Initially, when hearing a productive and established player such as Jayson Werth signed with the Washington Nationals, it was bewildering. The Nationals had stunk for years now with the only shining start, pitching phenom Stephen Strasburg already out for the entire 2011 season, as he needed Tommy John surgery. Not good news for any pitcher, […]
I-70 Baseball is proud to announce the organization of the first Midwest Baseball Writers Convention to be held on February 12, 2011 in Springfield, MO. What a great opportunity for baseball writers to network, while learning from the variety of speakers with vast experience in the baseball writing field. Details are below: Related articles Baseball […]
It is no secret that the New York Yankees are winning the biggest losers contest by a landslide this off-season. As they cross their fingers hoping Andy Pettitte sends word he wants to play, the waiting is making things look less hopeful. GM Brian Cashman made it clear: “He’s not in it. He’s told me […]
Worth the watch…. David Letterman’s “Top Ten New York Giants Excuses” , which aired on December 20, 2010.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell talks about his tough “conduct policy” requiring all players to behave accordingly both on and off the field. Goodell has made his stance very clear: “We hold ourselves to higher standards of responsible conduct because of what it means to be part of the National Football League.” When Goodell was less […]
With just eight minutes left in the fourth quarter, New York Giants fans were having a grand old time at the Meadowlands yesterday. The Giants defense had been relentless against their division rival Philadelphia Eagles and Eli Manning had yet to let things get of hand. Holding up the Eagles dynamic duo of Michael Vick and […]