How can we logically look at the physical pain athletes in all sports are forced to undergo yet at the same time prohibit a less addicting and medically beneficial plant based on society’s incomprehensible negative perceptions?
In a country that has more people watching the Super Bowl each year than the presidential debates, admitting that you “don’t follow sports” can be a bit damning in certain contexts. But when the time finally comes to pick a team, the anxiety of making the right selection can seem overwhelming. The obvious choice might…
Entering into tonight’s Game 5, the Dodgers and the Cubs are deadlocked in a contest between two great teams having two great years. Only one will survive this series to face another day of baseball before the wintery offseason, and regardless of who that may be, Los Angeles baseball really proved itself as something more than a flashy name without championship substance, something that has plagued Southern California for all my life.
A freshman has set the tone for Stanford baseball turning over a new leaf.
I like to think of myself as a Moneyball player, a guy with an established system, which is probably the problem.
If there was an award given to the most frustrating team in Major League Baseball, the Rockies would be the unanimous recipient for the third year running.
Desperation is in the air, as Major League Baseball is entering the last few days before the July 31st trade deadline.
On June 27, the Houston Astros took on the second best team in the American League in the Detroit Tigers. The butt of many baseball jokes, the Astros, led by second baseman Jose Altuve, battled through nine innings, finding themselves deadlocked at 3-3 with the 2012 American League Pennant winners heading into extra innings. The…