The Drake and Meek Mill feud reached a new high when Drake dropped his “Back to Back” freestyle diss track early on Wednesday morning. However, while Drake’s evisceration of Meek Mill would have been good enough on its own, the Canadian rapper also included a sly and subtle sports dig at Mill with the track’s
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
Asdrubal Cabrera stepped up to the plate during Tuesday night’s Rays-Blue Jays game at the bottom of the eighth, with the score knotted up at 2-2. He then proceeded to hit a home run toward right field, seemingly earmarked for the head of a small child. But no fear, there was a father nearby, and
Add Jose Bautista to the list of people comparing this new St. Louis Cardinals scandal to the New England Patriots. The Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI for allegedly hacking player personnel data in the Houston Astros’ database. This, of course, immediately reminded everyone of the deflategate issue that continues to surround the Patriots.
Look who just showed up at @Rogers_Centre ! @SnoopDogg pic.twitter.com/UgoS0n6koE — #VoteBlueJays (@BlueJays) June 9, 2015 Rapper, actor and fan of many, many sports teams Snoop Dogg threw out the first pitch at Tuesday’s Blue Jays game against the Miami Marlins.
Is this real life? pic.twitter.com/cDBydRtV8P — MLB GIFS (@MLBGIFs) April 16, 2015 Poor Tim Beckham was likely fairly confident that he had just smacked a home run over the left field wall during the seventh inning of the Rays’ game against the Blue Jays. Unfortunately for Beckham, Kevin Pillar had other ideas. The leftfielder made
The Toronto Blue Jays acquired third baseman Josh Donaldson from the Athletics last week in a trade that was borderline shocking to the baseball world.
Your browser does not support iframes. We’ve seen MLB players get pretty terrified by thunder before, but I don’t think I’ve ever see it happen while a game is being played inside a dome. Until now, of course. During Melky Cabrera’s 3rd inning at-bat in the Rays-Blue Jays game at Tropicana Field last night, a
Jose Reyes of the Toronto Blue Jays whipped out one of the oddest and unappealing hairstyles you will ever see during their game in Chicago on Sunday. Check out the Dennis Rodman lovechild tagging a ride on the back of his head. Granted, he did record three hits to bump his average to .293, but
Your browser does not support iframes. Although this sequence during last night’s Mariners-Blue Jays game in Seattle was 100% staged, it was still pretty amusing to watch. Mariner Moose challenges the Blue Jays fan (who, in actuality, was probably someone who works for the M’s) to a water gun duel but things escalate pretty quickly
Fair or unfair, legacy is always defined by championships and with 27 World Series titles, the New York Yankees have left hundreds of players with a favorable legacy. The argument for and against a particular player’s impact on titles will be forever debated and forever pointless. There is no denying Derek Jeter’s on and off-the-field
Melky Cabrera had quite the night against the Red Sox in Boston last night. Not only did Cabrera belt two home runs and knock in five runs, but his second homer was absolutely obliterated completely out of Fenway Park. The ball finally came down in the parking lot just beyond the Green Monster in left