Friday April 1st, 2016

It’s April Fools’ Day. Don’t believe anything your hear about your favorite teams. Half the things you’ll read online today won’t be true.

We’ll have to see if this year’s batch of jokes live up to last year’s but let’s take a look at all the pranks people in the sports world are pulling this year. 

The Curious Case Of Sidd Finch

Le’Veon Bell is leaving the Steelers

Derek Jeter comes out of retirement to play in Australia

Oregon’s LED Field

They even fooled Shane Victorino. 

Mike Trout pranks Garrett Richards

Manchester City’s Fabian Delph storms out of interview

Liverpool players taken for a ride

MLS dating

Minnesota’s mascot is retiring 

The popular mascot for the University of Minnesota Twin Cities, Goldy Gopher, announced today retirement from a post held by the gopher for more than half a century. Goldy cited the recent Gophers Women's Hockey team championship win as a great capstone on a career, as well as the desire to spend more time with the fam, according to a source close to the famous mascot, who is known for being verbally reticent.

The Maine... Elephants?

Bieber-mania

Goodbye Chris Jericho?

Quality Celtics trolling

The Celtics own the Nets’ lottery pick and look how they’re celebrating. 

Dancing With The SKC Stars

ULL Crawdads

Don’t mess with Draymond

The grass is bluer in France

So long, Devils

One-handed Jim Abbott has some tips for injured Andrew Miller

Kevin Durant sports a mustache

Run fast or get stuck behind the cows

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