Marino, Barkley, Ewing, Drexler, Griffey and Tim Brown. When I say those names what comes to mind? Is it legends of their sport without a championship?
Don’t look now, but Philip Rivers is treading dangerously into a category he doesn’t want to be in. And no signs of it getting any better anytime soon. Continue reading “NFL Offseason 2012: Philip Rivers Is At A Career Crossroads”
This is what we call the old “Uncle Charlie.” Nasty indeed. Gregor Blanco just got baseball’s equivalent of posterized.
Josh Hamilton continued his magnificent start to 2012 by putting on a show in Baltimore last night.
Not that there isn’t anything to see in Baltimore these days (more on that to come) but what Hamilton did last night, hitting four home runs in a game, had only been done 15 times prior in Major League Baseball history and not once since 2003. Continue reading “Major League Baseball Notes 5/9/2012: Josh Hamilton Hits Four Home Runs”