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Sergio Romo Gets Arrested At The Las Vegas Airport!

Wowzers! He must've had a hell of a time!!

San Francisco Giants' star Sergio Romo headed out to Sin City for some New Year's celebrations, but once he was done partying and got to the Las Vegas airport, he allegedly flipped out on a TSA officer.

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A Black And Orange Francois Langur Is A Super Cutie At The San Fran Zoo!

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Somebody must be a real San Francisco Giants fan! LOLz!

A black and orange baby girl was born to a Francois Langur monkey and she is absolutely TOO FAB!

Since the babe was born at the San Francisco Zoo, her home team has been playing great, so it looks like this team has a rally monkey of their own!

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Ashton And Mila Bring Their Love To The Los Angeles Dodgers!

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Well, either love or pure discomfort!

But hey! What do they expect?

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis's relationship the worst kept secret in Hollywood these days, as they've yet to publicly

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SF Giant Matt Cain Pitches Perfect Game!

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Matt Cain Pitch

This does NOT happen often!

San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain pitched a perfect game last night!

It was a 10-0 victory against the Astros… and Matt beautifully becomes the first pitcher in Giants' history to achieve one of those!

Congrats, Matt!

Congrats, Giants!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Beaten Giants Fan Bryan Stow Will FINALLY Be Released From Hospital

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Bryan Stow being released from hospital

Such good news!

After 6 months in the hospital, beaten San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow is healthy enough to be released!

Stow was beaten so badly in March by two Dodgers fans that he suffered brain damage, but

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Chicago Cubs Making 'It Gets Better' PSA

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The Cubs it gets better

It is getting better!

We loved the San Francisco Giants "It Gets Better" PSA and we are happy to hear the Chicago Cubs will be the next major league team to produce a similar video.

The teams owner, Laura Ricketts, said in a statement:

"The Cubs applaud the Giants for their stand against anti-LGBT bullying. Bullying of anyone for any reason is unacceptable. We are proud to join the Giants in taking a stand against bullying and encourage other professional sports organizations to do the same."

The baseball club is no stranger to the LGBT community either and has actually been supporting it for years.

In 2001, the Cubs hosted the first Out At The Ballgame event, now called Out At Wrigley, which draws thousands and has also donated plenty of money to charity organizations benefiting the LGBT community. The team even has a float in the city's annual Pride Parade!

We'd like to thank the Cubs for their continued support of equality and can't wait to see the team join the "It Gets Better" campaign.

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San Francisco Giants To Debut 'It Gets Better' PSA

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The San Francisco Giants are throwing a curve ball at homophobia.

We are SO PROUD to hear that the baseball team will be the FIRST professional sports team in the history of sports to support the LGBT community by recording an "It Gets Better" video!

Yay!

The decision from the organization comes weeks after a coach for the Atlanta Braves spewed hateful gay slurs at a family while playing the Giants at home.

A spokesperson for the baseball team said:

"Details of the video are still being worked out so I can't provide you with specifics, but we are confirmed to produce and post a video."

This announcement follows the NBA's "Think B4 You Speak" campaign which discourages the use of gay slurs as insults on the court.

Up until recently, the athletic arena was one of the last places homophobia was being fought, but we're so glad that leagues, teams, and individuals are bringing the issue the attention it not only deserves, but NEEDS.

We can't ignore a problem and hope it goes away. By facing it head on, much like the Giants or the NBA, we'll eventually overcome any stigma homosexual athletes or fans face.

Thank you to all those involved who are leading the way!

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