It is a funny thing sometimes how sports and acronyms go hand-in-hand. Sure, you have the network jumble from ABC to ESPN, as well as the alphabet soup of sports leagues.
One month of the baseball season has passed. Albert Pujols has as many home runs on May 2nd as he did on December 2nd.
Almost as soon as Ron Artest changed his name last year, someone had to expect the headline was coming: “World Peace Suspended”.
Have you ever wondered why baseball players simply walk to first base after not having to swing the bat at four bad pitches? When was the last time anyone stopped to consider the grammatical legitimac
Sometimes it’s great to live in a country where Presidents forget the definition of is, Jimmer becomes a popular baby name, and the closest our children come to learning mathematics begins and ends
March is now, like my usual communiqués, a distant memory.
Have you ever found yourself sitting around, lamenting about the good old days, when bounties were prevalent and harsh justice was being served? Well, perhaps now would be a good time to get that bowl
This week, the city of Denver was hit with the biggest news since John Denver purportedly founded the city (my grade school had massive cutbacks on reputable history textbooks).