Tag: Chicago White Sox

Chief Wahoo, Cleveland Indians Will Win World Series!

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CLEVELAND, OH – In the Era of Being Politically Incorrect, there is only one team that should win the World Series; the Cleveland Indians. And boy, oh boy, won’t it be something to see Chief Wahoo being carried off the field, pumping his fist while holding on to his headdress. Crazy thought, right? Well, no […]

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Let’s Make A Deal: Yankees Trading For Pitchers? More Knicks Trading Carmelo for Kyrie Irving

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SPANISH HARLEM, NY – It seems all I read about lately centers around trades that may or may not go down between my two favorite teams… the Yankees and Knicks. If you’re a Knicks fan, then you heard about trading Carmelo Anthony to (Insert Team Here) or making a play for Kyrie Irving. If you’re […]

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Chris Sale for Sale? Dopey Aldon Smith, Cat Stevens, Chapman Trade

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EL BRONX, EL BARRIO – If I acted like my articles were still due on the weekend, then *I wouldn’t be up late writing my article right now. However, I didn’t so, I am putting this together and going over the headlines since my last post. And while the madness and sadness of the world […]

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Why Do We Play Sports? Are We Trying to be a Sports Hero?

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LONDON, ENGLAND – Why do we play sports? And why do we get so much out of watching sports being played? Because it’s fun – woo, go team! Etc etc? Because it’s inspiring? Sure. But WHY is it so much fun? Why is it so inspiring? Why has every human culture on the surface of the […]

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Happy St Paddy’s Day: Adam LaRoche is Full of Blarney

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NEW YORK, NY – Happy St. Paddy’s Day! While faux Irish revelers barf in buckets on our *boulevards, some of us legit Irish scoff at the amateurs misrepresenting our Irish roots! But who are we kidding? Despite Mattville having a gaggle of pretentious Irish sports fanatics who will feign indignation over their view that this […]

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No Meat Fridays and Skinniest Sports Stars

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VATICAN CITY – No, we’re not standing outside waiting for the we’ve-got-a-new-Pope-smoke to billow from the chimney; Pope Francis is just fine. Instead, we’re waiting for Easter to finally get here so we can get back to the business of lying, cursing (A pox on your house!), boozing and… eating Meat on Fridays! See the […]

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New York Fashion Week: Worst Sports Uniforms

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NEW YORK, NY – Fashion Week just ended and seamlessly leads into tonight’s Oscars Awards, ceremony where all on the red carpet will be strutting duds from the biggest names in fashion. I won’t ever be mistaken for a Bob Mackie or Ralph Lauren but when it comes to sports wardrobe faux pas, here are […]

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Forgotten Konerko, Jeter Controversy, NFC East Chatter, NY Rangers Gamble

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SECOND CITY, USA – While  the entire universe celebrated the career of Derek Jeter and the baseball Hall of Fame awaits him, there was another player about 900 miles from The Big Apple who has decided to hang up the cleats. While he received his just due from a couple of division rivals, his exit was […]

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Is A-Rod back? Could Be.

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ALBANY, NY – Before you start shaking your with disgust/disbelief, I am not talking about Alex Rodriguez being back in his 2007 form. We’re suggesting the 2010 Alex Rodriguez here, who when healthy was an All-Star and totaled 62 RBIs in 99 games. The Yankee third baseman may have finally found his swing Sunday, after […]

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BURNETTOLOGY AND A-RODS POKER FACE

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Lavallette, NJ – Wednesday night the Yankees were all over the White Sox’s Gavin Floyd, torching the righty for ten runs in 2.1 innings. By the time the White Sox were batting in the third, the Bombers had 13 runs on the board. One would think that a 13 run lead would be safe. And […]

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