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See a pro photog’s beautiful Instagram view of baseball 

Veteran Sports Illustrated photographer Brad Mangin captures MLB’s more intimate moments in these cool shots from his Instagram account that have been turned into a book.

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See a pro photog’s beautiful Instagram view of baseball 

Veteran Sports Illustrated photographer Brad Mangin captures MLB’s more intimate moments in these cool shots from his Instagram account that have been turned into a book.

Check it out

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The Philadelphia 76ers have really escalated the T-shirt Gun arms race:

The weapon of mass comfort, officially known as “Big Bella,” weighs 600 pounds and can fire up to 100 shirts per minute. Judging by the startling straight-down-the-double-barrel picture supplied by the Sixers, the device appears somewhat similar to a jumbo Gatling gun.

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(also, “something something Mineshaft Gap”

The Philadelphia 76ers have really escalated the T-shirt Gun arms race:

The weapon of mass comfort, officially known as “Big Bella,” weighs 600 pounds and can fire up to 100 shirts per minute. Judging by the startling straight-down-the-double-barrel picture supplied by the Sixers, the device appears somewhat similar to a jumbo Gatling gun.

Check it out

(also, “something something Mineshaft Gap

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Graph: Hosting the Olympics Is 6-Times More Expensive Than Flying a Robot to Mars - The Atlantic Wire

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Curt Shilling is “probably” broke:

Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says he’s “tapped out” after putting more than $50 million of his own money into the failed 38 Studios video game company.
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ESPN reports that Schilling told WEEI-FM in Boston that “the money I saved during baseball was probably all gone.”

He should probably call his accountant and find out for sure.

Curt Shilling is “probably” broke:

Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says he’s “tapped out” after putting more than $50 million of his own money into the failed 38 Studios video game company.

ESPN reports that Schilling told WEEI-FM in Boston that “the money I saved during baseball was probably all gone.”

He should probably call his accountant and find out for sure.