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Friday, February 23rd, 2018

Evan Longoria and BJ Upton nearly brawl in the Tampa Bay Rays dugout, after Longoria calls out Upton for lolligagging on a ball hit to deep center field. Longoria went about it the right way and Upton then freaked out, which probably means that Longoria was right to call him on it. The Rays are […]

Memo to Ty Lawson: you need some work on your skills. Not so much on the basketball court — Lawson is a good player for the Nuggets. But a way to a girl’s heart isn’t by tweeting to her that you would like to take her to bed. That’s crass, bro. Lamar Odom and Miles […]

Straight from Mom’s basement…the best of the sports blogosphere…we call it “Bloggination Domination” Awesome Blackhawks rally photo essay from Ricky at TUP [Tremendous Upside Potential] MEOW! Catfight video from the Blackhawks Stanley Cup rally [Chicago Sports Mob] Cubs fan has the worst haircut ever. Even though the artwork done was impressive [Midwest Sports Fans] Hawks […]

This is a downright shame. Chicago celebrated the Blackhawks win of the Stanley Cup with class and order. But sometimes it’s all about numbers. There were just too many people on hand for the big rally and when police tried to clear the streets, one Chicago officer on an ATV accidentally ran over one of […]

Hey TMZ, we know you’re a bit new to the sports game, but c’mon!

Major League Baseball is like most old, cemented corporations: slow to act, wary of change and quicksand-stuck in its ways. What a shame. MLB had a chance to climb out of the cave when Jim Joyce’s egregious error nullified Armando Galarraga’s perfect game. But they didn’t, and we are bound to see something like this […]

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