The topic of abuse, mainly domestic, has been at the center of sports for years now. Whether it's Ray Rice and the NFL's mishandling of the notoriously violent elevator video or Jose Reyes pushing his wife through a glass door, it's affected every league. Now it has finally made its way to the Kansas City … Continue reading Baseball, a place for 2nd chances, except for abusers
The Orioles are offering free tickets kids 9 or younger when an adult purchases a ticket in the upper deck and it makes a whole lot of sense.
With the first half of the season over and the midsummer classic completed, it brings up a thought: the All-Star game doesn’t mean anything, so does it matter? From 2003 until this year, the All-Star game decided home field advantage for the World Series. Prior to that, home field advantage alternated each year between the … Continue reading The All-Star Game Doesn’t Matter?
I recently read a great piece in The New York Times by Ken Belson called What $1.2 Billion Buys in Miami: For Baseball, a Major Distraction. In the article, Belson describes the situation around the Marlins’ sale, stadium, and future. The All-Star Game is being hosted in Miami and therefore it is a perfect time … Continue reading The Marlins for Miami