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  • By Jesica Parsley, 1 week 5 days ago
    Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado was all over the field against the San Diego Padres. He made a couple of amazing defensive plays, including one in the seventh to save two runs: Your browser does not support iframes. At the plate, Arenado added two hits, a run and an RBI. But something happened while the ball was not in play that got people laughing. Arenado's belt broke in...
  • By Rich McVey, 2 weeks 6 days ago
    The next time you're at a Boston Red Sox game, keep an eye out for the guy in the blue and red shirt. While his intensions may be pure, his exuberant reactions resulted in havoc for his fellow fans. We're guessing this was his checklist:1. Do not actually help player.2. Knock phone from girl's hand.3. Knock beer onto girl's face. Mission accomplished! 
  • By Braden Gall, 3 weeks 18 hours ago
  • By Jesica Parsley, 3 weeks 18 hours ago
    Cubs' left-hander Jon Lester had not thrown a pickoff to first base since April 30, 2013. And after last night's attempt, we may know why. Check out this video to see Lester's second attempt sail into the outfield: Your browser does not support iframes.Lester attempted his first and second pickoff throws to first since 2013 against the Reds on Monday night. The one that...
  • By Athlon Sports, 3 weeks 5 days ago
    Getting together with your buddies (or strangers) for a night of poker can be a lot of fun. But it’s considerably more enjoyable when you’re staring down at a huge stack of chips at the end of the night. To elevate your game, we asked World Series of Poker (WSOP) Hall of Famer Phil Hellmuth — winner of 13 WSOP bracelets — to teach us how to dominate at his favorite parlor...
  • By Jesica Parsley, 3 weeks 5 days ago
    Prince Fielder has a history of belly flops on the baseball field. Remember the 2013 Tigers vs. Red Sox ALCS game?  And Fielder had another interesting moment this week, as he attempted to make a foul territory catch for the Rangers in the fifth inning against the Athletics. The result was another belly flop: To make things worse, the Rangers lost 10-0. But let's remember...
  • By Athlon Sports, 3 weeks 6 days ago
    Tiger Woods has suffered an alarming litany of injuries, to the point that we have to wonder whether he’ll ever be truly 100% healthy again. As he prepares for this year’s Masters, we look back on the “break down” of this iconic athlete.  (Click image to enlarge)
  • By Nathan Rush, 4 weeks 18 hours ago
    “For when the One Great Scorer comes to mark against your name, / He writes — not that you won or lost — but how you played the Game,” Grantland Rice famously wrote in his 1908 poem, “Alumnus Football.”Not everyone in sports has lived by those words, obviously. With that mind, we look back at the 25 biggest bullies in sports history:25. Richie IncognitoA...
  • By Rob Doster, 4 weeks 18 hours ago
    It's one of the great traditions of Masters week: the Tuesday night Champions Dinner, where the defending champ gets to pick the cuisine for everyone — although not everyone has to eat it, as diners are free to order from the menu. Defending champion Bubba Watson seems like a grilled steak and potatoes kind of guy, although several of his predecessors obviously aren't. Giving...
  • By Jesica Parsley, 1 month 1 week ago
    Michael Pagano asked Sarah Kardonsky to prom, but she already had a date. Pagano has autism and is a big Jets fan. Kardonsky explained the situation to her previous date, and she decided she wanted to ask Pagano in a special way. Kardonsky reached out the Jets with the story, and this is what she got. Watch what happened when Pagano sees the video:Congrats @michaelpagano_ @sahdonsky...

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