Red Sox Prospect Left Tix For Erin Andrews Every Day For 3 Years

Apparently legit Red Sox prospect Daniel Nava is a big Erin Andrews fan and has long employed a seemingly futile scheme to try her. The Boston AAA prospect leaves a ticket for Andrews at each Pawtucket Red Sox game.

(From Red Sox AAA minor league announcer Dan Hoard)
Backstory from a recent blog entry by […]


The Bigger Beauty Contest: Miss America Or MLB?

Remember that delightful helmet David Wright of the New York Mets wore last year? Of course you do.

The helmet is designed to protect a batter from a 100-mph fastball, along with re-entry through the earth’s atmosphere.
Thanks to the Major League Baseball players union, the monstrosity, called the S100 by Rawlings, is not standard issue. Though, […]


Photos: Victim Of Alleged Brutal Attack By Pitcher

Craig Malisow of the HOUSTON PRESS reports:

(Alleged attacker Broadway (left) and McGuire have not been charged)
A former relief pitcher for the Chicago White Sox and New York Mets has been sued for allegedly assaulting a Woodlands man during a New Year’s Eve party in Dallas.
Randy Sorrels, attorney for 25-year-old Ivan Pinney, said his client’s left […]


Majority Of Georgians Polled Want All-White Hoops

The ABC-TV affiliate in Augusta (WJBF) and the Fox-TV affiliate in Atlanta (WAGA) had the unfortunate idea to run polls about the proposed latent homosexual all-white basketball league by Don “Moose” Lewis.

(Think he’ll spend the evening alone?)
The Atlanta TV poll asked viewers: “Do you think Lewis’ all-white professional basketball league is racist?” 54% responded, […]


Or See Latent Homosexual Basketball Association

Billy Byler of the AUGUSTA CHRONICLE has what seems like a harmless press release about the formation of a basketball minor league:

(Literalists, go no further.)
The All-American Basketball Alliance announced in a news release Sunday evening that it intends to start its inaugural season in June and hopes Augusta will be one of 12 cities with […]


Terry Bowden To Rebowdenize D-I NCAA Football?

If you hadn’t been paying close attention - and we don’t blame you if you hadn’t - Terry Bowden ain’t dead yet, #*%$#@!! Terry was the first member of the vaunted Bobby Bowden family tree to be unceremoniously dismissed from D-I in 1998; brother Jeff left his post as FSU OC during the 2006 season, […]


Semi-Pro Player Crushes Ref In Face With Helmet

Usually, we don’t do stories about semi-pro football unless something amazing happens. And by “amazing,” of course, we mean “awful, inhumane, and bloody,” which is precisely what we have here: a referee taking a helmet square in the face.

(The good news is, he’ll be okay, so all “smashmouth football” jokes are totally in play.)
As - […]


Phil Cuzzi Was Once Fired As Minor League Ump!

Ed Price at AOL Fanhouse reports this weekend that Phil Cuzzi, the umpire who botched the Joe Mauer fly ball call that may have cost the Twins a win in Game 2 of the ALDS, was previously fired from professional umpiring after he failed to impress supervisors during call-ups from the minor leagues.

(And you thought […]


SbB@3: More Cheap Seats For Your Cheap Dates

Howdy, folks. It’s been a week since we last brought you the cheapest seats on STUBHUB.COM that we could find, and rest assured that we haven’t rested in our search to bring you live event entertainment. Because why sit at home with your family/pets/silverware when you can actually go to a game, get slaughtered on […]


The Final Tally: 1,948 Burgers, 9,350,400 Calories

As we mentioned over the course of the season, the hit concession item of the season had to be the West Michigan Whitecaps’ “Fifth Third Burger,” a four-pound behemoth that clocks in at nearly 5,000 calories. It’s good for you, though. Just, um, take our word on that and eat it. Do it.

(Can I get […]