A Q&A Roundtable With TBS MLB Game Analyst Buck Martinez

We’ve been given the opportunity to ramp up our MLB postseason coverage through a collaboration with TBS Hot Corner, the official home of TBS post-season coverage. As a part of our collaboration, we took part in a Q&A blog roundtable with TBS MLB Game Analyst Buck Martinez. Coverage begins on October 7th. Until then, make […]

Pedro Martinez Headed To The Bullpen In The NL Division Series?

It’s time for Charlie Manuel to set his starting pitching rotation for the NL division series. And if the Phillies draw the Rockies in the 1st round, Pedro Martinez may be the odd man out. The manager said before last night’s game against Houston that if Colorado is the Phillies’ opponent in the National League […]

Bronson Arroyo Assures Us That He Didn’t Rub Those Balls With Pine Tar

We have controversy! And who doesn’t love controversy? After last night’s game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Cincinnati Reds, John Smoltz complained that he couldn’t get a good grip on any of the balls. His grip was so bad, he walked five batters in the second and third innings alone. His counterpart, Reds’ […]

If Pirates’ Ownership Isn’t Pocketing The Cash, Where Is It Going?

The Pittsburgh Pirates has been your favorite team’s favorite team for the past few years. Mainly because your favorite team has gotten budding new talent from the Pirates for next to nothing. Just look at some of the highway robbery that the Pirates were involved in. The Cubs got Aramis Ramirez The Yankees got Xavier […]

Let The Bobby Cox Successor Debate Begin

The announcement that Braves’ manager Bobby Cox will retire after next season was made just one day ago. Yet, the debate about his successor has been running wild for a while now. Maybe not nationally, but definitely here in Atlanta. So much so that just this past Monday, AJC sports columnist Mark Bradley penned his […]

Parents Up In Arms Over "Racy" Ads During Games

For years now, commercial breaks during sporting events have been littered with ads for beer, cigarettes, drugs that cure erectile dysfunction, and other products that are considered “adult products”. Why? Because typically, the folks that will purchase these products are watching said sporting events. Marketing 101. That being said, these ads don’t coincide with some views […]

Carlos Zambrano Doesn’t Care If The Cubs Trade Him

Reports have been swirling around Chicago recently that the Cubs would be looking to deal pitcher Carlos Zambrano during the winter. It is widely known that he has a no-trade clause in his contract, yet the reports keep coming. It’s pretty predictable that Zambrano wouldn’t be too thrilled about the reports. But you knew someone would […]

Blow Out Sale: All Lenny Dykstra Memorabilia Must Go

If you haven’t heard, Lenny Dykstra is a little strapped for cash these days. He is said to have less than $50,000 of assets and and between $10 million and $50 million of liabilities. So as you can see, Dykstra’s money is looking real funny. The word on the street is Lenny has found a […]

Thieves Try To Swipe Cal Ricken’s "8" Monument From Outside Of Camden Yards

With meaningful baseball once again over in Baltimore for the summer, young hooligans are no longer paying their way into the park to do what young hooligans do. Instead, they’re hanging around outside the park doing what young hooligans do. In Baltimore, that consists of trying to steal a 4-foot aluminum monument, loading it into […]

Senator Schilling?

If Jesse ‘The Body’ Ventura, Al Franken and ‘The Terminator,’ Arnold Schwarzenegger can have success in the world of politics, anyone can. That has to be the biggest motivation for Curt Schilling, former MLB pitcher, who is considering a run at the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the late Ted Kennedy. Schilling admits […]