Red Sox slugger David Ortiz will be receiving gifts from MLB teams for his farewell season—the funniest outcome would be the Yankees giving him nothing—and Katie Nolan is hoping to add to the pile. On last night’s episode of Garbage Time, Nolan shared her plan to get Big Papi a gift while simultaneously annoying New…
The Cincinnati Reds held their Bark in the Park event at Tuesday’s game, and all the pups were out to watch some baseball. Like last year, some dogs stood out above the rest. Although every dog is good, these dogs were better.
If you use Snapchat—probably not, because you read Deadspin and are statistically most likely to be an irritable dad with a law degree—you were probably captivated by the romance of the week. Two University of Wisconsin students, “Mystery Girl” and “Vikings Fan,” noticed each other on the school’s Snapchat Story (a…
The Jaguars’ draft class needs no further analysis. A woman interviewed by a local news station has said all that needs to be said.
A.J. Pierzynski definitely moved his body in a way that was indicative of effort after Jhoulys Chacin’s pitch went by him. But none of it worked.
In between periods of Thursday’s game, a bunch of mooks in Capitals jerseys outside of the arena heckled a Penguins fan doing an on-camera interview. At least one of them yelled “You are faggots,” and “You suck cock.”
Capitals center Jay Beagle found a way to get a hockey stick stuck in his equipment on two separate occasions in Thursday’s game against the Penguins. The first was a remarkable fluke; the second was a beneficial one.
We are truly blessed that there was a time period in which many famous celebrities cashed in with poorly executed workout videos. We are even more blessed that World Wide Interweb compiled the worst celebrity workout videos it could find.
The Twins called up starting pitcher Jose Berrios on Tuesday, and as the 21-year-old met his new major-league teammates in the dugout, reliever Glen Perkins was seen in the background giving the middle finger. Though it appeared that Perkins was flipping off Berrios, the actual target wasn’t in frame.
Today’s episode of First Take began with Skip Bayless addressing the news that he’ll be leaving ESPN after the NBA Finals. Bayless, Molly Qerim, and Stephen A. Smith took a couple of minutes to reminisce about all the stupid opinions generated by the two.
The man in a San Diego Padres polo holding binoculars in the center-field wall during Sunday’s game was not stealing signs, according to a spokesperson for the team. He was a security member.
Athletics outfielder Chris Coghlan’s two-run homer in Thursday’s game bummed out one small Yankees fan. When a woman sitting next to him started to clap, he swiftly scolded her for supporting Oakland.
Millennia from now, when humanity is extinct, the winds cease, and the face of the earth is ravaged, what little remains are left of Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati will still carry one eternal sound:
Does this Clayton Kershaw pitch from today’s game even count as an eephus? It seems more like the Dodgers pitcher forgot that Tyler Flowers was already at the plate, or maybe Kershaw didn’t set himself properly on the mound and had to follow through so he didn’t hurt anything. Whatever the reason, the pitch was odd.
Nationals reliever Jonathan Papelbon has acquired a new nickname: Johnny Jonathan. MASN reporter Dan Kolko unintentionally created the moniker by making a smooth transition from the studio to the field.
Jets offensive lineman Nick Mangold was hard to miss at Tuesday’s Penguins-Rangers game. He was the guy who looked like Nick Mangold yelling at Pittsburgh’s bench.
Former Cardinals outfielder Jason Heyward made his return to St. Louis in Monday’s game with the Chicago Cubs, and the crowd soundly booed him for choosing to make money elsewhere. A serious and despicable claim quickly began to circulate: Cardinals fans supposedly went beyond booing Heyward, and called him a…
With a full count on Bryce Harper in Sunday’s game, Phillies pitcher Jeanmar Gomez threw a sinker over the plate. The Nats outfielder put that pitch straight into the damn toilet.
Marlins second baseman Dee Gordon was an absolute pest to Mets reliever Jim Henderson in Tuesday’s game. Gordon milked his eighth-inning at-bat for 16 pitches before he lifted a single into shallow left field.
It’s been just one year since season five of Game of Thrones, but it feels like forever. And there are so many fiendish details to recall, before season six begins on April 24. Who’s dead? Who’s down and out? Who’s on top? Watch our handy three-minute video recap!