Posted October 15, 2013 11:00 AM
Updated October 15, 2013 11:10 AM

Lightning Rod

Yasiel Puig :: Harry How/Getty Images

Yasiel Puig :: Harry How/Getty Images

Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig has quickly become a player you either love or hate. If you love him, you got a kick out of watching him unleash as lethal bat flip and admire his RBI triple before going nuts as he got to third base. If you hate him, you think his actions were deplorable. Either way, here is the GIF and video.


Quote Of The Day

“He’s supposed to be protect and serve. This son of a gun’s got his hands up! Help me, then cheer, fool!” That was Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter on the Boston cop who cheered as David Ortiz‘s home run and Hunter both flew over Fenway Park’s right-field wall on Sunday night.


History Lesson

LSU coach Les Miles opened his Monday press conference with some remarks about Columbus Day and it was a delicious mix of insane and funny.

Emily Ratajkowski :: Noam Galai/Getty Images

Emily Ratajkowski :: Noam Galai/Getty Images

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Subdued Intenseness

That’s the only way to describe Philip Riversreaction to the Chargers win last night.


Better Than “Dog Ate My Homework”

A bird stole Manu Ginobli‘s contract.


Eavesdropping On Kid Video Of The Day

This youngster was having some stomach issues and decided to talk to himself about what caused the problem.


Mashup Video Of The Day

Rappers really like to introduce themselves.

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5 comments
BY
BY

I thought Les gave a great answer to an idiot question.

Kapmak
Kapmak

As a person who has no feelings toward Puig.  As long as he didn't hit it out of the park, I would tried to engage him in conversation about what a great hit he had and tried to hold him to a double or single.  Only thing he hurt by doing those things was his team if the Cards could score more than zero runs.  

Kapmak
Kapmak

I hear you Torii but  that cop is patroling the bullpen at Fenway Park, I have to think he is a well-connected guy who was not particularly good and serving and protecting out on the streets.

Charles58
Charles58

@Kapmak I think there is an exemption from having to protect and serve members of the visiting team. I thought he exercised good professional judgement by letting Hunter land on his head before acknowledging his presence in the bullpen.

train805
train805

Arent they usually trying to break up fights between the fans and the bullpen pitchers? I thought the cop showing emotion in the moment was fine, but he never "sprung" into action. Once he put his hands down, he took a couple steps, and then stopped as the players were already on it. How was the cop cheering more than the players? Torii is always good for some soundbites.