As we near the end of baseball’s regular season, fans must take in the surprises and amazing feats of the 2012 season — The Nationals, the Orioles and the A’s, R.A. Dickey’s knuckleball, Mike Trout, and Miguel Cabrera’s race for… Read More ›
Month: September 2012
Due to publication rules, I can no longer post my full articles for The Inkwell, so I will be posting a preview and the link to my article of my sports column. Keep reading and I’ll keep writing.
Wild Weekend of Sports highlights the biggest and best sports news and events from the weekend, with a little bit of comic relief. Saturday * Gio Gonzalez became baseball’s first 20 game winner of the season. He was also Washington’s… Read More ›
Every year the Associated Press comes out with their preseason rankings for college football, and the hype begins over the AP No. 1 team. The No. 1 team is filled with stars who assemble a seemingly unbeatable team, who usually… Read More ›
Yunel Escobar’s gay slur on his eye-black has no place in baseball, or any other sport. Escobar, the Toronto Blue Jays and the game of baseball should feel embarrassed. The result of the of the gay slur has been a… Read More ›
The Washington Nationals have made a huge mistake by shutting down ace pitcher, Stephen Strasburg, for the rest of the season. The move made by team management is not fair to the team, to Strasburg and especially not to the… Read More ›
Student athletes may be one step closer to compensation after a group of lawyers representing former college football and men’s basketball players told a federal court Aug. 31 they are seeking to change the fundamental way current athletes are compensated… Read More ›