#TBT Sports Blog: FREE Sports Comic Book on Favorite Non-Athletes

Today’s #TBT sports blog recalls my FREE sports comic book Favorite Non-Athletes. Updated in 2017, the ebook reveals a different side of sports for inquisitive fans. If you’re as rabid a sports fan as me, you’ll agree that sports comprise … Continue reading

Sitting in Pigeon Heaven at a Major League Baseball Game

It may not be the best location in a baseball stadium. However, any seat in Pigeon Heaven is worth the price to some fans.

Whether you look upon Pigeon Heaven as a heavenly blessing or a hellish curse, the 300 and above levels in baseball stadiums are still desirable seats.

Fans who really want to attend a game and can’t afford a pricey ticket closer to the field consider these seats manna from heaven.

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2nd Edition: FREE New York Sports Icons Comic Book

Check out my recently released 2nd edition of my FREE sports comic book entitled New York Sports Icons. In addition to famous former mayors Rudy Giuliani and Michael Bloomberg, New York City boasts a colorful array of popular places and … Continue reading

FREE Comic Book: Worst About Sports 2nd Edition

My 2nd edition of Worst About Sports can be downloaded for FREE.

A best selling book on what’s Best About Sports wouldn’t be complete without a complementary book on what’s Worst About Sports.

Enjoy my 2nd edition of this popularly downloaded FREE sports comic book because it’s recently been updated.

As I penned in my previous book – Best About Sports – the subject of sports always triggers debate. The same applies here in Worst About Sports.

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MIKE’s FREE Book Worst in Sports: MLB Manager Uniforms

One of the worst sights in all of sports is old, woefully out-of-shape baseball managers sporting the same form-fitting uniforms as their players. This horrible site is a no brainer for Worst About Sports.

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MIKE Launches FREE March Madness Sports Comic Book for NCAA Tournament

The wildly popular Big Dance, or March Madness, descends upon NCAA college basketball fans every year.

From mid March through early April, college basketball fans are smitten by the sports world’s most popular annual event.

College hoop junkies trudge around like zombies barely able to get through the day without mumbling about stats, scores, match-ups, RPI ratings and overall strength of conference schedules.

In addition to debating regional brackets, they never part with their remotes. They divide their time between watching ESPN on big LCD TV screens, smaller LCD screens on WiFi notebooks and even tinier LCD screens on pocket-sized iPhones.

March Madness fans consumed by the NCAA tournament will enjoy this FREE book. It’s filled with 25 of my all-time favorite basketball comics.

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