Friday, April 18, 2014

Hockey Injury Selfies Are the New Thing: Ryan Getzlaf After Puck to the Face

Anaheim Duck, Ryan Getzlaf took a puck to the face in the closing seconds of the Ducks first playoff game against the Dallas Stars.  After the puck to the face comes the selfie, which his brother Chris posted to twitter.

Mike Tyson Throws Out First Pitch Then Bites His Catcher's Ear

Mike Tyson was in Pittsburgh, so naturally he would throw out the first pitch of the Pirates game, naturally.  Tyson awkwardly threw the pitch to Pittsburgh's, Tony Sanchez, then while posing for pictures pretends like he's biting his ear.

Yasiel Puig Drops Routine Fly Ball

Yasiel Puig had himself an interesting afternoon in San Francisco.  The Dodgers right fielder dropped an "routine" fly ball to right, after looking a bit too relaxed, then picked the ball up and still got the force out at second.  He then makes an incredible over the shoulder catch on a wind guided line drive.  Just to add that little extra love/hate for those who love and/or hate him, check it out.

The Kings End the Season with Some Boyz II Men

How else should you end the season?  It was a disappointing one for the Sacramento Kings, who aren't playing any playoff basketball this year.  Still they found a way to have fun, Extra Mustard:

Hornets Hate Golf Too

Pablo Larrazabal was attacked by hornets at the Malaysian Open and was forced to jump in the water to get away from them.  Despite being stung over 20 times he did continue, via CBS New York:
“I didn’t know what to do. My caddie told me to run, so I start running like a crazy guy, but the hornets were still there, so the other players told me to jump in the lake,” Larrazabal said. “I ran to the lake, threw my scorecard down, took off my shoes and jumped in the water. It was the scariest moment of my career, for sure. I’ve never been so scared.”

Yankees Announcer John Sterling Lost His Mind After Solarte's Home Run

Yangervis Solarte hit his first major league home run against Tampa Bay last night.  After the home run John Sterling, the Yankees radio announcer momentarily lost his mind and broke out in song.

Yankees Turn a Triple Play

The New York Yankees had everything working on Thursday night against the Tampa Bay Rays.  They took care of business at the plate and with the glove.  The Yankees beat the Rays 10-2 and turned a triple play.