Alex Rodriquez may or not be a liar, at least in the case of his 211 game suspension by Major League Baseball and his greivance to have that suspension overturned. Whether he’s a liar or not has yet to be determined.
The hot stove is stoked. Not that hot stove, the stove for the other summer sport. WNBA basketball.
No one in the nation gives the Hawks a shot at winning this game, but it was a chance Hartford head coach John Gallagher couldn’t pass up.
The sports trivia question this morning, the morning after the final race of the NASCAR Sprint Cup season, the Ford Ecoboost 400 at Homestead, Florida, a question most of you can’t answer, is, “Who won the race?”.
THE WORD, AND HOW TO USE IT It’s been a devastating week for political correctness in the sports world as double standards turn into triple standards and reverse quadruple standards as who said what, where […]
There was a telling moment between head coach Alain Vigneault and star goalie Henrik Lundquist at the New York Rangers practice yesterday.
I like Terry Francona. I like the Cleveland Indians, the team I tried to become a fan of to make up for the loss of my beloved Dodgers when I was 10 years old, mostly because the kid next door was an Indians fan. But I still don’t get it.
Look out your window. It’s beginning to look a lot like… It’s not what you think.
BY DEFINITION ALONE Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning left yesterday’s win over the San Diego Chargers after taking a hard hit in the fourth quarter. When asked about the injury after the game Manning said […]
Behind every major sports event there is an army of unseen people who make it happen and, in the case of the most enduring events, they are people who do their jobs well without seeking the limelight.