Did you know that Kenny Vaccarro, rookie safety for the New Orleans Saints, has a quicker change of direction than All-Pro LSU alum Patrick Peterson? Or that he graded out in the top percentile by the Sports Science team? Learn more about Vaccarro, and see his athletic skills put to the test.
Boston Red Sox designated hitter David Ortiz went 4-for-5 in an 11-8 win over the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday night, giving him 1,688 career hits as a DH, which ties a Major League Baseball record, alongside Harold Baines.
If you live in the Acadiana area, you know all about Olde Tyme Grocery. I was lucky enough to draw Olde Tyme as one of my Eat Lafayette visits this Summer. I don't know why everyone is so mad at me. It's not my fault I get to show off the Summer specials at Olde Tyme while chomping on some delicious po-boys in the process.
This is video of Cleveland Indians first baseman Nick Swisher hitting a little dribbler that starts off in foul territory, and looks for certain that it will stay foul, before it turned fair, during a game against the Detroit Tigers on Monday night.
Robert Griffin III took the NFL by storm as a rookie last year, leaving many Washington Redskins fans to pose the question, "Is there anything RG3 can't do?" In addition to his athletic skills, RG3 enjoys pop rocks and tootsie pops...and he enjoys rapping about them with a Halloween mask on.
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