Thursday October 15th, 2015

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Jerry Seinfeld vs. Bill Murray

The Mets advanced to the NLCS after eliminating the Dodgers Thursday night and will face the Cubs for a chance to go to the World Series. So which team will win? We went the most scientific route possible and compared the biggest celebrity fan of each team: Jerry Seinfeld and Bill Murray (sorry Eddie Vedder, but Murray has you beat). Tiffany Oshinsky breaks it down.


Dodgers Done; Rob Lowe Not Happy

The Dodgers payroll crept over $300 million this season so it's hard to blame fans for being unhappy with Thursday night's loss. One such fan is Rob Lowe, who called for Don Mattingly to be fired after the game (though Mattingly was dealing with his own problems). More importantly, start watching Lowe's new show, The Grinder, with Fred Savage, because it's a great show and I don't want it to get canceled.


Meet Mini Jose Bautista

Nine-year-old Oscar Wood became an overnight star when he called Jose Bautista's game-winning home run from his seat deep in the outfield at Rogers Center. We caught up with Oscar's dad and discovered there's also a "Mini-Tulo" and "Mini-R.A. Dickey" in the family. Speaking of Bautista, he rode a scooter home after Wednesday's victory and this random fan already has a tattoo of the epic bat flip.


Lovely Lady of the Day

There were two great SI Swimsuit Castings this weekShanina Shaik and Brooke Perry. Shaik has already been LLOD and I know how angry you all get if I dare repeat a girl (even if she looks like this), so I'm not even going to try. Brooke is today's LLOD (click here for full-size gallery). 


Hardest Partying Athletes of the 1980s

Did you know Wade Boggs drank 64 beers on one plane flight?


20 Rap Songs With Baseball References

How many of these songs have you heard before?


Turtle Smugglers Busted


Stick To Hoops


Odds & Ends

This Patriots fan is taking his hatred of Roger Goodell to a whole new level ... The Saints' blocked punt for a touchdown was the perfect tribute to Steve Gleason ... Here are some Chrissy Teigen swimsuit GIFs to celebrate her pregnancy ... Interesting compliment for Mets pitcher Jacob deGrom ... The Padres are turning Petco Park into a temporary golf course ... Yao Ming is still enormous. Just ask Michael Jordan ... Which celebrities root for your NFL team? .... A plan to bring $194,000 in liquid cocaine through JFK Airport (in bottles of oil and vinegar) went awry ... How Winnie the Pooh got his name ... 43 amazing commercials with celebs before they got famous ... Best movie premiere photos of all time ... Secret rooms are the best, especially when its a Star Trek-themed secret room.


Watch This Play

This catch by Stanford's Francis Owusu is the best football play of 2015 that didn't involve Malcolm Butler.


Charles Barkley Pranks Manute Bol

Manute Bol would've turned 53 today. Here's a great prank Charles Barkley pulled on Bol when the two were teammates in Philly.

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Indy Cars on Golden Gate Bridge

It's even better when you open this link and go spherical.


BTS: It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Of course you knew Wade Boggs once drank 64 beers on a flight. There was an entire It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia episode about it. Unfortunately, I'd get sued if I posted a video of the episode, so you'll have to settle for this behind the scenes clip instead.


House at Pooh Corner

How could I mention Winnie the Pooh without linking to this song?

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