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Some minor league teams have come up with crazy uniforms in the past, but the El Paso Chihuahuas (the Triple-A affiliates of the San Diego Padres) have taken their nickname to the extreme.

Most of the jerseys we have seen in the past have honored classic movies or television shows. This jersey may be the first of its kind.

El Paso is going all out for its "Bark at the Park" night on Aug. 3. Not only will the players wear these uniforms, but the first 2,000 fans in the stadium will also receive Chico bobbleheads.

The jerseys will be auctioned off after the game, with the proceeds going to the Humane Society of El Paso.

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Offseasons can be lonely, but thanks to social media, NBA teams can still have some fun with each other.

The Phoenix Suns and the Philadelphia 76ers are the latest teams to show just how enjoyable Twitter can be. To make things even better, their conversation was centered around The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.

So now we know why the 76ers drafted Nerlens Noel last year.

[Twitter, h/t NBA on TNT]


UPDATE: July 17 at 4:45 p.m. ET.

Minihane has posted a statement on the WEEI website apologizing for his remarks concerning Andrews.

Minihane also tweeted his apologies.

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Baseball fans and the sports media nearly ran out of pitchforks Tuesday night after St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright told reporters he had purposely served up choice offerings for Derek Jeter at the MLB All-Star Game.

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Richard Sherman, Darrelle Revis and Patrick Peterson may all believe that they are the best cornerback in the NFL, but none of them have backed up their claims to the level that Brandon Flowers did.

The San Diego Chargers cornerback recently declared on national television that he was the best at his position. Fox Sports' Aja Dang was able to get him to go all out in order to prove that he really believed what he said.

Flowers didn't back down and ended up getting a new tattoo to show just how much he believed in himself.

No matter who you think is the best cornerback in the NFL, it's tough not to respect Flowers' confidence.

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Detroit Lions star Ndamukong Suh has been involved in his fair share of incidents since coming into the NFL, and some of his actions on the field can lead to awkward encounters off the field.

Flashback to Thanksgiving Day 2011—the day that Suh pushed Green Bay Packers guard Evan Dietrich-Smith's head into the ground and stomped on him as he got up.

After the game, Packers guard T.J. Lang was one of the most vocal players on the incident. 

Suh and Lang have apparently not cleared the air at all since the incident, so that set up an awkward encounter on American Muscle. Lang didn't want to be anywhere near Suh, not even to take a picture.

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Gabrielle Union is glad fiance Dwyane Wade is staying in Miami.

After all, it’s where he came to fame and where he forged his legacy, and leaving would mean abandoning their home. Even worse, she would have to get a new driver’s license, which means standing in line at the modern American hellscape that is the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Union showed approval for Wade’s new contract with the Miami Heat on Tuesday by Instagramming a picture of Wade standing in front of the Heat's three championship banners. 

She captioned the image "#HeatLifer #Sacrifice … And have you ever had to go to the DMV and stand in those long ass lines to change your license?!! We ain’t movin NO WHERE!! Lol…"


Reigning Major League Soccer MVP Mike Magee has teamed up with a host of American stars to create a parody of the iconic movie Ferris Bueller's Day Off, recreated as Mike Magee's Day Off.

The MLS promotion features Magee getting out of training by taking a page out of Bueller's book.

American goalkeeper Hope Solo plays opposite Magee as his adversary (Bueller's sister), while the likes of Thierry Henry and former USMNT boss Bruce Arena make cameos. 


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Anyone who wants to see Derek Jeter's final regular-season game at Yankee Stadium had better be willing to pay up.

Unless the New York Yankees make the playoffs, Jeter will play his final game at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 25 against the Baltimore Orioles. The shortstop has played his entire 20-year career with the Yankees, so it will be a very big night at the ballpark.

As of July 16, the cheapest ticket to the game on StubHub will cost you nearly $200. If you think that's a lot, that's nothing compared to some of the other tickets listed.

Here's what the most expensive ticket is going for:


At first, there were 32 wishful sides hoping to hoist the World Cup trophy. 

Now, there's just one. 

And one incredibly simple but perfect GIF sums up the entire tournament in one sequence. 

[Ohdios.net, via Reddit]


Julian de Stoop was just trying to do his job.

The Fox Sports News correspondent was in Melbourne reporting from outside the headquarters of AFL club Collingwood when two punks ran into his live shot. They were carrying a golden obelisk and yelling about some guy named Larry, and they most certainly were not welcome.

Irritated but unruffled, De Stoop gave the nearest chap—a tiny little cad with an arm cast—a measured shove.

"Get off, boys," De Stoop muttered. "Get off."