Sports

The invention of the batting helmet

David K. Israel

I assume many of you heard about Mike Coolbaugh's death a couple weeks ago—he was the first-base coach with the Tulsa Drillers who was killed by a foul ball to the head. Although ext

Five Ballpark Promotions That Went Wrong

Jason Plautz

I may be a die-hard Cleveland Indians fan, but that doesn't mean I'll go to the ballpark just for the games. I often choose what tickets I buy based on the promotions.

Steve Blass' Horrible, Terrible, No Good, Very Bad Disease

Jason Plautz

It might not be as widespread as Gehrig's ALS, but sadly, Steve Blass Disease has taken its fair share of victims.

The drought in Philly

David K. Israel

Despite that I spent almost 15 years in New York City, despite that I've now lived in Los Angeles for nearly two years, despite that I spent four years in New England, my sports allegiances are s

Ta-da!: Surprising David Blaine/NBA Follow-up

Mangesh Hattikudur

I hate to admit it, but after seeing the "Unbelievable" NBA spots, I'd like to rescind all sarcasm from my previous post, and apologize to the good people at Goodby, Silverstein & P

David Blaine to work magic on the NBA Audience

Mangesh Hattikudur

According to this link, master illusionist and stuntman David Blaine has been tapped to be an NBA pitchman in a new series of ads.

The Lure of Fishing

Miss Cellania

Now that the daylight lasts longer and the weather is more pleasant, it's time to confront the big decision: should I mow the lawn or go fishing? Field and Stream published a list of the 50 Be

The 5 Strangest Stories in Vice and Sports

Mangesh Hattikudur

No one's saying that drinking, smoking or drugs does an athlete any good, but it sure makes explaining their antics a whole lot

It's Baseball Season 2007: Hats Off!

David K. Israel

As another baseball season gets underway, I thought I'd let you all in on a very important change this year: NEW CAPS!

High School Sports Teams

Miss Cellania

I attended college in Columbia, Missouri, where the local high school named their athletic teams the Hickman Kewpies.

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