All-time save leader Mariano Rivera has made close to $150 million playing baseball. But as a kid growing up in Panama, the Yankee legend had so little money that buying a baseball glove was out of the question.
In the video below, Rivera demonstrates how he used to make his childhood mitts out of cardboard. He says they did make it easier to catch a fast moving baseball, but adds that anyone who can afford a leather glove should definitely go that route.
Instead of just getting fake IDs like the rest of us, three 19-year-olds from Covina, CA devised a plot to steal two 30-packs of Tecate beer from a local grocery.
According to police, Nicholas Kalscheuer and Nicholas Fiumetto each tried to walk out of the store with a case of the suds. However, a store employee noticed what they were doing and followed the duo, causing Kalscheuer to drop the beer before being detained by store security.
Borders bookstores will shut their doors forever at the end of this month, and in a final kiss-off to those who patronized the once-popular chain, employees at one of Borders’ franchises hung in their display window a bitter note which listed all the things customers had done to piss them off over the years.
Matt Stutzman seems an unlikely archery champion. Not only because he just picked up the sport a mere two years ago, but because Stutzman was born without arms. Despite the odds, he recently broke the world record for longest archery shot, hitting a target 230 yards away.
When fists fly on American television, usually it’s a ‘Jersey Shore‘ cast member or a ‘Jerry Springer’ guest that’s involved.
In further proof that things are different in Russia, two of that nation’s best-known citizens, billionaire media mogul Alexander Lebedev and billionaire property developer Sergei Polonsky were involved in a televised fistfight during a discussion of the current worldwide financial crisis.
The Westboro Baptist Church, which is notorious for picketing the the funerals of U.S. military personnel and blaming the servicemen’s deaths on the United States’ acceptance of homosexuality, got a taste of its own medicine on Friday when the Foo Fighters staged a counter protest of the church’s picketing of the band’s show that night in Kansas City.
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