Braves outfielder Jason Heyward sustained two jaw fractures when he was struck by a 90-mph fastball from Mets left-hander Jonathon Niese on Wednesday. He will undergo surgery Thursday, and is expected to miss 4-6 weeks. We wish him a speedy recovery.
Trivia Night is fun for many reasons. The questions, the drinking, the cameraderie...the drinking. But the best part of trivia is when you get to hear the team names. While you may not win every time, having the best team name can make or break your night. We've compiled 30 of the funniest, raunchiest and greatest names for you to call your next trivia team. Here they are in no particular order of awesomeness:
The meme has become a staple in modern day pop culture as one of the funnier ways to make a point and/or express an opinion. This is especially true in the world of sports, where everyone seems to have an opinion and loves to hate on their fiercest rivals. Now that the NFL season is upon us, we thought it might be fun to wrangle up some of the more comical memes as they relate to specific NFL teams. And there is no better place to start than with “America’s Team”.
Mike Gundy has a big personality and a great mullet, and he's not afraid to use them.
The Oklahoma State football coach decided to tweet a video to encourage the student body to attend an upcoming wrestling match involving the No. 1 ranked Cowboys and the No. 2 squad in the country, Penn State.
Stephen A. Smith talks all day about athletes, so you expect him to at least have a little game. Think again.
The First Take host participated in a little shoot around with Rockets star James Harden and, well, let's just say he should stick to talking about sports rather than playing them. His jumper (and form) are horrible.
College football never stops ... not even for The Price is Right.
While spinning the wheel on the popular game show, one Alabama fan couldn't hold in her excitement for her beloved team. When she got a chance to shout out to the people at home, this Crimson Tide fan had to let out a big "roll tide, roll!"
Donald Trump dominates headlines so while there are people who want sports journalists to "stick to sports," that's almost impossible. Former New York Post sportswriter, Bart Hubbuch, tweeted dates comparing Trump's inauguration date to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor.