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NY Mets Loss in the World Series – Devastating for Even the Most Diehard Fans


When it all goes away, when that last pitch is done and the other team is celebrating, well there is nothing worse than that. Read More »

Mets Are Going to World Series – New York is Becoming a Mets Town Again!


The street vendor who used to always wear a Yankees cap now wore a Mets one and said, "No more Yankees – Mets, Mets, Mets!!!” Read More »

RIP ‘Mr. Cub’ – Ernie Banks

Ernie Banks Chicago Cubs

Mr. Cub, Ernie Banks, exemplified the best of what makes a sportsman great. He will be missed. Read More »

Happy 100th Birthday, Wrigley Field

Wrigley Field

Happy Birthday Wrigley Field, may you never change in spirit or location. May the ivy ever grow Happy Birthday Wrigley Field. May the ivy grow ever green and verdant, and the stiff winds blow ever from the Southwest (but only when the Cubs are at bat). Read More »

The Boys of Summer Have to Get Through Spring Training First

We are all young again from the moment we hear “pitchers and catchers” until that first pitch on Opening Day. Read More »

Theo Epstein’s Secret Plan for the Cubs

Will the Cubs finally break through? Using my secret sources, I can now reveal Theo Epstein’s master plan. Read More »

Natural Selection: Red Sox Officially Replace Theo Epstein with Ben Cherington as GM

Even though Theo Epstein had to leave his hometown, he was one of the best GMs in team history. Ben Cherington now has big shoes to fill. Read More »

How Many of Your Sports Heroes Are Gay?


This is the third of a series on famous gay athletes. Read More »

Red Sox Nation: The Cream Is Rising To The Top (of the AL Standings)

What a difference a month makes! This BoSox team has rocketed to the top of the AL East and Wild Card spots. And its best baseball has yet to come. Read More »

Why I’m Trying Not to Watch Sports

I love you sports. But I think you're bringing me down and alienating me from my fellow man. Read More »