If you were an Atlanta Braves fan during their impressive run of 14 consecutive National League East Division titles from 1991 to 2005, there were plenty of future Hall of Famers for you to root for and idolize.
On Sunday, I was able to convince my fiancee to watch “Field of Dreams” with me for the first time. Apparently, we had already burned through enough options during this quarantine to get into the sports category, which brought me much excitement.
When I walked through the front door of my apartment after getting home from work last night, my fiancee asked if I was okay, saying that I looked like I was down in the dumps as of recently.
Marc-Andre Fleury is three wins away from winning his fourth career Stanley Cup and his third in three years. He has led the Vegas Golden Knights in their inaugural season through three rounds of the Stanley Cup playoffs, and is the favorite to win the Conn Smythe Trophy (playoff MVP), even …
I always find it funny how — in possibly the greatest moment of an NHL season when the Stanley Cup is being presented — the Commissioner of the NHL, Gary Bettman, is almost always booed by the fans.
In the past few days, the Pittsburgh Pirates have officially waved the white flag for the imminent future by trading away arguably their best position player and pitcher, in Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole.
Gobblers, Hush Puppies, Lambchops, and Sweet Teas. No, these are not the items on a lavishing buffet line, rather they are four of the six options for next season’s renaming and rebranding of the Gwinnett Braves, the Triple-A Minor League Baseball affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.
The sunsets are inching closer to the eight o’clock hour, the colors are springing back through the greens of summer, and adding that today is the start for many local fall sports, I am officially busy again.
There’s quite a bit to write about now that the MLB trade deadline has officially passed. And to start off, I think it’s extremely clear that the Pittsburgh Pirates are all about next season.
As I usually start my week, I was picking through the Sunday edition of The New York Times. This week, their feature sports story was about batters’ stances and the drastic change since the game’s greatest have played.
As I grow older, I find I have developed an entitled sense of laziness, which seems to enhance its sway over my better judgement when… Oh bull, what I mean is: if I can make anything easier, that’s what I want.
On May 26 2009, the captain of the Pittsburgh Penguins picked up the Prince of Wales trophy. This is always the debate among the sport’s more superstitious participants and followers.
I’m taking it easy this week, but the sentiments and thoughts from the following article, written back in 2009, reflect how I feel, and how I plan to spend my time on this coming holiday weekend.
The National Hockey League Eastern Conference Finals are well under way, with two games that have already come and gone. The Pittsburgh Penguins and the Tampa Bay Lightning have split the first two games, with the Lightning snagging home-ice advantage in the process.
Before it started, a frenzy of controversy surrounded him. When it was over, a small “I’d have to say yes,” fueled the fire more. And the lucky winners of this 6’ 5” offensive tackle are the Miami Dolphins.
Recently, I bought a subscription to DK Pittsburgh Sports. It’s a small staffed (seven staffers) online website, and app, that covers everything Pittsburgh sports, if the name didn’t make that obvious.
Wednesday night, the Pittsburgh Penguins lost to the New York Rangers, by a score of 3-0. The last time these two teams played was April 24 of last year, in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, in which the Penguins fell to the Rangers 2-1, thus ending the former’s playoff run.
Winston Churchill is famous for many things, one of which is this quote: “Never, never, never give up.” Hmph! He must have never been a fan of Cleveland professional sports. I’ve survived tornadoes and blizzards, but the latest news from Cleveland is too much. I’ve given up on my hometown sp…
In the words of the late, great Yogi Berra, “Its déjà vu all over again.” At least, that’s how it felt in Pittsburgh for the hometown baseball club and their faithful fans Wednesday night.
There are three plausible reactions to what I will write this week. First, one may ask, where the heck does this sick fool find this stuff? Second, one may ask, is this for real or just another of his low-oxygen phantasmagorias? Third, those who share my sensibilities may ask, where do I ge…
There has been a lot of discussion about the awarding of “participation” trophies to kids who show-up for organized sporting events. Steelers’ defensive legend James Harrison made his two young boys return “participation” trophies they were given, saying kids should not be rewarded if they d…
With the new four-year extension for Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson, which topped out at $87.6 million, professional athletes are turning more into businessmen than standout human beings, as they once were.
Regular readers of this space, all of whom possess above average intelligence, class and culture (not cultures, smart alecks) will recognize the following lines from Shakespeare’s Richard II.
As the Pirates swept the lowly Padres in the middle of last week, they gained a little more ground in the division race on the St. Louis Cardinals, who have appeared almost human in the last few weeks.