We had to wait 29 years since our last playoff berth! Blue freakin’ October fever is sweeping the nation, baby!
There’s still no crying in baseball.
After Monday night’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers, a group of Cardinals fans confronted Ferguson protesters outside the stadium, some telling the Michael Brown supporters to “pull up your pants” and “remove your hat,” and one protester donned a sign saying “I am Darren Wilson.” H/T Deadspin.
Just to be clear, the Red Sox and Yankees are not options.
Keep your eye on the ball.
SPOILER ALERT: The ball actually made it to the plate.
“You’re so funny. I usually don’t think guys are funny.”
The best doggone uniform you’ll ever see.
Silver hands and sadness.
People do weird things when they want to win.
Because what isn’t better as a doughnut?
Even a lifelong Giants fan knows that watching Kershaw is an honor.
What LeBron’s really full of.
It’s “buy me some peanuts and cracker jacks,” not “buy me some manicures and gift bags.”
Kickytime! Föktrumpets! Whistlebastards!
It’s been a long time. A really, really long time.
Whoever said mascots can’t talk doesn’t speak sign language.
It can’t get any worse than this… The rapper was attempting to throw the first pitch at Tuesday’s Pirates–Mets game in New York.
The NBA’s current TV contract expires in two years, and as the only major sports league or property whose rights become available before 2020, the league is about to score a big-time payday.
So wrong. But oh so right.
Not all methods are created equal.
Michael Pineda was ejected from Wednesday’s game against the Boston Red Sox after umpires went to the mound to investigate what appeared to be pine tar. MLB announced his suspension Thursday.
Life is great without a care.
It’s so much more fun to bite your nails over RBIs than an existential crisis.
A Pittsburgh Pirates fan showed some quick thinking during Friday’s game against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Plus James Franco’s weird weirdness, 6 mistakes you’re making while applying mascara, and the Morgan Freeman GPS.
The interaction came during the Cleveland Indians home opener on Friday outside Progressive Field.
“Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.”
Timmy, why’d you have to go and make things so complicated?