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  • Gerrit Cole may have had too much fun at the Penguins game

    Mark Townsend at Big League Stew12 hrs ago

    Pittsburgh Pirates ace Gerrit Cole hasn't had the best week at work. After taking the loss in Monday's series opener against the Chicago Cubs, he watched his squad get swept in dominant fashion.  

    That's not good. However, like all people who find happiness in life, Cole was able to leave his work troubles behind and enjoyed a fun night of hockey with his fellow Pittsburgh Penguins fans. 

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    As you can see, Cole was front and center at the Consol Energy Center sporting his Sidney Crosby jersey for Game 4 of the Penguins' series against the Washington Capitals on Wednesday night.

    Based on all of the photos and videos that were taken, it seems he had a really good time.

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  • Fan takes opportunistic selfie with player who fell into stands

    Mark Townsend at Big League Stew14 hrs ago

    A selfie craze has taken over Major League Baseball.

    On Tuesday night, a Cleveland Indians fan took perhaps the coolest selfie you'll ever see thanks to the Progressive Field videoboard. Now, just one day later, a fan at Marlins Park in Miami has taken perhaps the most opportunistic selfie you'll see after capturing a quick photo with Arizona Diamondbacks right fielder Brandon Drury. 

    [Related: Indians fan takes the coolest ballpark selfie you've ever seen]

    The unexpected photo op took place in the fifth inning when Miami's Martin Prado hit a pop up into shallow right field that drifted toward the stands. Drury, who was positioned near the line, had plenty of time to race over and make the play. However, he also ended up tumbling over the railing into the stands.

    It was a very nice play, but it was quickly overshadowed by a quick-thinking fan named Blake, who took out his camera and made the scene into a selfie.

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