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    BASEBALL absolute savage

    UCONN Baseball Eliminates Coastal Carolina, as Christian "The Viper" Fedko's big fly proves venomous.

    UCONN Baseball Eliminates Coastal Carolina, as Christian "The Viper" Fedko's big fly proves venomous.

    Don't look now, but Uconn Baseball is smoking hot.  In a back and forth game which saw both teams grab a slice of momentum, it was eventually Christian Fedko's absolute missile over the wall in left that would prove to be the game winner in the bottom of the 8th.

    Uconn which was on the brink of elimination, was able to push the season forward as they wore out a tough Coastal Carolina team and in doing so earned another shot at the University of Washington tonight.  It won't be an easy task by any means, with Uconn having to grab two wins to advance to the Super Regional, but if anyone is up to the challenge, it's this seasons Uconn squad.

    In the middle of the action all weekend long has been "Viper" aka Christian Fedko.  This kid is just dripping in swag right now and throughout the regional has provided a massive spark to the Huskies.  Today he was in the middle of the action again all day long, while providing the final venom to Coastal Carolina's season.  After a massive momentum shift in which Coastal Carolina came storming back on Uconn, Fedko stepped up just when a sliver of doubt was casting over the stadium, and checked into Smashville Tennessee with a no doubter to left that silenced the crowd.  The way Viper teed off you would have thought he's done it a thousand times, however it was his first jack of the year to make the situation even more special. 

    Uconn would surrender a few wall scrapers in the top of the 9th, but nothing damaging to move onto a showdown with Washington in a night cap.  Uconn used the long ball multiple times today to beat back any advances by CCU and will look to keep the gears of war burning tonight.  Isaac Feldstein was a monster today with a moon shot and 4 RBIs, while Anthony Prato smacked a ding dong of his own.  P.J. Poulin, who's the closer, was great through 6.0 IP surrendering 2 ER to go with 6 Ks.

    Tune into Espn tonight to watch The Viper and his fellow Huskies look to extend their summer into the Super Regional.



    Savage Spotlight: Roger Dorn

    Savage Spotlight: Roger Dorn

    First off if you think that Roger Dorn was a beta, then you're a beta.  Dorn was a savage his entire career and was so big league it hurt.  Some haters like to say that Dorn was just a pussy, engulfed in a massive contract; a true burden to the Indians. 

    Fact: betas don't get fat contracts and hot ass tail like Mrs. Dorn. People that get fat contracts and big time coin, produce on and off the field.

    Fact # 2 from the haters: Mrs. Dorn banged out Wild Thing, how can he be an absolute savage alpha male?

    Response:  Ummmm pretty sure the only reason she banged out Wild Thing was because she saw that dirty dog Roger taking two bimbos into the closet during the post game celebration on live television.  Dorn was getting more ass than a New York City park bench, and his wife was just lashing out, it happens.  Don't hate the player, hate the game.  

    Fact # 3 from the haters: Dorn took no pride in defense.

    Response:  Ummm fuck spring training.  It's Dorn hes a star.  When Lou tried to hit him with the push-up punishment, savvy Dorn hit him with the contract stating he didn't have to do push-ups.  Contracts don't lie, and look at guys like Bumgarner who rip motorcycles and violate contracts, shit gets sloppy fast.  Plus, when the lights were the brightest, Dorn and his glove were both present when it mattered the most.

    Dorn was an electric member of the clubhouse and was big into hazing, as he was all up in Ricky Vaughn's shit from day one.  Not condoning hazing, but usually alpha males are conducting it, just saying.  Plus was it really hazing, or just Dorn being a veteran big leaguer?  Show up to any new job or environment looking like a clown and its bound to draw attention from the senior members of that establishment.  Dorn was just doing his due diligence and letting the Rookie fuck boy know where he was on the totem pole.

    All in all Dorn was an Absolute Savage.  He had a hot wife, banged hot chicks on the side, was one of the boys and produced in the spotlight.  He honestly could have blown up the entire clubhouse and knocked out Ricky on the mound after the incident, but delivered one of the best, most heroic lines of all time. 

     All hail Roger Dorn and let us embrace this Absolute Savage, hot boy bad boy maniac.  


    Red Sox fall again to the A's, while the Yankees were suspended after 6 due to weather.

    Red Sox fall again to the A's, while the Yankees were suspended after 6 due to weather.

    The A's once again waltzed into Fenway Park, started to bend but never broke.  Led by one of the best stories this year in the MLB, Stephen Piscotty, the A's were able to get to Eduardo Rodriguez for 3 runs through 5 then added 2 more later in the 8th off of beta Steven Wright, his first action since his knee injury and 15 game suspension for violating MLB's Domestic Violence policy.

    Piscotty came to the dish in the second with the A's up 2-0, and reversed a 0-2 count into a moonshot over the monster.  Just off of the bereavement list after the passing of his mother, Piscotty flew across the country to Boston to play in the series.  It's always a feel good story when you see a good guy like Piscotty who has dealt with so much over the past year, come through like he did.  I loved how his Mother who had a great sense of humor per Piscotty, stated that growing up Stephen and his brothers would crush naked wiffle ball in the back yard like absolute savages.

