My favorite Peanuts character was, and has always been, Linus. Sure, Snoopy was the coolest, Schroeder landed the ladies (even though he was more interested in Beethoven), and Charlie Brown, well, he was nobody’s favorite character. That’s the whole gist Continue reading Chumpservations, Vol. 41: Asterisks and capital punishment
Baseball’s been around since the mid-1800s so it’s rare that you get to see a feat that’s never been done before. It’s even more rare when you get to see that happen in person. The Boston Red Sox had just Continue reading Sights and Sounds from a Record-Setting ALDS Game One
“What the hell am I doing here? I don’t belong here.” Radiohead, Creep This week, Alex Rodriguez knocked in his 1992nd RBI. That tied him with Babe Ruth for fourth most all-time. Not long ago he passed Willie Mays for Continue reading A-Rod and the passing of yet another meaningless milestone
It’s getting bloody out on the tundra and offensive and defensive linemen are still on spring break. By the time next NFL season rolls around, we’re going to need an all-inclusive fan guide to see who’s playing where and this Continue reading Another one bites the dust: NFL veterans realize their true net worth
“I’ve got two tickets to paradise” -Eddie Money
Meet Albert Pujols, new master of the understatement.
What do spam, Barry Bonds, Spencer Whipple, parallel parking and “The Fighter” all have in common? They’re all on my mind, that’s what. Continue reading Chumpservations, Vol. 21: The Fighter, Spencer Whipple, Barry Bonds, spam and having fun with parallel parking
Major League Baseball’s trading deadline passed last week and as usual, the New York Yankees were deep in the mix.
At any given time, there are nine players on the baseball diamond, five on the basketball court and eleven on the football field. Each sport has designated positions for its players.
Rumor has it that Major League Baseball commissioner Bud Selig is putting together a crack staff of experts this off-season to discuss how they can make baseball better. One of the topics of discussion, once again, is what to do Continue reading To DH or not DH is once again a question