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Torii Hunter Jr.: Prospect Profile for Los Angeles Angels' 23rd-Round Pick

Player: Torii Hunter Jr. Position: OF DOB: June 7, 1995 (21 years old) Height/Weight: 6'2", 180 lbs Bats/Throws: R/R School: Notre Dame Previously Drafted: 2013 (36th round, DET) Background A 4-star wide receiver recruit out of high school, per 247Sports, Torii Hunter Jr. Show More Summary

NWSL Week 8 preview: Boston Breakers acknowledge that they have a problem

After head coach Matt Beard wrote an open letter acknowledging that things haven't been going that well in Boston, the Breakers will need to step up in a tough game against the Spirit. Plus, Chicago and Portland meet for the first time this season with first place on the line. Show More Summary

The Giants are practicing to classic TV show theme songs

The Giants are taking to the practice fields to the theme songs of classic TV shows like Friends, Sanford and Son, and the Price Is Right. Different coaches have different approaches to music in the locker room and on the field, but the New York Giants have an entirely unique playlist. Show More Summary

Bo Bichette: Prospect Profile for Blue Jays' 2nd-Round Pick

Player: Bo Bichette Position: 2B/SS DOB: March 5, 1998 (18 years old) Height/Weight: 6'1", 200 lbs Bats/Throws: R/R School: Lakewood High School (FL) College Commitment: Arizona State Background The son of 14-year MLB veteran Dante Bichette...Show More Summary

LeBron James guarding Draymond Green changed everything for the Cavaliers

How did the Cavaliers disrupt the Warriors' offensive flow? By flipping the matchups and sticking LeBron on Draymond Green. The easy way to explain the Cavaliers' 30-point victory in Game 3 of the NBA Finals is that they played hard and the Warriors didn't. Show More Summary

Madison Bumgarner Flashing October Form Now Is Scary Proposition for Rest of MLB

The San Francisco Giants' Madison Bumgarner is one of the best left-handers in baseball. He's a three-time All-Star, a three-time champion and a National League Championship Series and World Series MVP. Here's a scary thought for opposing...Show More Summary

Snoop Dogg airmailed a first pitch almost as bad as 50 Cent

A lot of people have thrown out really bad first pitches at baseball games. So many, their is an entire YouTube video devoted to their antics. You can now add Snoop Dogg to that list. You have to keep your head on a swivel during the first pitch. Show More Summary

NBA players swatting the crap out of kids, ranked by viciousness

NBA players are often in the position of guarding little kids at charity events or wherever. While the kids would surely like to have a lifelong memory of "scoring" on an NBA player, sometimes the guys with extreme height advantages just can't resist. Here's a ranking of NBA players swatting the ever-loving crap out of some innocent children. 1. Show More Summary

Yordano Ventura and the all-heel Major League Baseball team of super villains

People sure don't like Yordano Ventura. That's a lot of fun! Let's build a team of Yordano Venturas. Yordano Ventura was punched in the face on Tuesday, and the Internet applauded. I'm not saying that makes it right. I'm not saying it's anything but ghoulish to want another human being to suffer physical harm. Show More Summary

MLB Trade Ideas Based on Week 10 News, Rumors and Speculation

Baseball players are human beings, not cyborgs sent from the future to destroy Sarah Connor. As a result, they get injured—some more seriously than others—and it's that unfortunate reality that is the driving force behind some of the...Show More Summary

2016 MLB Rookies Already Going Toe-to-Toe with Historic 2015 Class

The MLB rookie class of 2016 has a lot to live up to. Last year's class, after all, was historically loaded. Let's just rattle off a list of names to refresh your memory: Kris Bryant, Carlos Correa, Francisco Lindor, Noah Syndergaard, Joc Pederson, Matt Duffy, Kyle Schwarber, Maikel Franco, Miguel Sano, Jung Ho Kang. Show More Summary

Yeah, the Cavs are pretty much toast

Really trying to figure out how they're not. Watch on YouTube | Subscribe to SB Nation on YouTube

This first-person wingsuit video looks like something out of 'Star Wars'

Back in September two wingsuit fliers captured the imagination (and made our stomachs churn) with their ludicrous death-defying flight through trees and over rocky outcrops. Now, Graham Dickinson and Dario Zanon's popular video has been...Show More Summary

Lil B says Kevin Durant signing with the Warriors won't save him from the Based God curse

Lil B talked to us about Kevin Durant's recent playoff loss and why the Based God isn't showing him any mercy. When Kevin Durant lost Game 7 to the Golden State Warriors after the Oklahoma City Thunder had gone up three games to one, Lil B wasn't surprised. Show More Summary

Chase Utley Gets Last Laugh as Dodgers-Mets Rivalry Intensifies

It was already clear the New York Mets had beef with the Los Angeles Dodgers, and then Chase Utley happened. Sorry, that should read Chase Utley happened again. About seven months have passed since Utley riled the Mets with his takeout...Show More Summary

Sheffield Wednesday is 1 game from the Premier League, and last season they stole my heart

Two years ago, I went to England and fell in love with the Owls. Now, they're one match away from the Premier League (Saturday, 12 p.m. ET, beIN Sports). Soccer landmarks are strange. We know the stadiums we know for all sorts of reasons. "Here's Anfield. Show More Summary

NWSL Week 7 preview: Which teams will fare best without USWNT players?

Some teams are built for it, while others will take some big hits, but with every team will losing some key players this week thanks to a USWNT camp, week seven could bring some interesting results. We knew coming in to the 2015 season...Show More Summary

This fan was so excited to get a foul ball, he did Ric Flair's dance

Thursday night's Brewers-Braves game got hit with a lengthy rain delay, and while a delay that long would deter most fans from staying in the ballpark, a few stuck around to see this one to the end. Luckily, one fan's patience paid off as he managed to catch a foul ball off a Tyler Flowers hit. He was so excited about it, he did the Ric Flair strut. WOOOOOO!

Mike Moustakas' ACL Tear Is Massive Blow to Royals' Repeat Title Hopes

Chances are the Kansas City Royals weren't going to repeat as MLB champions no matter what. Don't get mad, Royals fans —that's just clear-eyed history. Since 1979, baseball has seen two teams win more than one World Series in a row.Show More Summary

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