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Sunday
Apr122015

Gordon Dunks On Yelich To Celebrate Walkoff

It looks like the Marlins created quite a new walk-off celebration. Not  the traditional pie to the face or a Gatorade shower, but the player who hits the walkoff gets posterized on a nasty dunk.

Watch its debut as Dee Gordon throws down on Christian Yelich after Yelich drove in Gordon for the game-winning run in the 10th inning against the Rays on Friday night.  Pretty funny stuff.

Via MLB

Wednesday
Apr082015

Fan Catches Foul Ball In His Popcorn Bucket

New baseball season. Already another great snag of a ball involving a popcorn bucker to corral that sucker in.

Watch as this fan nabs a souvenir on Tuesday night at SafecoField where the Mariners were topped by the Angels, 2-0.

He may have lost some of that ridiculously expensive popcorn in the process, but his mission was accomplished. Nice job.

Via MLB

Wednesday
Mar252015

Brewers Introduce Nachos On A Stick

Check out these "Inside the Park Nachos," which will be a new item offered this season at Milwaukee Brewers games at Miller Park.

They feature beef on a stick, loaded with refried beans, rolled in Doritos, and then deep fried and drizzled with sour cream and cheese.

Sounds pretty good. How could anything rolled in Doritos and deep fried not be good?

Via ESPN

Also see: Michael McDonald signs an ode to nachos

Saturday
Mar142015

Bird Hit With Foul Ball In Spring Training Game

OK, so this wasn't quite Randy Johnson nailing a bird in Spring Training 2001, but it certainly was not good for this bird, which kinda exploded when it was hit with a foul ball off the bat of Tigers rookie James McCaan on Friday as Detroit face the Braves in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.

Via Yahoo!

Thursday
Mar122015

Gio Gonzalez Drops 10 'Meows' In Interview

Watch as Nats lefty Gio Gonzalez gets his "Super Troopers" on with multiple 'meows" while being interviewed onMASN on Wednesday as Washington hosted the Tigers in Spring Training action.

Has this act run its course yet, or what?

Via MLB