You think you're sick of hearing about A-Rod now? You haven't seen anything yet. Selena Roberts' book A-Rod is set to be released tomorrow and the media outrage machine is just getting warmed up.
Of the many and varied sporting events that take place daily across the nation, the last one at which I'd expect a brawl to break out would probably be a college softball game. Preconception: shattered.
Everyone knows the real fun of the Kentucky Derby happens in the stands and infield, not on the track. See the shenanigans you missed out on after the jump.
Maybe I'm still a little irked with Boston after last night's Celtics win, but I think a picture of Dustin Pedroia getting pegged in the nuts would bring a smile to my face any day.
There can't be that many people watching ESPNU at 3:17AM, but on Saturday there was at least one, and he got a little surprise while hunting for a late-night sports fix (very NSFW).
New Orleans is certainly a wild and wacky place, but that doesn't mean you can go around waving your junk at women in public willy-nilly, even if you're a member of the New Orleans Saints.
I don't know jack about Buddhism or karma or any of that noise, but I do know that the Dalai Lama wearing a Patriots hat can't be good for the natural order of things.
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Every new year brings with it a new technological fad. This year's big story, in case you hadn't heard, is Twitter (remember to follow @Jalopnik and @RayWert). For some, Twitter is an incredibly useful way to stay networked with contacts, current events, and friends. For Ashton Kutcher, it's a way to cement his status…
The 2008-09 Cleveland Cavaliers have earned a reputation as being not only an excellent basketball team but also a loose, fun-loving crew. This fun apparently includes drawing fake tattoos on each others' backs.
John Daly quit drinking (again) and got lapband surgery. All that you know is at an end. Did I mention he's at Augusta, selling his worldly possessions out of an RV? Of course he is.
The final deadline to purchase tickets for Deadspin's Chicago Pants Party on May 23 is next Friday. If you've been procrastinating, it's time to buy. Follow the link for details and tickets. [Pants Party Details]
Yesterday, Dashiell noticed an unfortunate NASCAR commercial running during ESPN's coverage of Nick Adenhart. The general consensus was to give the WWL a pass. Today, however, no dice. What the hell is wrong with ESPN.com?
Lost amid yesterday's shock over Angels pitcher Nick Adenhart's sudden death was the fact that two other people lost their lives in the wreckage. They weren't as famous, but their deaths are no less significant.