The Reds held their Bark at the Park event for Tuesday’s game. A bunch of dogs showed up. Let’s highlight three good dogs. »
Bryce Harper is on such a tear right now—with a .467 on-base percentage and .734 slugging percentage—that the Nationals outfielder’s flyouts turn into home runs, like the one he hit Tuesday night against the Cubs. Or, maybe Harper was angry that he didn’t hit the ball farther. He’s just always at full speed, man. »
Back in February, Sports Illustrated had a neat cover story on slugger Giancarlo Stanton, his injury last season, and the Miami Marlins’ new strategy of not fielding an embarrassing team. For a minute, the article really convinced the reader that owner Jeffrey Loria cared about his franchise. Stanton even gave a… »
Andrew McCutchen’s had a slow start to the season with a .310 OBP and a weak .348 slugging percentage. After a fruitless at-bat in the fourth inning of Sunday’s game against the Cardinals, the Pirates outfielder performed a short ritual in the dugout in an attempt to ward off the lineout demons. Baseball players keep… »
Starlin Castro messed around with teammate Kris Bryant on a routine grounder in last night’s game. The shortstop pretended to field the ground ball behind Bryant, who actually fielded it. Aw, they’re in perfect harmony. Castro actually confused first baseman Anthony Rizzo for a second, there. »
The joke here doesn’t need to be deeply explained, does it? Inside Amy Schumer pulled off a clever Friday Night Lights parody last night in which the archetypal conflict between coach and town involved allowing the high school football players to rape. The laughs don’t come at the expense of the victims, which is why… »
New video footage reveals more about January’s bar fight involving Eastern Kentucky lineman Colton Scurry and Kentucky football players . Not only did Scurry initiate the fight, but later that night, a different EKU player punched a Kentucky quarterback in the head in a dorm lobby on EKU’s campus.
David Ortiz took a second to mess with a couple of his former teammates, as the Yankees clobbered the Red Sox last night. Big Papi wiggled his fingers at Stephen Drew and called out to Jacoby Ellsbury with a “Hey, rich bitch!”—likely a reference to the 7-year, $153 million contract that lured Ellsbury to New York.
We only have one more game of the Oilers this NHL season—Saturday at 10 p.m. against the Canucks, if you’re a fan of sadness—so let’s send them off with a highlight. Here is a legitimately positive feat done by a member of the Edmonton Oilers from Thursday night’s game. This is not a joke. »
Englishman Danny Willett had an opportunity to earn an eagle on the par-5 13th hole at the Masters today, and he converted it with a perfect, extremely long putt. Willett read the green perfectly. »
Game of Thrones is a sadistically complicated show, and if you haven't watched or thought about it in a year, you've probably forgotten everything that happened last season. Where's Arya? Where's Jaime? Where's Bran? (A tree.) Our video will answer your geographical, narrative, and existential questions about the… »
Rob Gronkowski—the answer to the question "What if an EDM track somehow learned how to play football?"—is in Miami, shirtless and twerking. Do you need to know anything else? »
As Rajai Davis was talking to Fox Sports Detroit during today's Marlins-Tigers game, a player wandered into the frame, waved at the camera, sat down, and smooched a gal before the two left. The reader who gave us the heads-up believes it was Joe Nathan, and it sure looks like him. »