- Geek & Sci-Fi
The Milwaukee Brewers unveiled some of their theme nights for this upcoming season, including Zubazpalooza And 'Major League' Night.
It's that time of the week when we post a mixed bag of intriguing cosplay we've spotted recently. Some sexy, some funny, some cute, and some awesome.
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of 'Major League's' with the secret to Charlie Sheen's 85 MPH fastball. Hint: it wasn't tiger blood.
An Italian baseball team paid tribute to the AmEx commercial in 'Major League' by recreating it shot-for-shot, and also by painting white guys black. Uh...
Bob Uecker told a Milwaukee Brewers beat writer that he has been approached for 'Major League 4' and he's down to return as Harry Doyle.
After the Bulls dealt forward Luol Deng to Cleveland, for what was basically a salary dump â€” since they immediately released Andrew Bynum to avoid paying the back-half $6 million option on his deal, people thought it was time to tank in Chicago.
Here's Jeon Jun-woo of the Lotte Giants doing a "lotte" celebration for a home run that, uh, isn't a home run.
I don't get to share "supercuts" very often.
The Arizona Diamondbacks let Charlie Sheen take batting practice prior to yesterday's 5-3 win over the New York Mets, and while it's bad enough that people continue to pay attention to his depressing antics, the reason that he was there is even worse - he's trying to get into shape for Major League 4.
At long last, here is your full, high-definition theatrical trailer for Moneyball, the Aaron Sorkin adaptation of the book by Michael M.
Here's something sure to make pro basketball more accessible to the Internet's below-average whites; Miami Heat fans have been buying up voodoo dolls by the hundreds in an attempt to curse the Dallas Mavericks.
A pair of high-school baseball players were caught MURDERING poor DEFENSELESS BABY CHICKENS in a cruel attempt to improve their batting averages this week, according to reports.
By now you're probably caught up with the latest shenanigans of Charlie Sheen.
If you’re the general manager of a baseball franchise, there are a few things that you’d probably rather not hear, like your star first baseman was arrested for DUI, or your ace is dating Alyssa Milano, or Lady Gaga wants to visit the clubhouse.
Major League is the greatest baseball movie of all time.
That dude who does long movie reviews did a long review of Baby's Day Out for some reason.