I rarely write about sensitive subjects like race and religion. There’s a time and a place and this website is certainly not one of them… until now.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig recently told a member of the media that he has “never sent an e-mail and never will.” I guess that explains why the sport he oversees remains stuck in the Stone Age. Selig probably Continue reading Bud Selig? Well, I never!
The All-Star voting has come and gone with the only real snub anyone mentioned a Cuban-born phenomenon named Puig, who many felt didn’t even belong in the first place. There was another snub, however, that bears note.
Certain words in the English language are over-used. Travesty is one of them.
The mid-summer classic came and went last week with the sounds of crickets chirping loudly in the background.
SportsChump hosts live chat during the NBA-Star Game Continue reading NBA All-Star Game Live Chat – Sunday, Feb. 20, 8pm
Athletes have been known to endorse the oddest things: blue jeans, panty hose, bug spray, even erectile dysfunction medication. So why not a fragrance, right?
Picture if you will… One NFL team becomes the first in league history to qualify for the post-season after losing more games than it won. Three thousand miles away, a college team receives a BCS bowl bid worth tens of Continue reading UConn, the Seattle Seahawks and the inequities of college and professional football
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Next week marks the mid-point of the major league baseball season, to be celebrated on Tuesday with the 80th annual All-Star Game in all its regalia. Traditionally, baseball’s All-Star Game was strictly an exhibition game between the most Continue reading Bud Selig makes All-Star Game matter