Brendon and Obafemi Ayanbadejo are proving that there's nothing like brotherly love. The duo is filming their time together as teammates in Chicago, and when Obafemi laments the fact that he keeps losing his chapstick, Brendon comes up with advice that only a brother can (about one minute into the video).
Most players would get cut if they performed the way ESPN's Steve Phillips has over the past month. Vegas Watch explains how the analyst kept predicting that the Mariners (6-17 in their last 23 games) would win the wild card.
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The Ghosts of Wayne Fontes are so excited by the Lions' 2-0 start that they're using Prince songs to explain how they feel about their team.
Rookies being forced to dress up in ridiculous outfits is a longstanding baseball tradition, and it recently happened with the Boston Red Sox. AOL Fanhouse has video of Dice-K dressed up as a Teletubbie, Hideki Okajima and Jacob Ellsbury as female pirates, Clay Buchholz as Minnie Mouse and Brandon Moss as Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz.
Reader Justin Klapow of Wantagh, N.Y., sends in this you-have-to-see-it-to-believe-it video from a recent Braves-Mets game.
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