- Geek & Sci-Fi
The men's tennis world has finally been united under a common belief: Novak Djokovic is a gaping vagina.
It was bad enough when Andy Roddick and swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker got engaged, but it appears that the young lovebirds are actually going to go through with it.
With millions of dollars at stake in his upcoming divorce, Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez is keeping a low profile with his romantic life.
NL - The pivotal four-game NL Central showdown in Miller Park has been thus far been a one-sided affair, with the Cubs taking the first three from the Brewers.
Thanks to a shift that placed Orioles second baseman Brian Roberts well out of the infield, Jason Giambi grounded out to right field last night.
Any fan who's ever made the journey to Yankee Stadium knows one inalienable truth: the entire Yankees organization is annoying, loathsome, and beyond doing anything that involves treating fans as free human beings.
Yankees slugger Jason Giambi is having a good time in Las Vegas, where he's finding new and inventive ways around the city's massive cup and glass shortage.
As there was last night, a great amount of undue praise will be heaped upon Yankee Stadium during tonight's All-Star Game.
Reggie Jackson might have picked up on the fact that New York City has a fairly sizable Jewish population during his many years as a Yankee.
Canadian fans mercilessly went after Alex Rodriguez this weekend, flashing pictures of Madonna to distract him.
As the story of Alex Rodriguez's impending divorce gains steam, the Boston Herald's write-up of a stripper tattling about her supposed affair with A-Rod is a completely dubious story, but compelling nonetheless.
AL - When the Rays inevitably collapse into a cloud of Florida tackiness and Ybor City binges, they can point to this moment as the clear high water mark of their season, having completed the season's second sweep of the Red Sox last night in the Trop.
Here's video (courtesy of AA) of one of the catching Molina brothers getting a Mariano Rivera fastball directly to the groin.
Busted Coverage has video of what must be the quintessential Yankees-Red Sox fan shouting match: it features a Yankees fan repeatedly misidentifying 2003 ALCS hero Aaron Boone as Bret Boone, a Red Sox fan making light of 9/11 and a douchette calling her dad mid-argument to fill him in on the drunken proceedings.