Fast Pitch: Yasiel Puig Playboy, Matt Harvey Undercover, Summer Vacation
The Los Angeles Dodgers‘ fan base was crushed when it learned that Yasiel Puig wouldn’t be playing in the 2013 MLB All-Star Game. Luckily, the Dodgers’ outfielder hasn’t wasted the time off and was seen recently enjoying himself at the one and only Playboy mansion. Puig may not know a ton of the English language just yet, but he certainly knows what Playboy Magazine is. Dan Parzyzch nailed home this article and even gave Snoop Lion some love, so check it out.
If you saw Matt Harvey walking down your street, would you recognize the New York Mets‘ ace? Despite being the National League starter in this year’s MLB All-Star Game, multiple New York natives didn’t know Harvey from Adam. Thankfully, you can see this hilarious video in the clubhouse section, where Connor Muldowney has the scoop.
It’s the dead of summer, but that doesn’t mean that we have to settle with being bored all season long! Instead of kicking back on your lawn chair until the winter comes, how about getting down with a famous athlete? Jack McKinney has a great piece in the clubhouse section as he counts down the top 15 athletes who he’d love to spend the rest of his summer with — No. 1 on his list will leave you either leave you irate or laughing hysterically.
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Louisville's baseball team made a seamless transition into the ACC this year, dominating the competition by going 25-5 during conference play and earning the #5 national seed in the NCAA Championship. Sean McNally and ACCDN host Jeff Fischel break down some of the Cardinals biggest strengths and discuss which pitcher will need to elevate his game in order for Louisville to make a run to Omaha. Read More
Miami LHP Andrew Suarez | ACC Baseball Prospect Watch
Miami senior lefty Andrew Suarez has been one of the top arms in the ACC over the last few years, compiling a 7-1 record with a 3.09 ERA through the ACC Championship play this season. The Miami native features a fastball in the mid-90s and a deadly slider. ACCDN host Jeff Fischel catches up with Suarez to talk about his poise on the mound, why Suarez passed up a 2nd-round MLB selection last year and his ideal team to play for in the majors. Read More