We cannot let the Masturbation World Series slip by without breaking down this classic matchup in true Busted Coverage fashion. While other blogs are trying to figure out what Texas A&M to the SEC means for the future of college football, our editors have been watching Twitter for tweets relating to tonight's HUGE showdown. Dickey vs. Hand. Hand vs. Dickey. Folks, this is why the Internet was founded. For garbage like this. JUMP!
Could come down to who needs relief first in the battle of R.A. Dickey and Brad Hand at Joe Robbie tonight in what would be another worthless September baseball game. Instead, Dickey vs. Hand should be the Internet's dream come true on a slow Wednesday. As tipster @ABroadway00 wrote to us on Twitter, "Should be a strong finish..." And that's coming from a chick. Helluva battle coming with first pitch at 7. Don't miss it.
Pretty sure he pronounces it Anus. How 'bout them Yankees? Those guys are huge all around the globe, including Libya where we've now spotted two rebels sporting Yankees caps during their journey to killing or eliminating the Gadhafi clan. Maybe you remember this surface-to-air missile launcher from back in March. We efforted Anas Ahmed el Houderi's Facebook account to see what he think of A.J. Burnett. No dice. Seems Anas is too busy.
It's getting late in the baseball season but the boys at FanPhooey.com are still going strong with the screencaps. Today we get a peek at Rays pigtails & boob combo chick whom we instantly pegged as a jersey chaser or WAG. Why? Because that necklace seems to feature the number 58 or 53. Jeremy Hellickson wears #58. The only other 50-something on the roster would be #57 Jake McGee. Do your thing, BC Nation. email@example.com
The Milwaukee Brewers are rolling their way to a N.L. Central title and remind many observers of the 2004 Boston Red Sox who rode the 'Idiots' mantra to a World Series title, the team's first since 1918. Of course we all know that the Brewers franchise has never won a World Series so wearing cowboy gear on the plane ride last night from Houston to St. Louis should make the loyalists happy. Manager Ron Roenicke advised his team to have an outfit ready for the ride. The results - JUMP!
While the BC i-Team investigation unit has been busily tracking everything Oakland Raiders granny cheerleader Susie Sanchez, we'd be remissed to not provide you with the latest concerning another famous cheerleader. Tony LaRussa's daughter, Bianca, made her debut in her daddy's old stomping grounds in the preseason. Our investigation unit seems to think this is the first MLB manager-NFL cheerleading daughter combo in sports history. JUMP!
Star Wars dorks will unite in San Francisco this Sunday to take in a game of Alderaan's favorite pastime -- Giants baseball (R.I.P Alderaan). The Giants are holding Star Wars Day, which promises to be totally geektacular. It's a good thing the Dodgers didn't come up with this idea. Here are the details and a gallery of some of the hottest Slave Leias you'll ever see. Check it!
First off, what is it with you morons out there and foul balls. Want a MLB baseball? Go on eBay, buy one, hide it from your kid, take him to a Giants-Padres game, and mysteriously drop it in the stands where you then grab it, making your child think you are a hero. Yes, that sentence was ridiculous. Kudos to Albert Pujols last night as he jukes tubby out of a souvenir. Sit down, fatty. There are only two outs. Screencaps! JUMP!
Remember former Chicago Cubs slugger Sammy Sosa? Remember when he was black? So do we. He's a thing of the past. White Sammy Sosa is a thing of the present and White Sammy Sosa was photographed Sunday in New York stuffing bills in a belly dancer's skirt. Here's our tribute to one of the creepiest-looking dudes in the entire world. The greatest moments in Sammy Sosa white face history! JUMP!
Sorry for the delay this morning, but we're in New York for tonight's Jaime Edmondson/Cam Newton Pants Party. Again, it's open to all of you. $15 gets you 3 hours of top-shelf open bar. Full details - HERE. Other news this morning: Ron World Peace Artest will be on Dancing With The Stars and Michael Vick is on the verge of a 6-year, $100 million contract extension with the Eagles. Thanks to @Tony_Bosco for tatted Cubs fan. Such treasures, these people.
