In a society that has come to crave fast paced hard hitting action, baseball serves as the perfect background noise for an evening nap. Take the predictability of last night’s Yankees-Red Sox tilt for example. Whenever these two meet, count on it being nationally televised and count on it taking at least four hours to […]
Don’t worry Bud Selig, we took care of the investigation for you. Alex Rodriguez was taking the house for all it was worth in those illegal poker games. What a sly dog.
Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter has pulled himself out of the All-Star game citing emotional and physical exhaustion from his pursuit of 3,000 hits. Jeter gave Bud Selig and the rest of baseball the proverbial finger by not jumping on a plane and being honored at tonight’s All Star Game. On behalf of baseball fans everywhere, […]
A few weeks ago, Bill Simmons wrote an article on ESPN.com connecting the NBA playoffs to quotes from the HBO show, The Wire. Admittedly I’m not much of a Simmons guy (I actually can’t stand him) but the article was outstanding. Like Simmons, I am beyond obsessed about the show, so I thought it’d be […]
Will quiet offseason pay dividends? It’s been a strange few months for the Bronx Bombers. Fresh off a (by their standards) disappointing season that ended without a division title or World Series berth, the Yankees barely made a peep in the offseason. Instead, they turned the calendar back a decade and loaded up on former […]