1. someone please tell me what this is and why this is

    someone please tell me what this is and why this is

    (Source: fuckyeskylemooney, via soulfulsock)

  2. sandwich+baseball gif of the year, via mlboffseason

    sandwich+baseball gif of the year, via mlboffseason

    (Source: tedroden)

  3. Ricketts: It's time to move forward

    This is required P&P viewing at the 1:00 minute mark to see the amazing transformation from video room/vending machine room/corporate lunch room into batting cage. Like a slow-moving Voltron without all the tech and with whiteboards.
  4. trying to figure out what is this magical internet place…:
spikeshigh:

Here goes nothing… Spikes High Sporting and Goods at spikeshigh.co is now open!
What is Spikes High? Spikes High Sporting and Goods is a marketplace of contemporary design goods, art, curated vintage finds, and overall “cool shit” for the sport-obsessed.

    trying to figure out what is this magical internet place…:

    spikeshigh:

    Here goes nothing…
    Spikes High Sporting and Goods at spikeshigh.co is now open!

    What is Spikes High?
    Spikes High Sporting and Goods is a marketplace of contemporary design goods, art, curated vintage finds, and overall “cool shit” for the sport-obsessed.

  5. when someone who could probably be an NFL linebacker decides to play baseball instead.
torontobluejays:

Lawrie turns a spectacular double play to get the Blue Jays out of trouble.

    when someone who could probably be an NFL linebacker decides to play baseball instead.

    torontobluejays:

    Lawrie turns a spectacular double play to get the Blue Jays out of trouble.

    (via throwtheknuckleball)

  6. throwtheknuckleball:

Now that’s teamwork.

    throwtheknuckleball:

    Now that’s teamwork.

  7. spikeshigh:

Westish Harpooners/ The Art of Fielding fitted by Ideal Cap Co. Mad shoutouts to Skrim! Literary nerd status.

    spikeshigh:

    Westish Harpooners/ The Art of Fielding fitted by Ideal Cap Co. Mad shoutouts to Skrim! Literary nerd status.

  8. generalelectric:

    Shown here is the micro forge test at GE’s Global Research Center. Researchers use the rig to heat up and apply 100,000 lbs. of pressure to different advanced materials to find out how to make them even stronger. While everyday objects crumble, GE materials are designed to take the pressure. Head over to our YouTube channel to see more everyday objects being smashed, crushed and blasted. 

    (via junkculture)

  9. never forget. (via Lester’s Legends)

    never forget. (via Lester’s Legends)

  10. mightyflynn:

Cutch
May 1, 2014
OriolePark at Camden Yards
Baltimore, Maryland
Photo by Peter Semansky/AP

    mightyflynn:

    Cutch

    May 1, 2014

    OriolePark at Camden Yards

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Photo by Peter Semansky/AP