Articles By Rich Mcvey
Now this is a baseball fan. During a recent Cincinnati Reds game at the Great American Ball Park, this die-hard fan was spotted sporting a color-coordinated mohawk while taking in the action. No word on why he didn't dye his arm and back hair red.
Sure, anybody can make amazing basketball shots in a game of HORSE with a basketball. But how about trying it with a Frisbee like trick shot artist Brodie Smith does? Go on, try it.
During last night's MLB All-Star Game, Prince Fielder managed to reach third base. No, we're serious. He chugged his way around the bases like a fat gazelle, punctuating his effort with a head-first slide into third. No word on whether he required oxygen afterward.
The reaction from players?
So...uh...maybe I should be watching the Tour de France.
This is exactly why I don't race cars. That, and I don't have a race car. During a race this past Saturday in Winston-Salem, N.C., driver Mike Robertson was angry at race winner Derek Stolz for bumping him. In retaliation, Robertson did the only logical thing: he hopped out of his car and went to confront Stolz during his victory lap. The result is that Robertson went for a ride on the side of Stolz's car until he was flung into a wall. Reports are that Robertson was uninjured.
Singer Carly Rae Jepsen was asked to throw the ceremonial first pitch before the Tampa Bay Rays’ game against the Houston Astros this past weekend. The result? Well, it was terrible. Bad. Horrific. If the catcher was 50 feet closer and had a fishing net, he still wouldn't have hauled this one in. In other words, if you tried to throw out a worse first pitch, you couldn't do it. Well, probably. You be the judge.
Blue Jays' shortstop Munenori Kawasaki has been known to bust a move from time to time. Here's a look at his latest dance moves, to the delight of his teammates. Best part? The high-five at the end.
This guy loves baseball a lot more than you do. A LOT more than you do.
The Biebs meets THE CUP!!! pic.twitter.com/oh4AvDbYbT— Peter Hassen (@PJHASSEN) July 10, 2013
Apparently the Stanley Cup will pose with anyone these days. Peter Hassen, Sr. Director of Market Development and Community Affairs for the Chicago Blackhaws, tweeted out this picture of Justin Bieber (aka The Biebs) with the Stanley Cup.
If you listen carefully, you can hear hockey fans sobbing in the background.
Two things… 1. This guy loves him some Ohio State and America. 2. Why?
Taiwanese animators are at it again, recreating this amazingly lifelike look at how former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez may have committed several murders. We had no idea a rocket launcher and Cotton Candy Bubblicious gum were involved.