Pedro Martinez Kills Ned Yost On TBS Postgame Show

The Royals beat the A’s in the AL wild card play-in game despite, not because, of manager Ned Yost
. This didn’t escape TBS analyst Pedro Martinez, who absolutely lambasted Yost’s decision to relieve James Shields with fellow Dominican Yordano Ventura two days after Ventura threw 73 pitches. Martinez even gave Ventura a Spanish version of the Good Will Hunting "it’s not your fault" speech.

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Royals Defeat A’s, Ned Yost In Epic Play-In Game

Sacrifice bunts are rarely the correct call in baseball, so of course Ned Yost’s Kansas City Royals laid down four of them in Tuesday night’s wild card play-in game against the Oakland A’s. Despite Jon Lester displaying uncharacteristic shakiness and the Royals’ offense performing uncharacteristically well, Yost insisted on attempting to win by grit and grind, sacrifice and steal. He pulled it off—barely.

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Michigan Students Rally Against AD Dave Brandon’s Incompetence

Michigan Students Rally Against AD Dave Brandon's Incompetence

College students are lazy, apathetic creatures who only get excited by free pizza, which makes the fact that hundreds of University of Michigan students protested athletic director Dave Brandon’s continued employment by the school all the more amazing. A "Fire Dave Brandon" rally was held tonight on the campus Diag, essentially the quad. Reports from the scene said that the rally was somewhat disorganized, but there is no doubt that a lot of students showed up:

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Hands-on with the rugged Cat S50

Cat Phones has announced their S50 model earlier this month. It’s a rugged LTE smartphone designed specifically to be used outdoors and in challenging environments. It’s waterproof, scratch-resistant, dustproof and can withstand more than just a few bumps and scrapes. We first played with the Cat S50 at IFA, but we met with them again last night to have a closer look. Watch our hands-on video.



Pervy TBS Cameraman Ogles Women In Crowd

Baseball has a lot of quick stoppages of play, like this 20 second pause during tonight’s American League wild card play-in game. If you’re watching on TV, that’s when you grab a quick bite or glance at Twitter. If you’re this TBS cameraman, however, it’s your chance to ogle attractive women in the stadium. Three seconds to find them, seven seconds to stare at them, and ten seconds to pan back to the action. The honey shot is alive and well. Andy Sidaris
would be proud.

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New Google+ ‘PG-13′ feature allows you to restrict posts from minors or readers in foreign lands

A new feature has just launched for Google’s social networking service Google+ that allows you to restrict your posts based on your audience’s age or location. This way, you can set filters for the content you create to make sure it’s not viewable by children, or that you can share your Google+ posts to your peers without the peering eyes of parents. Businesses can also use the new feature to restrict content based on where they want promotions to happen.