“So they barred me for being too good a player.” – Michael Keaton as Bill Blazejowski in Night Shift I was temporarily banned from Twitter the other day. A habitual line-toer, it was the first time I’ve ever had my Continue reading
Here are some quick thoughts from a wild opening weekend to our football season. Back It Up I’ve often wondered about the mindset of the backup quarterback. Often jokingly referred to as the best job in professional sports (because you Continue reading
Just when you thought the conversation about steroid use in baseball was over and done with, Alex Rodriguez continues to break Major League records with every at-bat. This season, he passed Willie Mays for fourth on the all-time home run Continue reading
I’m about to say something utterly ridiculous. I am currently rooting for Alex Rodriguez.
Curt Schilling is a lightning rod. You either love him or you hate him.
1991 was a simpler time in America.
Here at SportsChump.net, we like to consider ourselves an interactive website. This time around, my dearest uncle and lifelong baseball fanatic, has graciously agreed to partake in our latest Q&A and perhaps shed some light, or at least his opinions, Continue reading
“The market price of every particular commodity is regulated by the proportion between the quantity which is actually brought to market, and the demand of those who are willing to pay the natural price of the commodity” -Adam Smith, Wealth Continue reading
While most of us sit in shivering cold weather, piecing together what’s left of our checkbooks after Christmas, others who are slightly more fortunate bask in the Mexican sunshine, tanning and surfing and sipping margaritas. Must be nice.
The week that was, including Bud Selig, Armando Galarraga, Jim Joyce, World Cup Soccer, the NBA Finals, Ken Griffey, Jr., Jose Canseco, Affliction sport coats, Danny Ferry, drunken bosses and broken-down Volkswagens Continue reading