Day: August 9, 2017

Willson Contreras Injures Hamstring, Disabled List Stint Expected

Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras injured his right hamstring during the 8th inning of Wednesday’s game against the San Francisco Giants. Contreras pulled up about 10 feet short of first base after grounding to third, grabbing his hamstring and hopping in pain towards the bag before collapsing to the ground in shallow right. Contreras has been without a doubt the best player on the Cubs since the All-Star break, recently batting 10-22 with 5 home runs and 13 RBI’s over the past 6 games, also being named the National League Player of the Week last week. Contreras is scheduled...

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Russia And Canada Swap Talent For Brawls With Early Showcase Of NHL-Less Olympic Hockey

In a preseason game between Russia-2 and Canada, the two teams WENT AT IT, giving us the first taste of how the 2018 Olympics are going to be without NHL players being allowed to play: Even though it's just a preseason for Team Russia-2 and Team Canada, it's still good old time 🇷🇺 vs 🇨🇦 game. #SochiHockeyOpen — KHL (@khl_eng) August 7, 2017 This is highly against the rules in international competition. #SochiHockeyOpen — Steven Ellis (@StevenEllisNHL) August 7, 2017 I know the talent is going to go down for certain, but it is going to be really...

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Christian Hackenberg Kicked Out Of Practice (TWICE!!!) For Not Knowing How To Break Huddle

While the infamous “Butt Fumble” will forever get more shine as the most embarrassing moment in Jets history for obvious reasons, this story may just crack the Mount Rushmore: Jets story or the JETSIEST story (h/t @samschube) — Drew Magary (@drewmagary) August 7, 2017 The last sentence in this report is LAUGH OUT LOUD hilarious. I don’t think the words “resilience” and “long-term quarterback” have ever left a single human’s mouth when talking about the Hack. The Jets are bound to have one of the worst seasons in NFL history; this story is the sign at the door....

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Let Me B-Frank Podcast: August 9th

This week Brian & Pete ask why Jay Cutler can’t continue to fulfill his broadcasting duties on the field, the bat flips of the Little League World Series and negotiating a brand merger between Starbury & Big Baller Brand. Top 5 this week is everyone’s stereotypical little league experiences. Anyone who rates, reviews & subscribes will receive naming rights to our first born’s. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShare this:PrintTweetEmailLike this:Like...

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