1. Mark McGwire: Welcome Back

    As the season's cycle, so does MLB. During spring, summer and fall we are provided with a full gamut of news, events and games themselves to keep us satiated: from pitchers and catchers reporting ...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 4 years ago 143 reads 0 comments

  2. A History of Dallas: The Story of Jones and His Generals

    From the Book of Dallas, the Story of Jerry Jones: The reign of Jerry Jones in the Kingdom of Dallas has been filled with tales of many triumphs and tragedies, setbacks, and successes...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 4 years ago 176 reads 2 comments

  3. Spitting Man Rallies The Cowboys Fan Base

    There is no love lost between Philadelphia Eagles fans and Dallas Cowboy fans. For decades, beginning in the old three divisional NFC structure, the Cowboys and Eagles played each other twice a year in the NFC East...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 4 years ago 289 reads 2 comments

  4. Why the Cowboys Lose in Week 17, and the Future of Wade Phillips

    The Cowboys do have a chance to win on Sunday, but I don’t like the matchup against the explosive Eagles. Here is why the Eagles will win...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 4 years ago 212 reads 3 comments

  5. Winning Cures All Ills – Sort Of. OR Hope for America's Team

    I woke up the day after a Cowboy game feeling good for a change; probably for the first time in a month. Not only had the Cowboys won in December, and put to rest the December Doldrums “at ...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about almost 5 years ago 71 reads 2 comments

  6. It's Not Just About Wade Phillips: A History Lesson

    While driving home from work recently it was debated on talking head radio whether or not Wade Phillips’ position as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys was safe...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about almost 5 years ago 109 reads 7 comments

  7. Hines Ward on Big Ben: It's All About a Changed Football Philosophy

    Overnight the NFL has evolved. It has gone from a league where you man up and go ahead and suit up if you are only dinged up (not injured), to a league in which you inform your team physician, ...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about almost 5 years ago 291 reads 2 comments

  8. Look Out Hollywood: Bills Cut Owens (Humor)

    (All quotes in this article are fictional) Buffalo, New York. Citing finance restructuring as the main reason, and this now being touted as a rebuilding year due to the poor start, ...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about almost 5 years ago 159 reads 0 comments

  9. Chicago Cubs: Talk of the Curse….Begins Now

    The truth is out there—if you want to believe (cue cheesy X-Files music). For all you fans of the Lovable Losers, you can mark July 5, 2008 on your calendar as the Day the Curse Returned...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about 6 years ago 425 reads 3 comments

  10. Los Angeles Angels: Impressive Streak by Vlad Guerrero

    Major League Baseball’s most unlikely streak silently came to an end, yesterday among little fanfare, publicity, or hoopla...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 892 reads 0 comments

  11. St. Louis Cardinals: Does Tony LaRussa Like the Underdog Label?

    As Spring Training begins to wind down in MLB, these last few weeks in Jupiter, FL have given the Cardinal faithful a reason to have hope in the upcoming season...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 611 reads 0 comments

  12. What Will Kyle Lohse Give to the St. Louis Cardinals?

    According to the AP, on Thursday, March 13th, the St Louis Cardinals signed journeyman right-hander, 29-year-old Kyle Lohse to a one-year, $4.25 million deal, pending passing of a team physical examination...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 1,140 reads 1 comments

  13. Sports News Is Hard to Find in Hard Copy

    As much as I appreciate the speed of which news and information is published today, I find there I times I pine for the old days, when much of what you learned about the start of each season was assembled and published in printed form...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 975 reads 1 comments

  14. Should Albert Pujols have Tommy John Surgery Now?

    On March 6, the St Louis Cardinals announced that All-Star first baseman Albert Pujols will forego having a ligament on his right elbow replaced, or what is commonly referred to as “Tommy John” surgery...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 990 reads 7 comments

  15. Yankees Factoid: 50 Minutes of My Life I Will Never Get Back

    For starters, let me apologize for the time it is going to take you to read this. I say this because it took me about 20 minutes to compile research and then another 30 minutes to type up something ...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 764 reads 3 comments

  16. Worries Abound Around the St Louis Cardinals

    The release of utility player Scott Spezio on February 27th for charges stemming from an alcohol related hit and run back in December is, by itself, not an indication of a team with problems...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 73 reads 1 comments

  17. MLB Steroid Era: Fans Partially to Blame

    I am so tired of all the talk of HGH and steroid use in MLB over the last three years, and I can't help but blame the media for most of the hubbub. I'd really like some closure so we can all get excited about spring training...

    Steve Hartline Written by Steve Hartline about over 6 years ago 583 reads 3 comments