The Miami Dolphins have had exactly one claim to fame in their entire existence. The organization tightly hangs on to the past as the fanbase struggles with their present. The Perfect 72 season is both a source of pride and frustration for the followers of Miami’s professional football team. It
The days baseball used to be known as America's Pastime are long gone. America chose a new lover as the old one was surpassed by football; it seemed more like football flew by as baseball stood still. It's been some time since the boys of summer celebrated success past the
When I was 11 years old, I played organized baseball for the first time in my life. It was the spring of 1999 and I played at Flagami Park in Miami, Florida. I know now the park is located on 72nd Ave. and 24th St., but I didn't then. Then,
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At 29 years old, I am constantly faced with something I like to call age ambivalence. It's an interesting feeling, really. The beginning of my adulthood - more like prolonged adolescence - feels like it wasn't too far away, but at times, more like an eternity. It
Have you ever seen the movie Fever Pitch? You know, the RomCom with Jimmy Fallon and Drew Barrymore about the Boston Red Sox circa 2004. Well, in the opening scene, Fallon's 7-year old character (Ben) gets taken to a ballgame at Fenway Park by his Uncle Carl (Lenny Clark) where
In the realm of sports, especially nowadays, few stories go untold. Basically, social media and an over-saturation of outlets have made it damn near impossible to fly under the radar for any athlete in the national entertainment spotlight. However, I still feel like there are things – huge, news-worthy, pressing
"Respect the game". Has a more ridiculous sentence ever been uttered? Consider the beginning and end of said sentence. "Respect", followed by the word "game". "Game" as in play. "Game" as in entertainment. "Game" as in not that fucking serious.
Baseball is about as bad as it gets when it comes
Honestly, how else can I begin this than by throwing my hands up and simply ask: what the fuck are we watching?! Aaron Judge is quite plainly not human. We're going to go over some numbers here shortly, but let's just be spectators about this for a second. Will you
Growing up, my two favorite baseball players were Derek Jeter and Ken Griffey, Jr. Griffey was the smooth-swinging lefty, the flashy outfielder, and the guy my favorite game was named after (Ken Griffey, Jr.'s Slugfest for the Nintendo 64). I loved Griffey, he was the shit. But Jeter, Jeter was
By: Enrique Sierra, Jr.
Your boy enjoys himself the written words, they just do it for me. I love picking up a good book and allowing an author to make me see his world and tell me a story while doing it. I also, obviously, love sports. So, when the two