Video: The Finest Sports Documentary Ever Made

Today I watched a documentary by Richard Linklater about venerable Texas baseball coach Augie Garrido called, Inning By Inning: A Portrait of a Coach. Below is a small assemblage of clips from the finest piece of sports documentary filmmaking I’ve seen.

The video above, which is extremely not safe for work and inappropriate for children, was […]


Confirmed: Dugout Interviews Officially Too Nosy

On Sunday LSU head baseball coach Paul Mainieri was interviewed from the dugout during the ESPNU LSU-Vanderbilt telecast.

Dugout. Hehe.
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Video: Mississippi State Outfielder Flips Off Crowd

Mississippi State baseball player Brent Brownlee was suspended for one game by Bulldogs head coach John Cohen Monday morning after the outfielder made an obscene gesture on the field immediately following a game yesterday in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

After left fielder Brownlee caught the final out in a 5-3 MSU win over Arkansas Sunday afternoon, he directed […]


College Baseball Player: Hat Sticker During Game

Earlier today I was emailed a photo that will send a chill down the spine of baseball traditionalists.

(Let Mr. Costas help you with that.)
In the shot, Prairie View shortstop James Fontenot is shown trying to field a throw at second base during a Prairie View-Texas A&M college baseball game last Monday in College Station, […]


Terrelle Pryor Tattoo Tweet Gone From Account

Yesterday in the wake of reports that Ohio State football players may have gotten tattoos in exchange for autographs, which would likely represent an NCAA violation, Terrelle Pryor Tweeted the following:

Today, that Tweet disappeared from Pryor’s account.


Charge: Team Owner Peeped On Cheerleaders

Michelle Casady of the BRYAN-COLLEGE-STATION (TX) EAGLE reports that the co-Owner of the local Brazos Valley Bombers of the Texas Collegiate Baseball League was arrested Friday on five counts of “improper video recording” and was released from jail Saturday after posting bond of $50,000.

Five members of the team’s “Bombshells” cheerleading squad alerted the cops after […]


Video: Bryce Harper Ejected; Last College Game?

Bryce Harper, generally regarded as the top prospect for Monday’s MLB Draft, was ejected Wednesday at the Junior College World Series in Colorado after being called out on strikes.

Following a third strike signal on an 0-2 pitch by plate umpire Don Gilmore, Harper, who plays for the College of Southern Nevada, drew a line in […]


Pitcher Has Nastiest Splitter In History Of Baseball

Freshman Vanderbilt pitcher Corey Williams suffered a positively awful injury last weekend during a college baseball game between the Commodores and the University of Florida.

In the seventh inning of the Saturday game, Gators third baseman Austin Maddox rocketed a line drive back at Corey, who had come into the game as a relief pitcher.  The […]


Speed Read: Shaq To Cavs … The Dance Begins

Shaquille O’Neal is now a Cleveland Cavalier, and according to this, he found out about the trade via Twitter. So the franchise’s quest to acquire a suitable playmate for LeBron James, not to mention bring the city its first pro sports title in 45 years, seems to be serious this time. And all it cost […]


Speed Read: End Of The Road For Chris Chelios?

In case you hadn’t noticed, and after these many years it’s okay if you hadn’t, Chris Chelios has been around forever. For-eh-vur. The 47-year-old has literally spent a majority of his life as a player in the NHL, breaking into the league with Montreal during the 1983-84 season. Yeah, back when “Jump” was the hot […]