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Fan arrested for upgrading seats

The next time you're at a ballgame and are considering moving to a better section, don't. You may just end up on the wrong side of the law. 

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May 17, 2012  |  2 Comments

Michigan State AD Mark Hollis considering basketball games overseas

Rumors surfaced a while back about Michigan State athletic director Mark Hollis master-minding a basketball game between the Spartans and USC Trojans at the old Olympic Stadium in Greece.  He says that those plans are currently in a holding pattern.  But as far as an international tour, Hollis isn’t viewing it as Greece or bust. Hollis does not seem to be ruling anything out...
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May 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Meghan Hardin: First Big Break Atlantis hottie eliminated (Photos)

With many shows tapping in on 18 in the next couple weeks, Big Break Atlantis is just teeing off.  This week marked the premiere of the new season, which takes place in the Bahamas, and the tee shot was an ugly slice deep into the woods. Meghan Hardin, the youngest contestant ever on Big Break, was the first contestant hottie eliminated.  It’s a darn shame.  She hits bombs...
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May 17, 2012  |  Discuss

Rays 2B Will Rhymes collapses on the field

Tampa Bay Rays 2B Will Rhymes was hit in the forearm tonight by a  two-seam fastball from Red Sox reliever Franklin Morales.  The aftermath involved Rhymes taking his base.  As he was trying to shake off the pain from the pitch, you could read his lips saying “I’m dizzy” after being asked to be taken out. Per CBSSports: At that point, he began wobbling and then collapsed...
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May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Cutest NBA fan ever

I’ll openly admit that I’m not an NBA fan.  I think it’s a bad product, very uninteresting and run by the insane asylum.  But, if I could watch a few games with this little girl, I might just be able to get behind this. My only qualm with her is that she’s an adopted Boston fan because of her foul-mouthed father.  Even still, she’s the cutest little NBA fan ever. Warning...
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May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

CMU’s Eric Wrozek bosses up at Comerica Park

With the cats away, the kids will play.  Michigan State and Central Michigan took advantage the Tigers’ nine-game road trip by sneaking in the second annual “Clash at Comerica Park” Tuesday night.  What has become a nice highlight to both teams’ seasons, the two teams went to battle before a couple thousand fans on a perfect night in the D. And speaking of perfect, CMU...
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May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

CMU’s Erik Wrozek bosses up at Comerica Park

With the cats away, the kids will play.  Michigan State and Central Michigan took advantage the Tigers’ nine-game road trip by sneaking in the second annual “Clash at Comerica Park” Tuesday night.  What has become a nice highlight to both teams’ seasons, the two teams went to battle before a couple thousand fans on a perfect night in the D. And speaking of perfect, CMU...
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May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Canadian lacrosse game turns into a massive brawl

A Canadian lacrosse game between the Coquitlam Adanacs and the Nanaimo Timbermen turned into a heaping hodgepodge of haymakers this past Saturday.  Cayle Ratcliff of the Timbermen jumped a member of the Adanacs after Coquitlam took a 15-4 lead.  I’m not sure what sparked the onslaught, but it escalated into a time-wide soiree when players realized they weren’t playing a...
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May 16, 2012  |  Discuss

Blue Jays genius Brett Lawrie throws helmet at umpire

The quickest way to get yourself excused from the baseball field is to make contact with an umpire.  Blue Jays rookie third baseman Brett Lawrie must have had a hot date and didn’t want to stick around for the final out of Tuesday’s game.  Before this video starts, Lawrie had a 3-1 count.  Lawrie thought the next pitch was outside, so he started toward first base only to be...
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May 15, 2012  |  Discuss
NO SOULS

Junior Seau’s home burglarized

How low can you get? A report says the home of Junior Seau was burglarized not long after the former linebacker committed suicide.

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May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Brad Richards’ impressive Game 1 for the New York Rangers

New York Rangers alternate captain Brad Richards didn’t directly factor into any of the three goals the Rangers put passed Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, but he had a key night nonetheless.  Almost 21 minutes of ice time is expected at this time of year and the 14 the faceoff wins are nice.  But two $hits in one game?  That is the stuff that brings home Cups.
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May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Brian McNamee talks about injecting Roger Clemens

On Monday afternoon, former Major League Baseball trainer Brian McNamee provided details of his direct involvement in Roger Clemens steroids usage.  Clemens is on trial at U.S. District Court for lying to Congress in 2008 about his use of performance enhancing drugs. In total, McNamee said that he injected Clemens eight to ten times during the summer of 1998.  The former Blue...
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May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Gerald Laird trips, rolls and salutes the judges

