Glenn Burke—widely credited with inventing the high five—was the first openly gay MLB player. Author David Maraniss talked to us about his new book chronicling Burke's life.
In honor of the SUPER sports game happening in Tampa Bay this Sunday, we decided to grab a BOWL of KC barbeque and a plate of whatever food Tampa Bay is famous for (Applebee's or Chili's or something we're guessing) and see who would win if bands from Kansas City and Tampa Bay went head
In honor of the SUPER sports game happening in Miami this Sunday, we decided to grab a BOWL of KC barbeque and a plate of whatever food San Francisco is famous for and see who would win if bands from Kansas City and San Francisco went head to head.
The confluence of baseball with all kinds of heavy music—namely punk, hardcore and grindcore—has spawned outsider art that is deeply offbeat, thoughtfully woke and, more often than not, literally pants-shittingly hilarious.
The truth is out there, and Jose Canseco want you to come along for the ride. The former MLB home run basher has invited anyone who wants to join him to call the number of Morgan Management and go hunting for Bigfoot and aliens.
We've teamed up with the Chicago White Sox to knock it out of the park with Riot Fest Night at Guaranteed Rate Field.
Baseball, probably more so than any other sport, is filled with a rich history of spectacularly amazing names and nicknames (most of which are just dick jokes). So, in honor of the greatest sport ever invented, we’ve put together our All-Star team of great baseball names.
Ow! My Balls! On Saturday at Busch Stadium, St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina caught a Kris Bryant foul tip of a 102-mph fastball right in the dick and balls. Directly in the family jewels. Right in the ye olde meat and potatoes. However (or wherever) you put it, Yadier Molina will be sidelined for at
At the 2018 TCA Winter Press Tour last January, WWE showed a sizzle real bursting with celebrities, minus any who’d gone on to political office. No Arnold Schwarzenegger, no Barack Obama, no Hillary Clinton, and, most notably for someone with so much history with the brand, no Donald Trump. When asked, CBO Stephanie McMahon said
Any fan of a historically beleaguered (read: incompetent) franchise — professional or collegiate — has a common goal: witness Muh Team winning it all before biting the dust. It’s why Bill Simmons titled his account of the Boston Red Sox’ 2004 season — culminating in their first World Series victory since 1918 — Now I Can
As the old saying goes, every athlete wants to be a rapper, and every rapper wants to be an athlete...
For the second year in a row (and coincidentally, the second year since Prince became unable to sign off on things), the Minnesota Twins of baseball will honor the Purple One (a huge Vikings and Timberwolves fan) with Prince Night at Target Field this year. In addition to Prince Night, the Twins will also sell