Here they are, hot and delicious.
Don’t worry too much, unless you’re a Braves fan.
30 days, 30 teams.
Hey, it’s something to watch when basketball and baseball aren’t on.
As you are almost certainly aware, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament’s Sweet 16 begins today. You may also be familiar with “My Super Sweet 16,” a program that ran on MTV from 2005 to 2008, and depicted the wild, over-the-top birthday parties of children with preposterously wealthy parents. But what would happen if those two
Last week, the Tampa Bay Rays announced they were signing 36-year-old former first baseman Dan Johnson and bringing him to camp as a knuckleball pitcher. Under normal circumstances, this wouldn’t be cause for much more than an “oh, okay” from the fans. 36-year-old position players aren’t necessarily known for the ability to suddenly reinvent themselves as pitchers—not even
Controversy reigned over the weekend, when the Miami Marlins announced that new manager Don Mattingly would institute a ban on facial hair. The reaction across the Internet was negative, but it was actually a very good idea for the Marlins to enact this prohibition. Will it help the team play better in any way? Will
It’s nearly time! After a long year of waiting, we’re just a couple of days away from the big game. This Sunday, some of the very best in the world will meet on the field to determine a champion. I’m talking, of course, about the Puppy Bowl. With nearly 50 Good Dogs meeting in the
This is not written to the general public. This is not written in order to expose the disgusting, festering underbelly of sports fandom that one finds in places like Barstool Sports. If you want to read about what’s going on there, read Nicolas Stellini’s piece, read what Jen Mac Ramos had to say, or read
On April 15, 1987, Juan Nieves became the first and only pitcher in Milwaukee Brewers history to throw a no-hitter, when he shut out Cal Ripken’s Orioles in front of 11,407 fans at Baltimore’s Memorial Stadium. At 22 years and 100 days old, he was the second-youngest pitcher ever to accomplish that feat. It was