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Canseco Selling The Finger He Shot Off On Ebay

Remember that one time Jose Canseco shot off his finger while cleaning a gun, then had it reattached, only to fall off during a poker game? Well, he's selling it, and the gun that shot it off on ebay. Just in time for holiday shopping. Seems like Jose will do anything for a buck -- well, except getting a job.


Church grants Billy Butler permission to steal

Oh that Midwestern Methodist humor. What a hoot.

Lets see if Billy "Country Breakfast" Butler is ready to show off his speed, like he did when he swiped a bag against the Angels in Game 3 of the ALDS, when the ALCS begins on Friday when the Royals take on the Orioles. It should be a pretty entertaining series.



Daniel Bryan Pumps Up Crowd For SF Giants

Watch as WWE superstar Daniel Bryan pumped riled up the crowed at AT&T Park in San Francisco on Monday afternoon before the Giants hosted the Nationals in Game 3 of the National League Division Series.

OK, so maybe the Giants bogarted this whole "Yes!" thing from Michigan State or the Pittsburgh Pirates, but everyone seemed to be having a good time. Just don't remind the fans in San Francisco that Daniel Bryan is indeed a Seahawks fan.

Let's hope that we see Bryan, who's recovering from neck surgery, return to the ring sonner rather than later.



Phillies fans mock Craig Kimbrel's stance

You can't help buy laugh at this one. Sure the last-place Phillies suck and baseball isn't too fun in late September when you have been eliminated a long time ago, but these Phils fans still had a good sense of humor on Saturday, when they had a couple laughs at Craig Kimrel's expense. 

After the game, Kimbrel told that he didn't notice the fans' antics, but that was a good thing because he would have started laughing right there on the mound had he.

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Fan catches Lucas Duda's HR in popcorn bucket

No glove? No problem. Check out this Braves fan who made a tremendous catch with his popcorn bucket on Lucas Duda's two-run homer during the top of the sixth inning in the Mets' 5-0 win over Atlanta at Turner Field of Friday night.

The fan proceeded to follow up his achievement by celebrating with a Jersey Shore-style fist-pump dance. A move that surely has to be wildly unpopular in Atlanta in 2014. Nevertheless, it was a nice job to come away with a souvenir on what was Duda's 28th homer of the year. 

With the loss, Atlanta dropped to 76-77 on the year. Pretty strange to see the Braves with a losing record in September.