As part of its unofficial campaign to introduce more Cop Vibes to every level of the game, Major League Baseball has been on a crusade against experimental cleat designs this year, and has already issued warnings of potential fines to a number of players. According to Yahoo Sports, though, the league and MLBPA have…
Today is the start of Players’ Weekend, a new MLB initiative designed to let players have a little bit of fun and express themselves in a league that so often tries to stifle those things. Players have picked nicknames to display on the back of their jersey—for one weekend, baseball will be graced by the likes of…
Good news for you, valued NFL customer! After a string of long, pizza-less nights, and after a handful of forced interrogations with acceptably polite NFL players, and after Jerry Jones probably ordered him around for a bit, commissioner Roger Goodell would like you to know that the league has decided to reinstate the…
The New York Yankees will retire former shortstop Derek Jeter’s number on May 14, finally making him a True Yankee. MLB has built up to this ceremony by introducing the Jeet 16, a bracket of Jeter’s finest moments.
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.
While the Spurs were in New York for a Jan. 11 game against the Nets, coach Gregg Popovich apparently nabbed a ticket to Hamilton. Another audience member got the evidence by taking a photo with Popovich, who looked absolutely delighted in his beatnik sweater.
The FA Cup is well underway, but how well do you know the participating clubs? Take this quiz and find out.
Here we have Oklahoma City Thunder benchwarmer Jeremy Lamb demonstrating that being an end-of-the-rotation NBA player is one of the best gigs in America.
One of my favorite things that happens in the NBA is when a talented team reaches a point where every guy, from the stars to the benchwarmers, begins to understand just how damn good they have it. The Golden State Warriors, currently sporting a 30-5 record, are squarely in that zone.
Ernie, Kenny, and Shaq start their own mini-Stomp performance, having a ball as an unimpressed Chuck observes silently. Unlike everyone else, he is not entertained.