Can someone redesign shopping carts please.
Twitter user @cpatterson_7 filmed his buddy trying out a speed pitch challenge at a Rockies game, and after the video went viral on Twitter he ended up signing an official contract with the Oakland A's! Talk about a true fairytale. We wish this guy nothing but luck in his spontaneous MLB career.
This coldhearted Chicago Cubs fan's earned himself the nickname of "Mai Tai Guy" after footage of him stealing a home run ball from kids in the stands surfaced. I mean, he didn't rip the ball out of their hands or anything, but he definitely could've been more sensitive to those hopeful kids around him that just wanted a chance at taking home a home run ball.
Jose Canseco's out on Twitter looking like a curveball-throwing pitcher these days, man. I don't know what's going on in his dugout, but the retired MLB baseball player looks like swapped his gatorade, for something of a more disorienting, chemically-infused persuasion. But hey. That's just what it looks like. Maybe Canseco's having a hell of a fun time messing around with fans and followers, by tweeting out the most unexpected kind of sh*t possible. Just cause he can. Now, read up on how you can live 30 years long, according to, Jose Canseco.
The truth is, no, you never needed this information. We're just glad that Shanna_Shi is weird enough to think of this, and has enough time to go through with pointing out all these similarities. Did these players steal their looks from Pokémon? No, who would ask that, it's ridiculous. If Major League Baseball and Pokémon have any one thing in common, it's probably that you've gotta catch 'em all.
Life is good when you can watch other people mess up. Whether it's getting hit in the face with a wild foot or falling into a mysterious hole, there's amusement to be found in the failures of others. If you don't find that these fails fill your fail-o-meter, you can find more right here.
File under headlines we never thought we'd write! Twitter user Shanna Shi wowed baseball and Pokémon fans alike when she started this viral twitter thread comparing baseball players hair to Pokémon. The thread became so popular that Shanna has already tweeted 60+ comparisons - and attracted the attention of the athletes themselves. MLB players Rhys Hoskins and Trevor Williams both begged for their Shanna-approved doppelgangers, and she gladly complied. Given that there are over 800 Pokémon in that adorable universe, we sure hope there are more tweets on their way. We've posted the bangers but you can see more here.