Wanna see “El Paso’s fastest wiener?”


Really, that’s how the dang field announcer intro’d this thing. He’s horrible, by the way. Ignore him and watch the dogs.

But really, this video isn’t even here for the “fastest wiener,” because that’s a B.S. title granted by a lame, too-short race which gives an unfair advantage to high-energy, low-stamina wiener dogs over the wiener dogs with greater endurance.

No, I link this video for the dog that escaped after the race and ran all over the field.


Thank God this didn’t happen in Philly or else someone would’ve tased that dog, bro.


Braves option Michael Soroka to Triple-A Gwinnett after two starts in comeback bid

Joseph Rondone/The Republic / USA TODAY NETWORK

ATLANTA – Atlanta right-hander Michael Soroka, who posted an 8.38 ERA in two starts in his comeback from two right Achilles tendon tears, was optioned to Triple-A Gwinnett on Monday.

The move came after Soroka allowed five runs and seven hits in 3 2/3 innings in Atlanta’s 8-5 win at Arizona on Sunday. All of Soroka’s runs allowed came with two outs. After the game, he said: “That’s not quite me.”

Soroka, an All-Star as a rookie in 2019, was Atlanta’s opening day starter in 2020 before suffering his first Achilles tendon tear early in the season. He needed a follow-up procedure before suffering a second tear in 2021.

The Braves didn’t immediately announce who will replace Soroka in the rotation. An option could be rookie AJ Smith Shawver, who threw 2 1/3 scoreless innings in relief in his debut on Sunday.

The Braves on Monday also claimed infielder Lucas Williams off waivers from the Los Angeles Dodgers and optioned Williams to Gwinnett. To make room on the 40-man roster, left-hander Max Fried was transferred to the 60-day injured list.