Bartstool Sports Raises Over $135,000 For Boston Bombing Victims

Its kind of crazy to think that Barstool Sports, known for its Blackout Events and enigmatic owner, David Portnoy, has raised over $135,000 for victims of the Boston Bombings in less than 48 hours. 

More commonly known as El Pres, Portnoy took advantage of David Ortiz's recent pre-game speech.


Click here to check out the designs, and click here to be directed towards their online store to support the cause. 

Note: Barstool Sports has sites based in Boston, New York, Chicago, and Philadelphia, and are comedic in nature. The sites various writers bring a Daily Show/Colbert Report type of satire to the table. Just like life, you can't take their articles too seriously. 

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