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  • By Josh Hamburger, 1 month 4 weeks ago
    With so many great batters in the MLB, most pitchers spend countless time and effort in perfecting their craft. They understand their strengths and weaknesses, especially when it comes to facing right- and left-handed batters. Pat Venditte, however, has an answer to lefties and righties: He can pitch with both arms. The Oakland Athletics called up this one-of-a-kind pitcher today in a hope...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 month 4 weeks ago
    NBA Finals commercials have nowhere near the appeal of Super Bowl commercials. One commercial that aired during Game 1 of the finals caught everybody's eye. Kevin Durant is at the free throw line (which would've made more sense had he actually made it to the finals, or the playoffs for that matter), and he goes into a weird daydream about Sonic shakes, jolly ranchers, and other...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 month 4 weeks ago
    Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment is one of the best things on television. The "Jimmy Kimmel Live" host brought another edition of the tweets just in time for the NBA Finals. Jalen Rose, Mark Jackson, Steph Curry, Draymond Green, and others read the tweets that fans never really mean for the athletes to see. (Warning: This video may contain NSFW language.)...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 1 month 4 weeks ago
    What's better than a regular old hype video? One that incorporates Star Wars into it. Arizona is appealing to a wide range of fans with its "The Force Awakens" video. Get ready to #BearDown with the Wildcats when they open the season against UTSA. If the Wildcats' season is as good as this video, the rest of the Pac-12 may be in trouble.  Bear down.
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 4 min ago
    Forty-one years ago today in 1974, the NFL granted Seattle a team as part of the expansion process that brought the league from 26 to 28 teams. They joined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers that year in the NFL and began playing in the 1976 season.  Initially a member of the NFC in 1976, they moved to the AFC the following year, not returning back to their current position in the NFC until...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 1 hour ago
    College football season can't arrive soon enough.  South Carolina released their video called, "Anticipation" to get fans hyped for what lies ahead. They take moments from the past, present, and what they hope will be the future.  
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 hours ago
    It pays being the son of one of the greatest players in the world, and LeBron James Jr. is taking full advantage. The younger James participated in the Hype Sports Summer Jam 2015 tournament and led his team to victory, as he's seen his father do so many times. This kid dribbles, drives, passes, steals, and shoots. Being great at a little bit of everything is this kid's game. ...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 months 2 hours ago
    Motivational speeches can come from anyone. Yes, even Shia LaBeouf. The "Transformers" actor seems to be more pumped than anybody for the NBA Finals. Coming off the heels of his inspirational words just a few days ago, LaBeouf is back to help LeBron James and Stephen Curry get hype for the big game.   Maybe LaBeouf needs to get out on the court too.
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 3 hours ago
    Blackhawks right winger Kris Versteeg wasn’t even supposed to be playing in game one of the Stanley Cup Finals. On Monday he had his first child, and he hadn’t played since Game 3 of the Conference Finals on May 21. However, left-winger Bryan Bickell was sidelined with an upper body injury that freed up a spot for Versteeg. In the second period, Vertseeg was fighting...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 months 4 hours ago
    Down 6-1 in the sixth inning, Cubs right fielder Junior Lake blasted a home run deep to left field. Filling in for an injured Jorge Soler, the unassuming batter flipped his bat a bit much and trotted around the bases to collect his run.  However, as he rounded third and headed for home, he glared over at the Marlins dugout and brought his finger to his mouth, indicating...

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