Funny things happen when you grow up a sports fan. In our misspent youth, we randomly cheer for players or teams without giving it a second thought.
Far be it from me, a lifelong Red Sox and newly reformed Rays fan, to make fun of the New York Yankees the day after they were eliminated from the playoffs. Oh wait, that’s exactly what I’m doing.
Have you ever had one of those dead-end jobs where you’re overworked, underpaid and the only thing worse than waking up at the crack of dawn to go to a job you hate is listening to your wife or girlfriend Continue reading The key to Tampa Bay Rays success resides in the wedding ring
“You gonna watch the game tonight?” asked one passerby to another. “You know I am. I got my t-shirt in the car and I’m just waiting to get off,” the other answered.
Spring training is almost over and the season is upon us. Now that baseball is allegedly steroid-free, fans of the sport can finally get back to trusting the players in uniform. This means we can finally stop talking about the Continue reading Your 2009 MLB Preview (in 1,000 words or less)