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Friday
Aug292014

Joe Nathan reads mean tweets about himself

Watch as Long Island native and Tigers closer Joe Nathan reads the mean shit that people write about him on Twitter, just like Jimmy Kimmel sometimes has celebrities do on his show. Nathan has struggled mightily in his first year in Detroit, so naturally the fans are frustrated, but this video seems more sad than funny. Blowin' saves sure infuriates people.  

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Musicians read mean tweets

NBA players read mean tweets 1

NBA players read mean tweets 2

Via Cut4

Wednesday
Aug272014

One of the worst first pitches of all-time

Tuesday probably started just a pretty good day for this chick, but by the end of the night, she was being mentioned with 50, Mariah, Carl Lewis, Baba Booey and that mayor of Cincinnati for "throwing" one of the worst first pitches ever. Poor thing! 

Via MLB

Tuesday
Aug262014

D-backs' Jake Lamb big leaguing his mom?

Watch as D-backs rookie third baseman tells a funny story about the time he got lost driving home from Chase Field and was using the navigation on his smart phone to find his way, when his mom called to congratulate him on hitting his first-career home run in the Majors after the game on Saturday. Lamb declined the call to keep the navigation going, and she promptly accused him of "Big Leaguing" her. Pretty funny stuff.

Via MLB

Sunday
Aug242014

Yankees retire Joe Torre's No. 6

It's had not to respect Joe Torre. Even as a die-hard Mets fan, it's hard not to. Simply a standup guy with a good personality. Maybe with the Orioles running away with the AL East, this will be the year BuckShowalter can finally get over the hump and win a championship like the one he probably felt he deserved to win with the '96 Yankees team that Torre inherited.

Via MLB

Saturday
Aug232014

Dodgers Triple-A Team Giving Away Player's Car

The Albuquerque Isotopes, the Triple-A affiliate of the Dodgers will be giving away outfielder Joc Pederson's 1994 Buick Century with 166,000 miles on it away at their game on Friday, Aug. 29.

If that's not awesome, I don't know what is.

Joc's sweet ride is valued at nearly $1,000 according to Kelly Blue Book.

Great contest. For those unfamiliar with Pederson, he's one of the best Minor Leaguers out there and would undoubtedly be in the bigs if it wasn't for a crowded outfield situation with the Dodgers. He's good enough to start and be productive right now in the Majors and most likely would on any other team in the bigs. The guy has been tearing it up for  Albuquerque.

Via Dodgers