The Milwaukee Brewers were down 8-1 to the St. Louis Cardinals in the bottom of the fifth inning on Saturday, and Carlos Gomez fell victim to an Adam Wainwright breaking ball, striking out to end the inning. 

Naturally, Gomez was upset with his bat and tried to take out his frustrations, but it didn't work out like he planned. He went to break his bat not once, but three timesand failed.  

You've got to give credit to Gomez for not giving up right away, but he finally settled for the bat-and-helmet slam as he headed back to the dugout. Nothing seemed to go Gomez's or the Brewers' way, as the Cardinals rolled to a 10-2 victory, extending Milwaukee's losing streak to seven games. 

Maybe next time, Carlos. 


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Andrew Wiggins' first day in the NBA was a pretty good one.

Wiggins' 18 points helped lead the Cleveland Cavaliers to a 70-68 victory over Jabari Parker and the Milwaukee Bucks in his NBA Summer League debut on Friday.

As happy as Wiggins was with the victory, he was even more giddy that LeBron James had decided to join the Cavaliers.

Here's a look at the top two picks in the 2014 NBA draft going head-to-head as professionals for the first time:

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Never thought you'd be able to get your hands on the World Cup trophy? 

Maybe you can. Well, at least in rock form. 

A national park in Thailand renowned for its oddly shaped rocks has been attracting visitors as of late because of one rock that very closely resembles the World Cup trophy. 

So if you don't feel like painting your arms and face to resemble the Cup, head to Pa Hin Ngam in the Chaiyaphum province in Thailand. 

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LeBron James' decision to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers will be a lucrative one for him, but the true beneficiary will be the Cavs franchise from a monetary perspective.

James announced Friday via a Sports Illustrated feature with Lee Jenkins that he was leaving the Miami Heat and "coming home." LeBron and Cavaliers fans seem thrilled by the situation; however, Cavs owner Dan Gilbert may trump them all.

According to Scott Soshnick of Bloomberg, LeBron's return to Cleveland means the Cavaliers are now worth more than $1 billion, which is nearly double what they were worth without James in the fold.

LeBron will have an impact on everything from ticket sales to merchandise sales, which makes him an incredible asset for the organization, per Soshnick.

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With LeBron James coming home to Ohio and the Cleveland Cavaliers, Skylar Grey's "Coming Home" has been the welcome-back song heard on many promotions and videos.

With so many people using her song to welcome James back, Grey decided to remix her song to incorporate lyrics about LeBron and the Cavaliers.

Grey is not from Cleveland but is apparently happy to see James back in his home state.


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Milwaukee's Giannis Antetokounmpo, aka The Greek Freak, showed off his incredible strides in games before, but it never ceases to be amazing. 

In an NBA Summer League game against the Cleveland Cavaliers, Antetokounmpo needed just two dribbles to go from the opposite three-point line to a fast-break dunk 

OK, so this was probably a travel, but who cares—summer league!


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LeBron James' return to Cleveland means a few fans who were bitter about his departure to Miami four years ago have to find their old jerseys. 

One fan who may have set his old jersey ablaze in 2010 was ready to show he accepted LeBron back into his life at a baseball game, wearing a tattered James jersey with a hat to match. 


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"And that's an easy play...oh, he missed him!" 

The play-by-play announcer says it all, as Cincinnati's Billy Hamilton pulled off one of the most elusive moves of the season to avoid a tag from Pittsburgh's Gaby Sanchez and get on first. 

With what appeared to be an easy out coming, Hamilton did a full hesitation move to avoid the tag and dive for first base. 


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The Cleveland Cavaliers' Anthony Bennett seriously underwhelmed as a No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NBA draft, but he looked very comfortable on a dunk at his 2014 NBA Summer League debut. 

Perhaps Bennett has grown up a little, or perhaps he's trying to show he can contribute on the floor with the newest member of the Cavaliers, LeBron James. Either way, it's good to see the former No. 1 pick showing off his athleticism. 


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While catching passes in the NFL, Chad "Ochocinco" Johnson made a name for himself with his over-the-top touchdown celebrations. Years later, now as a member of the CFL's Montreal Alouettes, he's still all about the theatrics. 

Johnson scored his first career CFL touchdown Friday—a 46-yard haul from former Ohio State Heisman-winning quarterback Troy Smith—to momentarily put his team ahead of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. After hitting paydirt, Johnson proceeded to hug the referee, as if to say "I'm so happy to be back."

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