DON'T YOU DARE
After the Rangers defeated the Seattle Mariners last night by the score of 5-2, the players were celebrating in the middle of the field and it appears that infielder Elvis Andrus decided to have some fun teammate Adrian Beltre. Watch as Elvis touches the head of Beltre with his glove and causes the Rangers third baseman to throw his glove at him: (Courtesy of CBS Sports)
For those of you who have been watching the NBA playoffs, you have probably already seen this McDonald's commercial featuring ESPN's Stephen A. Smith debating LeBron James love of a certain popular chicken-based food.
For the rest of you, please enjoy Stephen A. screaming about McNuggets:
(Courtesy of Awful Announcing)
If you happen to be looking for something uplifting on this Friday morning, let us present to you this video from the fine folks over at MLB Fan Cave of Yankees second baseman Robinson Cano meeting a young fan with Leukemia.
Check out 13-year-old Nick D'Annibale who got the chance to meet one of his favorite players and play a little stick ball with him:
Yesterday, Arizona head football coach Rich Rodriguez celebrated his 49th birthday and he got a special surprise at the University of Arizona's athletic offices.
The fine folks with the Pueblo High School Mariachis surprised coach Rodriguez with a special performance and he seemed generally touched by it:
It's not often that you get to see an NFL defensive lineman on a zamboni but back on Thursday, Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh got that chance.
During a stoppage of play in game four of the Western Conference Semifinals between Detroit Red Wings/Chicago Blackhawks, Suh got his chance to the ride the ice smoothing device:
"I'd keep away from Zamboni Suh...
We all have bad days at the office but the only difference for Major League Baseball players is that their bad days are shown to millions of viewers.
During Thursday's Baltimore Orioles/Toronto Blue Jays, Toronto pitcher Brandon Morrow left play in the eighth inning after giving back-to-back home runs.
As you can tell from the below video, Morrow took out his frustrations...
As previously noted on Outside the Boxscore, we love a good videobomb or two during player interviews and it appears that the University of Cincinnati's baseball team has made into an art form.
Check out the below compilation video which features some of the best videobombs from their past season:
(Courtesy of SB Nation)
Last night, Baltimore Orioles outfielder Nate McClouth pulled off possibly one of the better catches of the 2013 MLB season against the Toronto Blue Jays.
It happened in the sixth inning of play as Nate dove into the stands at the Rogers Centre to make a diving catch.
As you might figure the Toronto fans weren't exactly appreciative of Nate's effort and one fan in the...
As the New York Rangers won game four against the Boston Bruins to stay alive in their playoff series, the Rangers got a gift goal in the second period as Bruins goaltender Tuuka Rask lost his balance.
Watch as New York's Carl Hagelin gets the goal as Rask falls on his behind before the shot is even attempted:
Under most circumstances, Pittsburgh Pirates outfielder Andrew McCutchen is getting asked questions by reporters but in the below video clip, Andrew is the one doing the asking.
Check out his interview of famous celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain:
GRIP IT AND RIP IT
It's not often that you see Major League Baseball players hitting baseballs at a driving range but it appears that the Toronto Blue Jays did just that. As part of a video for the MLB Fan Cave, Blue Jays sluggers Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion went to Chelsea Pier driving range to hit some long balls: Your browser does not support iframes.
In terms of silly soccer celebrations, this one by Mario Gjurovski of Muangthong United F.C is an all-timer.
After scoring a goal against in a Thai Premier League match, Mario decided to celebrate his goal by taking off his shorts and putting them on his head.
The referee calling the match didn't exactly approve of the celebration and Mario earned a red card for his lewd celebration:
Most of the time when you think of an O.J. Simpson tattoo, I would assume it would be of his playing days with the Buffalo Bills.
However, one unique Bills fan decided to get a tattoo of Simpson infamous mugshot from the 1994 murder case of Ron Goldman/Nicole Simpson:
That's a pretty damn impressive tattoo to say the least....
(Courtesy of Eye on Football)
As previously noted on Outside the Boxscore, we love to see fans make incredible catches of foul balls and home runs.
During Wednesday's Braves/Twins game, a home run by Atlanta outfielder B.J. Upton off of Twins pitcher Vince Worley gave one fan a chance to make a nice catch with his hat:
(Courtesy of Bloguin)
For those of you wondering what former NFL wide receiver Plaxico Burress is up to these days, it appears that he is getting into the luxury sock business.
Burress who has lent his name to a brand new luxury hosiery business called "The Buress Collection" and the fine folks over at New York Times have the full details:
The hosiery will retail for $24 or more a pair...
There are few great sports movies like "Rocky" and thanks to the Boxing Hall Of Fame, this rare footage of actors Sylvester Stallone and Carl Weathers practicing choreography has come to light.
Check out both Sly and Carl practice one of the most notable fight scenes in movie history:
(Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)
There will be a familiar face to NFL fans driving the pace car at this weekend's 2013 Indianapolis 500 and that face will be San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.
Harbaugh will be driving a 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and below is snippet of what Jim had to say about the unique honor:
''Really excited. I was really excited just even being considered...
There are many heart-breaking ways to lose a sporting event and this moment from the South Carolina's 4A high school state soccer championship will break your a heart a little bit.
The match was between Irmo High School and Lexington High School and after two overtimes, the championship has yet to be decided. The match would end in penalty kicks and it came down to Irmo&...
As previously noted on Outside the Boxscore, former Boston Red Sox slugger Manny Ramirez is currently playing professional baseball in China with the EDA Lions.
In another classic moment of "Manny being Manny", watch as Ramirez fouls off a pitch during an at-bat and "moon walks" backwards due the momentum of his swing:
Now we know, "Manny Can Moonwalk".
Seriously, who throws dentures?
Apparently, one soccer fan of the Argentine soccer club "Argentinos Juniors" decided to throw his false teeth onto the field during a recent 3-1 loss:
Must resist urge to make tooth joke....
(Courtesy of Sports Grid)
Sometimes we are asked to do things at leaps and bounds which appears to be the perfect segway to this clip from a division one high school playoff baseball game.
Watch as Sean Nicholson of Franklin High School scores the second run of a double by teammate Nick Frei by leaping over the catcher of Davis High School:
(Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)
One of the great things about marriage is that you have someone that you can share moments for the rest of your life.
Back on Sunday, one Chicago Cubs fan was attempting to catch a home run ball in the bleachers and accidentally spilled some beer on his wife sitting next to him.
After the first beer was spilled, the man's wife got revenge and she spilled her beer on him...
Looking for the catch of the weekend? We here at Outside the Boxscore have it for you to view over and over again.
It happened during the Arizona Diamondbacks/Miami Marlins game as a bunt by Marlins infielder Adeiny Hechavarria got popped into the air and Diamondbacks catcher Miguel Montero appeared ready to make the play.
As he went to snag it, the ball bounced off of Montero...
As previously noted on Outside the Boxscore, fans will pretty much do anything for a home run ball and one Pittsburgh Pirates fan proved that last week.
The fan's name was Bobby Zappala and he got a little wet trying to track down a Pedro Alvarez home run ball that landed in the Allegheny river:
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Kudos to you Bobby, your dive was...
Let this be a lesson to all of the people who think getting a homemade tattoo is a good idea because most of the time, it isn't.
Check out this homemade tattoo done by a Steelers fan with an almost mistake:
(Courtesy of The Big Lead)