The Supreme Court ended a six year legal battle ruling against the NCAA, NBA, NHL, NFL, and MLB in favor of New Jersey to allow states to legalize betting on sports. SCOTUS ruled against a 1992 law that banned state-authorized sports betting "with some exceptions." Thus making Nevada the only state where bets on single … Continue reading SCOTUS Gives States Go-Ahead to Legalize Sports Betting
Major League Baseball announced last Tuesday that the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox would head to London next season to play a two game series and the only question I have is why? Sure the National Football League has taken to playing a game in London each season, but it's always been the … Continue reading Baseball in London, Why?
Pittsburgh Sports fans have been through a lot the last couple of days. First, the Steelers lose to the Jacksonville Jaguars, which no Steelers fan thought possible. Then the news breaks that Pirates star Andrew McCutchen is traded to the Giants and ace Gerrit Cole is sent to the Astros. So of course Pirates fans … Continue reading Pittsburgh Pirates Fans are Fed Up With Ownership
During one of my random time of day Twitter scrolls, I found an article from sporting news about the Atlanta Braves punishment and I had to click the article to see what the heck they were talking about. And reading the article, I'm surprised that this story was bigger news among the sports news outlets, … Continue reading ICYMI: Atlanta Braves Punishment Delivered
I was intrigued and honestly kind of excited to see that Undeniable with Joe Buck had actually got Alex Rodriguez to appear on the show. Now if you haven't seen the show before, let me give you a quick breakdown: Joe Buck hosts and dives deep in his guest background and we're talking deep. When … Continue reading Undeniable with Alex Rodriguez: a Swing and a Miss
It's that time of year where four Major League Baseball teams embark on one game that will either end their season or send them on to the next round of the playoffs. Some have argued that it's not fair only getting one game, one chance, to play in the next round, but most leagues have … Continue reading The 2017 MLB Wildcard Games Did Not Disappoint
When the news broke that the Boston Red Sox had stolen signs from the New York Yankees during their series a couple of weeks ago, I was mildly shocked. I say mildly because stealing signs is almost an integral part of baseball and it's the Red Sox and Yankees the most storied rivalries in sports. … Continue reading The Hilarity of the Red Sox Cheating Scandal