Derek Jeter

The Derek Jeter Goodbye Saga

If the Derek Jeter goodbye tour bothers you, think of this. It could have been far worse. Major League Baseball could have honored the retiring commissioner Bud Selig in every one of the 30 parks. To listen to the

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The NFL Crisis: Overlooking ‘Employee’ Standards

Under normal circumstances, a company where a franchise owner is arrested and cops plea, where an employee is arrested on domestic abuse charges and another employee is suspended for failing a drug test, that business would be in a


Pro Sports Quiet on Labor Day, College Teams Amp It Up

Labor Day 2014 is fairly quiet in terms of strife between players and owners in Major League Baseball, the National Football League, the National Basketball Association, the National Hockey League and Major League Soccer in the United States and


Is It Time for NFL in Los Angeles?

The National Football League wants to get back into the Los Angeles market and according to the Los Angeles Times, Eric Grubman is going to try and find the money to get a stadium built in LA. I’m Evan

Wes Welker

Wes Welker’s Health: Just Fine or In Jeopardy?

Last week, Wes Welker suffered his third concussion since November in a pre-season football game. That begs the question, Is Welker’s health in jeopardy if he is cleared to play by Denver Broncos doctors and physicians not affiliated with

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Will The NHL Finally Expand to Las Vegas?

The National Hockey League is going to be expanding into Las Vegas, Seattle and maybe, Quebec City if you believe a story that appeared in a Vancouver newspaper. The NHL has been seriously talking about putting a team in Las

Jonathan Ledecky

Jonathan Ledecky Still on the Hunt for Major League Team

Jonathan Ledecky wants to buy the National Hockey League’s New York Islanders. So far, the only people who seem against this idea are Islanders fans, which is a far cry from Ledecky’s attempt to buy a major league sports

Billie Jean King

Billie Jean King and Sexism in Sports

Tennis’ US Open starts in Flushing Meadows in New York and Billie Jean King figures to be there to take a bow. She should because without Billie Jean King, women’s tennis would never have become a major international force.


Legal Challenges to Cause Changes in “Farm Systems”

(St. John, Newfoundland) — The National Football League, the National Basketball Association and the National Hockey League commissioners presumably are aware that there might be a significant change in sports “farm systems” and that change may be coming far

Roger Goodell

NFL Hypocrisy on Display in Scotland and Greenland

(Qaqortoq, Greenland) – There is not a more unlikely spot on the globe than Qaqortoq, Greenland to explore the hypocrisy of the National Football League in the group’s absolute scorched earth policy against legal sports betting in the United