Introduction by SportsChump: I got a text recently from a buddy we call ManRam. We call him that because his name is actually… Manny Ramirez. He may not have his namesake’s sweet baseball swing (although his golf swing is solid) Continue reading →
I banned a customer, nay, a friend from the bar the other night. He hadn’t done anything wrong. In fact, this person is perhaps the most ideal customer a business could want. He’s well behaved, spends a ton of money, Continue reading →
The Tampa Bay Rays finished last season with the second best record in baseball. They ended up losing to the Texas Rangers in the first round of the playoffs. In a season which everyone thought might be their best chance Continue reading →
After seeing Tiger Woods win AP Athlete of the Decade in light of his recent controversy and seeing Serena Williams win the AP Female Athlete of the Year with images of her berating a line judge still fresh in our Continue reading →
For decades, athletes from Walt Frazier and Joe Namath to Derek Jeter and Dwyane Wade have graced us with a sense of style and pizzazz off the field. Due to uniform restrictions in most professional sports, it is much Continue reading →
Michael Phelps recently set the world record for the 100 meter butterfly at the US Swimming National Championships. On a related note, scientists have now found that marijuana can serve as both a depressant and a stimulant.
The Lakers announced they were for trading Trevor Ariza to the Houston Rockets for Ron Artest. In a recent Sportscenter interview, Artest told ESPN he thinks L.A. “can definitely win a championship.” Someone may want to inform Artest the Lakers just Continue reading →