Memorable moments from Monday Night Football

Monday Night Football, because it is shown in prime time, has long been considered the most important stage of the regular season in which a football player or team can play. During its thirty-six years on ABC, Monday Night Football became the second-longest primetime show in history, behind only 60 Minutes. Throughout its career, Monday […]

The Racist Strike – The Albert Pujols, Stan Musial and Jackie Robinson Contract

In honor of last year’s Major League Baseball All-Star Game in St. Louis, Missouri, home of the St. Louis Cardinals, I thought to tell the story of one of the most famous contracts of all time, the signing of Jackie Robinson for the St. Louis Cardinals. Brooklyn Dodgers to break through baseball’s color barrier, and […]

Why is Roger Maris not in the Baseball Hall of Fame?

Roger Maris played Major League Ball (MLB) for 12 seasons, from 1957 to 1968. He played for four different teams (Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Royals, New York Yankees, and St. Louis Cardinals). He appeared in seven World Series, winning three of them. He was a two-time (consecutive) American League MVP, seven-time All Star (1959-1962 2 […]

The Stanley Cup

Does an Eighth Seed team stand a chance in hell and I will get back to this analogy in a bit to win the Stanley Cup? The Stanley Cup is the oldest championship team trophy in North America. It is named for Lord Stanley of Preston who represented the British monarch as governor-general in Canada […]