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Bryce Harper’s Brother Has A Ridiculous Mustache; Jose Canseco Talking Smack, And Other Home Run Derby Updates
If scientists can produce a player with Bryce Harper’s haircut and brother Bryan Harper’s mustache, we’d have the first super-player capable of hitting 150 home runs in a season. Your move, Miami biogenesis lab.
It all started, it seems, a few days ago, when [whatever subversive cutting-edge anti-comedian is running the Twitter account of] Jose Canseco made some New Year’s resolutions. Some were normal, perhaps even heartwarming (“spend more time with my daughter,” for example). Others, though, were more ambitious… like running for political office. And wouldn’t you know it – one major North American city just might be looking for a mayor soon.
If you live in the tri-state area, there’s a good chance you wish you hadn’t woken up, still asleep and avoiding the clusterfuck the nor’easter created Wednesday night. Go back to sleep, we won’t be offended. But if you’re not from the tri-state, read on and be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
Here are your best sports tweets for Tuesday, September 25. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter. See anything that should be on SportsGrid? Send it to email@example.com. Now, our morning words of wisdom.
The Saint Louis Cardinals squeaked out a 2-1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers last night, extending their NL Wild Card lead over L.A. to two games. Jose Canseco attended the game, our favorite nonsensical athlete Twitter-er , donning a rather contrite t-shirt.
You might remember when terrible beer Old Milwaukee made some waves by getting Will Ferrell to star in a series of commercials that aired only in relatively small markets. Well, they’re at it again – this time with Jose Canseco. See what they did after the jump.