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Today in dogs and baseball (videos)

If I know one thing about dogs, it’s that they love licking their own asses chasing things. The advent of HD has made this somewhat dangerous for dogs.

Nice catch, Mr. Sweatpants. WHO’S A GOOD BOY? WHO’S A GOOD BOY?

Speaking of nice catches, this guy made the catch of the year by snagging a baseball in his beer cup, then heroically downing the rest of…

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A perfect technical match: MLB shills for new Blackberry

Confession: My first Internet-enabled phone was actually a Blackberry. This was, of course, in the pre-iPhone world. At the time, nobody else I knew had the Internet on their phone, so I was the coolest person in the world.* No reasonable person would actually choose to buy a Blackberry over any other smartphone these days. In just a few years, the Blackberry has become a symbol of technical weakness, like…

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Jose Canseco kills Al Gore on Twitter

The Twitter feed of Jose Canseco is fantastic, but he took his unique brand of crazy, troll-worthy commentary to a new level by killing Al Gore this afternoon.

al gore was a head of his time .i miss him rest in peace buddy hug for u

— Jose Canseco (@JoseCanseco) March 28, 2012

“Jose Canseco ‏ @JoseCanseco
al gore was a head of his time…

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Alleged new Miami Marlins logo looks rather suggestive (photo)


Does anyone else see a woman, spread-eagled, giving the finger?

That’s certainly one way to sell baseball in Miami.

Via The Score & The Big Lead

Gary Neville’s first pitch at White Sox game shows why soccer players don’t use their hands [Video]

Manchester United ambassador Gary Neville visited Chicago on Thursday to promote Man U’s upcoming tour of the United States. Neville threw out the first pitch at U.S. Cellular Field prior to the game between the White Sox and A’s.

And throw it he did, with such gusto that would send Rick Ankiel into a fetal position, shivering.

While Neville did nearly injure several women standing near…

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