St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols?was in New York for a series against the Mets recently and decided to?drop by?’The Late Show with David Letterman’ to talk baseball, and managed to work some batting practice in as well.
He faced-off against Letterman, who surprisingly has some pop in his bat, and not to mention an athletic-looking swing.
Actor and comedian Denis Leary was a guest on the show as well,?and was kind enough to play?the role of pitcher for both of the contestants.
Watch the face-off first, followed by the interview.
Newly acquired Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh is?recognized around the NBA for making funny and creative YouTube videos, almost as much as he is known for his production on the court.
Bosh went on the ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ and took his shot-blocking ability with him. The two discussed Bosh’s new move and YouTube glory for a bit, but what ensued afterward has to my knowledge never been attempted before on a late night talk show.
Fallon challenged Bosh to a little one-on-one, as a basketball goal was provided on set. As you may have guessed?the?match?was far from a competitive, but entertaining nonetheless.
UFC star Quinton “Rampage” Jackson hasn’t been successful in the fighting business lately, but luckily he has another gig that’s working out for him nicely.
The fighter co-stars in the movie “The A-Team” which has been well-received by the public, drawing a rating of 7.4 based on upwards of 20,000 votes on IMDB.com.
“The A-Team” hit theaters on June 11, in the States at least. As to explain why they were in?Madrid promoting the movie, I’m guessing it had a later release date in Spain.
Rampage (far right) looks a little out of it in this scene, but I’m sure he did a somewhat decent job in the movie. His mohawk does contrast nicely with the explosion in the background, so he’s got that going for him.
Samuel L. Jackson may be one of the most powerful people in the entertainment?industry, so when he tells you to do something, you do it. When he tells you to jump you not only ask how high, but which direction.
So, Atlanta Falcons fans, when Samuel L. Jackson tells you to “Rise Up,” you subsequently “Rise Up,” because that’s what Falcons do, isn’t it? They rise up. Just watch the video, complimented by a synchronized choir.