We’re looking for your submissions for our ‘Sports Explained’ series.
In October of 2014, we at Good Men Project Sports started this column called ‘Sports Explained.’ It all started with a column called Sports Explained: The Complex Simplicity of Baseball:
“Baseball is a game played by two teams, one out, the other in. The one that’s in sends players out, one at a time, To see if they can get in – before they get out. If they get out before they get in, they come in, but it doesn’t count. If they get in before they get out, they also come in, and it does count.”
And so on and so forth.
The concept for the column is to tackle each sport out there and explain the sport, but in a funny and off-beat way that connects to pop culture, often movies.
We’ve also adapted the column to cover sports related and pop culture events like Super Bowl parties, the Oscars, the NBA All Star weekend, and your fantasy baseball draft, as well as current events, like the Curt Schilling online trolling story.
We are looking for contributors who would like to pen a ‘Sports Explained’ piece.
There are plenty of sports left to cover, from ping-pong to kite surfing to cricket, and much more. And there are endless sports and pop culture related events to explore.
Please send us your submissions via email to either Mike Kasdan ([email protected]) or Wai Sallas ([email protected]) or via Twitter @michaelkasdan or @DadDiary using the #SportsExplained and #GMPSports hashtags. Submission ideas can also be discussed through the below comments section or on our Facebook page.
We look forward to hearing from YOU!
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