Last year, we held the second annual Deadspin Awards, a follow-up to the first annual Deadspin Awards. On Dec. 5, we’re going to host the third annual Deadspin Awards. Can you believe it?
This toilet has vexed me for the last two days.
Last night was the Deadspin Awards. It was fun! A lot of fun. Maybe too much fun for a Tuesday. This morning, I have been keeping a running list of when the writers and editors of this site first demonstrated that they survived the open bar and post-show karaoke. It’s been pretty grim.
The Deadspin Awards are this month, and we need our readers to decide the winners of these prestigious honors. Today, we ask you to help us determine the answer to an important question: What is the worst stadium scam of them all?
Last year, we held the first annual Deadspin Awards, a bad awards show celebrating the worst (and a few of the best) things in sports. The show featured us packing far too many people into a small and poorly air-conditioned venue, and exactly one celebrity cameo. This year, we are happy to announce that the second…
Daniel Radcliffe is among the luminaries taking part in tonight’s Deadspin Awards, as the Swiss Army Man actor presented the nominees and winners of “Worst Tweet.”
The Deadspin Awards are in July—keep your eyes on this space to see how you can win tickets to the event—and we need our readers to decide the winners of these prestigious honors. Today, we ask you to vote on one of the most important of all questions: Who is the worst mascot of all?
Sports awards are bad; sports awards shows are worse; the Deadspin Awards will be bad in their own way, but at least, and definitely, fun.