No. Plain and simple: No. Let’s put this game in context before we call for the heads of everyone and anyone who has been associated with the USMNT in the past 5 years. Now, if we leave this tournament 0-3 or even 1-2 we will be having a different conversation, but, for now, let’s not … More USMNT: Time to Panic? No (not yet).
Sunday, March 27, 2016 Potosí, Rivas, Nicaragua Let me start by saying that Friday night Guatemala masterfully executed a simple, yet practical, game plan: play harder than your opponent for 90 minutes and wait for them to make mistakes. They were aware of their advantages, namely the hostile atmosphere… And they seemed keenly aware of … More A Defining Moment for U.S. Soccer
Last night the Astros put the final nail in the yankees dynasty coffin already that’s been buried for years. Hey Brian Cashman, take it from me (As a Phillies fan), you’re in rebuilding mode. Bite the bullet and have a few losing seasons so you can be back on top in a few years. … More AL Wildcard Recap
We’ve made it! It’s time for the most exciting game of the year! Last night was a nice little appetizer, but it’s time for National League playoff baseball; tough pitching change decisions, when and who to pinch hit, hey maybe we’ll even see a bunt or two!! I can appreciate what the DH has done … More NL Wildcard Preview
Tomorrow night the Bronx will welcome back postseason baseball as the Houston Astros make their way to the over infested city in a true Good V.S. Evil matchup for the American League Wild Card. This is a matchup only a truly crazy person could have predicted at the start of the season, as the Astros … More MLB Postseason Predictions: AL Wild Card
by Justin Stark Another icon has left the Phillies. The team is in full rebuild mode. We knew it when they traded away Shane Victorino and then later Jimmy Rollins, but knowing and understanding doesn’t ease the sting at all; Cole Hamels is now a Texas Ranger. Years ago, I began collecting bobble heads given out … More On the Cole Train finally departing Philly
by Jake Montgomery Last night, the only sports event worth watching on TV was the Major League Baseball All-Star game—and no, neither NBA Summer League scrimmages nor an El Salvador-Jamaica soccer match are worth watching, in case you were wondering. The All Star game was played in Cincinnati where home team favorite and once-Little League World Series hero Todd … More Baseball Guys and The All-Star Game