I thought I laid it out pretty simple yesterday. I have no beef with the Red Sox or Mr. Jared Colbert himself. It’s not my fault my Mets have surpassed them in the “who’s more relevant” discussion we all have at the water cooler the next morning after a night of baseball. It’s what happens … Continue reading UPDATE BLOG: A questionable tweet, a loss to the Royals, and still silence from Camp Colbert on Red Sox
It’s now early August. Many division races have been decided. The Dodgers have wrapped up the NL West with ease. The Astros have done the same in the AL West. And yeah yeah yeah the Yankees have kinda done it, too...yes, I did just gag a little. With that said, and the Red Sox essentially … Continue reading With the Red Sox out of it, why have we not heard from Colbert?
Look I get it, we haven’t written in awhile. I understand that, it’s just that when I challenged Colbert to do more videos and he told me he was “more of a blog guy,” I thought that meant he’d actually write blogs. But nevertheless, this is important stuff. Last week on the show, we hypothesized … Continue reading Predicting the future is becoming our thing
They were 3-5. A 28-14 blowout loss to the Tennessee Titans on Monday Night Football fresh off giving up a first round pick for a wide receiver in Amari Cooper who had not been productive in Oakland for two years. Dak Prescott looked lost, Ezekiel Elliott was barely touching the ball in the second half … Continue reading The 2018 Dallas Cowboys have arrived, and they’re a scary bunch.
Most know me as the whacky and passionate Mets fan. Always watching the game on my laptop or TV whenever I can, tweeting my frustrations and RARE joy about the franchise, and shouting “Let’s go Mets” at every and any person I see wearing the orange and blue. But it wasn’t always that way. Up … Continue reading Thank You, Captain.
The purpose of the MLB All-Star weekend is to showcase and celebrate the game’s best while having some fun in the process. The league and its fans have seemed to lose sight of the former. Earlier this afternoon Dodgers and NL all-star manager Dave Roberts announced that Nationals pitcher Max Scherzer would make the start … Continue reading MLB All-Star weekend has turned into an undeserved Nats parade
On Wednesday, the NFL officially passed a rule stating any team that has a player sit or kneel during the national anthem is subject to a fine for a “lack of respect” toward the anthem and country. The rule also allows players who wish to not participate in the anthem to remain in the locker … Continue reading New NFL Anthem Rule is a Disgrace
I was eight years old and going to my first Mets and Phillies game at Citizens Bank Park. I went with my brother (who is a fellow Mets fan) and my Phillies fan uncle for a day of tailgating and baseball. My brother and I were thrilled being at the game and were decked head … Continue reading Philadelphia: The Worst Sports City in America
Gordon Hayward went down, and I said “Maybe next year.” The Celtics then won 16 straight. I said rebounding, or lack thereof, would kill this team throughout the season. The C’s finished 9th in the league in that category. Kyrie Irving went down with a knee injury to end the season and I said “Forget … Continue reading Why I Was Wrong About These Celtics