2 Cent Tuesday: Why Baseball Confuses Me

Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog focuses on why the sport of baseball confuses me. And, I don’t think I’m alone. That’s why I compiled a list of befuddling bits of baseball banalities that probably confound you, too. My list … Continue reading

#TBT Sports Blog: Boston Celtics Great Bill Russell

Today’s #TBT sports blog recalls Boston Celtics great Bill Russell – the most decorated championship player in NBA history. The former Celtics center collected an unprecedented 11 championship rings in 13 overall seasons, a feat that Michael Jordan and Magic … Continue reading

2 Cent Tuesday: My Favorite Sounds in Sports

Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog lists my all-time top 20 sounds in sports. While consuming terrific NBA Playoff action this week, sports fans can also feast on the many baseball, soccer and hockey games available on television. In addition … Continue reading

#TBT Sports Blog: Boston Celtics Great Larry Bird

Today’s #TBT sports blog features NBA great Larry Bird. The Boston Celtics legend s revered in the same breath as other iconic Boston sports heroes – Carl Yastzremski, Bobby Orr, Doug Flutie, David Ortiz and Tom Brady. Though he formally … Continue reading

FREE Sports Comic Book: Iconic Sports Venues

The FREE sports comic book Iconic Sports Venues spotlights my favorite places in America to attend a game, regardless of the sport. Steeped in tradition and offering unique contributions to sports history, these iconic venues probably figure prominently on every … Continue reading

2 Cent Tuesday: Sports Needs a Reincarnation of Yogi Berra

Today’s 2 Cent Tuesday sports blog articulates my very own personal plea for a reincarnation of Yogi Berra of sorts in sports. While watching both the NBA and NHL Playoffs this past weekend, I yearned for a star player to … Continue reading

Wicked Good Sports Comic Book: Boston Sports Icons

Over 200 years ago, the city of Boston boasted its place as the cradle of American liberty. But today, the city is celebrated as an American sports capitol. And, this FREE sports comic book on Boston sports icons is wicked … Continue reading

Boston Marathon’s Heartbreak Hill Represents Boston Strong

Since 1897, the Boston Marathon has been recognized as the world’s oldest and most respected long distance running race.

Today, the revered race returns to a once shaken city that suffered through two horrific finish line bombings a year ago.

The tragic events took lives, maimed victims and shed an unwelcome, ponderous pall over a proud and marvelous city.

As all Americans adopt a Boston Strong spirit today to honor the victims stricken in last year’s tragedy, I’ve chosen to feature the race’s famous Heartbreak Hill in my daily blog.

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#TBT Sports Blog: The NHL Golden Jet Bobby Hull

Like an easy open net goal, former Chicago Blackhawks great Bobby Hull effortlessly skates into today’s #TBT sports blog. If you’ve ever visited Chicago’s United Center, you’ve seen his bronze statue standing proudly beside Bulls legend Michael Jordan and fellow … Continue reading

The Masters at Augusta National: A Tradition Unlike Any Other

Each spring, tradition abounds at Augusta National Golf Club. Sportscaster Jim Nantz’s instantly recognizable words, “a tradition unlike any other,” eloquently capture the essence of the golf’s most prestigious event. One of four United States major golf tournaments held each … Continue reading