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A minor leaguer made an incredible rolling catch and got hilariously dizzy

Thursday, August 31st, 2017:

Diving catches are pretty cool. They happen a decent enough amount that they aren’t amazing to see or anything, but pretty cool regardless. (Oh who are we kidding? Diving catches are super cool to see whenever they happen and everyone needs to stop being so cynical all the time.) There he is, hair hidden by […]   Read More →

Brandon Kintzler was in the middle of feeding a rhino when he got traded

Monday, August 28th, 2017:

Trade deadline day, and the weekend before, are handled differently by each player. Some may think a lot about the chance that they might be moving to a different city, some may track what radio hosts are speculating for their future, and some may find ways to ignore the conversation going on about their team […]   Read More →

Braves’ Freddie Freeman demonstrated the CORRECT way to inhale sunflower seeds

Saturday, August 26th, 2017:

Freddie Freeman is batting .316 this season — but as far as I’m concerned, he’s batting 1.000 in the sunflower seed department. Just look at this technique he used before Tuesday’s game against the Dodgers: Amazing. Finally, someone is bringing the danger back to eating sunflower seeds. It’s become so safe and boring these days […]   Read More →

Derek Jeter’s group is the new owners of the Marlins, per reports

Thursday, August 24th, 2017:

After a months-long bidding process, multiple interested parties, and a seesaw of odds as far as who the victorious group would be in the end, the Miami Marlins finally have a deal for new ownership. Current owner Jeffrey Loria has reportedly agreed to sell the team for $1.2 billion to the New York-based group of […]   Read More →

Nick Markakis hits his 2,000th career hit against the Dodgers

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017:

With a relatively innocuous opposite field single during the fourth inning of Thursday’s Braves game, Nick Markakis hit his 2,000th career hit. Because he’s Nick Markakis, it’s only right that such an achievement would come on a single. It’s not the type of injury that happens in baseball often, and definitely not one that usually […]   Read More →

NFL’s 17 most underpaid players in 2017 (for now)

Sunday, August 20th, 2017:

It’s good to be young and successful in the NFL — until a player is not paid what he’s actually worth to his team. The nature of the league’s rookie wage scale and initial contracts aren’t exactly player friendly, especially when said player well outperforms his draft Cheap Youth NHL Jerseys status. From draft class […]   Read More →

Jay Cutler’s best quotes from his Dolphins introductory press conference

Friday, August 18th, 2017:

Jay Cutler isn’t really known for his colorful personality, but maybe moving to Miami can help with that. The Dolphins’ newest quarterback had a few zingers and memorable comments during his introductory press conference on Monday, as well as a couple “typical Jay Cutler” moments. Here are some of his best (and goofiest) quotes. On […]   Read More →

Byron Leftwich to call Cardinals plays against Raiders

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017:

Bruce Arians clearly has no problem delegating authority. The Cardinals coach has been the team’s primary offensive play caller since he was hired in 2013. He turned play-calling duties over to offensive coordinator Harold Goodwin in last Thursday’s Hall of Fame Game. When the Cardinals take on the Raiders Saturday, they will have a new […]   Read More →

Todd Bowles to Sheldon Richardson: Stop the ‘BS’ about Brandon Marshall

Monday, August 14th, 2017:

Todd Bowles wants Sheldon Richardson to talk about his current teammates and stop the chatter about a certain former Jets player. Richardson said Monday former Jets receiver Brandon Marshall quit on the team during a 5-11 season last year and referred to the now-Giants receiver as a drama queen. The Jets head coach said Tuesday […]   Read More →

Matt Stafford ready to lead Lions in breakthrough 2017 season

Saturday, August 12th, 2017:

Detroit running back Theo Riddick doesn’t mince words when it comes to Matt Stafford’s importance to the Lions. “He is the captain of our ship,” Riddick said after a Sunday practice at Lions headquarters. “We’ll go as far as he’s going to take us.” Based on how Stafford looks in the preseason, the Lions have […]   Read More →

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