Pittsburgh Pirates third baseman Pedro Alvarez hit his National League-leading 33rd home run of the year last night. It required an obscene amount of running. Alvarez was able to circle the bases for a rare inside-the-park dinger after his shot to deep right-center bounded off the top of the wall and back toward the infield. His teammates Russell Martin and Garrett Jones then hit traditional over-the-fence home runs in succession to show Alvarez all the aerobic exercise was quite unnecessary.
Aaron Rodgers Calls Out Dennis Dodd for Complaining About Not Getting an Interview After Wisconsin's Win
Seriously, this is some major whining by Dodd.
Saturday night thriller.
Breaking it down like a math equation.
A shooting night for the ages against a great defensive team has Wisconsin back in the Final 4.