Major League Baseball (MLB) owners and players agreed on a new Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). It means the second longest work stoppage in MLB history is now officially over. If a work stoppage falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound? To be honest, I haven’t […]Continue Reading
Here lie the posts I've written about sports and sports culture.
Las Vegas Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III drove his Chevrolet Corvette into a Toyota Rav4, killing 23-year-old Tina Tinto. Ruggs was traveling 156 miles an hour and he was drunk. News stories are referring to Ruggs as an “ex-Raider.” Ex-Raider Henry Ruggs III drove 156 mph, at twice the legal alcohol limit, authorities sayhttps://t.co/zR8VipYgkD — […]Continue Reading
Tom Brady, the greatest player in NFL history, seems to have immersed himself fully into the Florida way of life. Brady told Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times that he contracted COVID-19 shortly after that Super Bowl 55 championship boat parade. Contracting COVID-19 while attending a Florida boat party? That’s the most Florida thing […]Continue Reading
When some New York Mets players do something good, they have a new way of celebrating: they give fans a two-handed thumbs down. It’s also known in some circles as the reverse Fonzie. Whatever it’s called, it’s not good. It’s the complete opposite of good, it’s terrible and it needs to stop. The reason they […]Continue Reading
One of my most enjoyable things to do right now is to read the angry tweets responding to baseball writer Buster Olney when he tweets about the Baltimore Orioles. Here’s one he posted this morning: With a .311 winning percentage, the Orioles are on a path to win 50-51 games. They would be the first […]Continue Reading
The Baltimore Orioles lost last night to the Tampa Bay Rays. It’s their 14th loss in a row. From the Baltimore Sun: Wednesday night’s loss to the Tampa Bay Rays was not only the Orioles’ 14th in a row, making them the first team since 1935 with two such losing streaks in the same season, […]Continue Reading