When you run on the field during a baseball game, you should expect rough treatment from the security guards or the players, if they happen to get to you first.
However, Chicago White Sox left fielder Dayan Viciedo couldn’t have been more gentle when he apprehended a field invader during the sixth inning of his team’s game against the Baltimore Orioles earlier this week.
Banned for life! That’s the penalty Mark Harvey, the man who streaked onto the Camden Yards field in Baltimore, Maryland on Orioles opening day, received. Okay, while Harvey didn’t technically streak, since he actually wore a pair of Batman underwear and a cape, he’s still out on his ace.
Magic Johnson and his group of investors were awarded the struggling Los Angeles Dodgers late Tuesday night. It’s the latest business investment in Johnson’s post-retirement portfolio and comes at a pretty hefty sum of $2 billion.
Sometimes professional athletes just can’t walk away from the game they love, even if they that means seeking out a smaller stage to prove they still have some skills. Here are 10 athletes who’ve done just that — tried to come back by playing in a lesser league.
Last week, the longest winning streak in collegiate sports history came to an end when Trinity College lost a squash match to Yale. It was a pretty impressive record with 252 consecutive wins dating back to 1998. That got us thinking about some of the other most impressive streaks that have been broken.
Thanksgiving is traditionally a day when people come together with the ones they love to share a unified sentiment….and also eat like pigs and watch sports. If the Pilgrims and Native Americans had RVs and Qwik-Cook Grills in Plymouth, Massachusetts in the 1620s, they’d have dined on turducken and watched a lacrosse rivalry game while unbuckling their Colonial belts.
The Baltimore Orioles unveiled new uniforms for the 2012 season Tuesday that include the team’s famous cartoon bird and a return to the orange jersey they haven’t used since 1992, the team’s inaugural season at Camden Yards.
Both changes are immediately in effect on all team apparel.
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