Miguel Angel Jimenez and his strange warm-up routine is standing between Woods and the Open Championship title.
Tiger Woods is ranked the number one golfer in the world right now, but he is far from the dominant number one that he once was. He is currently in second place at the 2013 Open Championship, which leaves him in prime position to reclaim at least some of his former glory.
The man standing in his way? Miguel Angel Jimenez. While you probably never heard of him before, he has something that will make him stand out, his warm-up. Check it out below:
J.J. Watt, of the Houston Texans, jumps on top of a cabinet.
J.J. Watt is a bonafide defensive end for the Houston Texans in the NFL. Besides sacks, he is most famous for pass deflections which make an opposing offense’s job extremely difficult.
You have to throw it pretty high to get it over Watt. Just how high? Check him out jumping on top of what appears to be a dresser, at about 59.5 inches high:
Alex Rodriguez hits a home run in his first game for the Trenton Thunder.
Alex Rodriguez was supposed to be the guy to break the Home-Run record the clean way. He was supposed to be baseball’s savior. He was supposed to abolish all memories of the steroid using sluggers of the 90s. Ironically, he turned out be just another one.
While he admitted steroid use earlier in his career, he has since denied any use throughout any part of his career. However, while remaining on the DL, he has been linked, along with Ryan Braun and others, to a Biogenesis lab. While the investigation is ongoing, MLB and Bud Selig are determined to “catch” and prosecute them if possible.
Amidst outrage from Yankee Fans, two hip surgeries, and millions upon millions of garuenteed money, it would stand to reason that most people would elect to not to comeback or to take their time. This is not the case with Alex Rodriguez. Despite my distaste for his lies, him being a Yankee, and his steroid use, I can appreciate that he is trying to get back. He does want to play. He does want to earn his money. He does want to hold on to his “reputation”.
While his return to the majors will be soon, he will have to rehab in the minors for a while. In his first game back, he started going 2-4 with this home run:
Shin Soo JI, a South Korean Gymnast, throws at the first pitch in an incredible fashion.
I have seen a fair share of highlight worthy first pitches, not gonna lie, the following one is up there.
A South Korean Rhythmic Gymnast, named Shin Soo Ji was due to throw at the first pitch. I don’t know how to describe what I saw apart from spandex and some sort flip/twirl/kick/head touching the ground/hot thing. But don’t take my word for it, as one of the commentators said , ” Whooooo”, and that was before the pitch was thrown. Check out the clip below:
Marc Anthony sings God Bless America, and receives criticism via Twitter for being “Mexican” and not a citizen.
This would not be the first time that someone of latin american descent has sang the national anthem/god bless america and recieved criticism, not for forgetting lyrics nor singing poorly, but being latin american.
In fact, it happened to an 11 year old during the NBA Finals and happened to Marc Anthony during the MLB’s All-Star game in Citi Field. First, lets look at some of these inbred, degenerate, I mean, ‘murican patriots tweets here:
Andre Miller doubts his team, the Denver Nuggets, can repeat their 52 win season.
Andre Miller, of the Denver Nuggets, is a long time NBA veteran. He has built a reputation on being a solid point guard and as someone who is not afraid to speak his mine… even about his own team.
At around 4:00 minutes in the video below, you can hear the quote about him admitting that the Nuggests will never repeat their 52 game win season again:
Jadaveon Clowney claims SEC QBs are scarred of him.
Jadaveon Clowney has risen to fame even before getting to the age of 20. With providing the tackle heard and felt around the world, Clowney has done all he can to make Clowney an intimidating last name.
He believes that he has earned this reputation as a hard hitter, and that he is so vicious that opposing QBS are scared of him. Here is his quote: