After spending 10 years in the big leagues, Jeff Francoeur finds himself playing for San Diego’s Triple A affiliate in El Paso. The entire team convinced Jeff that pitcher Jorge Reyes was deaf. The trainers, players and coaches were all in on the month-long hoax, and they pulled it off to perfection.
What happens when you add footage from The Masters doctored to make it look like it’s taking place on a miniature golf course. You get the best damn thing you’ve seen today. The hole with the gopher is priceless. They really should consider adding obstacles like these on the greens. Shout out to Alex Micu for the submission.
Anton hails from Sweden and his full part totally compliments the name of Random Bastard’s latest movie – there are some seriously dope tricks in this one. Don’t miss the double backflip off the wallride at the end, because anytime a dude goes upside down twice with concrete and a thin layer of snow below them it commands respect!
Lacey Holsworth, who had a fetal-nerve cell cancer, had become a fixture around the Michigan State program. She joined Payne on the court during Senior Night festivities at the Breslin Center in East Lansing and even helped cut down the nets after the team’s Big Ten title. The little girl, from St. Johns, Michigan, sadly died this week after battling neuroblastoma for three years. Shout out to Rory Carolan for shining the light on this amazing story.
“Everywhere I go, people want to take pictures, talk to me, shake my hand, but I’m getting used to it now.” Meet Tacko “Taco” Fall. He’s somewhere between 7-foot-4 and 7-5, wears a size 22 shoe and has an 8-foot wingspan. And he’s believed to be the tallest prep basketball player in the U.S., if not the world.
Zach Anner is a comedian with cerebral palsy who has built a substantial YouTube following thanks to some incredible work out videos that mix humor with actual inspiration, among other things (plus a boost from Oprah). Put it this way: If this guy can work out, so can you. Here’s his 100th video, the 12th edition of Work Out Wednesday.
All five nominees for the 2014 Wipeout of the Year Award are presented for your review. Featuring Shawn Dollar, Alex Martins, Jamie MItchell, Alain Riou and Koa Rothman. A category in the 2014 Billabong XXL Global Big Wave Awards, coming May 2. Who do you think should win? leave your thoughts in our comment section now!