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World Cup twitter roundup: Hulk Hogan, Jurgen Klinsmann, and Tim Lincecum

With the United States taking on Germany tomorrow in a match to decide the fate of Group G, everyone is starting to get into the World Cup spirit. From no-hitting pitchers to hall-of-fame wrestlers, it seems everyone is behind the USA these days.

Kevin C. Cox

With the United States taking on Germany tomorrow in a match to decide the fate of Group G, everyone is starting to get into the World Cup spirit. From no-hitting pitchers to hall-of-fame wrestlers, it seems everyone is behind the USA these days.

I mean, what are you gonna do? This is a real American, Germany, he fights for the rights of every man. If he says the US is gonna run wild all over Germany, then I'm pretty sure that's happening.

The no-hitter seems to be contagious these days. I mean mad props to Tim Lincecum no-hitting the San Diego Padres again, but Clayton Kershaw did it before it was cool or whatever. Still, he's rocking the rocket pop kit in the locker room, so that's some points in his favor.

This dealie has been floating around the world wide web-averse, an open letter from Jurgen Klinsmann to your boss excusing your absence tomorrow. With the US-Germany match kicking off at 9 with the other Group G match between Portugal and Ghana, this could come in handy for west coast US fans.

Who doesn't like Mix Diskerud, I ask you. He's just so darn adorable.