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Best sports Wikipedia edits; Shane van der Westhuizen is Fox-y

Examining a new sports tradition; Jim Ross calls Germany-Brazil massacre; Bizarre first pitch; more.

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One of the great traditions in sports these days is that when something big happens in sports (like Blake Griffin posterizing Kendrick Perkins or Tim Howard putting on a show in a World Cup game), people quickly log on to Wikipedia and make some creative edits to athletes' pages. Here is a roundup of the funniest sports Wiki edits of recent times.


MOST DEPRESSING WEBSITE

Brazil's fans were so shocked and saddened by Tuesday's blowout World Cup loss to Germany that there is now an entire Tumblr page, SadBrazilians.tumbler.com, devoted to them.


YOU KNEW IT WAS COMING

If you want to relive German's drubbing of Brazil, the only way to do so is with legendary WWE announcer Jim Ross calling all the goals.


PORN PSA

A popular adult website is begging users to stop uploading video of the Brazil-Germany match onto its site and into a specific category.


NICE CATCH

When Blue Jays shortstop Jose Reyes hit a home run against the Angels last night, Toronto reliever Todd Redmond quickly improvised when he didn't have his glove.


YOU'VE NEVER SEEN A FIRST PITCH LIKE THIS

We can only hope this happens in Major League Baseball one day just to see the media reaction.


PHENOMENAL USE OF PHOTOSHOP

People are having fun with Prince Fielder's appearance in the ESPN Body Issue. Case in point:


CREEPY

If you're a big fan of Red Sox outfielder Daniel Nava, you should know that his new baseball card comes complete with some of the hair from his beard.


NOT EVERONE IS FAMILIAR WITH JOHNNY FOOTBALL

Johnny Manziel was reportedly denied access to a recent Nike camp because security did not recognize him.


FOX-Y LADY OF THE DAY

Model Shane van der Westhuizen gets today's Fox-y Lady honors.

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