Looks like they had good parents after all.
After a video went viral yesterday of MLB announcers mocking sorority girls ignoring a baseball game to take selfies, the Arizona Diamondbacks wanted to make things good with the women of Alpha Chi Omega.
They offered the sorority free tickets to an upcoming game in hopes of making everything square, showing there were no hard feelings.
In a classy response, the sorority publicly thanked the organization, but said the tickets would be better used for a charity. They also brought attention to the fact that October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and invited people to donate toward protecting families.
Did you watch the final game of the World Series? No? Well, aside from knowing that the San Francisco Giants beats the Royals 3-2 in game 7, this video is all you need to see.
Rikk Wilde is a Chevrolet representative who was tasked with presenting the World Series MVP trophy to Madison Bumgarner. And to talk about… "technology and stuff."
A fan caught on camera sleeping during a New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox game in April has filed a defamation lawsuit against Major League Baseball, the Yankees, ESPN and the game's two announcers (John Kruk and Dan Shulman),according to The Courthouse News Service.
Andrew Robert Rector, in a lawsuit filed in Bronx Supreme Court, lays out why he felt he was defamed after images of him nodding off at Yankee Stadium on April 13 were broadcast.
"In the course of watching the game plaintiff napped and this opened unending verbal crusade against the napping plaintiff," the complaint stated.