The 2015 season hasn’t gone well for the Oakland A’s, but one member of their staff has made highlight reels all over the country.
Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford hit a bouncing ball into the stands behind home plate during the 2nd inning of Sunday’s game against the Phillies. The ball was headed straight for a fan in the front row, who wasn’t paying attention.
Every kid who brings a glove to the game dreams of making a fully outstretched grab on a home run ball, but what if that perfect moment comes at the expense of your favorite team? Apparently that scenario is quite tragic.
9.8 Earthquake In YouTube Video, ‘San Andreas’ Movie Just Fiction, But Science Says 8.0 Increasingly Likely For California
Separating fact from fiction, yes, a 9+ magnitude quake or two will hit California in the “San Andreas” movie being released May 29th, yes a 8.0 magnitude quake in California is possible, but no, a planetary alignment has less effect on Earth than the Moon’s gravity and there is nearly zero chance of a 9.8 quake happening in California on May 28th or May 29th.
Video of an injured sea turtle getting a second chance at life thanks to a 3D printed titanium jaw is racking up thousands of views on YouTube.
After video of a violent arrest in San Jose last weekend went viral, police in San Jose admitted the video is tough to watch, but defended the use of force on the suspect.
The San Jose Police Department’s internal affairs division is investigating what some citizens described as “police brutality” in a three-minute, one second video that has already been viewed nearly 100,000 times, and is being watched more than 20,000 times an hour Monday night.
Rich German posted the video to his Facebook page earlier this month, and has received national media attention for his encounter with the whales.
Not for the faint of heart, but if you can stomach it, see this spider shed its skin!
The Bay Area disaster film starring “The Rock” goes viral on YouTube…