SPORTS CRIMES: Strasburg Baseball Card Going for $16k+

May 27, 2010

Stephen Strasburg is the buzz of the minor leagues. The Washington National’s top prospect, the ace-in-waiting, has yet to throw a Major League pitch and is already drawing high bids from reckless spenders on the only place for thoughtless spending: eBay.

$16k Collectors Item or Overpriced Coster?

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SPORTS CRIMES: Free Throw Misses

May 26, 2010

In Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals (part of the NBA finals trimester 3 of 3… Finals are due soon!), Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic was found guilty of sports crime 10-7c, Section B: sucking at free throws.

DHow Wonders How D' Bad at Getting His Team More Points, One at a Time

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One Hitter Wonder: Maine Out as Early as Humanly Possible

May 21, 2010

New York Mets pitcher John Maine was pulled from yesterday’s game after just one batter that he didn’t even hit. Massive amounts of disagreement followed.

Los Mets Pitcher John Maine

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L.T. – Lost it Totally

May 18, 2010

Oh, Lawrence Taylor! I had the same feeling when I found out that LT raped a 16-year old as I did when I found out he was doing Dancing with the Stars… which is something like, “Great, now I have to make sure people know that I only like him as an athlete and not at all as person.”

Lawrence Taylor

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Tony Romo Confirms Identity as Biggest Loser

May 13, 2010

Dallas Cowboys quarterback and media spotlight lover Tony Romo opened himself to headlines like the one of this article by appearing on NBC’s weight loss show. Giants, Eagles and Redskins fans everywhere laugh.

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Summer Blockbuster – Yankees Go 3-D

May 6, 2010

The YES Network (Yankees Entertainment and Sports) will team up with DirectTV to air the first 3-D baseball game this summer. Welcome to the future, Hoverboards coming soon!

New York Yankees Blackberry 3-D Logo

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