Fireman Ed: The Last Superfan

Maybe you know that Bruce Harper wore number 42 for the New York Jets from 1977 to 1984 and that he is the all-time leader in punt return yardage in Jets history. It's more likely, however, that you know that Fireman Ed wore number 42. He didn't back Joe Namath or Wesley Walker or Curtis Martin. The Jets' most famous… » 12/02/12 12:00pm 12/02/12 12:00pm

Drunk 9/11 Hippie Girl Speaks Out: "I Wanted To Make A Tribute"

On Tuesday, we brought you the tale of a Phillies superfan that one tipster dubbed "Drunk 9/11 Hippie Girl," a moniker based on (a) her presumed level of intoxication, (b) her unwavering patriotism, and (c) her obvious predilection for wearing headbands and bracelets and expressive body paint. After our initial story,… » 9/13/12 9:50pm 9/13/12 9:50pm

The Girl With The OKC Thunder Tattoo Wants To Bear Kendrick Perkins's…

Here, Priscilla and Ashley discuss, or at least make reference to, the Mavericks/Thunder series, manners, personal space(s), sweat flavor, stalking Awful Joey Crawford and whether inking prevents pregnancy, while Priscilla or Ashley gets "Thunder Up!" and "Rise Together" tattoos added to her inner-thigh canvass. » 6/29/11 10:15pm 6/29/11 10:15pm

Why Your Fans Are Weird: The Bunny Man Of Yankee Stadium

We've seen the Bunny Man at enough Yankee games over the years to know he's got season tickets, and the felt rabbit handpuppet is doing his thing 100 percent of the time. Throughout the entire game the bunny sits on his lap, watching the game—he moves the puppet's head to follow the action on the field. It's… » 6/27/11 1:50pm 6/27/11 1:50pm

Freddy Sez: Chill The Hell Out

Much wailing and gnashing of teeth on Thursday by certain commenters over my lack of knowledge on Freddy Schulman, the rickety, meshugga gentleman who haunts Yankee games with a frying pan, a teaspoon and odd, colorful signage. For pinstripe fans, it must have seemed as if I were insulting an eccentric old uncle. So… » 7/18/08 2:15pm 7/18/08 2:15pm