Braves’ Ozzie Albies camera stare the latest entry into the pantheon of hilarious sports memes

Ozzie Albies is staring into your soul.

The Braves notched their first World Series since 1995 on Tuesday, polishing off an unreal season (really, from August onward), gaining momentum like a freight train and finishing off the Astros in Game 6 on Tuesday, 7-0.

For all the dominance the Braves have had since Aug. 1, they’ve had just as much fun on the field. Exhibit 1: Ozzie Albies.

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The Braves infielder had himself quite the meme-able moment in the deciding Game 6, when he spotted one of Fox’s in-ground cameras in the infield, doing his best “Ace Ventura” impersonation between innings.

 As mentioned, it was quite the meme-able moment, and people provided plenty of memes off of it: 

Ozzie has all the reason to have a little fun, since he’s already a national hero: In Game 1, Albies stole second base,

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16 Hilarious ‘Star Wars’ Memes to Share

May the 4th be with you! If you’re going to invent a holiday, you could do worse than combining “Star Wars” references and puns. Today is May 4, and Mark Hamill has previously prepared for the annual occasion on Twitter to avoid getting inundated with mentions, but we know it’s a trap! So, take the high ground and stand by, red leader, because if you think we haven’t found some of the best the internet has to offer today, then we find your lack of faith disturbing.

Now if only Ryan Gosling were in “Star Wars” instead of Oscar Isaac:

Happy #StarWarsDay! #MayThe4thBeWithYou. How are you celebrating today? Tweet us photos of your #MayThe4th cosplay, parties, food, and more! pic.twitter.com/VfSNS6mRoi

— Nerdist (@nerdist) May 4, 2018

Here’s a famous motivational poster from one of the galaxy’s greatest minds:

Some #Chewbacca wisdom on #StarWarsDay.#StarWars #MayTheFourthBeWithYou #MayThe4thBeWithYou #MayTheForceBeWithYou

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Hilarious Moment On ‘SportsCenter’ This Afternoon

A general photo of ESPN's set.
A general photo of ESPN’s set.

ESPN’s Dianna Russini has been on top of all things regarding the NFL’s virtual draft and the potential for communication difficulties. Considering this, it made today’s mishap on SportsCenter even funnier.

Russini made an appearance on the midday SportsCenter with Matt Barrie to discuss tomorrow’s draft. One of the topics on the docket was how teams will approach communicating with each other, which includes attempting to mitigate potential technical difficulties.

“What are you hearing in terms of how organizations are going to be handling communication with each other?” Barrie asked Russini as the camera cut to the NFL insider reporting from home.

At that point, hilarity ensued. Russini’s screen froze up awkwardly, and she was unable to answer.

Fortunately, both Russini and Barrie are pros and were able to handle the moment well. The camera panned back to Barrie, who didn’t miss a beat.

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