Jul 062013

South Korean rhythmic gymnast Shin Soo-Ji has made a splash on the Western web. She threw the first pitch at the Doosan Bears-Samsung Lions baseball game, and beautifully demonstrated her artistic and athletic abilities with a flip-style wind up pitch. 

In just one day, video of her pitch has amassed over 3 million views, and is featured on BuzzFeed, HuffPost, and InQuisitr


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Jun 162013

Us Yanks can’t help but be entertained by the cliche sports announcers from across the pond. Especially because the game of cricket is preferred by most redcoats, their coverage of baseball just doesn’t sound right.

Anthony Richardson and TheExplodingHeads take this concept to the Nth degree in Bad British Baseball Commentary, where a mock British announcer tries his British best to report on a Red Sox-Yankees game. 

Just over the weekend, the humorous video has been seen over 400,000 times


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May 282013

Japanese Blue Jays baseball player Munenori Kawasaki has become an instant viral video star over the extended weekend.

After beating the Atlanta Braves on Sunday, Munenori Kawasaki was given the opportunity to speak on camera. Kawasaki didn’t waste anytime announcing, “I am Munenori Kawasaki. I come from Japan. I am Japaneeeese!”

He then gave a short speech from a small notepad and was given a surprise Gatorade shower by his teammates. 

Now, countless copies of Munenori’s post game interview are circling the web, with the most popular version standing with over 600,000 hits


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May 262013

The post game interview at the ballpark can be pretty dull, even for the most die hard of fans. But that’s not the case for Cincinnati Bearcats fans. The players make sure to have fun in the background of the interview to keep fans rolling their seats. 

The official Bearcats YouTube channel compiled all their most ridiculous post game interview moments, and published this hilarious video last week. Already, it has amassed over half a million views, and has appeared on UpRoxx, CBSSports, and Devour


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May 162013

YouTuber Dodger Films specializes in fan made videos of all the action in Dodgers stadium. Only now has his first video gone viralviral, amassing over one million views over the past few days.

In the short clip, Korean pitcher Hyun-Jin Ryu plays catch with a very lucky kid in the stands who happens to have a great arm. The video is further featured on HuffPost, YahooSports, and Fox.


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