Beat The Arizona Heat With This Enticing Churro Dog

Churro Dog ArizonaYou can buy a 1,117-calorie Churro Dog topped with whipped cream and chocolate sauce for $8.50, but it’s for baseball fans at Chase Stadium and Chase Stadium in Phoenix, AZ alone.

Unfortunately, the Churro Dog, which joins Taco Bell’s Cap’n Crunch Delight as one of 2015’s most anticipated disgustingly delicious snack foods, will only be available at Diamondbacks games.  Continue reading “Beat The Arizona Heat With This Enticing Churro Dog”

Mo’Ne is the First Little Leaguer, Girl or Boy, to Land the Cover of Sports Illustrated

sports illustrated little league girlLast night on SportsCenter’s Top Stories segment there was a fascinating interview with a 13-year-old girl who plays Little League on an otherwise all-boys team in Philly. The first, but definitely not last I’d hear of Mo’Ne Davis.

She throws a 70 mph fastball and was noticed at her school by the baseball coach for playing football, you know, just casually throwing perfect spirals and zooming around the field faster than most college running backs.

Mo’Ne could likely succeed in baseball, football or basketball (her favorite). The world is her oyster, as displayed on this week’s issue of Sports IllustratedContinue reading “Mo’Ne is the First Little Leaguer, Girl or Boy, to Land the Cover of Sports Illustrated”

GIF: A-Rod Hit By Ryan Dempster Pitch

I’m delighted by Red Sox player Ryan Dempster’s two inside pitches last Sunday to Alex Rodriguez’s side and leg and I don’t even feel the least bit bad about it.

Here’s why… 1. He’s rich. 2. He’s on steroids. 3. Cameron Diaz, Madonna and Kate Hudson.

”He was trying to establish his fastball,” Red Sox manager John Farrell said during an in-game interview on ESPN. ”Obviously, the pitch got away from him.

”We didn’t feel in our dugout it was anything intentional,” he added.

Lies, all charming lies. The smile on my face every time I see the this is also unintentional, and as simple as Dempster’s instantaneous 5-game suspension. FULL VIDEO HERE.

Funny Video: Carly Rae Jepsen Throws Worst Pitch Ever?

This video of Carly Rae Jepsen throwing out a horrific pitch at a Tampa Bay Rays game hasn’t reached the nearly 500 million views that the one for her hit song “Call Me Maybe” has amassed, but it does have 6 MILLION, which is nothing to scoff at.

The bright side is that her pitch was slightly better than fellow Canadian girl Justin Bieber and much better than Howard Stern sidekick Gary Dell’abate (a.k.a. Baba Booey).  Continue reading “Funny Video: Carly Rae Jepsen Throws Worst Pitch Ever?”

Stories I’m Too Lazy To Write About [1-20-13]

Stan Musial black and whiteStan “The Man” Musial (R.I.P.) was the best, least showy hitter ever. (New York Times)

Bossy Barbara Walters is alert in hospital after falling and cutting her forehead. (Jezebel)

Manti Te’o first on-camera interview with Katie Couric will air Thursday. (TMZ)

No plea bargain for Lindsay Lohan could mean serious jail time. (Daily Mail)

Red 2 is all guns, explosions, Bruce Willis’ head, wisecracks and fogies. (ONTD!)

Accidental shootings at gun shows/purposeful shooting in NM. (USA Today/L.A. Times)

Eddie Cibrian sex can happen all day, whenever he whistles or points at LeAnn. (Evil Beet)

Baseball Horror Graphic Novel? Yes Please

Sullivan’s Sluggers is a graphic novel about a group of dysfunctional minor leaguers that end up playing an evening game against what turns out to be a group of gigantic hungry monsters.

The book is illustrated by James Stokoe and Eisner-winner Mark Andrew Smith. According to the project’s Kickstarter page, it’s “packed with shocks, gore, and screamingly outrageous humor, when America’s Favorite Past Time becomes one team’s ultimate nightmare!”

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Chewable Coffee ‘Grinds’ Endorsed By Major League Baseball Players

Is sipping coffee such a pain or is there something refreshing about a slivery shot of caffeine to the gums that led to the creation of chewable coffee?

Matt Canepa and Pat Pezet launched Grinds in 2009 and immediately began testing their product on baseball players, handing out samples and gaining insightful feedback.

The nicotene-free pouches currently come in three flavors – Cinnamon Roll, Mocha and Mint Chocolate. The “cans” are relatively cheap at $11.99 for three. They are marketed as both “a healthy alternative to tobacco for professional baseball” and “coffee in your pocket.”  Continue reading “Chewable Coffee ‘Grinds’ Endorsed By Major League Baseball Players”

Dear Derek Jeter, No Autographed Baseball Bats For Your Escorts? Pig

An undisclosed source revealed that baseball MVP Derek Jeter likes to leave a little parting gift with his women of the night. As in, he sleeps with them (not literal hookers, btw) then in the morning he has a car waiting outside to take them wherever their heart desires, as long as it’s away from him.

The best part is, that there in the car is lies a little gift basket. The “friend” revealed that it almost always contains Yankees memorabilia, usually a signed Jeter ball. It’s like when you go to an award show, or a premiere. You get the show and some trinkets. He’s just magnificent. Not only does he give you several hours of pro athlete sexy times, but something to remember him by.

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