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Marshawn Lynch Gives, uh, Impassioned Speech to Keep A's in Oakland

The Raiders running back showed up to Oakland City Hall in shorts and flip flops to speak (briefly) on behalf of the A's.


MLB Pitcher Helps Rescue Puppies Stuck in Houston Storm Drain

Oakland A's pitcher Daniel Mengden, a Houston native, was on his way home when he saw a bunch of people trying to rescue puppies stuck in a storm drain. So he decided to jump in.


Yankees Fan and A's Fan He Threw Beer at Are Friends Now

The New York Yankees fan made up for his dick move to the Oakland A's fan by giving him drinks the proper way—on a night out in Brooklyn.


Yankees Fans Are Dicks Again

From throwing beers to taking rude selfies, Yankees fans didn't handle their blowout Wild Card victory with an ounce of sportsmanship.


The Brady Feigls are Baseball's Spiderman Meme

Two professional baseball players are both named Brady Feigl, look alike, wear glasses, and are the same height.


The Best of MLB's Players Weekend Nicknames

Among the best nicknames: Harrison Bader "Tots," Joey "Pico de" Gallo, Shane "Not Justin" Bieber, and Brad Boxberger's will blow you away.


Remember When MC Hammer Was a Bat Boy for the Oakland A's​?

On Opening Day of the MLB season, we look back at the baseballingest rapper of them all, MC Hammer, who got a taste for the executive life long before "U Can't Touch This."


The Oakland A's, Existential Uncertainty, and Billy Beane's New Gamble

The Oakland A's made a classic baseball gamble in the name of a World Series run, but forgoing their usual philosophy has yielded no less uncertainty.


Why You're Wrong to Hate the Yankees

At least New York spends the money it has.


The MLB Trade Deadline and the Media's Race to the Bottom

Hot stove action brings out the worst in reporters.


MLB Failed Glenn Burke but Won't Fail Its Next Gay Player

Major League Baseball doesn't have a gay player, but they're taking steps to ensure that it won't be a big deal when they do.


Billy Beane Is Not Human

Billy Beane's op-ed about the future of sport unfortunately reveals a very narrow viewpoint.