A Backup Catcher Is Apparently The Real Life Roy Hobbs

Published by tgim on April 18th, 2014

by Tommy Gimler

Unless you live in the Milwaukee or Pittsburgh metropolitan areas, odds are you weren’t tuned into the Brewers-Pirates game because you were busy doing anything else. But in the sixth inning of their 5-3 win, Brewers backup catcher Martin Maldonado reached first base after literally knocking the cover off the ball. (more…)


The Arizona Diamondbacks Are Fucking Terrible

Published by tgim on April 17th, 2014

by Tommy Gimler

Sure, they’re just 1/9 of the way into their season, but at 4-14, the Arizona Diamondbacks are off to their worst start in franchise history, and that’s saying something since their squad in 2004 was so pig shit awful that they lost 111 games. (more…)


In The DUGout: Cheer Up, Lakers Fans. It’s Almost Over…

Published by TheDug on April 16th, 2014

special to the DUD from The Dug

Dear Laker Fans:

Since none of you have watched a game since they declared Kobe done for the year, you should know the worst season your team has had since it moved from The Land of 10,000 Lakes to The Golden State is almost over. (more…)


Buckle The Fuck Up: The NHL West Playoff Preview

Published by tgim on April 15th, 2014

by Teddy Westside

People always talk about how the NCAA Tournament is the best sporting event in the world. Well, whatever. Instead of fighting that with a bunch of old bald dudes trying to relive their glory days from Wichita State, I am just going to make this claim: Hockey has the greatest postseason among the four professional sports. (more…)


As Expected, Kevin Costner’s ‘Draft Day’ Movie Bombed At The Box Office This Weekend

Published by rhombus on April 14th, 2014

by Frank Rhombus

You know who’s buying Kevin Costner as the GM of the Cleveland Browns? Nobody, apparently. (more…)


Check Out The $203 Million New York Yankees Lineup

Published by tgim on April 13th, 2014

by Tommy Gimler

Only the Los Angeles Dodgers have made more of an effort to buy a World Series championship than the New York Yankees this year. According to the Associated Press, Dodgers players will pull down $235 million this year, which makes New York’s $203 million payroll seem smaller than Nicole Richie’s tits. But given the fact that the Yanks are dropping over $200 million on their roster, you would expect a lineup full of All-Stars and future Hall of Famers every time out, right? (more…)