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Dude at Giants game catches foul ball while holding baby. Cool? Yes. Unprecedented? Hardly. Here’s our Top Six baby-holding baseball catches. Alert social services and roll video!
Rafael Soriano Says His 4-Year-Old Son Could Have Caught The Ball That Eluded Bryce Harper Against The Giants On Tuesday
Nationals’ closer Rafael Soriano had a rather remarkable (which is to say, stupid) thing to say about the triple he gave up to Gregor Blanco that allowed the Giants to tie the game in the bottom of the ninth on Tuesday. We talk of four-year-olds, triples and broken things, following the jump.
Normally when Tim Lincecum is tripping, it’s way more fun than this. Get it? Because he’s into psychedelics? Nevermind. Just watch him fall on his keister.
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.
Your stereotypical notion of greedy professional athletes took a major hit today, when it was revealed in his new book that Giants’ reliever Jeremy Affeldt gave back $500,000 to the Giants when he discovered a mistake in his contract.
Notorious Giants Fan ‘The Dawg’ Interferes With Fly Ball, Is Ejected, Possibly Smokes Pot In Parking Lot Afterwards
Dawg Day Afternoon: The scruffy Giants fan who was ejected for reaching below the wall in left field to deflect Marco Scutaro’s fly ball on Sunday is a notorious bleacher character known only as The Dawg. Did his antics cost the Giants in their series finale with the Braves? Exciting umpire game delay replay action, following the jump.
With the debut of this Doctor Who-worthy vehicle in McCovey Cove on Wednesday, we thought it would be a good time to look at the top ten other unusual things that have appeared just off the shore of AT&T Park in San Francisco. CAUTION: Includes pole dancing, giant thong and possible live bear.
George Washington was set to play the National Anthem on his fife, but Metallica said they might be interested. So the San Francisco Giants told G-dub to take a hike. Video of the most rocking Star Spangled Banner ever — exactly how Francis Scott Key imagined — after the jump.
Barry Zito visited Metallica’s San Rafael headquarters today for a jam session in advance of the Giants’ Metallica Night on Friday at AT&T Park. Modest proposal: change the name of the entrance at Willie Mays Plaza to ‘Enter Sandman’ for one night.
Did you know that the Yankees have their own private security force who roam the stands and can throw people out of the stadium, at away games? Or that the MLB has no set policy on fan ejections? Think that standard heckling of an opposing player is your God-given right? Think again.