MLB

Jose Canseco Teaches ‘Comets 101′ on Twitter After Philae Landing

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Jose Canseco’s Twitter account is worth a follow, especially when the former MLB slugger and chief steroid accuser starts tweeting about various occurrences. Following yesterday’s announcement that the Philae spacecraft had landed on a comet, Canseco was fired up and took to the social networking site to share some bizarre thoughts on comets: Comet Transport is

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MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL

10 Professional Athletes That Have Played for the Most Teams

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While some professional athletes spend 10-plus seasons of their careers with one organization, that type of stability is extremely rare and most guys are forced to pack up their belongings multiple times throughout a three, five or ten year career. As the seemingly never-ending game of transactional chess carries on every year, there are hundreds of players

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Media, MLB

Curt Schilling Won’t Stop Arguing Against Evolution On Twitter

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It is currently 9:27 p.m. on the West Coast and Curt Schilling, who started arguing with random Twitter users about the theory of evolution at roughly 6 p.m, is still going. I’m not going to explain the absurdity of Curt Schilling’s night because his tweets can explain it much better. So here you go. Enjoy.

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MLB

The Best Photos From The San Francisco Giants World Series Celebration

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The Giants won the World Series last night and that meant that about fifty billion hugs were exchanged and half the champagne in the United States was consumed/spilled/poured in one locker room. Even though it’s the Giants third World Series victory in five years, the team celebrated like it’s been their first in an eternity

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MLB

Barry Bonds Was Partying With Giants Fans Outside Of AT&T Park Last Night

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Barry Bonds just showed up outside AT&T Park to celebrate #SFGIANTS #WorldSeriesChampions @kron4news pic.twitter.com/6Hp2dpCc7M — Chuck Clifford (@chuckclifford) October 30, 2014 San Francisco Giants fans still love Barry Bonds. While the prodigious slugger may be reviled in just about every other corner of America for things ranging from BALCO to general aloofness with fans and

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