One of the most under-appreciated aspects of baseball is a well-executed bat flip after a big hit. While it might piss off the whitey-tighty-wearing baseball purists, it’s a total boss move and one that is always an easy way to earn style points.
It doesn’t matter how much money or time a professional sports team sinks into their stadium, the fans will always, always, ALWAYS find a way to complain about something.
It’s the year 2015 and nobody still has any clue what the hell they’re doing at the gym.
Yasiel Puig has become one of baseball’s most beloved players not only due to his extremely impressive skill set, but also because of his showmanship and the emotional theatrics he brings to the game.
With the bases loaded and one out in the seventh inning of a two-run game, Washington Nationals reliever Blake Treinen had one of the more embarrassing fielding sequences you’re ever going to see.
Indians pitcher Carlos Carrasco was the victim of an extremely scary incident in Cleveland on Tuesday night when he took a line drive to the face off the bat of Chicago’s Melky Cabrera in the first inning.
Stirrups – an under-utilized tribute to baseball’s glorious past – are awesome as hell, but the reason behind Twins rookie J.R. Graham wearing them might be even more awesome.
As part of their promotional tour for ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ the cast of the upcoming film recently stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live to play a game of Family Feud.
If you’re a baseball player who needs bunting advice, you should probably avoid consulting Rays rookie first baseman Allan Dykstra. It will most likely end poorly for you and your beautiful mug.
Your browser does not support iframes. Friday night’s Triple-A game between the Columbus Clippers and Indianapolis Indians featured a sneaky hidden ball trick, which left pretty much everyone in attendance – including the game’s broadcasters – extremely befuddled.
I’m not sure about you, but playing a game of ‘Truth or Drink’ featuring a lot of sexually-focused questions with my parents seems like a really horrible way to get drunk super fast. And also a way to scar myself for life. No thank you.
So, this was an interesting thing that happened on the latest episode of Katie Nolan’s “Garbage Time” over the weekend. Nolan, a Fox Sports employee, absolutely shredded an article posted on Outkick The Coverage, one of the blogs under the Fox Sports dot com’s umbrella, about “How to Land a Husband at The Masters.”