Ken Griffey Jr. going legend by showing up to the Home Run Derby last minute and then winning the damn thing is iconic. Let’s relive it.
Each week the Junk Drawer dives into the latest and upcoming in sports, pop-culture, and literally anything. That’s why it’s a junk drawer.
Remember back in simplar times when we could have more fun around election day by pretending a superstar athlete was running for president?
In honor of the new ESPN documentary The Last Dance about the 1997-98 Chicago Bulls, we decided to host our own 90s Draft. Who do you think won?
The Cincinnati Reds recently unveiled the 2015 MLB All-Star Game logo. Here are the logos they decided not to use.
A few of our writers are partaking in a Major League Baseball featuring Ken Griffey Jr. for Nintendo 64 tournament. Follow along live.
Why should World Series or League Championship winners be the only ones to get pennants to commemorate their 2011 season?
An era of baseball ended a couple of days ago when Ken Griffey Jr., the player voted “Best Player in the 1990s,” retired from Major League Baseball at the age of 40, after a 22-year career. People watched.
Let me be frank with you. Ken Griffey Jr. took a nap on Saturday. Jim Rome was sick today. Rajon Rondo is good. Umpires with personality are fun. And I found a funny looking fish.
Has your team ever made a trade that made you just scratch your head and wonder what were they thinking? If you’re a Redskins fan, then don’t answer. The answer is yes.