The Sports Junkies
Davey Johnson blames the Nats having the league’s 3rd worst batting average and 2nd worst on-base percentage on almost the entire roster over-thinking their swings, saying they’re even re-watching their swing in the dugout, trying to make in-game adjustments.
Professionally the three former sports talk radio show hosts who made fun of former Saints player Steve Gleason have been punished, by losing their jobs. Publicly, it’s now their turn to be mocked, as they they bear the full brunt of a nation’s scorn for their terrible bit.
Miss Utah 2013 vs. Miss Teen South Carolina 2007: Both are legendary, but only one can be crowned Queen of the Dummies.
It’s not every day someone openly talks about their split from network television, which is what made Frank Caliendo describing his departure from Fox NFL Sunday so riveting Friday morning.
Before Lindsay Czarniak dominated ESPN’s airwaves by making a rapid rise to the top of the SportsCenter food chain, she was a bit of a local legend, as the loveable sports anchor on NBC 4. Her career may have taken her beyond Washington, D.C, but trust us when we say, she hasn’t forgotten where she came from.
By his own account, the results of Bryce Harper’s meeting with Dr. James Andrews Monday were “all good,” but even still, manager Davey Johnson says it will be at least another week before the 20-year-old slugger returns to the Nationals’ lineup.
The New England Patriots broke the silent streak on Tim Tebow’s NFL career by signing the ring leader of the circus Monday afternoon, but by all accounts told, he won’t be bringing the typical Tebow Show to Foxborough.
Rafael Nadal’s post-match flop to the clay court is a little over the top. In fact, J.P. says it was ‘a little contrived.’ Frankly, it’s hard to argue with that.
There’s terrible crimes being committed against humanity all around the world every day, and someone somewhere, right now, is grief-stricken because they just got caught sleeping on the job.
The days of an NFL team in London are fast approaching, and a team struggling to maintain its current fanbase in the U.S., like the Jacksonville Jaguars for instance, could be ripe for a move as soon as the next five to seven years, if you’re to believe Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.