Last week, one Detroit Tigers fan had a little bit too much to drink during the Tigers’ 5-3 victory over the Baltimore Orioles.
After getting ejected from the game for some unknown reason (let’s take a stab in the dark and say public drunkenness), the fella in the red jacket got the ultimate walk-off as his sober friend carried him up a flight of stairs followed by a small army of security guards
Check out this Boston mother who was none too pleased with a referee’s handling of a hockey brawl between two youth hockey teams. She walks right onto the ice to argue with the referee and shake her finger at him multiple times.
After winning the 3,000-meter steeplechase race at the European Championships in Helsinki, Finland, French runner Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad naturally got hyped. It was just too bad for the mascot that found herself in the middle of it.
Over the weekend, the final game of the “Battle Of The Bay” series between the Oakland Athletics and the San Francisco Giants ended in spectacular fashion with Oakland rookie Derek Norris hitting a walk-off homer to steal a win for the Athletics.
Picture this, you’re sitting in your car and another driver cuts you off on the highway. Ever had the desire to ram his car with yours? Well, one stock car driver decided to get his revenge in just that fashion.
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