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Thanks for your interest in our sport, Josep Juaneda Josa, even though your team lost all of its first round match ups. (Not sure what they’ll be more startled by when he gets back: his tattoo, or his explanation of what the MLB Fan Cave is.) Video of this terrible decision unfolding at the Cave, after the jump.
You might notice something strange about this photo of Johnny Manziel in Cabo, which Busted Coverage first got their hands on: yes, that is what appears to be a tattoo of the Texas Longhorns logo on his abs.
You see what he did here, right? There’s “Sons Of Anarchy,” that popular FX TV show, and there’s [insert crazy Alabama fan] willing to do [insert crazy thing] to show his support. The result was a mildly clever “Sons Of Saban” moniker, and a wildly only-in-the-SEC tattoo.
I don’t know from getting tattoos, but apparently the process hurts like a bitch. As for Elvis Andrus, his new ink spans from his left shoulder to his elbow. Getting it must have hurt like the dickens (“the dickens” is slightly above “a bitch” on the pain scale). It caused him such discomfort that his manager Ron Washington was forced to scratch him from the lineup in today’s bout with the Indians.
Rex Ryan, who skipped his league-mandated media session to end the season and is instead at the Atlantis in the Bahamas, was photographed without his shirt by the New York Daily News. Looking rather svelte, by the way. It’s just that tattoo. We need to talk to him about it.
The Old English “D” that serves as the Detroit Tigers’ logo is so recognizable that many Tigers fans have had it tattooed on them. Some just have a plain “D,” while others have gone more all-out. But no one else has gone this all out. At least, we hope not. If you do not like blood, do not click through.
Several hours ago, a Steelers tattoo made its way to Reddit. But this was no ordinary Steelers tattoo – this was the worst Steelers tattoo anyone has ever received. And it got us thinking – what about some of the other horrifying ways NFL junkies commemorate their fandom?
Last time Jason Terry got a tattoo on his bicep of the Larry O’Brien trophy, the Dallas Mavericks won the NBA title. Boston fans hope he can repeat such feats of prognostication, now that he has commemorated his newly signed contract with the Celtics with a tattoo of a leprechaun holding the Larry O’Brien trophy. You see what he did there? Instead of a basketball, the leprechaun is spinning the NBA championship trophy on his finger.
The Texas Rangers were really, really close to winning the World Series. Couldn’t have been closer without doing it. Coming close, though, doesn’t mean you should go ahead and commemorate their victory that never happened. Especially not permanently, and on your body.