1. All Zambrano'd Out: The 2012 Chicago Cubs and What to Expect

    This article was originally supposed to be about me expressing my thoughts about the trading of Carlos Zambrano , finally, mercifully, ending a tenure that had become, for lack of a better term, malignant...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 2 years ago 186 reads 0 comments

  2. WCW History: 15 Guys Who Never Really Got a Chance to Run with the Ball

    Wrestling isn't a sport. It's sports entertainment. One of the things we all seem to remember is the days when WWE had competition...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 2 years ago 7,742 reads 20 comments

  3. Halfway Home: Seven Surprises at the Halfway Point of the 2011 NFL Season

    I want to preface this article by stating that I realize the lockout contributes to this article greatly, and that I took that into consideration when factoring in the surprises...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 2 years ago 211 reads 0 comments

  4. Albert Pujols Watch: What His Free Agency Has to Do with the Chicago Cubs

    The hottest free agent prize in nearly 10 years hits the market following this year's World Series. As an added bonus, the man happens to be my favorite player in MLB...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about almost 3 years ago 547 reads 3 comments

  5. Chicago Cubs/White Sox 2011 Season: In the Summer of Our Discontent

    To watch the Chicago teams this season has been much like pouring alcohol on an open wound. Except the pain from the open wound eventually goes away (unless it's too late, it gets infected, and you go to Valhalla)...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about almost 3 years ago 113 reads 0 comments

  6. The 13 Worst-Run Franchises in Sports

    Sports can be complicated. As fans, we can blame the players on the field, but we only go after the front offices when the horrendous play is sustained and sustaining (see the No. 3 entry on this list...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about 3 years ago 2,017 reads 9 comments

  7. 2011 NBA Playoffs: So This Is How It All Ends for LA Lakers

    At the beginning of the current NBA season, days after the South Beach nWo, also known as the Miami Heat , was formed, Kobe Bryant , the leader and top scorer of the two-time ...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about 3 years ago 115 reads 1 comments

  8. Flying The L Flag: The 2010 Chicago Cubs

    A long time ago, Jim Hendry, knowing that the World Series window for a team that had not represented the National League in the Series since 1945 was very short, went on a spending spree...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about 4 years ago 441 reads 0 comments

  9. Thanks for Coming, Vinny: Del Negro Shown the Door in Chicago

    Congratulations to the Chicago Bulls. They made a meaningless playoff run, were squashed under the considerable foot of LeBron James and his band of merry men, lost a chance, no matter ...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about 4 years ago 561 reads 2 comments

  10. The 34 Best Theme Songs In WWF/WWE/WCW/ECW History (Part 2)

    Part two begins very quickly with: 16: Break The Walls Down-RA The Rugged Man (Chris Jericho, WWF, WWF Aggression) Yes, this is the last time I will torture you with an appearance from WWF Aggression...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about 4 years ago 13,754 reads 16 comments

  11. The 34 Best Themes In WWE/WWF/WCW/ECW History (Part 1)

    This article was inspired by an argument that I wasn't involved in. In that argument, the bone of contention was that the only good thing about current WWE Intercontinental Champion Drew McIntyre was his admittedly excellent theme song...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about 4 years ago 3,839 reads 5 comments

  12. Greg Olson's Fall

    "All tight ends, their first responsibility, they have to put their hand down on the line of scrimmage and be a successful blocker, and then they move to receiving...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 681 reads 2 comments

  13. Why the Chicago Bulls Should Skip This Year's NBA Playoffs

    I'm a Bulls fan, right? Grew up with Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen, and others looming large over Chicago sports...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 378 reads 1 comments

  14. Cubbie Blew: The 2009-2010 Chicago Cubs

    Last year, the Chicago Cubs won 83 games. In the early to mid-'90s that would have been acceptable, and probably even laudatory. However, in 2009, the Chicago Cubs were coming off seasons of 85 and 97 wins, respectively...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 261 reads 0 comments

  15. 10 NBA Players Who Should Have Gotten a Better Chance

    In this picture is the number 10 overall pick in the 2004 NBA Draft, Luke Jackson. When you pick a top ten player, you assure this player of top ten playing time. But, sometimes that doesn't happen...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 2,952 reads 21 comments

  16. No Money, No Leadership, No Hope: What Do You Do? An Article For the Fans

    We all hate the New York Yankees. And it's not only because they're killing competitive balance in baseball (that's a joke, people) but because they always, always have money to spend on the best free agents...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  17. L.A. Story Part 2: The L.A.Clippers.

    "I try to make it through my life. In my way, there's you." -Apocalyptica "I Don't Care." The Los Angeles Clippers may have been the saddest franchise in professional sports at one time. (And still might be...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 125 reads 0 comments

  18. L.A. Story, Part 1: The Lakers

    The man in this picture is, quite possibly, the player that I dislike most in the NBA. And I don't mean to undersell my disdain for Stephen Jackson, Ron Artest, or Rajon Rondo...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 238 reads 0 comments

  19. Minnesota Gophers Football: Following Up On an Article—A Response.

    Over at gopherhole.com, I've read with interest the responses to an article I wrote that I apologized for long ago. I'm done apologizing about it. Now it's time to come out swinging. Firstly, I admitted from the beginning I am not from here...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 138 reads 4 comments

  20. Could This Be It? The Chicago Bears Hiring of Mike Martz

    Greg Olson might be the most disappointed member of the Chicago Bears with the hiring of Mike Martz. Or could the most disappointed be Earl Bennett? Or Devin Aromashadu? Or Johnny Knox...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 629 reads 30 comments

  21. Dropping The Hammer: Super Bowl XLIV

    One of the original Playstation's top games, and one of the top 100 games of all time, was a game, a car combat game to be exact, called Twisted Metal 2. This is a game where some of my greatest moments have ever happened, but that's another story...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 44 reads 0 comments

  22. 2010 Signing Day: The Ripple Effect of the Minnesota Golden Gophers

    So, here's the scene, as told both on ESPN and through flashbacks on local stations. The top recruit in the country, Seantrel Henderson, LT from Cretin-Derham Hall H.S., walks into a locker room...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 701 reads 10 comments

  23. Minnesota Vikings: The Purple Plague

    This article is not an excoriation of the Minnesota Vikings. This article is an expression of disappointment in the Minnesota Vikings' fans. First, a brief aside on the game. The Saints were beaten, but won...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 772 reads 12 comments

  24. It's NFL Playoff Football!

    A hearty congratulations goes out to the Minnesota Vikings, the New Orleans Saints, the Indianapolis Colts, and the San Diego Chargers. They all played excellent games and set up the matchups that...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 242 reads 2 comments

  25. Seeing Red at The Orange and Blue

    Once again, I cannot hear The Score 670, my hometown station, live. Hearing that the Bears did their end of the season press conference from a friend, I asked him what they said. His response was "listen for yourself...

    Antwan Fields Written by Antwan Fields about over 4 years ago 443 reads 9 comments