How is it possible one of the greatest hitters in baseball history gets his 3,000th hit, yet nobody cares? Adam Crawford talks the asterisk of baseball. — Beneath The Surface is peeling back the layers of this onion we call sports. Friday night, amongst the home crowd of Yankee Stadium, the most controversial figure active…
We started with 351 schools and we’re now down to two. Wai Sallas, breaks down the non-basketball factors that will drive who will win the NCAA Championship game.
Longtime Yankee fan Greg Liotta says that in order to turn it around, A-Rod needs to actually be authentic and real.
It’s 2015, and anything can happen. Will Back to the Future II prove to be an omen of good fortune for the Cubs? Wai Sallas says it’s time to forget the past and look to the future in the Friday Sports Dump.
A 60 Minutes interview with the man claims to have supplied Alex Rodriguez with performance enhancing drugs shows that no one is serious about fixing baseball’s drug problem.
Joe Rutland looks at the drama behind Rodriguez and how a mentor could have helped him navigate his life and career with more honesty and grace.
Despite losing Robinson Cano to the free agent market, the Yankees are doing what they always do—spend. Neil Cohen explains why they don’t really have a choice.
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.
In the wake of A-Rod’s suspension, Ryan Bradley talks to his son about Performance Enhancing Drugs.
Sir Bud Selig has spoken. And 13 MLB players have received lengthy suspensions for affiliating with Biogenesis, purveyor of performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs).
Liam Day realizes that for any number of reasons, he shouldn’t have sympathy for Alex Rodriquez …
No, Skip Bayless wasn’t right. Neil Cohen tells us the secret is mental, not physical.
Last week JP Pelosi described the toll PED use is taking on the fans. Neil Cohen offers a somewhat radical solution.
If hat size and back acne are sufficiently probative to keep the greatest players who ever lived out of the Hall of Fame, why are we stopping there?
CJ Kaplan to Yankees supporters: It’s called losing gracefully. Try it.
Man’s love affair of sports stretches across time.