The 88th Academy Awards were sparked by a little bit of controversy for weeks leading up to the big event. Really sparked by the video from Jada Pinkett Smith: Where she essentially called for a boycott of the Oscars by Black actors and other celebrities, but one couldn’t help but wonder: is she doing this only … More Oscars Recap 2016
There are the common names such as Mike Trout, Miguel Cabrera, and David Price in the American League and Bryce Harper,Andrew McCutchen and Clayton Kershaw in the National League, but every so often, there happens to be a slightly smaller name that winds up taking home the MLB hardware. There was a prime case of … More Expect Some New Names On MLB Hardware
The Robert Griffin III era in Washington D.C. is concluding before it really even had a chance to catch steam. Injuries and inconsistencies plagued the Washington Redskins quarterback, and team president Bruce Allen affirmed in an interview on Feb. 23 what we all believed, that RGIII would not be a member of the franchise that … More A Match Made in Texas?
I have had enough with the press that Yoenis Cespedes’ cars at spring training have gotten, especially in the “esteemed” New York media, and here’s why: 4 month’s ago, they were pushing for the Mets not to resign him. Aside from that, who actually gives a shit what this guy drives to spring training?! 2 … More Mets Fans Should Be Concerned With Cespedes
Danny, Arthur and Jon talk all baseball. They breakdown each division, who they like who they hate and which teams look to be the favorites. They also give their early preseason awards inspired by this weekend’s Oscars. … More Episode 2: Baseball Is Back!
As part of our ongoing week of baseball coverage, this is the last preview for Tailgate Talk previewing the National League West listed in order of where I think teams place by October. San Francisco Giants 2015 record: 84-78 (Second in NL West) Offseason acquisitions:Acquired: Johnny Cueto, Jeff Samardzija, Denard Span. Offseason losses: Nori Aoki. … More 2016 National League West Preview
As part of our ongoing week of baseball coverage, this is the latest preview for the American League West, listed in order of where I think teams place by October. Houston Astros 2015 record: 86-76 (Second in AL West – Wild Card game winners, lost to Royals in ALDS, 3-2) Key Acquisitions: Doug Fisher. Key Losses: Chris … More 2016 American League West Preview
As part of our ongoing week of baseball coverage we will continue to breakdown each division, talking about what teams have done to improve on last season, what we think the standings will be, and if we think any of the teams are a serious contender for the World Series. National League Central St. Louis … More 2016 National League Central Preview
As part of our ongoing week of baseball coverage we will continue to breakdown each division, talking about what teams have done to improve on last season, what we think the standings will be, and if we think any of the teams are a serious contender for the World Series. American League Central Kansas City … More 2016 American League Central Preview
This was a tough one to predict, with the AL East being a log jam toward the top. The jays won the trade deadline last season which set up for their success through August and September. But the off season saw the Yankees as the big winner which will set up their success for … More 2016 American League East Preview