The Tigers are comfortably ahead of the Oakland A’s this evening in Detroit thanks to Miguel Cabrera knocking in a pair of dingers off Kendall Graveman. In the sixth inning, Tigers center fielder Tyler Collins missed an easy fly ball by a few feet after he lost it in the lights, and Tigers fans were none too happy…
In an undeniably cool move, Anthony Booker of Iowa State flipped off the camera after being assessed a flagrant foul and taken out of today's game against West Virginia. It would have been cooler if he was apathetically rolling his eyes, or wearing sunglasses, or smoking a cigarette—or all three—but except for maybe
ESPN opted to feature a middle-finger wielding drummer on its Soccernet homepage this afternoon. It accompanied a tease to a story about Arsenal and its fans realizing their dream of an English Premier League title this season died off the 90th minute head of Bolton's Tamir Cohen.
Rick Chandler believes he's discovered the first ballplayer—perhaps the first person—to ever give the finger to the camera during a group photo. Meet Charles "Old Hoss" Radbourn, the first guy to ever be That Guy. [OutOfBounds]
Unfortunately, that grumpy coot just happens to be the owner of the Tennessee Titans and his affinity for the ol' double deuce is now immortalized on YouTube. If you have hands, feel free to nervously wring them.