Last week, after Texas Stadium was demolished, I emailed blog overlord Jason English to pitch this Late Movies about demolished stadiums.
"Last year, more Americans went to symphonies than went to baseball games.
Jamaica is not sending a bobsled team to Vancouver for the Winter Games, but the Caribbean nation will be represented by one skier.
In Washington, DC, Redskins fans are mailing "Fan Cards" to team headquarters and local media outlets, renouncing their fandom as a result of the actions of owner Daniel Snyder.
"The NBA was a symphony, it was scripted; the ABA was jazz." —Ron
There are a lot of college sporting events out there—tournaments, championships, bowl games"¦ But the best intercollegiate sporting event is the Quidditch World Cup.
The Hornets were supposed to be the Spirit, while the Grizzlies were almost named the Mounties.
The eight charter members of the American Football League are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the league's launch by wearing throwback uniforms for select NFL games this season.
On Tuesday night, ESPN aired Barry Levinson's The Band that Wouldn't Die, the second installment of its 30 for 30 documentary series.
No one really knows where the term bullpen comes from, and no one theory has enough compelling evidence to support or refute the origin.