We figured you guys would have fun ranking these ladies on a Monday morning. The #1 seed is pretty much locked up. The rest are up for grabs so go wild, Busted Coverage Nation. In other news, it's the week all of us have been waiting for with great anticipation. College football kicks off Thursday night with UNLV at Wisconsin on ESPN. In other news, photos of Jaime Edmondson in Cam Newton's BCS pants drop today. Stay tuned.
A special thanks goes out to @R_BIZZLE_DJ for having his eyes open yesterday at Wrigley where he spotted McLovin 69 during a lovely Chicago afternoon. Just when you think the iconic McLovin has finally faded into the history of great post-teen movie characters, some drunk goes and gets a personalized jersey as a tribute to the Superbad bad ass. More McLovin jerseys - JUMP!
People Magazine dropped this news at 1:25 a.m. as a vulnerable New York City braced for Hurricane Irene - Derek Jeter and Minka Kelly are finished. Done. It's over. We'll still be friends. Bleacher Report instantly updated it "Hottest Derek Jeter WAGs Thrown Back To The Sea," post. "They care about each other and it was amicable," says a source. "They're still friends." Looks like an edit of his HBO special is in order.
John Fay of the Cincinnati Enquirer this afternoon tweeted a shot from Joe Robbie of another epic Marlins-Reds late August tilt. True, Hurricane Irene is nearing the area, but is expected to just bring nasty winds and rain - nothing too damaging. However, a combination of Irene fears & another sunny afternoon kept the loyal Marlins fans away. Fay & his cohorts counted 250 fans in attendance for the anthem. A late surge put the crowd at 300. JUMP!
Playboy's Miss September 2011 Tiffany Toth isn't a huge baseball fan, but she has some of the greatest chick stories about baseball you'll ever hear. Smuggling beer into an Angels game? Check. Good start, right? She also tells Busted Coverage 5 Questions Editor Joe Student that she likes to stay home and cook. Um, and she wants to eventually open a bakery. Did we mention she got naked for Playboy? It's like this chick was shot out of a cannon and right into our lives. JUMP!
According to @bubbaprog, the NESN crew was fascinated (closeup!) with this praying mantis last night in Kansas City. How much? Even Heidi Watney was giving sideline reports on her new subject. Totally good reason to have a sideline reporter at baseball games. "Let's go down to Heidi who has an interesting childhood story on this praying mantis." In other baseball news, Bryce Harper shredded his hammy last night in Akron. And in N.E. - 21 1st quarter points. Ho, hum.
Look, jerkoffs, when are you going to give it a break with the extra umpire behind home plate routine? It was funny in 2009, or whenever it happened in Toronto. Yeah, you'll get some run on ESPN and maybe even SportsNation, but that's it. What else went down last night in the sports world? Michael Vick, via an interview with Will Leitch, is out with comments about wanting a dog and how dog fighting wasn't that big of a deal. Fun times, indeed!
What do we have here? Back to back days of chicks failing at sports fandome. First it was Jets chicks cheering for the wrong team in a preseason football game and now comes Courtney. Here she is forcing WGN viewers to crane their necks to figure out what that damn sign says. As @bubbaprog tells us, this is the kind of shot WGN gets when it travels to Houston. No way Wrigley Cubs chick is failing this miserably, right? August baseball. Catch the fever.
The Chicago Tribune is reporting this week that the Field of Dreams house in Iowa is still for sale and the price of $5,400,000 has not changed and the owners have no interest in lowering it so you and the boys can destroy it. The field, built in 1988 by Universal Studios, has remained pretty much unchanged since Costner was told "People will come, Ray." 65,000 come each year. Time to build a t-shirt selling empire. Oh, and you get the two-bedroom house and the barns. JUMP!