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Ian Kinsler’s slide into third on Thursday was both hilarious and scary, but is it the worst slide in recent MLB history? Examine our Children’s Treasury of Bad MLB Slides and decide for yourself.
David Beckham was a 21-year-old with one year of Premier League experience when he scored this goal against Wimbledon on the first day of the 1996 season. Beckham announced his retirement today.
Center fielder Tony Hernandez was working on a three-error day when a ball was hit over his head with two on and two out in the final inning, and his team leading by one run. So of course he made an incredible catch to save the game.
Somewhere in the universe, there is a world that is a mirror image of our own, where the baseball fans eat cotton candy in reverse. I want to live in that world.
Hunter Pence’s bat went whistling into the stands on Tuesday night, but never fear — this is Canada, where wood is nothing to fear. This Blue Jays’ fan simply stood up and snagged it out of the air, then holding it up like a trophy. By now it’s a coat rack in his house.
Daniel Tosh Got Bill Simmons, Jalen Rose, Daryl Dawkins, Spud Webb And More To Break Down ‘The Greatest Nerf Dunker That Ever Lived’
You probably know Tosh.0 for its collection of disgusting, horrible, or difficult-to-watch home videos that get posted to the Internet for host Daniel Tosh to make fun of. But he started a new segment this week called “30 For 30.0″ that we thoroughly enjoyed.
Take this guy, please. No idea what kind of job he has, but based on his pants and the plastic keycard-looking thing attached to his belt, it probably doesn’t involve putting. Yet he can (ostensibly) still find ways to do his work while getting the rush of sinking a big shot.
Welcome to The Daily Yam, bringing you the top play from the night before, anything else you might have missed, and what to look forward to today. It’s your one-stop shop when you skipped last night’s action, or have forgotten what day it is. Last night, Tayshaun Prince reminded everyone that he’s still in the league by yamming it in serious traffic.