Nice gesture by the Texas Rangers. Well done. Nine months after a Texas Rangers fan died after falling over an outfield railing at a game, his 7-year-old son helped unveil a statue Thursday honoring his father and others who love America’s pastime. The life-size bronze statue depicts Shannon Stone and his son, Cooper, wearing baseball caps. They are holding hands and looking at each other as if they’re talking. The inscription reads: In memory of Shannon Stone and dedicated to …
Via Ted’s Take, cool video of a young hockey player putting out not one, not two, but three candles with hockey shots.
One word. ‘Wow.’ Daredevil Heath Frisby pulled off the first front flip of a snowmobile at Winter X Games 2012. The video is going viral and rightfully so. Anybody that can get a several hundred pound vehicle like a snowmobile to front flip gets high accolades.
Dan Steinberg at the fantastic D.C. Sports Bog has a must read about two caddies who are biking to Green Bay because of a bet.
I call it ‘From a Promising Start To Hanging It Up.”
The Tim Tebow mania continues. CBS wants the popular QB (ratings baby, ratings) to be in studio for next week’s The NFL Today. (H/T Drudge)
The ending to the Tim Tebow-led Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Stellers game was thrilling however, thanks to Professor Michael Perry, Trinity University can top that.