On Wednesday evening, the Baseball Hall of Fame announced its newest members: Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza. Griffey set a record by being named on 99.3 percent of all ballots, surpassing the mark set by Tom Seaver in 1992.
We don't know how many of these guys ended up with concussions, but it's probably best not to think about that if you want to enjoy this.
Every excruciating second is packed with imminent doom. We must have seen this truck fall into the water below a hundred times in our mind as we watched.
Bringing you good comfort and cheer this Christmas.
The Washington Nationals' season took yet another dismal turn Sunday, when recently acquired closer Jonathan Papelbon and MVP-candidate Bryce Harper tussled in the dugout during the eighth inning. On Monday the Nats announced they had suspended Papelbon for the rest of the season.
Ever wanted to see what Idris Elba might look like if he actually picked up the iconic Walther PPK and introduced himself using his last name first, then first name, then last name again? Here's your chance.
Do you keep score in your pickup games using 1- and 2-point shots rather than 2- and 3-point shots? Because you shouldn't. Why, you ask? Because of math.
Ever wanted to see a man look desperate, ridiculous and crazy all at once?
When you hear the phrase "genius inventor," you probably think of Thomas Edison or Steve Jobs or someone like that. From now on, though, we'll think of this guy.
A compilation of "idiots on the field" who make baseball games all the more enjoyable with their security-eluding antics.