NBA Awards 2018

I'm back everyone. I haven't blogged in quite a while due to school and work, but I predicted last years NBA awards so well (5 of 6) that I had to write this blog again. I can't promise the same results as last year because I had a lot less free time to watch basketball.... Continue Reading →


Sports gives people a chance to step away from reality and enjoy life. Sometimes life throws challenges toward people that do not deserve them. Wednesday night, Chicago White Sox and their fans were introduced to Alex Estrada. Estrada, 7, is battling Neuroblastoma (originally diagnosed at age 4) at Lurie Children Hospital in Chicago and was... Continue Reading →

One of the greatest baseball inventions is the bullpen cart. The 1970s baseball scene was dominated by relief pitchers taking the stroll to the pitcher bound using the cart. Over the last forty years, the carts have gone extinct but some Major League Baseball teams are reviving the old tradition this season. One of those... Continue Reading →

No Eagles’ White House Visit

A timely tradition for championship-winning professional sport teams is spending a day at the White House and meeting with the President of the United States. Monday, President Donald Trump sent out a statement uninviting the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House. President Trump has made his feelings known about the National Football League for awhile... Continue Reading →

MLB Baseball Debate

In recent years, arguments have been made that baseball is the sport of the past and is no longer entertaining. Others will argue the opposite and that it is the best it has ever been. One thing is for sure, that baseball players have launched a lot of home runs in recent years. Thursday morning,... Continue Reading →

A different side of Twitter was seen Wednesday afternoon after learning of the passing of Atlanta-based, NBA writer Bo Churney. Sports writer Robby Kalland heard about the news from Churney's brother and wanted to let others around the NBA Twitter community know. Soon after, a fundraising page had been set up on for... Continue Reading →

Wednesday night, the Chicago White Sox got to celebrate a rare win but it was overshadowed by news that broke mid game. The White Sox are now in the market for a new catcher to fill in for Welington Castillo. Dominican reporter Americo Celado first reported that Castillo will be suspended 80 games. Twitter suspicion... Continue Reading →

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