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In the midst of a pandemic, one can’t be too picky.
No need for an asterisk. Defying all skepticism that this was nothing more than a watered-down money grab with little chance of reaching the finish line (yep, I’m raising my hand), Major League Baseball has pulled off its two-month sprint of a regular season amid the coronavirus pandemic.
With this year's World Series being held in one ballpark, let's remember the last time it happened.
More than any other sport, the cream of the NBA assuredly rises to the top in the playoffs.
If college football somehow makes it to the field, all we’ll get is a shell of a season.
Now that Washington’s NFL has taken a long-overdue step toward changing its name, it’s time to start lining up some possible replacements.
The Chargers of the University of Alabama in Huntsville have always been outliers
Here are 10 documentaries that everyone should see (and 10 others that are definitely worth a look):
It would’ve been a magnificent weekend. Hoops. Music. A confetti shower at the end. A real celebration of basketball.
In these challenging times when sports around the world are largely shut down because of the pandemic, some bizarre ideas have been floated to get things going again.
Imagine a gorgeous spring day in Tokyo
Anyone who scoffs at the idea of shutting down sports to deal with the coronavirus outbreak needs a primer on the 1919 Stanley Cup Final
Well, it’s official now. Tom Brady is a Buccaneer. Sounds strange, doesn’t it?
He comes at you with that raspy Cajun timbre, his words delivered from deep in the throat in rapid-fire succession, often requiring subtitles for those not raised in the backwaters of southern Louisiana.
Myles Garrett will surely spend the rest of his career – maybe even the rest of his life – trying to live down his helmet-swinging assault on Mason Rudolph.
Colin Kaepernick’s NFL tryout sounds more like a setup. A PR stunt to former teammate Eric Reid, one that comes with all sorts of take-it-or leave-it conditions.
There’s no cheering – or jeering – in the press box. Impartiality should be the guiding tenet of any journalist. Yet, the Houston Astros are making it really, really tough to abide by that principle.
In the early weeks of the NFL season, the biggest stars are the guys in the stripes. They’re certainly getting the most face time. The league is awash in yellow – yellow flags, that is – with penalties being called at an alarming rate.
There’s always a surge of excitement when a foul ball comes your way, mixed with a sense of dread. It’s a thrilling souvenir to take home from the ballpark. Yet too many fans have been left bloody and maimed by these projectiles hurtling into the stands. One person even died.
Remember when Jay-Z was a dynamic hip-hop artist whose stark lyrics gave voice to the oppressed and downtrodden? Well, those days are over. He may have 99 Problems – but a conscience certainly ain’t one.