Is this a thing? I’ve seen little dust devils pop up and die out in dry areas from time to time in my life, but are huge dirt tornados like this, which formed in the middle of a college softball game between Lynchburg and Bridgewater last weekend, like, normal?
It’s taken a couple hundred years for people to figure out what to do about the bunt, maybe the least aesthetically pleasing display of “athleticism” in the major sports, but this Pennsylvanian high schooler has shown us the way forward:
A former Kent State softball player is suing the university and its former softball coach, Karen Linder, accusing Linder of pressuring the player to cover up her rape allegation against the coach’s son. When Lauren Kesterson did report the rape, Linder resigned but used her influence among former and current softball…
The Little League Softball World Series has erupted in controversy after a team from Snohomish, Washington threw its game against a North Carolina squad, allegedly to knock out a tough Central Iowa All-Stars team from the tournament.
This guy’s name is Renaud Lefort, and he’s a member of Montreal’s Les 4 Chevaliers, which is apparently the Harlem Globetrotters of the softball world. That feels weird as hell to type, but, anyway, look at this backwards homer.
I would like you to meet the Stinkmitts, a beer-league softball team from Toronto that really understands how to get the most out of social media. Throughout the 2015 season, which the Stinkmitts appear to be dominating, the team has been running its Instagram account as if it was in the big leagues. It’s wonderful.
A second former softball player has sued St. Joseph’s University and its softball team coach, Terri Adams, saying she was forced to endure hazing and was threatened when members of the team believed she was the source of a media report about it. The lawsuit was filed earlier this month in federal court, 16 days after …
This voicemail recording comes to us from a reader who got himself involved in some drama at a recreational softball game. According to our tipster, he received this voicemail from a teammate after asking said teammate to move from third base to outfield after committing a bunch of errors.
Hey, um, I don’t think you are allowed to do that, evil softball catcher! You definitely aren’t allowed to do that twice!
A former softball player at St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia has sued the school in federal court, alleging that she was forced to drink, simulate sex, and was mocked for her sexual orientation as part the team’s hazing. The former player, who filed Monday as Jane Doe, says in her complaint she was “often…
Let’s go ahead and make one thing abundantly clear: you do not have to be good at any sport to play on your company sports team. In fact, you can actually just be straight-up bad. That said, if your company is playing softball this summer, you should participate. It will be fun! Just be ready to play your part.
Last night, Gawker's softball team—Gawker Softball: Presented by Max Read—played Thrillist at Randall's Island, which has dozens upon dozens of perfectly manicured baseball fields that smell faintly of raw sewage. Or maybe that stench was just our team. We lost 33-5.
If you've ever wanted to see Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers in short shorts, high socks, and a wig, well, drink it all in.
This is one of the weirdest plays you're going to see for awhile.
We admire the effort here—the ballplayer-tied-to-a-roasting-spit videobomb is one that comes with a high degree of difficulty, and these ladies' execution is solid—but a good videobomb is one that enters the frame unexpectedly and unannounced. The magic is lost when everyone at home can see the pre-bombing prep work.
Michigan outfielder Lindsay Doyle snagged a line drive at the wall to preserve a 5-4 Wolverines win over Arizona State last night at the NCAA softball regionals in Tempe.
Lookit the dog! What a happy dog. He really wants that glove. No wait, there's a better glove over there. Take that glove and run! Run free in the grass! Play with the people! They are all your best friends.