When the Dodgers hit the clubhouse, little did they know they had a little class waiting from them all the way from South Korea!
That's right! PSY stopped by to say hello to the team!
We like to think he was just stopping by to pick up the jersey he ordered, instead of them just giving him one. It feels like he's more of a true fan that way!
Check out the madness of his visit (above)!!
We had a feeling this movie was gonna stir up some type of DRAMz!
Fritz Ostermueller's daughter, Sherrill is furious over how her dad was portrayed in the flick, 42, and cannot believe that producers would represent her pops as a racist when he really wasn't one.
During a very relevant scene in the film, the MLB pitcher threw a ball at Jackie Robinson's head, and shouted at him, "You don't belong here!!!," and considering that in real life, the ball apparently hit Robinson's arm, we can see why Sherrill is MAD!!
Fritz's daughter said:
Hey, Kelly Nash! Do you have any proof that you almost died the other day? You do?? Well lets see — holy shizz!
THIS PICTURE IS NO JOKE!
While Kelly Nash was in Boston Saturday for the Astros-Red Sox game, she decided to go to the stadium during practice just to take a few selfies around the stadium. You know, usual bored reporter stuff!
What's incredible is that Producer Art Dryce kept yelling "heads up!" at her while balls were flying her way, but she assumed that since none of them actually hit her that he was just being overly cautious. That is, until she looked at one of the pics she took!
Here's what she said about the shot:
At 54 years old, Brad Lesley had already enjoyed a few years of MLB play and being a part of a bunch of 90s sports movies — but that doesn't make his passing any less sad. 54 is waaaay too young!
His death has stemmed from kidney issues, and according to his ex-wife, he had been living in a nursing home for the past seven months. He had been getting dialysis, but succumbed to kidney failure in the end.
Such a bummer. Who could forget his goatee in Little Big League??
Our hearts go out to his friends and family.
[Image via Topps.]
Wow, Neil Diamond truly IS a legend — and there's no way he'll be going out without cementing that in the pages of history! Ha!
Not only did he make a surprise visit to sing Sweet Caroline at the first Red Sox game (above) since the horrific Boston Marathon bombing, but we're now learning that he's decided to donate the proceeds to a Boston charity!!
Despite all of the horror and tragedy the city of Boston has endured this week, its people have continued to show their incredible resolve, unity and perseverance throughout it all!
Friday's terrifying, extended manhunt for marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ultimately forced the Red Sox's game against the Kansas City Royals to be postponed until last night, when both teams banded together with the spectators to collectively pay tribute to all of the brave first responders who risked their lives to help the victims, as well as all those affected by the senseless acts of violence.
What no one was expecting, however, was Neil Diamond to hop an impromptu flight from El Lay to Boston with the specific intention of appearing at the game to perform his classic Sweet Caroline, which Boston fans are known to belt out during the seventh inning stretch!
And right before the eighth inning, that's exactly what the iconic singer did!
Ch-ch-check it out for yourself (above)!
It's obvious that Britney Spears is an El Lay Dodgers fan — especially after she posed for the team for opening day, but after we saw her hanging out in the dugout at yesterday's game, she made it clear that she's a die-hard fan!!
In the pics (above), the Scream & Shout songstress poses with right fielder Andre Ethier in one pic, and gets cozy with her baby boys Sean and Jayden in another.
But what Wednesday's game even more memorable was when we heard that Brit Brit even signed a baseball, which was given away to a lucky fan.
Now if that's not a reason to take us out to a ball game, then we don't know what is!!
Ch-ch-check out the Britney-autographed ball AFTER THE JUMP!!
[Images via Twitter.]