Posted July 12, 2013 10:24 AM
Updated July 12, 2013 11:19 AM

“Hot Tamale”

White Sox-Tigers :: Getty Images

White Sox-Tigers :: Getty Images

The Tigers and White Sox had one of those fake baseball fights yesterday where everyone rushes the field and moves around but nothing physical happens. However, the bad blood did lead to Detroit outfielder Torii Hunter making odd sound effects and speaking gibberish in his postgame interview.

No Kid Gloves Here

Wizards forward Martell Webster doesn’t believe in sugarcoating things for his children. If you’re coloring outside the lines, he’s going to call you out.

Another Blow To Tradition

Sad news out of Chicago. Wrigley Field, one of the last remaining old-school gems when it comes to baseball stadiums, is getting a big, electronic Jumbotron.

Cassie Scerbo

Cassie Scerbo :: Imeh Akpanudosen/Getty Images

Cassie Scerbo, one of the stars of SyFy’s Sharknado (more on Sharknado below), has to be featured today. … Here is the latest photoshoot form model Gio Ott. … Victoria’s Secret model Lindsay Ellingson is showing off the company’s new line.

But Which Is Which?

Peyton and Eli Manning have gone ’80s for their newest commercial.


If you were on Twitter last night, you know that Sharknado ruled the night, which only makes sense since the lead actors were Ian Ziering and Tara Reid. (You can check my feed for some ridiculous thoughts on the cinematic masterpiece) And now the Internet has come through with a celebrity Tweets roundup, GIFs and a Jim Ross mashup.

Live TV Video Of The Day

All this local newscast was trying to do is inform people that they should wear sunscreen (because that’s really unknown information) when this happened.

Jimmy Kimmel Video Of The Day

Here is the latest installment of This Week In Unnecessary Censorship.

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Wrigley is not a "gem" by any stretch.  It's a decrepit, crumbling dump with badly oriented seats, pillars blocking your view and bathrooms from 1920.


@josephfinn Amen! The entire underside of that stadium smells like 50-year-old urine. People let nostalgia interfere with their perception of reality. Both Wrigley and Fenway should have been torn down years ago. Heck, even the Yankees finally wised up and built a new stadium. It's not just a money-grab, people, these buildings have a shelf life.