I’m happy for you Derek Jeter, I’ma let you finish, but…

Honestly, was his season that remarkable that he should receive an accolade for it? Okay, so he hit a few milestones. Lou Gehrig. Blah blah blah. Big whoop. Everyone’s hitting milestones in baseball these days thanks to these big name players getting their roid on. (Now, I’m not suggesting that Derek Jeter uses performance enhancing substances. If he did, his performance might actually be impressive.)

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I'm happy for you Derek Jeter, I'ma let you finish, but…

Honestly, was his season that remarkable that he should receive an accolade for it? Okay, so he hit a few milestones. Lou Gehrig. Blah blah blah. Big whoop. Everyone’s hitting milestones in baseball these days thanks to these big name players getting their roid on. (Now, I’m not suggesting that Derek Jeter uses performance enhancing substances. If he did, his performance might actually be impressive.)

The Haves, the Haves, and the Really-Haves

    [[Editors Note: our newest contributor, 33 Problems, brings to you his first post.  He’s a die-hard Boston fan, former dramatist and a master of disguise…and yes, we are working on running more pro-NYC fan articles, stay tuned!  Pray thee do enjoy!]] Step right up and greet the mess. Baseball teams are broken up … Continue reading

World Series Hangover: Ruining the Venue of “Home”

    Watching football on Thanksgiving Day is a pretty standard American exercise. And I’m on board with that. My family, being Philadelphia Eagles fans, doesn’t need much incentive to get together, drink beer, and collectively hate the Dallas Cowboys every 4th Thursday in November. But it didn’t really happen this year. We stuffed ourselves … Continue reading

World Series Hangover: Ruining the Venue of "Home"

    Watching football on Thanksgiving Day is a pretty standard American exercise. And I’m on board with that. My family, being Philadelphia Eagles fans, doesn’t need much incentive to get together, drink beer, and collectively hate the Dallas Cowboys every 4th Thursday in November. But it didn’t really happen this year. We stuffed ourselves … Continue reading