Tigers catcher Gerald Laird pretty much summed up how badly the Tigers’ offense has been so far this season.  Laird laid down a sacrifice bunt in the 5th inning of Monday’s game.  And then this happened… [SBNation]
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May 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Former Michigan QB Tate Forcier signs with CFL’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats

In 2009, Tate Forcier became just the third true freshman starting quarterback at the University of Michigan.  That was then.  During his freshman year, Forcier was Mr. September leading Michigan to a 4-0 record with wins over powerhouses Eastern and Central Michigan, Indiana and lowly Notre Dame.  Amongst the Wolvie faithful, Forcier was a legit Heisman candidate. And then Tator...
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May 14, 2012  |  Discuss
KILLING GOPHERS

Jessica Jung's horrible ceremonial first pitch

The Seoul, Korea-based LG Twins brought in the wirey 23-year old right hander Jessica Jung to face some random dude who found himself in the batter’s box for the ceremonial first pitch. Jung, the Korean-American version of is supposedly best known for her work in a nine-girl group named Girls’ Generation. I’d say google it, but it isn’t worth it. Anyway, Jung certainly...
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May 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Emory University baseball team makes good commercials

When the school year ends and most students have gone home, it can get lonely as a college baseball player.  There are only so much extra soft toss you can do and so many extra ground balls you can field.  You play one or two games a week and then your normal weekend series.  Other than that, you have your daily practices, a summer class or two and chasing women. The Emory baseball...
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May 14, 2012  |  Discuss
CLASSY GESTURE

Sox replace stolen World Series ring

The Red Sox presented current Indians pitcher Derek Lowe with a replacement World Series ring from Boston's 2004 championship after the original one was stolen during a burglary in April.

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May 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Justin Verlander leaves start early with blister on his thumb.

After getting my first round of golf in for 2012, I developed two minor blisters.  They’re both on my left hand and probably could be alleviated if I wore a golf on my left (top) hand, but I find it more comfortable to go au naturale with my bare hands.  I’ve done it for years.  I did it in baseball too.  They’re actually more calluses than blisters.  They’ll probably...
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May 13, 2012  |  Discuss
NIFTY SLAPPER

Coyotes player scores from center ice

Unless you’re one of the 13 people that watched Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals between the Phoenix Coyotes and the Los Angeles Kings, you missed this little diddy. Instead of dumping the puck into the Kings’ zone, Coyotes defenseman Derek Morris decided to let one rip at the net. Kings goalie Jonathan Quick wasn’t (say it with me) quick enough. You can’t really...
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May 13, 2012  |  Discuss

South Carolina baseball players having fun with their cups

No, not those cups. That’d be junior pitcher Colby Holmes and junior infielder Christian Walker enjoying themselves on the bench.
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May 13, 2012  |  Discuss
OUT OF HAND

Nats player hurt giving high-five

Mark DeRosa is the latest MLB player to hurt himself in bizarre fashion, after an aggressive high-five from teammate Bryce Harper strained his oblique. 

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May 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Kate Upton dances in MLB Fan Cave

Kate Upton has become synonymous with dancing and we are all better people for this new phenomenon.  Recently, she was in the MLB Fan Cave dancing with two schmos named Ricky and Ricardo.  Stupid, I know, but nobody gives a rip about the dweebs. Except this time, we’re totally duped into thinking we’re about to see something totally incredibly hot. Instead, I almost choked...
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May 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Gallery: Biggest Players in Sports and their Women

I’ve always been baffed by The Players Championship in golf, which started Thursday in Florida. I thought golf was supposed to be a gentleman’s game. You know, you wear nicely pressed pants, a polo shirt buttoned to the collar, white shoes, a preppy visor and a white belt if that’s your style. But for The Players Championship, I’d expect a guy to show up sporting an Ed...
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May 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Fox Sports Detroit’s Rod Allen can’t say “Kila Ka’aihue”

Rod Allen has energizes a broadcast booth like very few do.  He has Rod-isms for days – “I see ya, (every Major League ball player)”; “Country strong”; “Go on, (whomever); “Oh Joe Mauer, I want to make passionate love to you.” But one thing he won’t be confused for is a wordsmith.  Judging by the way he pronounced the name of the Oakland A’s first baseman Kila...
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May 10, 2012  |  Discuss

Jim Leyland invites fans to second guess him

Tigers skipper Jim Leyland is known to some as the “Wizard of Woodward” and known to others as the “Wretch of Wrongness” based on the decisions he makes on a nightly basis.  Baseball managers have to make countless decisions game-in and game-out – his batting order, who will be available out of the bullpen, when to bunt, when to hit and run, when to make a pitching change...
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May 10, 2012  |  Discuss
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