave Cleveland a second-round pick for absorbing Osweiler’s $16 million salary this season. Also remember that Browns GM Sashi Brown was most excited about getting…
The highlight of the 2016-17 Rams’ season was former head coach Jeff Fisher struggling to find his challenge flag in the pockets of his big coat. Now, thanks to Amazon’s All Or Nothing, we can relive the moment with full, on-field audio:
You’re familiar with Allen Iverson, but you may not be familiar with Post Malone, a rapper whose first hit single is called “White Iverson.” Last night, Malone and Iverson met for what appears to be the first time, which was big news for Malone’s fanbase, which I assume mostly consists of dirtbag white teens who annoy…
The Pontiac Silverdome used to be the home of the Bad Boys, Barry Sanders, and Wrestlemania. Now it hosts ruin and some illegal Volkswagens. Here’s a video of some people who went there to hit golf balls, because reality television.
The Cleveland Browns hosted a career fair last weekend that, in keeping with the Browns’ reputation, did not actually offer many jobs, and left multiple paid attendees feeling cheated.
The NFL has been dealing with low television ratings all season, and people have all sorts of theories about why that is. One theory that the NFL itself seems to buy into is that the league isn’t doing enough to appeal to meme enthusiasts, because I can’t imagine why else this commercial was created:
Broncos linebacker DeMarcus Ware returned home from Monday night’s game against the Houston Texans to discover that his house had been burglarized. Ware was understandably upset, but was also comforted by the fact that his house was equipped with hidden cameras.
Tiger Woods is still too old and fucked up to play golf, but he is capable of serving as a vice captain for the United States’ Ryder Cup team. Somebody forgot to tell Tiger that vice captains aren’t allowed to be in the team photo:
Giannis Antetokounmpo is a 21-year-old who just signed a $100 million contract, so you can imagine why he might have been feeling a little giddy heading into NBA media day. He was feeling so good, in fact, that he began his session with reporters by firing off a joke that would have made even the lamest dad in the…
I don’t watch American Ninja Warrior all that often, but every time I do I find myself enjoying it far more than I expected. Last night, NBC aired Week 1 of the National Finals, and it was a rad time. Bunches of seasoned competitors were undone by a particularly difficult course, and Jessie Graff became the first…
Ilia Zakharov won the gold medal in the 3m springboard event at the 2012 Olympics. He made it all the way to the semi-finals at this year’s games, and that’s where his quest to win back-to-back golds went very wrong.
It’s Wimbledon, man. Everyone’s excited. I’m excited, you’re excited, and so is this line judge who wants to get the pre-match juices flowing with a few well-struck fist bumps:
Randy, welcome to the Steph Curry Ruined My Life support group. Why don’t you grab a coffee and a donut and have a seat next to Paul Allen.
You ready for some grim baseball, my friends? Then let me tell you about Steve Delabar, the Reds reliever who walked four straight batters with the bases loaded last night.
This one-on-one game, which Patrick Beverley decided to dominate, is like that scene in Rushmore where Bill Murray blocks the shit out of that kid, but for five minutes straight.
The Philadelphia Sixers invite you to enjoy the “scrap, hustle, drives, step-backs, and spirit” that define T.J. McConnell, a rookie point guard who averaged six points and 4.5 assists in 19 minutes per game this season, and starred in the grimmest of all 76er anecdotes.
Robert Horry, whose career scoring average is equal to the number of championship rings he has, did Tracy McGrady very dirty on today’s episode of The Jump.
You know that sickly feeling you get you’re watching a particularly violent scene in a horror movie that just goes on for way too long? That’s how watching Ernie Els seven-putt his way to a sextuple bogey on the first hole of the Masters will make you feel.