Paul Schneider makes a point about the Baseball Hall Of Fame entrance criteria and the question is: if Ty Cobb, then why not Pete Rose?
As Michael Malthouse, the coach of Australian Rules football club Carlton, equals a long held coaching record this weekend, Tony de Bolfo looks at the sporting synergy of numbers.
40 years ago this week Hank Aaron hit his 715th home run. Michael Amity argues Hammerin’ Hank did more than just break a record.
Yesterday’s athletes were heroes, today’s villains. Max White says it’s us, and the 24-7 news cycle we consume, and not the athletes who have changed.
Why does it only seem like things were better eons ago? Scott Behson breaks it down.
People tried to change Nicholas Ferroni, believing that the way he was born would make life harder. Fortunately, he came to accept himself the way God made him.
Mark Radcliffe tears up the myth of male independence.
“The Yankees buy everything they got… Always have. They even bought Ruth from the Sox, for crying out loud!”
Yes, football fans, Steve Jaeger is still trolling you.
By accepting the game for what it was, Pelé showed us sport at its full, idyllic potential.
The Greenville Doorbells were the worst team in the history of Professional League Baseball (hereafter “PLB”). Admitted to PLB after the strike-shortened 1981 campaign, the Doorbells had managed one winning season (1996) and one non-losing season (1988) over the previous two decades. Greenville served as a graveyard for aging stars, has-been prospects, and drug-addicted journeymen. […]