The Mets’ faithful fan-base is now anxiously awaiting the start of Friday night’s NLDS against the Dodgers in Los Angeles. God, the Mets are in the playoffs. What could be better? I’ll tell you what. The Mets being in the playoffs, and you watching the game with a murderer’s row of Twitter accounts.
Happy Gilmore’s signature driving technique might have won him some golf tournaments in the movies, but in real life, it’s pretty much the dumbest shit you can do on a golf course. Trust me, I’ve tried it. But what if you are a professional golfer, and you and your other pro-golfer bros are just chillaxin around a tee at the European Tour’s 2013 Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open? Might as well try it out!
You don’t need me to tell you that Lebron James is good at basketball. For 10+ years he has been in the national spot light. There is a generation of basketball fans who have never not been aware of Lebron James the basketball player.
So here we are. Less than 48 hours after ESPN’s story and 3 months after Chris wrote about a tweet I posted about a text I received. A lot of people praised us on Twitter and credited us for breaking this story and the Melky one last year.
I thought the most life altering moment of my week would be The Red Wedding. Then around 8 PM on Tuesday evening my Twitter exploded. ESPN was reporting that Major League baseball had reached a deal with Biogenesis founder Tony Bosch. MLB would drop their lawsuit against Bosch in exchange for his testimony against the players who used his service including Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez.
Following up on JoeBall’s scoop on the suspension of Ryan Braun and Alex Rodriguez for PED use in Major League Baseball.
This video of ex-third baseman George Brett is hella old. But, the shit story it contains is still ridiculously funny. Well, the good folks over at flipflopflyin.com have put together an excellent infographic breaking down the logistics of Brett’s shit story in Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas. Take a look:
In case you don’t follow Major League baseball, the New York Mets have a pitcher named Matt Harvey. He’s been something of a sensation this year. The Mets are 7-2 in games he starts and 9-21 in all other games. That’s not a misprint. Lots of teams have excellent young pitchers, so to truly understand why Matt Harvey is a borderline Messiah, you must first understand the psyche of your average Met fan…
Here at Dog and Pony Show we set a small piece of the internet on fire the last two days. Lets discuss that…