One of the dumbest logos in all of professional sports is the Washington Nationals Stars and Stripes logo. It’s the regular Walgreens “W” cluttered with, you guessed it, stars and stripes. It looks like a Great Dane with irritable bowel syndrome got into a box of crayons, ate them, and then took a dump on
I was perusing Instagram last night when I spotted the above photo. It shows former Hagerstown Suns and Washington Nationals outfielder Bryce Harper visiting the Mitchell & Ness flagship store in Philadelphia. What caught my attention was his hoodie. Even though Harper signed a 10-year endorsement contract extension with Under Armour in 2016, he is
It took Bryce Harper nearly four months to find a new home in baseball, but the hunt is finally over. Thursday the Philadelphia Phillies agreed to sign the former Nationals outfielder to a 13 year, $330 million deal.
This morning I bought a fitted (size 7 3/4) Los Angeles Dodgers 2016 All-Star Game hat from Lids.com. It normally retails for $39.99, but I got it for only $20.00 because it’s now on clearance. I like nice looking baseball hats, but I find it morally reprehensible to pay full retail for almost everything, especially nice
Former Baltimore Orioles catcher Matt Wieters is now a member of the Washington Nationals. He signed a two-year contract with the choice of opting out after one season. That may work out in Wieters’ favor if there is a demand for 31-year-old low average, switch-hitting catchers next season. Matt Wieters will make $10.5 million this
The All-Star Game deciding home-field advantage in the World Series has got to be the most stupid rule in baseball. Considering that baseball is a game full of stupid rules, that’s saying something.