Billy Hamilton has been clocked going from home plate to first base at 3.3 seconds, which (if our math is correct) means that he's about as fast as an F-22 fighter jet. Math was never our strong suit. He might be even faster going from third to home -- he scored a run in Wednesday's 4-0 win over the Cardinals that only he could score. There are questions surrounding whether Hamilton can hit enough to stay in the major leagues, but if he keeps making plays like this, he just might earn a permanent spot on the Reds' roster fairly soon.
It's always embarrassing when small children are better than you at something. That's why we're a little intimidated by this video of this kid demonstrating his complete and absolute dominance at NCAA tournament trivia. He's somehow managed to memorize which team beat each of the teams that lost in the 2014 March Madness bracket. We can't even remember what we had for dinner last night. Can you even come close to him?
Starting with Cincinnati, click each individual team and type your answer.
We're not ashamed to say that this video -- which features Ukrainian daredevil Mustang Wanted hanging off of structures that are both (a) very tall and (b) apparently not particularly sturdy -- practically gave us heart palpitations. Seriously, this guy is dangling by one hand 40 meters above the ground. We don't know how long a meter is, but given how small everything seems from that height, we're going to assume that one meter equals about four hundred feet. Hopefully you make it through unscathed. As for us, we're going to go try to move our desk to the basement.
Dirk Nowitzki continued his march up the NBA's scoring list on Tuesday night, moving past Hall of Famer Oscar Robertson for 10th all time. Nowitzki has passed some esteemed company on his way, and he may very well pass a few more by the time he's through. Can you name the players in Nowitzki's company on the all-time scoring list? Take our quiz!
Nets complete sweep of Heat
The Indiana Pacers' recent struggles have put their participation in the Eastern Conference finals in doubt. But let's not send the Miami Heat there yet, either; on Tuesday, the Brooklyn Nets completed a four-game regular-season sweep of the two-time defending champions. Does this mean Paul Pierce & Co. would actually give Miami a run in a playoff series? Which East "outsider" is the biggest playoff threat?