A minor league baseball team wasted no time in arranging a whole night dedicated to trolling the Patriots over Deflate-Gate.
Dodgers’ star Yasiel Puig recently turned 24 years old, and he just did what any other normal 24 year-old would do and purchased himself a $1.8 million mansion.
If you’re one of the many, many lucky women who’s had sex with Yankees legend Derek Jeter, you’re probably in possession of one of those infamous gift baskets he gives his hookups after he sends them on their way the next morning. If you’re not lucky enough to be one of the chosen many, however,
Roy Halladay went to some sort of amusement park this weekend and, while he was there, he spotted a fan wearing his Phillies shirt. However, that guy didn’t spot Roy, but it didn’t prevent Halladay from snapping a hilarious photo with the oblivious fan.
I will not be a distraction #lmao #iwillnotbeadistraction A photo posted by @yasielpuig (@yasielpuig) on Jan 8, 2015 at 7:13pm PST Yasiel Puig posted this cartoon to his Instagram on Thursday with the caption “I will not be a distraction #lmao #iwillnotbeadistraction.”
Unsurprisingly, this batch of baseball cards from the 1870s ended up being the most valuable sports memorabilia valuation in Antiques Roadshow history.
Curt Schilling received nowhere near the 75 percent of votes required to be elected to the Hall of Fame and the former pitcher has an idea why.
Randy Johnson may be most well-known for how he towered over the mound and scared the living daylights out of all those who had to face his fastball but he also has a love for photography which rivals the passion that he had for baseball.
This year’s Baseball Hall of Fame inductees were just announced and Pedro Martinez will be enshrined in a class that also includes Randy Johnson, John Smoltz, and Craig Biggio. In addition to his 219 wins, 3,154 strikeouts, three Cy Young awards, and one World Series ring, Pedro also takes with him a legacy of being
Retirement has not been kind to Ken Griffey Jr. pic.twitter.com/uLVY4ZUKCk — Dr. Suck It (@OrangePuck) December 31, 2014 From the “Where Are They Now” department, we head to the Fiesta Bowl in Arizona where former baseball superstar Ken Griffey Jr. has now taken up sports photography as a post-career hobby.
In a small but heart-warming Christmas-sized miracle, the mystery of Dodgers legendary broadcaster Vin Scully’s lost World Series ring has been solved.
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.