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We’re back with another glitch post to start off your weekend.


The hit heard ’round the world, and into the stands.


The no-stick glitch.


The random NASCAR crash after no contact glitch.


The scoring on 2 goalie glitch.


The “I get knocked down, but I get up again” glitch.


The 300lbs lineman hits the forcefield while trying to sack a QB glitch.


The into the wall but no catch glitch.


The invisible player glitch.

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Yasiel Puig fans rejoice as a new roster update for MLB 13: The Show is out, and this update feature Dodgers rookie Yasiel Puig. Though the Dodgers are in last place, Puig is off to one of the best rookie starts in MLB history.

Puig has an overall rating of 87, “A” potential, and a 92 arm strength. Be sure to download the update for your PS3’s.

FIRST LOOK: The PlayStation 4

Sony’s E3 presentation is still in progress, but here is Sony’s PS4 console.

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It’s Friday afternoon aka time to head over to YouTube and check out some game glitches for humor. These were some of the best recent one’s that we’ve come across, so feel free to send us some of your favorite glitches via Twitter.

The long and awkward fall (NHL 13)

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Last Friday, we headed to the PlayStation Lounge to talk to cover athlete and Jays outfielder Jose Bautista about MLB 13: The Show. The previous night, he left the game early with a twisted ankle, and we noticed him limping around while going back and forth between interviews at the Lounge. A lot of the usual stock questions were being asked by the networks:

  • How’s the season going so far?
  • Are you adjusting to the Toronto weather yet?
  • Can you sign my jersey? (this really happened… #amateur)

Hearing the same questions over and over gets boring really quick. So we decided, fuck the stock questions… time to have some fun. After the interview was over, he said he had a lot of fun with this. So here you go:

#PoppedAHomerImSweatin.

Big thanks to Janine Smith and Ari Xenarios for the invite to the PlayStation lounge.

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A new roster update dropped for MLB 13: The Show this morning, and there are a ton of changes. First of all, the following the players are now added to the game:

Aaron Hicks (MIN), Alejandro Sanabia (MIA), Alfredo Marte (ARI), Angel Sanchez (CHW), Brad Peacock (HOU), Brandon Maurier (SEA), Brendan Harris (LAA), Chris Valaika (MIA), Edgar Gonzalez (HOU), Ender Inciarte (PHI), Evan Gattis (ATL), Greg Burke (NYM), Hector Rondon (CHC), Hyun-jin Ryu (LAD), Jackie Bradley (BOS), JB Shuck (LAA), Jedd Gyorko (SD), Joe Ortiz (TEX), John Maine (MIA), Jon Garland (COL), Jose Fernandez (MIA), Josh Fields (HOU), Josh Wilson (ARI), Juan Gutierrez (KC), Julio Borbon (TEX), Justin Sellers (LA), Kevin Slowey (MIA), Khris Davis (MIL), Kyuji Fujikawa (CHC), Leury Garcia (TEX), Matt Tuiasosopo (DET), Miguel Tejada (KC), Nick Noonan (SF), Nick Tepesch (TEX), Ryan Pressly (MIN), Scitt Kazmir (CLE), Scott Rice (NYM), TJ McFarland (BAL), Wilkin Ramirez (MIN)

Now, for a list of all of the changes:

  • Alex Burnett moved from Twins minors to Blue Jays minors
  • Bartolo Colon moved from A’s minors to A’s starting
  • Brent Lillibridge moved from Cubs bench to Cubs position
  • Brian Matusz moved from Orioles relief to Orioles starting
  • Brian McCann moved from Braves position to Braves minors
  • Chad Billingsley moved from Dodgers starting to Dodgers minors
  • Chien Ming Wang moved from Free Agent to Yankees minors
  • Clint Robinson moved from Pirates minors to Blue Jays minors
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We’ve previously reported on how sports gaming companies run their social media accounts during big news in their respective sports. The Madden team is quick on the ball, posting screenshots of athletes in their new jerseys after a trade has been announced, and the NHL team is starting to do the same. If you follow MLB: The Show’s Twitter account, you probably noticed their awesome social strategy this past week. They’re doing a bunch of giveaways today, but the big thing that’s catching eyes is their Vine approach. Here’s how it works:

The MLB: The Show team surprised a number of their fans on Twitter with custom created baseball cards, using the popular social app called Vine. These cards are animated in a six-second video clip, and are based off the likeness of the fans’ Twitter avatar. They also feature the fan playing for their favorite team (see the example of Twitter user Jack Pattillo, fan of the Texas Rangers below).

This is the first time I’ve seen something like this, and it’s an awesome way to create hype, and to add a sense of community to your brand.

If you want a chance to have your own baseball card created by the Show team, follow their Twitter over at @MLBTheShow.