[WATCH] Red Sox First Pitch Hits Camera Man In The Nuts'He was throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at Fenway Park when the incident occurred. USA TODAY reports Leandre is a high school junior and competitive baseball player, but something like this probably has never happened to him before. Luckily the photographer, Tony Capobianco, is ok and Jordan laughed off the pitch too.'
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Top 3 Curses in Sports HistoryWe have come upon another Friday the 13th and so in honor of the superstitious nature of the day, here are the top three curses in sports history.
Rockets Playoff Beards: Join The MovementWith the Rockets tipping off the playoffs Sunday - not to mention James Harden sporting a forest on his face - Paul Gallant was inspired to bring a little hockey to the NBA.
Red Sox Win First World Series At Home In 95 YearsMore than an hour after the final out, players lingered on the field and fans stood by their seats, cheering, singing and applauding.
Ross Comes Up Big To Boost Boston To 3-2 Series LeadBecoming a World Series star was far from the troubled mind of David Ross last summer. He had just gotten a tiebreaking, seventh-inning double in Monday night's 3-1 win over St. Louis, giving Boston a 3-2 World Series lead, and the journeyman catcher thought back to May 11.
Obstruction Call Gives Cardinals 2-1 Series Lead In 5-4 Win
Wacha, Beltran Help Cards Even World Series 1-AllOne is 22, brimming with vigor and riding a hot streak in the dawn of his career, the other is 36, injected with a painkiller just to make it on the field and refusing to succumb to discomfort during his first and perhaps last chance to earn that elusive ring.
Reversed Call Leads To Red Sox 8-1 Win No need for instant replay. The umpires overturned this blown call on their own. After Dustin Pedroia was called out on a phantom force play in the first inning of the World Series opener, second base umpire Dana DeMuth was reversed by the other five members of his crew.