These motherfuckers must be spiking their Lucky Charms with Human Growth Hormone because they have absolutely demolished any pitcher they’ve faced so far. Currently it’s the bottom of the 2nd inning against Nathan Eovaldi and they’ve launched 3 solo homers. They scored 12 runs on 5 home runs last night on Opening Day. These crazy sons of bitches are just destroying everything they see and it’s not fun to watch as a Sox fan. They might win every single game this season. They could put a 5th grader on the mound and still hit enough home runs a game to win every single game this season. We are witnessing history, folks. The Seattle Slammers would also be way cooler than the Bronx Bombers, mainly because they have to hit the ball significantly longer to get it out of T-Mobile Stadium. Just absolute insanity.
This shit right here is why I love football, just as much happens in the off season as it does in the regular, granted this years off season movement began with a Robert Kraft tug job.
Shoutout to the DameTime! Network, a podcast network run by my good buddy Duke Large. I’m going to be starting my own podcast called Just Dingers with two other dudes. We’ll be talking all the hot shit about the MLB and I’ll probably give some hot takes. If you enjoy my blogs, then definitely check out the podcast too. I’ll be posting a link when the podcast is up and running. Stay tuned folks ⚾️
Antonio Brown just posted this picture some 5 minutes ago on Twitter
LeBron James achieves another impressive milestone last night, only needing 13 points to pass MJ on the list and ended up scoring 31 in the loss to the Nuggets. This gives basketball fans another chance to argue who is ultimately the greatest of all time. Is it Jordan? Is it James?
Opening Day is just a few weeks away and I can smell the sweet scents of freshly cut grass and pine tar. Baseball season is upon us, and all the people who don’t care about it can slob on a knob. Following the recent free agent signings of Machad-hoe and Harper, we can finally start predicting how the season will go. This will be a lengthy blog, so stop reading now if your attention span can’t handle it.
This guy is a good dude. After wearing number 34 with the Nationals since 2012 he’s deciding to wear a different number after signing with the Phillies on a 13 year, 330 million dollar death sentence.