Met fans have gotten to a point where they'd be thrilled just to have a .500 season, let alone a post season. Yet management allows the Mets to get worse and worse and to fans it appears they don't seem to care.
Louisville, the top overall seed in the tournament, wins the NCAA basketball championship beating Michigan 82-76.
No texting and driving, even in NASCAR. Electronic devices are now forbidden in cars. Texting was going on during stoppages.
Detroit's Game 1 pitcher Justin Verlander was asked if he's dating model Kate Upton, he said "I'm not confirming or denying anything."
When Jose Reyes comes back to Citi Field, give the man the respect he deserves. He wanted to remain a New York Met. He really did. But, the offer wasn't right.
In the United States of America, do we enjoy the right to free speech? Notwithstanding whether Ozzie Guillen was unwise or tactless to open his trap in the first place, this has gone well beyond both the state line and the foul lines.
Although Guillen's comments could be considered inappropriate and were disrespectful to those who endured Castro's regime, the First Amendment is all-inclusive. Guillen, along with every U.S. citizen, is entitled to his own opinion.
Are we really going to go down this rabbit hole of political correctness in which we must overreact about any and all comments that may offend those who hold our purse strings?
Jamie Moyer, a 49-year-old professional baseball player, made history by becoming the oldest opening day starting pitcher when he took the mound for the Colorado Rockies against the Houston Astros.
The Miami Marlins President David Samson has caught a lot of flak for calling Miami politicians stupid. But heck, maybe his words did have some credence.
Jerry Sandusky is finally behind bars. Of course you can argue that he should have been there all along. But two new accusers came forward leading to new charges and bail of $250 thousand which he couldn't afford.
Last night, when the Miami Marlins officially signed Jose Reyes to a six-year, $106 million deal, something inside me snapped. As a life-long Mets fan, I've witnessed a lot of defeat.
The NBA has canceled the first two weeks of the season, and before you know it, the entire season may blow up. The unemployment rolls just got larger.
Not too long ago, the name "Cameron Maybin" meant big things. In his first season in the Minor Leagues for the Tigers, Maybin exhibited why scouts gushed about him.
In the debut episode of Sports Blitz Now -- the brand new Huffington Post sports radio show -- Jordan Schultz and the guys broke down all the marquee matchups in college football this weekend, ranked their power 10 NFL teams and offered plenty of fantasy advice.
Even though being a relatively consistent closer isn't exactly the easiest asset to come by, Leo Nunez, who could make as much as $6.5 million through arbitration in the off-season, will still most likely get cut loose.