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On This Day: Blatant Cheating by Niekro
"If you ain't cheating, you ain't trying." I'm not certain who first uttered the famous utterance, but on this day thirty years ago Minnesota Twins pitcher Joe Niekro was trying his darndest to beat the California Angels. With one out in the bottom of the fourth inning, home plate umpire...
On This Day: Martinez And Rogers Throw Perfect Games
On this day in 1991, Dennis Martinez of the Montreal Expos pitched the 13th perfect game in MLB history. Martinez (aka “El Presidente”) struck out five Dodgers and kept the likes of Eddie Murray, Darryl Strawberry, and Mike Scioscia off the basepaths in a game that took just two hours and 14...
Stephen A.: LeBron Tempted to 'Beat Kyrie's Ass'
The NBA is ablaze with rumors after it was leaked that Kyrie Irving requested a trade from the Cleveland Cavaliers, and ESPN analyst Stephen A. Smith threw more gasoline on the fire Monday. On Smith's radio show, he cited an anonymous source who told him James was frustrated and angry with Irving...
NFL Ownership Must Answer About Kaepernick
Much has been said about Colin Kaepernick's job hunt in the months since he and the San Francisco 49ers parted ways, and the debate continues to wage about why exactly he's unemployed. There's been no shortage of answers, from the seemingly-obvious that he's being unofficially blackballed by the...
On This Day: The Pine Tar Incident
On this day 34 years ago, the Kansas City Royals had U L Washington (and his toothpick) on first base with George Brett at-bat representing the go-ahead run. The New York Yankees had Goose Gossage on the mound trying to get the final out. Brett parked a high fastball into the right field stands....
It Is Barry Bonds' Birthday
It is July 24 and one of the greatest baseball players to ever live is celebrating a birthday. So here are some videos of Barry Bonds hitting baseballs very, very far. The above video from Bonds' 2002 trip to Yankee Stadium. Bob Sheppard announcing Bonds and Jon Miller's call is nearly as...
Spieth Leads British Open
Jordan Spieth cooled off a bit from yesterday as the weather at Royal Birkdale soured, but his second round 1-under-par 69, was good enough to give him a two-stroke lead over Matt Kuchar at the 146th British Open. "I didn't think the conditions got as bad as when I was sitting on the couch this...
Phil Going Home Early
Phil Mickelson will not advance to play the weekend after a second round 7-over-par 77. Lefty, who parted ways with longtime caddie Jim “Bones” Mackay earlier this month, finished 36 holes at the British Open at 10 over and missed the cut by five strokes. “You know, it’s just one of...
On This Day: Tyson KOs Williams
On this day 28 years ago, after just 93 seconds, referee Randy Neumann waved his hands in the air to stop the fight: Challenger Carl Williams was done. With a devastating left hook Mike Tyson scored the victory and retained the WBA, WBC, and IBF heavyweight titles. Neumann’s decision that night...
Querrey Upsets Murray
Sam Querrey stunned Great Britain's favorite tennis son at the All England Club on Wednesday, as the American beat world No. 1 Andy Murray in five sets in the quarterfinals. Murray, who was clearly limping during the match, fell in five sets, 3-6, 6-4, 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-1. Querrey becomes the...
Saban Lashes Out At Reporter
Nick Saban doesn't have time for your nonsense. The Alabama coach and five-time national champion is the first coach on the college circuit to voice his displeasure with a question or media coverage of his team, and SEC Media Days is no different. Saban was in mid-season form on Wednesday,...
Fox Embraces Ball Rivalry
It feels like the NBA needs a good rivalry, doesn't it? Steph and LeBron seems like more of a heated debate when it comes to merchandise sales, and while Russell Westbrook and KD evolved into a big deal for a bit (Russ's photography costume being the dagger), it appears we have the next great...
DeMar DeRozan Throws Ball At Ref In Drew League Game
During a Drew League game in Los Angeles, Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan got so fed up with the officiating that he threw the ball at a referee, narrowly missing his head. After yelling at the ref some more, DeRozan walked off the court with teammate Nick Young. It is certainly not the...
Peter King: Carr's Big Contract Will Set Off Domino Effect
The MMQB's Peter King joined “The Rich Eisen Show” to discuss which NFL quarterback will benefit most from the upward shift in the market for QBs after Derek Carr's monster contract. Those quarterbacks: the Detroit Lions Matthew Stafford, who is currently in contract negotiations with...
Spieth: Par Won't Win the U.S. Open
With the U.S. Open finally upon us, Jordan Spieth knows what it will take to win the title this year. "I don't see par winning the tournament," Spieth said. "I see closer to 5-10 under." Spieth's reasoning? The conditions of the course. "As someone who has very good control over the...
Stephen A: Carmelo Helps Cavs Win
Many believe the Cleveland Cavaliers have some roster reshuffling to do after losing to the Golden State Warriors in five games. Kevin Love's name has been rumored to be on the trade block since his earliest days in Cleveland and ESPN's Stephen A. Smith believes swapping him for Carmelo Anthony...
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