The Detroit Tigers' center fielder, Austin Jackson, got traded to the Mariners yesterday in the middle of Detroit's game against the White Sox. Since the Mariners didn't want to risk an injury, he came out of the game IMMEDIATELY.
If you've ever played cards, it's guaranteed that you've heard someone complain about their awful luck and how they took the worst beat ever. A lot of the time it's just sour grapes after losing, but not on this hand.
Any baseball fan who has grown up listening to Los Angeles Dodgers baseball on radio and television knows the name Vin Scully. He has been a part of Dodgers baseball since 1949, when the team was still playing in Brooklyn
Asher Wildman, the Sports Director for ABC-7 will have his final sportscast in El Paso tomorrow night. In a little more than two years at KVIA, the "Wild Man" developed a reputation for his no-nonsense approach to reporting sports
Frank Caliendo from Fox NFL Sunday did a great impression of Morgan Freeman reading the letter LeBron James wrote about coming home to Cleveland. He called it "The LeBron James Redemption", after "The Shawshank Redemption".
We don't know where this happened, but check out this video of two gymnasts trying to do a crazy stunt where they both flip around in the air right next to each other. But they get a little too close and knock heads, and the sound it makes is TERRIBLE
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