Category Archives: Bench Hall of Fame

Bench Hall of Fame: Munenori Kawasaki

Welp. The Kawasaki era is over. Forget Donaldson. Forget Bautista. Please, please, please try and forget Price. Kawasaki was the face of the playoff Jays. While he didn’t play a single game, this plucky monkey man-child who supposedly plays shortstop, was front and center for the entirety of last season magical playoff run. While Bautista’s bat flip is obviously the

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Bench Hall of Fame: David Ayres

Last Friday night David Ayres was living every Canadian kid’s dream. Within 24 hours, he went from being a run-of-the-mill zamboni driver, to living the life of a professional goalie. Ayres, the Toronto Marlies zamboni driver, was signed to an amateur tryout by the Marlies on an emergency basis. The whole situation unfolded when James Reimer went down with an

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Bench Hall of Fame: Monmouth Hawks Basketball

Catch all of their antics at Deadspin.comĀ and SB Nation. This is an entertaining Cinderella team to keep an eye on. Even if their upsets overĀ Notre Dame, UCLA, and USC are their peak, their unique and entertaining sideline celebrations have made them Vine stars. In a day and age when sports leagues and athletes all take each other too seriously, these

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