Many cities across America host multiple professional sports teams and inevitably, one team is far more popular than the other.
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America’s Love Affair with Sports
Americans love to get passionate about things, namely sports, but tend to shy away from other world issues. Are sports to blame for our indifference?
Why is Cheating in Sports Such a Big Deal?
If the purpose of sports is to provide you with entertainment for 3 hours on a Saturday afternoon, then does it really matter if players are taking steroids, scuffing baseballs, holding without the ref’s calling it, or lying about who touched the ball last before it went out of bounds?
All Sports Talk Reaches 10,000 Unique Visitors
We are going to take a break from writing about sports and being totally hilarious to pat ourselves on the
How to Get Athletes’ Autographs
If you are looking to improve your chances of getting autographs from baseball players, follow up on some of these tips from Pete Van Mark of Autograph Seeker’s Diary.
Winners of the Week – Owls & Glass Tabletops
Let’s face it – It’s Charlie Sheen’s world and we are all just lucky to be along for the ride. Not to be outdone by Sheen’s Hollywood antics, however, the world of sports produced some pretty boneheaded moves this week as well. Where to begin? Oh I don’t know, let’s head down to South America.
NBA Jam Reborn – Full Rosters Revealed
NBA Jam is scheduled to be released as an add-on to NBA Elite for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Wii owners will get the chance to buy the game on its own. I myself am hoping that PS3 and XBLA come to their senses and allow us to download it without having to buy NBA Elite. NBA Elite will be dropping on October 5th.
(Do The) Triple Crown – Broadside Ballad Edition
“Broadside Ballads” by The Baseball Project has baseball and rock ‘n roll fans perking up their ears. It’s a fun meshing of two of America’s favorite longstanding pastimes featuring song titles such as (Do The) Triple Crown, Lima Time, Cubs 2010 and more.
Happy Birthday Dad
In honor of my dad’s birthday, I wanted to write a post that highlights just how influential my dad was in my development as an athlete, and an individual. Without my dad, I wouldn’t be anywhere near where I am today.
Heroes Get Remembered, But Legends Never Die
To all my faithful readers, I apologize for the last month or so that I’ve been away. I know that