Have you ever signed a confidentiality agreement? I haven’t… but when my book supplier mentioned a new book was coming out and that I needed to sign over a confidentiality agreement for before agreeing to review it, I suddenly felt
Continue reading Book Review: Baseball Cop by Eddie Dominguez
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A friend and colleague of mine recently celebrated his 1000th post. He had this silly little idea to compile some of his friends together for a roast in his honor. Right about now, I have a feeling he’s regretting that
Continue reading Dubsism turns 1000, doesn’t look day over 950
What an uppity week it’s been for sports. With all the stimulants being passed around, it’s amazing anyone can catch a bit of sleep. From Poland to Las Vegas to Cooperstown, athletes have made headlines for dipping into the supply
Continue reading The world of sports gets a jolt. Three actually.
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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 Roger Clemens, steroids, innocence and bias: An insightful Q&A with my uncle
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When I first heard that Jerry Sloan, long time coach of the Utah Jazz, had retired due to an alleged altercation with point guard Deron Williams (which inadvertently led to both of them leaving Utah), I was immediately taken by
Continue reading The 13 most memorable individual altercations in sports, Part One
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Coach should have opted for the cannoli.
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St Louis hosted this year’s All-Star Game, a contest which the American League won 4-3. This marks the twelfth straight time the AL has won the Midsummer Classic. Can you say domination? I knew that you could.
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