NFL in London

London Calling: We Want the NFL, NBA and MLB

There will be a national election in England on May 7 and one of the issues, believe it or not, is how does England get permanent North American big league sports teams in London. It isn’t exactly clear how


Houston, We Have a Problem

Did you hear about Super Bowl LI? That’s the game that will be played in Houston in February 2017. Apparently, the NFL likes everything about Houston for the Super Bowl except the 13-year-old stadium that is showing some signs


Boston’s 2024 Olympic Bid Is In Trouble

If the Boston 2024 Olympics Bid Committee is going to land the event, it better hope for a turn around of public opinion soon. Many in the state of Massachusetts don’t want the event and it seems that the

Yordano "Ace" Ventura will look to become a bonified No. 1 pitcher in this league after a good 2014 campaign.

Baseball Dopers: Cheaters or Criminals?

There has been a significant number of baseball players who have been caught using banned substances since March 27th. In nearly three weeks, three major league pitchers and one minor league pitcher have been given half season suspensions and


Business Journal’s Potential Big League Cities Are a Fantasy

It is probably a good thing that the editors of the American City Business Journal aren’t prospective Major League Sports owners because their investment probably would not work out for them based on where they planned to place a

Chris Christie

Is Chris Christie Going to Become a Sports Problem?

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has been dogged by problems caused by lane closings at the George Washington Bridge between New Jersey and New York. It has been a problem that has not involved sports but Christie’s latest problem

Oakland Coliseum

A’s Owner Giving Up Moving to San Jose?

Since 1968, Major League Baseball has been wrestling with having two teams in the San Francisco Bay Area market. Charlie Finley moved his Kansas City A’s franchise to Oakland after the 1967 season dividing the market into two baseball

Madison Keys is the unseeded underdog facing top seeded Serena Williams in one of the Aussie Open women's semi's

Iran’s Other Policy Change Impacts Women and Sports

Is this a change of the guard actually taking place in Iran? It is hard to say but it appears that half of Iran’s population, women, will soon to able to attend some sporting events in public and even


Why Is The NBA Visiting Havana?

In 1964, Boston Celtics coach Red Auerbach took a number of NBA All Stars for a tour of Eastern Europe which was supposed to end in Red Square in Moscow, the capital of the Soviet Union. Red and the


NFL Owners Don’t Care About Fans

 There is an old sports axiom that goes something like this: “We would be nowhere without our fans.” Not really true. Sports owners have been abusing fans for decades with clear examples being Walter O’Malley taking the Brooklyn Dodgers