I’m happy that major league baseball is coming back so some people can get back to work and players can have their season. I hate the new rules, and I won’t rip the sport for piping in crowd noise, there aren’t a lot of great options out there.
What are we
Brennan Tyznar is a 6-2, left-handed pitcher who currently plays for Randolph-Macon College in Virginia. He had his season cut short. No player is ever fully prepared for that and honestly, unless you’ve played for a team that you put your heart and soul into, it’s hard to understand what
This one seems like an easy decision. Yes, it affects local economies and jobs, but getting sick is worse, especially for those who don’t have health insurance or adequate funds. The Coronavirus is causing havoc around the world and the belief by the experts is we’re not through the worst
Here is my yearly list so let’s get to it. The late, great, Harvey Frommer, would provide one so I hope I can live up to his great standards.
Ballpark – Knopf Publishing
The first one on the list is Brooklyn. To me, that’s right. In my book, “Pioneers of Baseball”, I
Tito Ortiz is 44-years-old, in the world of MMA fighting, and most sports, the words that would follow would be and is happily enjoying his retirement. Instead, he’s training as hard as he ever has and is getting ready for a very public fight against former WWE champ, Alberto Del
Jordan Zucker is an actress, an author, cooking show personality, she pairs foods with music while she cooks, and so much more. She loves sports and is passionate about her “Girls Guide to Sports” movement and website.
“I wanted to complete the recipe trifecta of entertaining and music is such a
Julie Stewart-Binks is a sports journalist, a comedian, a Canadian, and a knowledgeable sports reporter. She’s witty, smart and driven. Now she is the top talent at Fubo TV and her story on how she got there is a testament to her stick-to-itiveness.
“My first job was with Hockey Night in Canada.
Josh Harris talks about the Devils and 76ers and mentions Jack Hughes
LESLIE PICKER: We could turn to sports if you want. Why don't we do that? Why don't we turn to sports?
JOSHUA HARRIS: Great.
LESLIE PICKER: Okay. So got a hockey team?
JOSHUA HARRIS: Got a hockey team.
LESLIE PICKER: Basketball team?
With the rising cost of hats, and the problem that sweating in them causes, enter NoSweat a company who has made disposable hat liners. Do they work? Read on.
I wore one in a favorite hat of mine for over a week and it did the job and then some. I
In a special Freakonomics Radio episode previewing the show's Sports series this fall, Stephen Dubner sat down with Lance Armstrong for a career-spanning interview covering his career, his mistakes, and the problems he sees in professional cycling today. Here's what he had to say:
Whether current Tour De France riders are doping (and