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Over the weekend Joe Paterno (legendary Penn State football coach) died. He actually died twice, which is about twice as many times as most people. Advertisements
Over the last month or so I’ve been saving links in a folder called ‘For Later’ with the intent of writing about them eventually. Well, tonight’s the night.
It’s April 11th and the Rangers are in sole possession of 1st place. Not only is the rest of the AL West in the rear-view mirror, but so is the rest of baseball. Even the highly regarded Phillies. Off to … Continue reading
This is something I’ve wanted to do for a while, even though it would have elicited some measure of violence from my 8-year-old self some years ago. I’m going to defend the Seattle Mariners and their fans.
So, there’s this, an article published on Forbes.com that tries to use math to prove that Seattle is the ‘most miserable sports city’ in America.
This is a personal gripe about something that has been bothering and baffling me for quite some time. Why is the internet so riddled with typos and whose job is it to fix those typos?
(Let me start by apologizing to whomever for my sudden week long hiatus. Having spent the weekend completely off of the internet and doing a job interview on Tuesday, I haven’t had much of an opportunity to write about baseball.) … Continue reading
At the time of this writing, we are but a few short hours from the first baseball activity of the year. Pitchers and catchers report tomorrow and some have already started throwing. Since there still isn’t much of anything to … Continue reading
It’s Super Bowl week in Dallas/Ft. Worth and the eyes of the sports media are resting upon North Texas. That might be a good thing, if not for the single digit temperatures and the ice storm we’ve been dealing with … Continue reading