1. Mariano Rivera: Are the Yankees Doomed to Fail This Season?

    With Mariano Rivera out for the season, as it stands today, the Yankees will not win the World Series . They can't. They simply do not have the pieces a championship caliber team requires to win it all...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 2 years ago 194 reads 0 comments

  2. Wayne Rooney's Bicycle Kick Goal Wasn't THAT Great, ESPN!

    Yo, ESPN! I got a problem with some of the lies you been spreadin! So when was it, a million years ago that Manchester United played Man City, why am I still hearing about this stupid Rooney goal? Yeah, it was impressive...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about almost 4 years ago 2,439 reads 19 comments

  3. NBA: ESPN, Let's Set the Record Straight on the Players Collusion

    Yo, ESPN! I got a problem with some of the lies you been spreadin’! In the wake of the trade deadline that saw two of the league's most talented young stars go from small ...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about almost 4 years ago 758 reads 1 comments

  4. Super Bowl 2011: Rodgers vs. Roethlisberger Matchup Straight Out of the '80s

    I don’t know Ben Roethlisberger personally, but from everything I hear he's not the greatest guy in the world...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about almost 4 years ago 577 reads 14 comments

  5. In Need of a Savior: Should The Yankees Call Up Jesus Montero?

    Yes, yes they should. That's the answer to the headline. If you got it right, good for you. If you are actually dumb enough to have disagreed with me, just stop reading now because ...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 4 years ago 379 reads 7 comments

  6. Bustin' the Cap: Why a Salary Cap Would Do Nothing for Baseball

    It has been brought up countless times, By owners and fans alike, "The MLB needs a salary cap." Every year the argument is renewed, and with five of the eight teams that made the playoffs ...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about 5 years ago 4,036 reads 33 comments

  7. That's Not the Spirit: Red Sox Sleepwalking Into Playoffs

    The Boston Red Sox are going to make the playoffs. They are only one game away from clinching the wild card with five left to play. So you don't need to worry about telling the Red Sox not to panic...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about 5 years ago 163 reads 2 comments

  8. Idol Worship: Why The Media (and America) Loves Derek Jeter

    Unless you spent your Labor Day weekend in Antarctica or some other place that Sports Center doesn't yet broadcast, you may have noticed that Derek Jeter is about to pass Lou Gehrig on the New ...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 743 reads 17 comments

  9. Papi Christ: How David Ortiz could be the Savior...for New York

    Last night, David Ortiz came to the plate at Fenway Park and did something he had only done twice before in this season: He hit a home run. All of Boston roared and showed their unwavering support for their latest baseball hero...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 32 reads 42 comments

  10. Omega Man: Randy Johnson and The 300 Wins Club

    On Wednesday, May 27, 2009 Randy Johnson will attempt to attain his 299th victory, bringing him within one game of 300. He would be the 24th pitcher of all time to reach such a milestone...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 424 reads 32 comments

  11. Beantown Beatdown: The Worst Week in The History of Boston Sports

    It is Thursday night. I'm sitting on the edge of my seat, for professional hockey. I can't say with certainty that I've ever watched a NHL game with any real emotional investment since the lockout ...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 601 reads 31 comments

  12. Athletes Are Low Down, Dirty, Rotten Cheaters...Now Get Over It!

    It seems today that whenever someone is caught being dishonest in the sporting world a black hole is going to open up and consume the entire planet.  Small children cry.  Old men shout.  Young women shake their heads...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 277 reads 24 comments

  13. How To Be Cool: A Letter to Alex Rodriguez

    Hey A-Rod, As a lifelong fan of the New York Yankees, I'd like to welcome you back to the team. We've missed your bat, your presence in the line up, and most of all: your ability to distract the media...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 336 reads 21 comments

  14. Carl Crawford Steals Six Bases, Tells Dexter Fowler to "Suck It"

    "When I saw everyone going crazy about [Dexter] Fowler last week just because he stole five bases in one game I thought, 'Pshh, these people better recognize!' So now I showed them what's up...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 284 reads 9 comments

  15. Roid Rage: One Fan's Perspective

    Bud Selig is a very proud man. Proud of how far the game has come in the past few years. Proud of how good a job he’s done cleaning up the game...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 161 reads 25 comments

  16. Top 10 Baseball Game Faux Pas

    Ah, yes. Spring is finally here and the baseball season is in full swing. Some of you reading this have no doubt already attended your first game of the year and many more of you are still ...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 1,029 reads 22 comments

  17. Yankees Go Mad with Price Cuts

    Take a look at that picture. Now, I'd like to say first that it is a little deceptive. This picture was taken late during the horrendous 4-22 loss to the Indians, and I can tell because I was at that game...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 80 reads 5 comments

  18. New York Yankees in a World of Hurt: Cody Ransom and Brian Bruney on DL

    It may be early, but it wouldn't be baseball season if the Yankees weren't in chaos. That is what it looks like, at least...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 81 reads 8 comments

  19. Wang To DL, Hughes Likely to Pitch Tuesday

    It's official. According to their official web site, the Yankees placed Chien-Ming Wang on the DL after the crushing 5-4 extra-inning defeat to the Red Sox last night for weakness in Wang's adductor muscles in both hips...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 50 reads 0 comments

  20. The 10 Greatest Sports Films of All Time

    What are the two greatest things you can watch from own home? Sports and movies about sports. Many hold a special place in all our hearts, but as we all know, for some things it is simply not enough to say "they were great"...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 631 reads 5 comments

  21. U.S.A's Great Dilemma With The Beautiful Game

    I love soccer. Ever since the World Cup in 2006 I have been in hooked on the Beautiful Game. It is by far the most popular sport played at any level on earth...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 85 reads 1 comments

  22. Roid Rage: One Fan's Perspective

    Bud Selig is a very proud man. Proud of how far the game has come in the past few years. Proud of how good a job he’s done of cleaning up the game...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 58 reads 0 comments

  23. Jim Brown: The Undisputed Greatest

    There are a few things that infuriate me more than when other sports fans deny that a legendary athlete is truly the undisputed pinnacle of his sport...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 3,235 reads 0 comments

  24. The New Yankee Stadium: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly, and The Majestic

    Tomorrow it all begins. For many Yankee fans it will be the coronation of the new Cathedral of Baseball. The New Yankee Stadium opens its doors for the first official baseball game in its history...

    Kevin H. MacLean Written by Kevin H. MacLean about over 5 years ago 931 reads 5 comments