Governor Of Texas Dooms Houston Astros With Preemptive Tweet

The saying “it ain’t over ’till it’s over” found its poster child on Monday. The Houston Astros, an underdog team that no one expected to make the playoffs in 2015, were up 2-1 in a best of five series against the Kansas City Royals. With a chance to advance to the American League Championship Series … Read moreGovernor Of Texas Dooms Houston Astros With Preemptive Tweet

MLB Adds ‘Chapman Filter’ To Account For His Unhuman Fastballs

Fact: Reds closer Aroldis Chapman throws really, really hard. That was in 2011. When’s the last time you saw someone get a standing ovation for throwing a ball in the middle of an at bat? We’re in 2015 and he’s still pumping 100+ mph heat. With the latest advancements in baseball technology in the last … Read moreMLB Adds ‘Chapman Filter’ To Account For His Unhuman Fastballs

Justin Verlander, Kate Upton Recreate Epic ‘Step Brothers’ Scene

There are plenty of ways to rehab while youre on the disabled list to start the season. For Justin Verlander of the Detroit Tigers, that involves creating scenes from classic movies of the late 2000’s with his smoking hot girlfriend, Kate Upton. Hey…I can’t think of a better way: View this post on Instagram When … Read moreJustin Verlander, Kate Upton Recreate Epic ‘Step Brothers’ Scene

Ranking MLB teams by most World Series appearances, St. Louis tied for No. 2

The St. Louis Cardinals’ 2013 appearance in the World Series marked the 19th time the franchise has earned the opportunity to play for the MLB title. While that number is still far off the Yankees’ all-time high mark of 40, it is good for a tie for No. 2-overall with San Francisco. Counting wins, however, … Read moreRanking MLB teams by most World Series appearances, St. Louis tied for No. 2

American Indian group releases simple graphic to show racism in sports logos

The graphic you see here may look like something out of The Onion, but it is dead serious. The National Congress of American Indians has produced an image putting the racially-charged stereotypes of sports organizations into a pretty simple context. No one would ever think to call a New York sports franchise “The Jews” and make … Read moreAmerican Indian group releases simple graphic to show racism in sports logos