The Baseball Hall of Fame traditionally airs a “highlight reel” of its inductees at the annual ceremony before the newly enshrined deliver an address to those in attendance. We found yesterday’s tribute film to former commissioner Bud Selig to be a bit lacking, so we produced a more honest version.
Julie Ertz’s 89th-minute goal capped a massive late comeback for the U.S. women’s national team as they beat Brazil 4-3 in a Tournament of Nations match that saw them down 3-1 with less than ten minutes remaining.
Just days after it happened in the Inter Milan-Chelsea match, another astonishing own goal golazo happened today in Austria as Eibar’s José Ángel Valdés hammered home what proved to be the only goal of his side’s friendly against Schalke—one that looked so impressively like a purposeful shot that the chyron operator…
Today’s men’s singles final at the German Open in Hamburg suffered a bit of an inverted-umbrella delay, and pity the poor Körperklaus who was tasked with trying to resolve it.
Jon Jones reclaimed the UFC light heavyweight title with a third-round TKO over rival Daniel Cormier in one of the promotion’s most anticipated matchups ever.
Stone Cold! Stone Cold! Stone Cold!
Kemar Lawrence’s free kick left Mexican keeper Jose Corona dumbfounded as the 88th-minute goal put the New York Red Bull and his Jamaica side past Mexico and into a Gold Cup final matchup with the United States.
The Brickyard 400 started five hours, 44 minutes ago. It’s still going on—an hour ago, there were just ten laps to go—because these dumb fuckers can’t stop wrecking their goddamned cars.
It’s late July and the White Sox are dutifully maintaining their position at the bottom of the American League. In other bottom-related news, here’s your White Sox announcing crew discussing hemorrhoids during the sixth inning of today’s matchup in Kansas City—one the team lost on a walk-off double to Brandon Moss.
England overcame Jenny Gunn dropping what should have been the match’s final out when Anya Shrubsole bowled out India’s Rajeshwari Gayakwad to claim the women’s cricket World Cup.
Today Ice Cube continued the Wrigley Field tradition of rappers performing “Take Me Out To The Ballgame” in an ear-splittingly bad manner. How bad was it, ma’am?
Hector Villalba blasted a long-range, 86th-minute goal that proved to be the winner as Atlanta United beat Orlando City in a match that saw the visitors place a taunting billboard in central Florida, only to see that billboard defaced by Orlando City supporters.
Tim Fedewa’s dropped sandwich led NASCAR to revoke the Kevin Harvick spotter’s credentials during practice for tomorrow’s Brickyard 400 at Indianapolis.
You don’t have to pick a side between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Conor McGregor. Floyd’s an unapologetic abuser of women and the Internal Revenue Service, while Conor is a racist dipshit. Last week’s circus of publicity stunts rightfully damaged both parties’ reputations, but another one, curiously, has emerged…
All-Star Game starter Max Scherzer was hot on the Fox mic during his scoreless first inning—and, given his expressive vocalizing, maybe just plain hot. *GRUNT*