Koji Uehara retired the final five Detroit batters to clinch Boston’s 4-3 win in Game 5 of the American League Championship. It was the third time this postseason that Uehara had to work 1+ innings and closing out the Tigers was especially important because the top of the Tigers’ lineup was looming. So many emotions. So much relief. Someone needed to hold Koji Uehara. Hold him tight and never let go. Thank you, David Ross.
J.J. Watt did not look happy to lose this bet.
Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall received a disgusting, racist letter this week.
Recently retired Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and elusive rapper/producer MF DOOM feels like a match made in heaven. (…)
Kevin Youkilis Fires Off Response to News Donald Trump Considering Bobby Valentine For Japanese Ambassador Position
Youkilis and Valentine didn’t end the 2012 season on the best of terms after Valentine managed the Red Sox.
Like father, like son.
Al Del Greco spent 17 seasons as a kicker in the NFL and now he’s the golf coach at Alabama’s Samford University. Why (…)
The dancing punter and reality show tight end are a match made in heaven.