1. Super Bowl 2011: Aaron Rodgers Silences Critics with Super Performance

    For Aaron Rodgers, winning Super Bowl XLV was not a validation of Green Bay’s decision to hand over the reins to the young quarterback in 2008...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 3 years ago 123 reads 0 comments

  2. Bucco Blog: Bullpen Spectacular As Bucs Win in Extra Innings

    With a man on third and nobody out in the top of the ninth inning, the Los Angeles Dodgers appeared ready to break a 3-3 tie with the heart of their lineup coming to the plate...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 98 reads 0 comments

  3. Bucco Blog: A Lot To Like From Pittsburgh Pirates Opening Day

    Could you have asked for a better opening day at PNC Park? The sun was shining, the stadium was filled to capacity, and the Pirates came away with an 11-5 thwomping of the Los Angeles Dodgers, their fourth straight opening day victory...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 326 reads 11 comments

  4. Fantasy Fulcrum: 30 Teams and 30 Questions Part 1, NL East

    Fantasy Fulcrum is a new column that's going to examine the good, the bad and the ugly of the fantasy baseball season, all the while incorporating my team (which will be drafted March 27th) into the conversation...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 105 reads 0 comments

  5. With One Goal, Crosby Puts the Ovechkin Arguement To Rest

    With one shot, it was over. Yes, Sidney Crosby’s overtime goal lifted Canada past the United States in one of the most thrilling hockey games ever played, Olympic or otherwise...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 1,429 reads 47 comments

  6. San Francisco Giants, Tim Lincecum Still Paying for Barry Zito's Contract

    Tim Lincecum has one man to thank for his recent contract dispute with the San Francisco Giants: Barry Zito. Prior to the 2007 season, the Giants were able to lure Zito away from cross-town ...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 2,045 reads 10 comments

  7. The Last of a Dying Breed: Kurt Warner and Brett Favre Truly Elite Quarterbacks

    As we prepare ourselves for what will undoubtedly be a quarterback duel for the ages between Peyton Manning and Drew Brees in Super Bowl XLIV, I have one piece of advice for you. Enjoy it while you can...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 1,117 reads 8 comments

  8. Beware of Hurricane Manning

    There is a storm brewing in South Florida. In 1926, The Great Miami Hurricane blew through the region, devastating everything in its path, killing approximately 300 people and causing an estimated $100 million in damages, which translates to roughly $1...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 4 years ago 772 reads 7 comments

  9. Fantasy Sport: Sometimes Fantasy Is Better Than Reality

    A warm Floridian breeze makes its way amongst the festivities of Sun Life Stadium, gently maneuvering amongst the players and coaches as they nonchalantly discuss the game plan of the impending Pro Bowl...

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  10. The 2009 Home Run Derby: Albert Pujols Is in, Who Else Should Join Him?

    It’s not even two weeks into the season, and already we're getting our first nugget of All-Star Game festivities chatter...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about 5 years ago 813 reads 4 comments

  11. The 10 Sports Jobs I'd Love to Have

    We've all dreamed of being professional athletes. We yearn for the days of glory and big paychecks, but in all reality, there's a very small percentage of people that are actually talented and lucky enough to make it to the big time...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about 5 years ago 409 reads 33 comments

  12. Ty Cobb and the Lost Art of Stealing Home

    With all due respect to Cal Ripken Jr., Joe DiMaggio, and Hank Aaron (yes, Aaron, not Bonds), the most unbeatable, and perhaps astounding, record in all of baseball is held by a man named Ty Cobb...

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  13. From Angels to Angel; Nick Adenhart a Reminder of Life's Fragility

    It's funny the thoughts that come to one's mind after news breaks of somebody's untimely death. For me, the last few days have been filled with such instances, and each time I can't help but ...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 5 years ago 223 reads 6 comments

  14. Tyler Hansbrough: A Breath of Fresh Air In This Day and Age

    With Monday night's North Carolina romp over Michigan State in the NCAA Championship Game, two realizations came to my mind: 1.) Another year had passed that I'd done absolutely terrible in my bracket polls...

    Dave  Serkoch Written by Dave Serkoch about over 5 years ago 166 reads 10 comments