Topic: Twitter

March 14, 2014

Get to know what is possibly the first tweet to challenge for a Best American Sporpswriting award.

October 23, 2013

At it's best, it's ike following a real-time, real-life Friday Night Lights, right down to the appreciation of the mundane, the athletic struggles, the triumphs, irrational fans, obnoxious competitors and loving marriages.

October 17, 2013

There are many good reasons why a baseball card company wouldn't hire sex creep/photographer Terry Richardson to shoot photos for a set of cards. Here are an uncomfortable number of those reasons.

September 20, 2013

SYH

As stupid late-night Twitter games go, Spoonerizing baseball player names -- Bob Welch --> Wob Belch, and that sort of thing -- is pretty good. Now, finally, finally, a spoonerism-crazed nation has the caseball bards it craves.

September 19, 2013

The founder of Bleacher Report is a goon for the ages, but got very rich because he founded Bleacher Report. He's working on a woman-centric website now, and is no less goonish than he ever was. So why, beyond his goonishness and ridiculous wealth, is Bryan Goldberg so vexing?

May 29, 2013

Because it feels like home, and because it is enveloping, being a devoted fan of Major League Baseball can be an intensely comforting thing, especially when confronted with the unfamiliar. But, at some point, we all have to leave home.

May 2, 2013

Crowdsourcing the answer to one of the more vexing questions for any writer. With a helpful infographic.

April 10, 2013

War Machine washed out of both the UFC and the porn business because of his constant, unwavering rage issues and violent bro-tendencies. But he's still on Twitter, challenging our own Tomas Rios to fights. So he's got that going for him.

April 1, 2013

Pete Gaines said something stupid on Twitter over the weekend, then spent the better part of the day being cyberbullied by a sure-thing first-ballot Hall of Famer and his online sycophants. This is his story.

March 25, 2013

In loving memory of the strange, short-lived ghost Twitter feed of supremely opinionated CBS Sports basketball commentator Doug Gottlieb. File under: MAJOR SCOOPS.