What’s better than baseball or dogs? Baseball and dogs. The Rockies held a Bark at the Park event last night, wherein canines barked at their park while the Rockies beat up on the Braves. I’m sure it was a good time for everyone, except maybe the Braves, who lost by 15 runs, but at least they got to hang out next to a…
Attention, attention, we have incoming sports news. This dog has just been elected mayor of San Francisco.
Dog racing apparently has a bit of a coke problem. Two months ago, five dogs racing out of St. Petersburg, Fla., tested positive for cocaine, and it seems that the problem is not just limited to the Tampa Bay area.
What’s a cool thing to do in Turkey if you’re a dog? Check out some classical music, duh.
The North Carolina Diamond Heels went 47-12 and earned the second overall seed in the NCAA tournament, which starts on Friday. They’ll get to host tournament games until they are eliminated or make the College World Series and travel to Omaha. One may assume that this is because they are stocked with skilled hitters…
Chicago’s South Side team hosted the Minnesota Twins tonight, as well as many baseball-loving dogs from the Chicago area. What better way to start a week of games against a division rival than Dog Day?
I can’t remember the exact provenance of this story, but as best I can recall, this happened to a high school classmate of my college roommate. It goes like this.
If you follow the skateboarding dog scene, you’ve probably noticed that most of the world’s elite skateboarding dogs are bulldogs. World record-holding shredder Otto is an English bulldog from Peru, and he’s the same breed as Tillman, perhaps the most famous skateboarding dog of all time.
Right in the middle of a dang bike race!
There’s not much I can give in the way of context for this video. The excited announcer is commentating in Italian, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the race was in Italy. There are no races worth filming happening in Italy right now, and also it’s winter, so this grainy footage is probably old.
Have you heard? Your dog might have an affinity for the Devil’s lettuce. Don’t take it from me (or your dog, who can’t talk [if they can, please email a video to us]), take it from the paper of record.
Tonight in sports news: The Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show will feature three new breeds this year; the sloughi (above); the American hairless terrier (hairless); and the pumi (fluffy).
The camera lingers on the Stars bench. Slowly, it pans up and to the left before settling on a pair of fans just above the tunnel. A subtle zoom reveals: it’s a dog.
We got a dog on the field. Someone give that little dude a treat.
I present to you now: Bret Bielema’s tiny dogs (who appear to be silky terriers). A quick bit of Instagram snooping reveals that they are football fans; Bret Bielema’s Twitter reveals that they care little for home cleanliness.
The dead period in the sports calendar eases up soon with the arrival of the Olympics and the Premier League. But for now, please enjoy these good-as-hell doggos using the slide like athletic, quadruped three-year-old humans.
It’s NFL training camp time, which means it’s time to check in on Eddie Lacy’s middle, and also, apparently to check out some good-as-hell dogs. Washington cornerback Bashaud Breeland supplied the dogs.
I’m going to cut straight to the chase: Detroit sports guy Jeff Moss of DetroitSportsRag.com broke the story today that Detroit Sports 105.1 (WMGC), a sports radio station in Detroit, would no longer be a sports station. The radio’s website now redirects to a WCSX 94.7, an oldies station. Moss broke the story, as he…
The Detroit Tigers hosted a bunch of far less intimidating critters at their first ever Bark At The Park this evening, and a bunch of nice good doggies attended their first baseball game. Here are some of the best doggos.