Kylie Jenner is sticking up for her dad!!
Check out the tweets (below)!
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It looks like the Arizona Diamondbacks and big fans of 1984, because they are ALWAYS WATCHING YOU!!!
This weekend, the D-Backs hosted their division rivals in the Los Angeles Dodgers, and it had pretty much all of the excitement you can expect from your typical baseball game!
But while the action on the field was non-existent, there was a noticeable stir behind home plate as a few Chase Field staff members approached a Dodgers fan and handed him a Diamondbacks jersey!
Now we know what you're thinking, and no, he didn't win the jersey! In fact, the staffers were actually FORCING him to wear it because he was wearing the wrong colors and was in the line of vision of the cameras!
That's right! The D-Backs have actually ADMITTED to asking baseball fans sitting behind home plate to NOT wear opposing team colors! If they do, they will be given a Diamondback's jersey to wear, or they will be moved to a luxury suite!
For those of you wondering, tickets behind home plate are usually well over $100, and we don't know about you guys, but we'd like to choose what we're wearing if we're gonna pay that much to sit through a baseball game!
Ch-ch-check out video of the strange incident (below)!
Three strikes, you're… adorable!
The extremely photogenic couple took the (above) selfie and posted it on the hunk's Facebook with the caption:
"Love winning on opening day. Go Dodgers!"
Being the silly twosome that they are, they even photobombed some of their buddies!
When will people ever learn to think before they tweet!?
Joey Casselberry was a student athlete at Bloomsburg University. But his baseball career was taken away from him shortly after he sent out an offensive tweet about Little League World Series all-star Mo'ne Davis!
After learning that Disney would be making a movie based on the story of Davis, Casselberry reminded his followers about the 14-year-old's loss against Nevada during the Little League World Series. The first baseman tweeted:
A minor league baseball team from Wilmington, Delaware, the Wilmington Blue Rocks, have created a monster.
We're not talking about some new player who's more steroids than man…
We're talking about a hot dog covered with raspberry jam and bacon, served on a Krispy Kreme doughnut bun.
So, are you salivating or throwing up? We feel like this is just a bit much.
Food lovers may be flocking to Arizona this summer!
That's because the major league baseball team the Arizona Diamondbacks have revealed a delicious looking piece of food on Twitter that has us up in hungry arms!
The new food item is called the Churro Dog and it's being described as "a warm cinnamon churro sitting inside a Long John chocolate-glazed donut, which is then topped with frozen yogurt, caramel and chocolate sauces."
Well, forget any diet you were thinking about because this Churro Dog seems to destroy any possibility of that happening, ha!
We have a feeling this dish will be VERY popular over at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona this summer.
In fact people may flock there JUST for the dish and will just end up watching the baseball game because that's the only way to try out this hot dog dessert!
We're getting hungry just checking out at the picture! Looks yummy!
[Image via Twitter.]
People on the internet can be huge bullies, but this is disgusting and uncalled for.
Last week, former MLB pitcher Curt Schilling posted a picture, congratulating his daughter Gabby on signing with Salve Regina University in Newport, RI.
Well, Schilling was met with some seriously obscene crap!
And some of it came from part time New York Yankees employee Sean MacDonald, who has been fired. Yankee's director of communications, Jason Zillo, explained that since being hired in January, the perv had only worked 18 hours over four days, and was promptly let go on Monday:
"We have zero tolerance for anything like this. We've terminated him."
The other culprit was Brookdale Community College student Adam Nagel.
You can see the obscene things they said (above).
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