Big Fan follows an obsessive fan who meets his favorite player in a strip club and ends up having to choose between his loyalty and the law. These days, it's a scenario that most NFL fans can relate to.
For the 21st time in major league history, a pair of brothers will face each other on the mound tonight. Jeff and Jered Weaver will fight for family bragging rights as the Dodgers play the Angels in Anaheim.
The Manning brothers were at Irving Plaza last night rocking out to some Better Than Ezra with the normal folks. Unlike normal folks, they did it in matching bad-ass blazers.
With Giants Stadium scheduled to be torn down next year, authorities could have the opportunity to see if Jimmy Hoffa really is buried under the turf. Turns out they don't plan on finding out.
Travis Henry just may surpass Jason Caffey in their "who can have more illegitimate children" contest. A Florida woman is claiming that Henry is the father of her 18 month-old twins.
A slumping Alex Rodriguez has been pulled from the Yankees line-up for "fatigue". Hitting .145 for the month and going 0-for-15 is exhausting. [Roto Arcade]
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Attorney scores a settlement from the A's after a lawsuit claiming gender discrimination for not getting a breast cancer hat on Mother's Day. Expect upcoming lawsuits against Curves, gynecologists, and child birth. [NBC Philadelphia]
The Rockets gave the middle finger to all the skeptics by beating the Lakers 99-87 in Yao Ming's absence. The series heads back to LA on Tuesday tied at two games a piece.
Those crazy MLB.com fact checkers are sleeping again. And thanks to Deadspin's astute readers, we have today's moment of sensitivity.
For the first time in Triple Crown history, the jockey who won the Kentucky Derby may be riding a different horse in the Preakness.
Two more sports have been hit by positive drug tests. Shockingly, one of them isn't cycling.
MLB is breaking out pink bats again in honor of Mother's Day and to support breast cancer awareness. To promote early screening, doctors will be giving a lifetime of free mammograms to Arod and Manny.