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Just when it seemed that this A-Rod saga couldn’t turn into any more of a mess, it did. Here’s the latest edition of How Many Ways Can Alex Rodriguez Piss Off The Yankees?.
A-Rod Sent His Doctor On The Radio To Declare He’s Healthy And Thinks The Yankees Are Conspiring Against Him
Alex Rodriguez doesn’t trust the Yankees and thinks that they’re conspiring to keep him from playing so that they don’t have to pay him, so he got a second opinion and sent the doctor onto the radio to say that he’s perfectly healthy and ready to play. This is a mess.
Alex Rodriguez is going behind the team’s back to get a second opinion of his quad strain. Alex Rodriguez is stupid.
19-year old Brazilian soccer player Maurides scored his first career goal as a member of Internacional yesterday in a third-round match of the Copa do Brasil (the Brazil Cup) against America MG. He decided to follow up his landmark goal with a little celebration: a cart-wheel into a backflip. It was less successful than the goal. We have the video.
In boxing, it’s expected that you’re going to get the shit beaten out of you. It comes with the territory, and the paycheck. But getting your orbital bone fractured — as junior middleweight Alfredo Angulo did in this weekend — is a whole new level of grotesque that nobody appreciates.
Mixed martial artists are used to suffering brutal injuries — battered eye sockets and broken bones come with the territory. But no man is prepared to deal with an injury like the one Michael Waylon Lowe inflicted upon himself when he used the Kama Sutra Pleasure Balm Prolonging Gel during a September bout of “lovemaking.”