Slugger Dunn takes the mound; Melissa Riso is Fox-y
White Sox slugger pitches inning; Ball confusion at MLB game; Jordan-Kobe similarities; more.
By Jimmy Traina
After 14 years and 1,961 games as a major leaguer, Adam Dunn made his pitching debut Tuesday night. The White Sox slugger came in to pitch the ninth inning with Chicago trailing by 15 runs against Texas. Dunn gave up one run and two hits in his inning of work, but his stuff actually looked somewhat impressive.
The debut episode of "Hard Knocks" was pretty disappointing. Instead of focusing on personalities, which is what makes the show great, this episode was all about Falcons coaches and players fighting and saying they were tough. The highlight, however, came from wide receiver Harry Douglas, who admitted to using women's deodorant. (Thanks to The Big Lead for the Vine.)
YOU'LL BE SAYING 'APPARENTLY' ALL DAY
This went viral on Tuesday. If you missed this kid dominating his interview with a local news reporter, watch it now.