Presenting another hard-hitting piece of sports journalism: Package adjustments. Chris Coghlan did what every cup-wearing athlete does numerous times throughout a game by adjusting his cup and/or man parts. However, the Cubs outfielder did in such aggressive fashion during their 6-1 win over the Mets on Thursday afternoon that it’s worthy of watching on Vine
Jose Fernandez is finally back after being out the past year due to Tommy John surgery, and he’s already doing awesome things again. The Marlins ace crushed a home run off Giants pitcher Matt Cain in the game’s fifth inning. Welcome back, Jose. Top 12 Finishing Moves in Sports Photos of Eric Hosmer’s Stunning New
In a fair and just world, Alex Rodriguez would have never recorded his 3,000th hit against the Tigers on June 19th. But because it’s not, his hit happened to be a home run and his admirable career turned even more improbable right before our eyes. And in the ultimate proof that success breeds fandom and
LOVE THIS PIC OF ME N @BUCKYLASEK TODAY AT PETCO PARK SD. PRE 1st PITCH #sdinhd A photo posted by LIL JON (@liljon) on Jul 1, 2015 at 1:11pm PDT Rapper and catch-phrase artist Lil Jon was in San Diego on Wednesday to throw out the first pitch at the Padres-Mariners game. While his strut
One guy’s attempt to join the beer-chugging-foul-ball-catching baseball fans went terribly wrong but good thing there weren’t any cameras to catch his utter failures.
Add this to the list of first week experiences in Philly!! Thanks @phillies #FirstPitch #PhilliePhanatic #ThrewTheSinker @philadelphia76ers #8 A photo posted by Jahlil Okafor (@bigjah15) on Jun 30, 2015 at 5:18pm PDT Jahlil Okafor is getting to know the city of Philadelphia better now that he’s been drafted by the 76ers as evidenced by his
.@CoachJim4UM wants you to #VoteYo! Vote here: http://t.co/vifLHW6kiA pic.twitter.com/ELy19tYYHU — #VoteTigers (@tigers) June 30, 2015 Jim Harbaugh attended the Detroit Tigers game at Comerica Park on Tuesday to throw out the first pitch and he came fully prepared, bringing his baseball glove with him to the mound while he wore his signature pair of khakis.
We’re about halfway through the 2015 MLB regular season and so far it’s been nothing short of spectacular. With the All Star break just around the corner, several players stand out as award-winning candidates. Some are the same old players we expect to put up stellar numbers, while others have broken out as pleasant surprises.
Bobby Bonilla has not recorded an MLB at-bat in 14 years and he hasn’t recorded an at-bat with the Mets in 16 years, yet his 2015 salary would be the eighth-highest on New York’s 2015 payroll.
Disappointments in the sports world might cause stress, lost wages and long work weeks, but they’re one of the many items that keep fans coming back to the unpredictable and unforgiving environment.
Pablo Sandoval is known for swinging at pitches outside the strike zone, but this is just plain ridiculous. The Boston Red Sox third baseman swung at an extremely high knuckleball from R.A. Dickey and somehow managed to make contact. He grounded out, but just being able to get the bat on the ball seems like
Jason Heyward showed why his defensive prowess makes up for any struggles he might be having at the plate. The St. Louis Cardinals outfielder chased down a Kris Bryant pop-up in foul ground and made a spectacular grab that most MLB outfielders wouldn’t even bother trying to catch. Seriously, look how much ground he covers: