Deep in the heart of Southeastern Florida, a seventy-something year old, white billionaire walks into an Asian massage parlor looking for some relief. In case you’re not familiar with what goes on inside these “massage” parlors, the word massage is Continue reading Old, rich white guys doing whatever the hell they want
My mother and I moved to Tampa when I was 12 years old. It was a lot like when Daniel LaRusso and his mom moved from New Jersey to Reseda except I didn’t have a magical karate coach and I Continue reading Tropicana Field, Part Do? Tampa Bay’s Tug-Of-War continues
If you’ve been reading this website at all this football season, you’ve heard me complain (for far too long unfortunately) about how my wagers are a river of darkness… a big, steamy, sewage-filled river of darkness. I think I had Continue reading Aces, unders and great, big balls of steel
Stat Of The Day No sport has bastardized the use of the statistic more than Major League Baseball. Here’s proof. Headed into the bottom of the fourth inning of Game Two of the ALDS between Detroit and Baltimore, Victor Martinez Continue reading Initial Thoughts on the 2014 MLB Playoffs
I’ve been bed-ridden lately with a pretty nasty fever so I apologize for not contributing my usual batch of internet clutter. The good news is that my doctor has ruled out mono, halitosis, gingivitis and chronic tardiness so I got Continue reading A fever-inspired, sports world turned upside-down Chumpservations, Vol. 32
“I don’t care anymore” -Phil Collins
It’s obvious to anyone who’s ever laid eyes upon San Francisco Giants reliever Brian Wilson that he clearly marches to the beat of a different drummer.
I had an interesting thought the other day. There’s a scene from one of the Back to the Future movies where Christopher Lloyd travels back in time with a list of the next World Series winners. (I wonder if he Continue reading Predicting the future in sports? No thanks.
SportsChump would like to introduce a new, interactive feature called the Hail or Rail Scale (name subject to change based upon better suggestions from readers). It’ll be a weekly, or monthly, or every-so-oftenly barometer where we quantify how much we Continue reading Introducing the Hail or Rail Scale: Cam Newton, Boise State, Brad Childress, Randy Moss, Rajon Rondo, Blake Griffin, Zenyatta and the Giants
On a wild Wednesday night in sports, I decided to spend the evening Tweeting. (I promise, I have a life.)