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A Rare Cubs Highlight

Posted by: Josh Keown | August 11, 2015 at 9:00PM


“Back, back, back, back, back… someone call 911.”  – Chris Berman

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This Week's Raw Clips

Posted by: TK Kelly | April 23, 2014 at 1:20AM

Your weekly guide to the source material used in this week's episode of Tosh.0.


10 Creepy Sports Mascots

Posted by: TK Kelly | January 17, 2014 at 3:00PM

Professional and collegiate athletics represent the highest levels of competition and skill. Some say they also provide the only real drama left on TV. But for some reason, we've been led to believe that they wouldn't be complete without grown men running around in oversized, weirdly terrifying costumes.

Take our furry friend above; he's a truly fitting mascot because everyone knows how much bears love them some smooth jazz. Oh, and just so he looks less threatening and more mentally underdeveloped, let's be sure to put his tiny eyes super close together.

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Drunk Cubs Fan More Entertaining Than An Entire Game Of Baseball

Posted by: Carly Hallam | April 11, 2011 at 5:00PM

I know what you're going to say. You're going to say, FAKE and I'm going to say, yeah.

But so are these…

Do you love them any less?

[WBEZ via Terez Owens]



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Mr. T Tosses Opening Pitch at Wrigley Field

Posted by: Mike Pomranz | May 26, 2009 at 1:00PM

The iconic Mr. T took a lot of flak on ESPN (and, subsequently, on the net) after his appearance yesterday at Wrigley Field, throwing out the opening pitch for the Chicago Cubs on Memorial Day and leading the crowd in "Take Me Out to the Ball Game."

But give T a break.  The blame rests squarely on the Cubbies.  What the heck does Mr. T have to do with Memorial Day?  Wearing the stars and stripes as pants was the only way he could look relevant.  Sure, he briefly served in the Army, but is this really how the city of Chicago wants to pay their respects to America's fallen… with '80's nostalgia and empathetic ogling of a fallen celebrity?

"I pity the Cubs' promotional department's sensibilities."

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