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Wisdom and Links: What I Did On My Unplanned Vacation

Well, I’m back. Miss me? I mean, it’s been awhile. Haven’t had one of these since before the draft. You know, issues with my computer, Shawn had issues with his computer, stuff like that. So, uhh…what’d I miss? The Draft Happened Yeah, I mentioned that already. And, remember those people with interesting, awesome or unfortunate names? A lot of them got drafted! Kyle Funkhouser...
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June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Lisa Ann Takes in Mets Game with Famed Ballhawk

Ever since Lisa Ann showed up courtside at a New York Knicks game on the arm of (or was it the other way around?) Notre Dame wideout Justin Brent, folks have wondered where the former porn star was going to pop up next. Well…wonder no more. Tuesday night, Lisa Ann was at Citi Field alongside famed ballhawk Zack Hample to watch the New York Mets square off against the Toronto Blue...
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June 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Keith Hernandez is Still Getting Seinfeld Money

Keith Hernandez had no aspirations of becoming an actor when he was approached to appear on a February 1992 episode of “Seinfeld”. The former National League MVP had never heard of the show and he did it, naturally, for the money. “I had no idea what it was about or anything,” the current New York Mets broadcaster said in a 2007 interview. “But he said, ‘They’ll fly...
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June 16, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Pornstar to Try Her Hand at Ballhawking

Baseball has a unique habit of creating the strangest of bedfellows. But this latest pairing is an odd couple not even Neil Simon could explain. Remember @zack_hample The Author of the Book that taught me everything i now LOVE about Baseball? We are catching a Mets Game next week! — Lisa Ann (@thereallisaann) June 9, 2015 Former pornstar (and sometimes Sarah Palin lookalike...
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June 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Barack Obama Meets the Nationals Racing Presidents

Barack Obama has only tweeted 31 times, which, if you’re counting, is about 31 tweets too many or a gajillion-and-a-half tweets too few depending on which side of the proverbial aisle you reside. Suffice it to say, when the President DOES tweet…he makes them count. I challenged them to a race. pic.twitter.com/FpEUTnYgoD — President Obama (@POTUS) June 12, 2015 Thursday,...
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June 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Nationals Draft Mariano Rivera’s Kid

For the second time in as many years, the son of legendary closer Mariano Rivera heard his name called on Draft Day. But unlike last year, when the Iona College pitcher was selected by the New York Yankees in the 29th Round, Mariano Rivera III was taken much earlier. With their 4th round selection (134th overall), the #Nats select Mariano Rivera Jr. (RHP, Iona College, NY). —...
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June 10, 2015  |  Discuss

St. Louis Plays Host to “World’s Tiniest Parade”

It’s been nearly 65 years since Bill Veeck sent the pint-sized Eddie Gaedel to the plate to pinch-hit for Frank Saucier, but on Monday, the 3’7” baseball player once again took center stage in the Gateway City. Enter Tiny Bar…a 250-square-foot establishment smack dab in the heart of downtown St. Louis. Opened just two weeks, the folks from Tiny Bar held the “world’s tiniest...
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June 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: Great Draft Names, Links and why dinger is an awesome word

The following are actual names in the 2015 MLB Draft – they might not all get drafted, but they all are good enough where they are on MLB’s draft tracker page: Peyton Attaway (CF, Jones County JC) Matt Barefoot (LHP, Midway HS [NC]) Kirby Bellow (LHP, Texas) Skye Bolt (CF, UNC) – Winner of the Edward Nigma Clearly-The-Name-Of-A-Comic-Book-Character Award Hunter Bowling (LHP...
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June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Marlins Man and Rudy Giuliani Enjoy a Game

I think I’m finally getting to the point where I can’t tell if this is one of the coolest things out there or, well…the complete opposite of cool. Ever since Laurence Leavy (aka “Marlins Man”) infiltrated our television screens during last year’s World Series, he’s, seemingly, made it his point to soak up every millisecond of his fifteen minutes of fame. From NBA games...
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June 06, 2015  |  Discuss

Jose Canseco Apologizes to Mark McGwire via Poem

Ethan and Laurence over at slowclapworthy.com have created a “sports bucket list” and, recently, they got to cross another item off of it. They got Jose Canseco to apologize to Mark McGwire (among others) via a poem. And the results are glorious. The post Jose Canseco Apologizes to Mark McGwire via Poem appeared first on Hall of Very Good.
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June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Talkin’ Baseball with Ben Ancheff

When Ben Ancheff took the mound during the NAIA World Series last Friday…Twitter broke.  But it wasn’t because of the St. Thomas University pitcher’s blazing fastball or his penchant for striking out opponents, it was because of his size. Whoever says “Pitchers aren’t athletes” obviously haven’t seen St. Thomas’ Ben Ancheff in NAIA WS. @SportsCenter pic.twitter...
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June 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Post-apocalyptic Fenway Park Featured in Video Game

Wednesday, the popular video game “Fallout” released the trailer for its fourth installment, cleverly titled “Fallout 4″. Now, I don’t know anything about video games, but I’m a sucker for those that take place in the “real world”…and that’s why this thing appealed to me.  From the USS Constitution to the Massachusetts State House to, even, a statue of Paul Revere…all...
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June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Torii Hunter Apparently Blacked Out After Fenway Park Tumble

It’s been nearly 20 months since Torii Hunter tumbled into the Boston Red Sox bullpen and instantly became an internet meme. Tuesday, the Minnesota Twins outfielder was back at Fenway Park, the scene of the 2013 American League Championship Series, talking about the play and how it almost ended his stellar career. “For six to eight months, I was hurt,” Hunter told The Pioneer...
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June 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

Wisdom and Links: The Importance of the Black Sox Scandal, College Baseball is underrated…and LINKS!

Despite not having much of an interest in Soccer outside of World Cups, I couldn’t help but be fascinated by the rampant corruption indictments last week that hit FIFA. And it got me to thinking a bit about the Black Sox. And I’ve come to this revelation: The Black Sox scandal may well be the most important thing in the history of American Sports that doesn’t involve race ...
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June 02, 2015  |  Discuss

“Griller Park” is Awesome

It’s an idea so simple, so ingenious…that I can’t believe it took this long for someone to come up with it. Meet “Griller Park”. Yes, I know it’s an inanimate object (more specifically…it’s a charcoal grill designed to look like Miller Park, the home of the Milwaukee Brewers), but it deserved your utmost attention. The grill’s designer? 27-year-old Matt Tyler, an...
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May 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Jose Canseco Claims Vegas Casino is Cheating; is Heading Back to the Diamond

Jose Canseco has made a lot of wild claims over the years. Some have been true. Some have been false. And most of them have been more than a little out there. Saturday night, the beleaguered onetime big leaguer hit the Twitters and took aim at Binions Gambling Hall in Las Vegas…claiming their cards were marked. And while no one is ever going to confuse the former American League...
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May 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Stephen Curry Pops Up on Giants Kiss Cam

With the NBA Finals not starting until Thursday, Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has some time to kill. So, Friday night, the league’s Most Valuable Player loaded up the family and took a trip across the Bay to check out the San Francisco Giants take on the Atlanta Braves. Sitting with his mom and dad (Charlotte Hornets all-time leading scorer, Dell Curry), Curry was greeted...
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May 31, 2015  |  Discuss
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