“Technology & Stuff” Chevy Rep Gives Recently Recalled Truck To World Series MVP

“Technology & Stuff” Chevy Rep Gives Recently Recalled Truck To World Series MVP

Forget Madison Bumgarner’s historic heroics in last night’s Game 7 of the 2014 World Series, the true Most Valuable Player of this postseason is Rikk Wilde, a regional Chevy executive who was thrust into the spotlight after Wednesday’s game and unwittingly turned himself into an Internet icon, while also handing out a recently recalled truck. [More]

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Customs Agents Seize Hundreds Of Kansas City Royals Panties In Raid On Boutique

Show me someone who predicted federal agents would be engaged in a literal panty raid and I will show you a liar, because the idea is preposterous — at first. But in a scenario that’s actually par for the course for agents with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (which falls under the Department of Homeland Security’s auspices) put the kibosh on a lingerie boutique for selling unauthorized Kansas City Royals underwear. [More]

Tickets To Tonight’s World Series Game 6 Are The Priciest In Boston’s History

Tickets To Tonight’s World Series Game 6 Are The Priciest In Boston’s History

There are plenty of Boston Red Sox fans who would just love the opportunity to see their team win the World Series at home in tonight’s Game 6 against the St. Louis Cardinals. But a once-in-a-lifetime chance also comes with a once-in-a-lifetime price: The price fans could pay to watch tonight’s game at Fenway Park is the most expensive local ticket in Boston’s history. [More]

StubHub Cancels $6 World Series Ticket, Ends Up Giving The Guy A Seat Anyway

StubHub Cancels $6 World Series Ticket, Ends Up Giving The Guy A Seat Anyway

Yesterday baseball fans were probably super jealous of the lucky guy who snagged a $6 ticket to Game 1 of the World Series in Boston on StubHub — half in fees, half the listed price for the ticket — but it seems whoever sold the ticket wasn’t too pleased about it. According to the buyer, StubHub yanked the ticket, citing it as a “fraudulent purchase.” [More]

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Lucky Guy Is Probably The Only Person Going To Game 1 Of The World Series For $6

On the one hand, it’s pretty darn awesome and amazing that a guy was able to buy a ticket to Game 1 of the World Series for only $6 on StubHub. But it’s also a bit sad for whoever listed that ticket, as it was probably — okay, most definitely — a mistake. [More]

A lack of bells for Detroit.

Detroit To Lose Again When Everyone Else Gets Free World Series Taco Bell Tacos

With the Phillies nowhere near the baseball postseason, the only reason I’ve been watching the World Series is to add to my Ken Rosenthal bow tie Pinterest page and to see which player would be the first to steal a base and thereby win free Taco Bell tacos for the entire nation. [More]

Cablevision & Fox Put Differences Aside, Work Together
To Screw Customers

Cablevision & Fox Put Differences Aside, Work Together To Screw Customers

Just in time for Game 3 of a World Series that very few people in its viewing audience care seriously about, Cablevision and Fox have ended their two-week standoff. Which means Cablevision customers will have Fox stations back on the air — and they’ll be paying more for them! [More]

Cablevision Gives Customers Free World Series Streams

Cablevision Gives Customers Free World Series Streams

Good news for aging New York Giants loyalists and Yankee fans who want to do a pre-purchase check-in on Cliff Lee: This evening, Cablevision emailed customers — who have lost all Fox programming, including the World Series, due to the ongoing battle between the two companies — and said they would reimburse them for Major League Baseball’s $9.95 Postseason.tv service. [More]

Fox Says No To Cablevision Offer

Fox Says No To Cablevision Offer

First it seemed there was no chance Cablevision and Fox would settle their differences today. And then Cablevision said it was okay to pay Fox a butt load of cash… but only for one year. And now, we learn Fox has rebuffed this last-minute attempt to end the stand-off in time for Game 1 of the World Series. [More]

Ticketmaster Won't Refund Shipping Charge For Unshipped
World Series Tickets

Ticketmaster Won't Refund Shipping Charge For Unshipped World Series Tickets

As mentioned earlier, the World Series starts tonight. Consumerist reader Louis is doubly ticked-off because A) his Yankees aren’t playing and B) Ticketmaster is still holding onto some of the money he paid for tickets to a game he’ll never see. [More]

Cablevision Offers 1-Year Deal To Fox To End Stand-Off

Cablevision Offers 1-Year Deal To Fox To End Stand-Off

We may have spoken too soon when we wrote that no resolution appeared to be on the horizon in the Fox/Cablevision water balloon war over carriage fees. [More]

No Resolution In Cablevision/Fox Fracas With Only Hours To
Go To World Series Start

No Resolution In Cablevision/Fox Fracas With Only Hours To Go To World Series Start

The World Series begins tonight on Fox, but it looks like 3 million Cablevision subscribers will have to resort to finding an antenna or watching elsewhere as the thumb-wrestling match between the cable provider and NewsCorp drags on without resolution. [More]

Yep, Trying To Trade Sex For World Series Tickets Is Illegal

Yep, Trying To Trade Sex For World Series Tickets Is Illegal

We know you really want to go see the Phillies/Yankees World Series, but you’ll have to find some way to pay for it that doesn’t include sex acts. One Philly fan found out that hard way when an undercover cop answered her Craigslist ad.

Free Tacos Today At Taco Bell

Free Tacos Today At Taco Bell

That “Steal A Base, Steal A Taco” promotion is today, October 28th, from 2pm to 6pm. Get a free beef crunchy taco thanks to Jason Bartlett of the Tampa Bay Rays.

Taco Bell: Dude Steals Base In World Series, So Enjoy Your Free Taco

Taco Bell: Dude Steals Base In World Series, So Enjoy Your Free Taco

A base was stolen last night in Game 1 of the World Series (yes, it seems that they do still bother to televise baseball after the Red Sox are eliminated,) meaning that everyone in America is eligible to receive a free taco. You have the Tampa Bay Rays and shortstop Jason Bartlett to thank this year. Be sure to send him a note.