This may not seem so bright, but hear me out.
We sit, ages 45 and 41. What is middle-age? How presumptuous to assume.
Red Sox tickets are $14 on a good day, and yet, the Cape Cod League may have the Sox beat in value.
Mike DeWine wants to leave it to someone else to decide what to do about transgender athletes in competitive sports. But this is precisely what government was created for.
The U.S. Open will be held at the club just outside of San Diego this year for the first time since 2008.
Her withdrawal from the French Open is one of the most shocking events in tennis history.
A more difficult schedule could derail the season.
MLB’s “Extra Innings” TV programming is cheap.
Another bad Major League Baseball rule change.
Plenty of winners and losers.
Along with seven-inning doubleheaders, baseball is getting weird.
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred, never a leader, cowed by political pressure.
My professional wrestling fandom cost thousands of dollars during a time when the cash could’ve been put to far better use.
Six of the Top 10 NBA players were injured during the current playoffs.
I don’t know much about boxing, but I suspect I knew about as much as the commentators did.
This slapstick horror film simmers with anti-Nixon symbolism, surreal underground film tropes, and an avalanche of shattered ambition.
Cutting corners as a way of life.
Basketball in the time of pandemic.
Marvelous Marvin reaches deep to win The War.
MLB is tinkering with some changes to the game.
Mets ballpark ruined The Clash, so I still hate it.
The golf legend talks with Charlie Rose, two men who have seen better days, about his then current "comeback."
An interview with the American icon just 9 months before his death.
The NFL remains steadfast in holding its annual draft pick on April 23.
The Buck spent, a dysfunctional Baltimore Orioles franchise faces a long rebuild.
Silence at Camden Yards and Craig Kimbrel impersonating Fernando Rodney.
The ugly side of MLB’s 2018 season.