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For a team called the Angels, they sure are cursed. Remember how the season began? Hitting Coach Don Baylor fractured his femur catching (catching!) the ceremonial first pitch.
Sidney Rice, also known as “The guy you take in the 10th round of your fantasy football draft and swear that this is the year he returns to Pro Bowl form and helps you win — oh Jesus Christ, he’s injured again, shit, oh well,” has retired from the NFL.
The Group of Death is really turning out to be filled with maimed soccer players. YEESH! See how our chances have improved with a fortuitous rash of injuries leading up to next week’s World Cup, after the jump..
Warning, if you’re squeamish, we suggest you skip this vid. Also, if you work anywhere other than a hospital or in your home office, you probably should sit this one out, too. Video of the surgery that is enabling dangerous pitching mechanics, sidelining the league’s best pitchers, and what that means for baseball, inside.
The Sochi Slopestyle Course Claims More Victims As A Norweigan Rider Falls On Her Head, An Australian Rider On His Nuts
Maybe we should stop giving Shaun White a hard time for pulling out of this thing. The course, that is.
The shortest distance between the top of his nose and nostrils is definitely NOT through his actual nose.
Like, for example, if some one jumps for a rebound, gets undercut, and lands directly on their head (without a helmet). Seton Hall’s Gene Teague has been hospitalized for exactly that. Terrifying footage after the jump.