Fan Urinates in Wound That is Cleveland

July 29, 2010

Too soon to wear a Lebron James Heat jersey to a Cleveland Indians home game where the Evil Empire New York Yankees are beating the tribe without providing the fans with A-Rod’s milestone piece of history? Yeah, yeah it is.

Fan in Lebron Heat Jersey

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The NBA Dilemma

July 23, 2010

Free Agency Alliance

As NBA Free Agents join their friends to form Dream Teams, the level of competition in the NBA becomes even more unbalanced. If it weren’t for the fact that professional sports are businesses working towards profits, now could be a good time to reduce the number of teams in league… since so many of them are irrelevant anyway.

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Burnett Tries to Help Yankee Fans By Getting Himself Hurt

July 19, 2010

The Yankees Pitcher, Like Yankee Fans, Is Not Happy with His Poor Performance

Struggling New York Yankees starting pitcher A.J. Burnett slammed his hands against the Yankee clubhouse doors on Saturday in an another failed attempt to help his team.

A.J. Burnett

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Midseason Baseball Thoughts

July 15, 2010

The title pretty much summarizes the whole thing.

Balls

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Bob Sheppard & George Steinbrenner to be Buried in Hertiage Field

July 13, 2010

Okay, it’s not true (yet), but I think it’s a good idea that two Yankee legends, Bob Sheppard (the voice of the Yankees) and George Steinbrenner (the boss of the Yankees) be buried in the field that was Old Yankee Stadium.

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World Cupperage

July 12, 2010

World Cup Finals: Spain vs. Netherlands

I’m not into soccer. It’s a real sport, requiring talent and strategy, but not much happens for the majority of the game. There are very few shots on goal, most of which don’t even come close. I turned on the World Cup Championship after 105 minutes had been played and there was no score. I decided both teams should lose. The Yankee game was in the 2nd inning and they had already scored twice. As I waited for the clock to count up to impending shootout doom (having no idea when that would actually be, since the count up system does not inform of the future of the game, merely the past), a goal was finally scored.

Congrats to Spain, for winning the battle of the less exhausted.


ESPN: “OMG, Lebron Tweeted Something!”

July 8, 2010

Hi! We’re ESPN and we love King James, the Chosen One, James Christ Superstar. We cover Lebron 25/8, that’s how much we care! Lebron Sweepstakes is the best thing ever in the history of modern sport.

Lebron loves himself almost as much as we here at ESPN love him!!!

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