The City of Wind’s two hilarious actors Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) and Craig Robinson (The Office) are doing battle once again. This time, with an ode to baseball’s favorite song for the 7th-inning stretch, courtesy of New Era Caps.
Even the suits have something to say about these spots.
“New Era is a valued member of both the White Sox and Cubs family of corporate partners and we are thrilled to have our rivalry selected to be featured in its national campaign. There are few rivalries in sports that challenge White Sox-Cubs. The passion of the fans during these rivalry series is unparalleled and although we are all Chicagoans, for six games a year, everyone in Chicago picks a side. If you wear the Silver and Black, you agree with everything Mr. Robinson says. If you agree with Mr. Offerman’s beliefs, well, you are either wrong or misinformed.” — Brooks Boyer, VP, CMO, Chicago White Sox
This just serves as a reminder that I need to go to more baseball games. In particular, I need to take myself down to Atlanta and root my Braves on more often, talk crazy to opposing fans, and try to keep up with my lethargic fantasy baseball team. Rivalries are alright with me.
Here is your pertinent reading material for Tuesday, enjoy.
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Eye On Basketball: In Game 3, the Thunder needed more wild Russell Westbrook
Hoops Authority: Phil Jackson Hints at Return, Takes Shots at New York Knicks
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Day and a Dream: Adidas Scraps Jeremy Scott Designed “Handcuffs” Roundhouse Mid
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Dime Magazine: Red Bull Midnight Run Brings Out The Best In Boston
Smoking Section: Maybach Music Held The Greatest Album Listening Party Ever
Wall Street Journal: Why NBA Teams Botch the Last Shot
Uncrate: Hornady Zombie Max Ammo
Eddie Maisonet is the founder and editor emeritus of The Sports Fan Journal. Currently, he serves as an associate editor for ESPN.com. He is an unabashed Russell Westbrook and Barry Switzer apologist, owns over 100 fitteds and snapbacks, and lives by Reggie Jackson’s famous quote, “I am the straw that stirs the drink.”