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|There's crazy. There's insane. Then there's every moment Roddy Piper was on TV.|
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Deadspin.com's Will Leitch was one of the first sports bloggers to embrace the power of YouTube. Here are his five favorite findings from the past few months:|
5. It's Hard Out There For A Mascot
So there's just some guys, driving around, looking for something to eat, when out of nowhere, the Atlanta Hawks mascot drives by on a miniature motorcycle. And -- wouldn't you know it? -- the bike breaks down.
4. "It's All About The Cats"
Made in the mid-'80s, this is a promotional "rap" video from the Arizona Wildcats. Star performers include Steve Kerr, Sean Elliott and Tom Tolbert. If you look quick, you'll even see Kenny Lofton.
3. The Baseball Flop
An Arkansas college baseball player, desperately trying to get on base, reels as if hit by an inside pitch, even though it missed him by about two feet. His Brando-esque performance convinces no one, but he still pleads his case to the point that the ump, mercifully, ejects him.
2. A Fly Manny Would Have Tried To Catch
At an Alaska Goldpanners summer-league game, right as the pitcher's in his windup, a small plane crashes just beyond the left-field fence. The best part is the announcer, still using his normal broadcasting voice.
1. Game 6, 1986, set to RBI Baseball
It's that simple; the great Nintendo RBI Baseball simulating the grueling last moments of Bill Buckner's happiness, all set to the dulcet tones of Vin Scully. The amount of work that went into this is just another example of why the Internet is so terrifying.
|Everyone watched "Saved By The Bell," but few would ever admit it.|
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