A pair of celebrites talked sports on late night TV Monday. All you Yankee haters will enjoy Matt Damon on Late Show with David Letterman gloating about New York's terrible start. And The Girl Next Door star Elisha Cuthbert talked hockey fights (starting at the 2:40 mark of the clip) on Late Night with Conan O'Brien (Thanks to former SI.com employee Jamie MacDonald for both tips).
Via USA Today: The Long Beach Armada professional baseball team has changed its official name to the Long Beach Armada of Los Angeles of California of the United States of North America Including Barrow, Alaska.
This video game fan is issuing an open challenge to anyone who wants to take him on in Tecmo Bowl. He'll fly anywhere in the U.S. to face you for $1,000. (Thanks to Shaun Koiner for sending us the link)
Be Careful When Looking Below
London 2012 Chairman Sebastian Coe stands with the London 2012 Olympic logo.:: AP
How do you feel about the 2012 Olympics logo? We don't feel anything, but people seem to be up in arms over it. Oh, and some folks think the logo could trigger epileptic seizures.
We Bet This Doesn't Happen Often
For those of you who think today's baseball players are out of touch with the common man, the pictures at the D.C. Sports Bog should make you feel better. Several Washington Nationals players spent yesterday picking up garbage and cleaning the area near a local river.
We Love Guarantees
Cubs teammates Carlos Zambrano and Michael Barrett say they've cleared the air. And now Zambrano is guaranteeing that he will hit 98 miles per hour on the radar gun in his start tonight against Milwaukee. We're not sure what will happen if he doesn't do it, though.
Video of the Day
We Wouldn't Want To Play Him In Beer Pong
Ryan Muchowski of Liberty, Mo. sent us the link to this amazing video of a guy who can do anything with a ping-pong ball
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