1. Edgar Renteria Wins It for the San Francisco Giants: A World Series Legend

    Edgar Renteria entered the 2010 World Series as a player that has had quite a successful career. The 35 year old shortstop from Colombia was already a World Series Champion, ...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about over 3 years ago 595 reads 0 comments

  2. Arsenal FC: Why American Fans Deserve a Visit

    As a world football fan and follower of the English Premier League, particularly Arsenal FC, I recently wondered why the "Gooners" have never made a trip to the United States...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about almost 4 years ago 1,128 reads 5 comments

  3. Why Dave Trembley Cannot Return to the Baltimore Orioles In 2010

    Last Friday, Andy MacPhail announced to the Orioles faithful that manager Dave Trembley would not be fired mid-season, and that the club would wait until the off season to decide on an option for the 2010 season...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about almost 5 years ago 825 reads 30 comments

  4. Enough Is Enough!: The Red Sox/Yankees Rivalry Receives Too Much Press

    The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees have a very long and fierce rivalry. Names like Babe Ruth, Bucky Dent, Aaron Boone, and David Ortiz all signify a specific chapter in this storied battle...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about almost 5 years ago 339 reads 11 comments

  5. 26 and Counting: How Jeremy Guthrie Is Allowing HRs at an Alarming Rate

    Kevin Youkilis hammers a hanging 2-1 slider into the left field seats at Camden Yards, giving the Red Sox a 6-5 lead over the Baltimore Orioles. This story has become all too common this season for the Orioles' number one starter Jeremy Guthrie...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about almost 5 years ago 116 reads 7 comments

  6. Assessing The Inaugural World Football Challenge

    Over the last week, Americans were treated to some of the best competition in international football. From coast to coast, supporters of four of the world's most followed teams—Club America, ...

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  7. Orioles-Red Sox: Previewing the Weekend in New England

    The start of the second half of the season has been anything but kind for the Baltimore Orioles. Having lost five of their last six games, the O's are now a season-high 12 games under .500...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about almost 6 years ago 81 reads 2 comments

  8. Five Burning Questions For the Orioles in the Second Half

    As the Orioles approach the second half of the 2009 season, many questions remain. Questions are common for last place teams, as the O's currently stand at 40-48 and in last place in the American League East...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about 5 years ago 204 reads 8 comments

  9. Fantasy Fix: Five Pitchers and Five Hitters to Save Your Season

    What makes fantasy baseball so special is that the season is long—very long, actually. This extremely long season sometimes makes it hard to keep up with the roster adjustments and player pickups that can help managers claim glory in their leagues..

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about 5 years ago 10,124 reads 8 comments

  10. Baltimore 2011: The Return to Glory

    For Baltimore Orioles fan, the past 11 seasons—and counting—have been quite painful. What once was one of baseball's winningest franchises, Baltimore has succumbed to a number of factors that have led to 11 straight losing seasons...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about 5 years ago 604 reads 7 comments

  11. Seattle Acquired Its Ace, Baltimore Its Future

    On February, 8, 2008, the Baltimore Orioles traded Erik Bedard to the Seattle Mariners for a five player package...

    Tom Richards Written by Tom Richards about 5 years ago 70 reads 1 comments