Review Category : MLB

There are some big personalities in sports. It is fun when you get someone to take advantage of that and turn it into a sports parody account to make fun of different events and plays that are happening in sports. With all that goes on in sports there are some humorous takes, memes, impressions, and other things going on. Here are some of the best ones of Facebook and Twitter: FACEBOOK Sports-Funny Page They do every sort of sport. What ever is relevant at the moment in sports, they make fun of it. NFL Memes They obviously narrow it down to just the NFL, but it is great to scroll down your feed to see the different memes these guys come up with. They are also on Twitter @NFL_Memes TWITTER @ShooterMcGavin_ Peyton Manning yelling at the Bronco fans “DAMN YOU PEOPLE, THIS IS FOOTBALL, NOT A ROCK CONCERT. Love it ...

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The San Francisco Giants have just won their third World series in just five years. Soon the Giants will be remembered as a dynasty. But it seems that there has been a little help. Going through Facebook I saw a friend who is a huge fan of Taylor Swift mentioned that the Giants have won all three world series the same week Taylor Swift has released an album. So I did the research and sure enough, Taylor Swifts last three albums have been released the same exact week. No, I am not saying that the Giants won the World Series thanks to Swift. They are a fantastic, hard working team that deserves it. I’m also pretty sure that Giants fans will probably now wait anxiously for her next album, while the rest of the league will pray she releases it in the offseason.     ...

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Melky Cabrera hit three home runs during the Blue Jays, Red Sox game tonight. The outfielder had already hit one homer by the time he stepped up top the plate against Red Sox Felix Doubront in the six inning. One of those went completely over the Green Monster and hit a fans parked car. You can see the fan as she goes to the car to check out the damage. Cabrera was instrumental in helping the Toronto Blue Jays crush the Boston Red Sox 14-1. He finished the night with 5 runs and 4 RBIs at the Green Monster with a home run at each side of the plate which was a first in Blue Jays history. Watch as Cabrera smacks one way over. Your browser does not support iframes.   Malky Cabrera was originally signed by the New York Yankees. This is the last year in his $2 million ...

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It’s not everyday you see barehanded plays in baseball and it’s definitely something that you don’t learn in Little League. As players become more and more experienced, they build the hand-eye coordination that allows them to do this when time is running out to make a play. Earlier today Andrelton Simmons made a fantastic barehanded play for the Braves. He scooped a ball from short stop and thew a bullet to first, robbing Will Venable of a single if it would have gone to any other shortstop on any other team. Not to be outdone, Brewers Jean Segura and Mark Reynolds used a barehanded relay to get a runner out at third.  After backing up a fair ball in shallow right that bounced into foul territory, Mark Reynolds does a one handed recovery and lobs the ball to Segura who barehanded it to third base preventing a triple. Talk about team work. However fantastic ...

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Some people are bred to hate the Yankees. Nothing to the Yankees, including Derek Jeter but, it’s part of their makeup, their DNA. This morning Nike released a commercial that might change some of that, at least for a brief moment. In this epic commercial, you’ll see everyone from Michael Jordan to Tiger Woods tip their cap to the great #2 to honor him and his retirement this year. The ad spot was originally thought up using Jeter’s own routine in the batters box. This ad is a beautiful display of the respect that Derek Jeter had for the the game, his teammates and his opponents. There is no doubt, Derek Jeter is one classy dude. This minute and a half commercial will air in it’s entirety on July 16th during the ESPSY awards. Nike will cut the commercial by 30 seconds and will continue to air it in tribute to ...

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Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Jim Brown, Jackie Robinson and many others have helped make their sports great. Top athletes attract hundreds and thousands, if not even millions of fans, drive additional revenue for their teams and make history by doing amazing things only few people have the skills to do. Top athletes break records and drive others to be better. But, sometimes these records are too far beyond reach. Below are eight sports records that will probably never be broken.   1. 22,895 – Most receiving yards in a career by Jerry Rice During 20 seasons in the NFL, Jerry Rice, who played for the four teams including the San Francisco 49ers and the Oakland Raiders holds just about every possible receiving record including most receptions and points scored. The next closest player is Marvin Harrison who hasn’t played football since 2008. 2. 2,857 career goals by Wayne Gretzky After 20 years ...

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Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Matt Joyce defied all odds at batting practice this past Thursday. As the ball was pitched to him, he did what anyone else would do, he swung and hit the ball; this time with a big twist. The ball landed, with 1 in 1million odds right back into the pitching machine and was pitched right back to him again. You can see that Matt Joyce doesn’t even realize it until the after the ball is pitched right back to him. We’d like to see him try and pull this one off again.   ...

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On Wednesday night, the Nationals led the Astros by one run and had a runner on first base. Jayson Werth, after being walked, stole second and well…see what happened next below. Now if you look at another angle, he was clearly out but, this was a thing of beauty. To control your body into a slide like that takes some solid base running skills. Your browser does not support iframes. “There’s more than one way to win a game,” he said after the game, via the Post. “You can do it with your glove. You can do it with your bat. You can do it with your legs. I’m not nearly as fast as I used to be. I’m still as crafty. I didn’t get any hits tonight, but I feel like I did a lot to help my team win.” The Nationals went on to beat the Astros 6 ...

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  Dear  Adam Silver, Roger Goodell, coaches and team owners worldwide, Three weeks ago Donald Sterling came under fire for his racist and disgusting comments. He was fined $2.5 million and banned from the game and rightfully so. The commissioner came down hard and strong and it was the right decision. There is no place for racism, not just in sports, but anywhere amongst humanity. Something in the same category, but with worse physical repercussions is domestic abuse. The leniency that is given to them for their domestic abuse problems that happen all to often and go unpunished. Greg Hardy, the defensive end for the Carolina Panthers made headlines this week for “allegedly” giving a ‘woopin’ to his girlfriend, Nicole Holder because he was jealous of a past relationship she had with rapper Nelly. According to the police report Holder was thrown into a bathtub, then dragged across the floor by her ...

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The tiniest superhero in the world is back again! Batkid threw the first pitch for the San Francisco Giants’ home opener in front of a packed stadium at AT&T Park. We all know of Batkid because of his alter ego, Miles Scott. He is a 5-year-old, kindergartner who is currently in remission from leukemia. Earlier last year, San Francisco and the Make-A-Wish Foundation threw a massive, daylong celebration for the tiny superhero. Today, he entered the baseball park in a Batmobile-painted Lamborghini. As soon as the tiny caped crusader stepped out, he waved to the fans in the stadium. He was accompanied by his good friend Batman, take a look at his first pitch: It took a couple bounces, but the ball got there eventually! ...

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