Charlie Hodson

Hilarious Cubs Fan Mimics Blowjobs During Game

I know not many of us were watching the Cubs game a couple of nights ago, but if you waited until the ninth inning you were in for a real treat.  Usually, dudes sitting behind home plate waiving and talking on their cellphones really bother me, but not this guy.  He gets ushered out by […]

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NHL Lockout Indifference

With the realistic possibility that the NHL will endure a second lockout in the past decade, it seems believable that this Lockout talk is really just a ploy to give some attention to the NHL.  Seriously, when is the last time you ever talked about the NHL outside of the playoffs?  Never.  Instead of forcing […]

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Maryland Delegate Needs to Get a Kluwe

Punter’s never get any credit on the field, so the only way for Viking’s punter Chris Kluwe to get some publicity is to do something off the field.  Recently, former Bears and now Ravens linebacker Brendon Ayanbadejo spoke out to support an initiative to legalize gay marriage in Maryland.  In response to Ayanbadejo’s comments, Maryland state […]

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Sox Fan Crying About Youkilis Trade

I love the intensity of this little kid crying over his favorite player Brent Lillibridge being traded to the Red Sox.  Brent has always been one of my personal Sox bench players, especially because he is one of the few guys on the team who updates his twitter page regularly.  No doubt that Brent is […]

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Will Ferrell Pitching

I don’t know how I missed this, but meet Billy Ray “Rojo” Johnson, who had a brief stint as a relief pitcher for the Round Rock Express, a AAA affiliate of the Texas Rangers.  According to the team’s official bio on Rojo, he was born in East Texas but was raised in Venezuela.  He served time […]

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A.J. Pierzynski All-Star Controversy

Pierzynski is the guy that all players love to hate, unless you are on his team.  He is the hard-nosed, arrogant, and boisterous starting catcher for the Sox who always finds himself amid controversy.  Whether it is purposely sliding in spikes-up on the base paths, trash-talking during games, or getting punched in the face by […]

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Chicago MLB All Stars 2012

To the surprise of many Chicagoans, the Cubs and White Sox both are sending more than one player to the mid-Summer classic in Kansas City this year.  Beginning with the Cubs, Starlin Castro was a no-brainer to get his second consecutive All-Star game invitation.  Castro leads all shortstops in the National League in hits, average, […]

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