Thursday, February 29, 2024

Michael Vick’s dog now the only one excited to see him

"I know I've done some bad things to dogs in the past," Vick said. "But I just can't get enough of the little guy's unconditional love. Whenever I fill up my plate for dinner, he gets under my legs and I trip and fumble my food and he gobbles it right up."

Mets forget to show for Phillies game because they thought season was already over

After a putrid loss against the Milwaukee Brewers in which they only collected two hits, the New York Mets forgot to show up for their regularly-scheduled home game against the Phillies on Monday night, citing that "we thought the season ended already."

The World’s Most Honest Sports Team Logos, Part 2

Team names are fun, but they don't always accurately reflect a franchise's players and fans. Here at The Heckler, we've created a few alternate names and logos that are more descriptive of the teams they represent.

Dog that killed Michael Vick and six other people thinks he’s ready for a...

"I realize what a mistake it was to kill all those people," Champ barked. "But c'mon, that was like five years ago! I'm a totally different dog now and I want my pups to experience the joy of having a human owner. Just because I made a small mistake by viciously abusing and murdering some humans, doesn't mean my puppies should pay the price."

Paternity test shows Yankees are former Red Sox Pedro Martinez’s actual biological daddy

Despite Dominican papers saying otherwise, a paternity test taken in April by Pedro Martinez revealed that the New York Yankees are indeed his daddy.

Hamels beans his kid during father-son game

Keeping with his firm belief in “old school” baseball, Cole Hamels reportedly threw a 92 MPH fastball directly into his eight-year-old son’s buttocks during the duo’s first ever father-son baseball game.

Chicagoans have no collective memory of Game 2 against Sixers having happened

As the Bulls' once-promising season continues to unravel, psychology professors from Northwestern University released shocking early results from an overnight study that revealed not one Chicagoan apparently remembers Tuesday night's 109-92 thrashing at the hands of the very mediocre 76ers in Game 2 of the first-round of the playoffs.