After all talk and no walk, teams in the playoff hunt suddenly opened a barrage of blockbuster trades that has sent ripples throughout the league. Here’s a quick rundown of what went down hours before the 4 PM EST non-waiver deadline in the MLB:
Last year during the International Champions Cup, a fan ran onto the field to take a hug Cristiano Ronaldo.
This year, a couple pitch invaders tried to do something else.
Take a selfie with Super Mario.
It does beg the question…why always him? (via @NA_B27)
You don’t realize how bad the East is until you analyze what the West is doing. The toughest division in hockey (sorry Pacific) just got tougher this offseason with every team but the Jets improving their lineup.
Presented without comment, a video that encapsulates Mario Balotelli.
Ironing, dancing, and reading I Am Zlatan. So much to love there.
Alex Radu continues his look at the NHL offseason by breaking down the Atlantic Division.
While definitely not as exciting as the NBA free agency this summer, between all the coach changes and an exciting first day of free agency, fans still have a lot to be excited for going into next hockey season. In order to recap everything going on in the NHL, we at TFP are analyzing each division and ranking how each team has been in the offseason.
First up, the Metropolitan Division.