    The Sox would never take the lead in this one, though Moreland stayed hot with the bat, ripping two doubles and Benintendi added 3 hits and a homer all in the losing effort.  Mookie Betts took a rare 0-5 at the dish so look for him in any Fantasy format today to do big things with the stick.

    For the A's Doug Mengden, much like Manaea the night before, scattered out the 8 hits, and allowed no walks through 6.0, picking up his 3rd win of the season.  Treinen pitched a sloppy 9th to secure his 8th save of the season.

    For the Yanks, the verdict is still out as they are knotted up at 3 after 6 against the Nationals.  Tyler Austin got a couple of good swings in, including a 2 run shot and a sac fly to account for all of the Yankees runs.  The game is supposed to resume today at 5pm ET, however weather is going to be an issue this entire series, and there is no guarantee the rest of this series will even take place.  



    The Yanks and Sox were both in action yesterday, with both teams coming out on top.  The Sox were able to put away the Blue Jays while the Yanks were able to fight back and eventually overtake a scrappy A's team that has been doing anything but roll over for the Bronx Bombers.

    How it happened for the Sox:  Well the big story was that David Price was able to magically recover from the little known "Yankee Flu" and correct a 3 game personal slide en route to a solid 5.2 IP with 6ks, securing the victory.  I can't stress enough how badly Price needed that win, especially with a looming video game addiction and a no show in the Bronx last start.  If he had to answer to why he lost four straight in conjunction with all his other issues of late, wouldn't have been pretty and definitely would have turned into a clubhouse media nightmare.

    The offense was good enough, paced by Benintendi who went 3-5 with 2 rbis and Hanley who went mashed taters to left field for a 2 run shot.  Devers chipped in a 2-4 effort with an rbi and Mookie smacked 2 doubles (3 total hits) while adding 2 runs.  Last year I was all in on Benintendi in fantasy and with the inevitable Hanley injury always lurking, the Sox will need Benny Biceps to be the monster he was last season in the second half.

    The pitching was much better for the Sox as the bullpen was able to take care of business highlighted by Joe Kelly punching out the side in the 8th and Kimbrel sitting down the side in the 9th.  

    The Blue Jays didn't have much going on offense all day, minus a solo shot by bad boy Justin Smoak who launched a shot to left.

    How it happened for the Yanks: In another unorthodox game, it boiled down to late inning heroics and instant replay for the Yanks to top the Athletics in a hard fought rumble in the Bronx.  In the 9th Chapman walked the bases loaded only to escape unharmed, becoming the first Yankees pitcher in 26 years to walk the bases loaded and not allow a run.  It wasn't without a scare however as Lucroy lofted a fly ball to Gardy, who made the throw to home, only to initially have the runner Matt Olson called safe.  However upon replay and a quick tag applied by El Gary, the runner was ruled out and the game carried on into extra innings.

    In the 11th it was who else but good guy Neil Walker lacing the go ahead rbi single and game winner.  Erasing a four run deficit in route to the victory, the Yankees self corrected a mini 2 game slide and maintained a tie for 1st in the AL East.  

    Sanchez, Hicks and Judge all homered for the Bombers on the offensive side.  The pitching was a little shaky as starter Domingo German wasn't able to harness the same success he had his previous few outings, surrendering 6 ERs.  The bullpen however got the job done the rest of the day with Chad Green, Betances, Chapy and A.J. Cole throwing well, eventually with Cole securing the W.  

    Up Next: The Yanks will send Severino to the hill against the A's and Brett Anderson for a 1:05 ET tilt in the Bronx, while the Sox send out Drew Pomeranz to battle against bad boy Joe Biagini and the Blue Jays in Toronto.  



    Hey to be fair this isn't the first time this has happened to a MLB pitcher.  Remember Joel Zumaya?  Dude just straight chucked cheddar on the bump and was honestly pretty legit and entertaining to watch even though he looked liked he could be on an episode of Narcos.  Then things went upside down when he was sidelined during the 2006 AL Championship because he was slaying guitar hero like a mad man.  Homeboy never recovered after that but slaying Black Sabbath's Iron Man on legendary had to have been worth it.

    So here we are with David Price.  A known dink already, it has now been rumored that he is just savagely obsessed with video games, with this years poison being Fortnite.  According to, Cora was asked if he has any concerns it was caused by video games or typing. Cora replied, "No, no, no."

    Cora later answered a follow-up specifically about Price frequently playing Fortnite and whether he'll ask the lefty to ease up on the video game. 

    "When he comes here tomorrow we'll talk about it," Cora said. "We'll talk with (head athletic trainer) Brad (Pearson) and see where we're at. For what I know, David has played video games his whole life. It seems like Fortnite now is the one everybody's playing. But last year, I saw a lot of guys playing FIFA. And that's a lot of playing, too. There's a lot of teams playing Fortnite, too. I don't know. We'll talk about it tomorrow."

    So bad boy soy boy David Price is addicted to Fortnite, it is what it is.  I can't say shit because I almost failed out of high school when Halo 2 dropped, then college when Modern Warfare 2 came out.  I just feel bad for his recovery because it isn't going to be easy with this new Thanos drop.  Like your trying to get over your ex, things are almost there, your starting to feel a little bit better and might venture off the couch for the first time in a month then boom, she's fucking your roommate.  Good luck D Price, no one said this life was meant to be easy.