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Fox News Anchor To Little League Sensation Mo’ne Davis: Why Don’t You Play A More ‘Female-Friendly’ Sport?
Eric Bolling actually had the nerve to ask a girl who just threw a three-hit shutout why she doesn’t play a “female-friendly” sport.
Annoying cowboy hat Batman guy probably didn’t anticipate this reaction. Police chief: it was “hilarious”.
‘How Many People Get Hit By Cabs In New York City?’ Is Probably Not The Best Analogy For The Kevin Ward Jr. Tragedy
What exactly happened on Saturday night at Canandaigua Motorsports Park, when Kevin Ward Jr. left his car and met his untimely end at the hand of Tony Stewart? Was his death an accident? Was it a scare tactic gone wrong? Or was it a terrifying result of Stewart’s legendary temper?
Mo’Ne Davis, the 18th girl ever to play in Williamsport, has a 71-mph fastball and threw a shutout in the Mid-Atlantic Regional championship game on Sunday.
After beating New Albany, IN, 12-7 in the Great Lakes Region final, they next play on Thursday in Williamsport, PA.
Time once again for ESPN’s non-stop coverage of that peculiar institution, the LLWS. Making money off the backs of pre-teens — it’s the American way.
As most people who read sports articles on the Internet will tell you, Sports on Earth wasn’t the site for hot takes for the sake of hot takes. That probably played a role in its downfall.
Yesterday, we brought you news that a Kevin Love-to-Cleveland deal was “done but not done,” according to an ESPN reporter. Reminder: ESPN isn’t a trustworthy source anymore.
Highlights in the world of sports from the past week, just the way you like ‘em: cut into fun, bite-sized video pieces. Join host Eytan Shander as he deconstructs the top stories.