1. MLB 2008: A Year in Review

    You read that right. Despite the terrible grammar, that guy is correct. The Tampa Bay Rays not only made the playoffs, but also won the AL East. That means for the first time in Derek Jeter's career, the Yankees did NOT make the playoffs...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 229 reads 0 comments

  2. Notre Dame-Purdue: Two Wrongs DO Make a Right

    I'm undecided upon whether the Irish winning in spite of themselves is a good thing. Two glaring problems with this offense were completely overcome this past weekend due to amazing play by Tate and Floyd...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 188 reads 2 comments

  3. Notre Dame Playing Roller Coaster Football in 2008

    It is what it is, folks. We're just going to have to adjust to the fact that this team can't play top quality football every week quite yet. But that's not the problem with Notre Dame football and its fans...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 395 reads 0 comments

  4. Notre Dame-Michigan.. On Second Thought..

    Let me first say one thing. Last week I ranted about the whole "Crank me up" thing going on. This week, on second thought, I'm in love with it...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 360 reads 0 comments

  5. ESPN, MLB Ruin Carlos Zambrano's No-Hitter

    The Chicago Cubs' baseball game against the Houston Astros on Sunday night, which was moved to Milwaukee due to Hurricane Ike, ended up being about as historical as it gets...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 1,811 reads 22 comments

  6. Open Mic: The Top Five Sports Figures Not Named Favre That Need To Retire

    I won't bore you with too much blather, let's just get right into this one. I hope you enjoy my honorable mention. 5) Barry Bonds/Roger Clemens I allow these two to split one spot because what they represent is so much more than just the individuals...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 135 reads 0 comments

  7. Why I Will Not Worry: A Chicago Cubs Fan's Refusal To Fall Into Old Habits

    The second half the season hasn't worked out quite as we planned has it? Dropping three of the first four out of the gates hurts. Both the St. Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Brewers are now just two games behind us...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 361 reads 12 comments

  8. Brewers Trade For Ray Durham; Will Cubs Fans Start To Worry?

    The Milwaukee Brewers reportedly traded for San Francisco second baseman, Ray Durham. Durham is a scary piece of the puzzle in a Brewers uniform...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 520 reads 9 comments

  9. Dominic DiAngi Released From Hospital After Foul Ball Injury at Wrigley Field

    The danger of sitting close to the field in baseball has never been more prevalent than on a Thursday afternoon in Chicago...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 935 reads 11 comments

  10. Yankees, Phillies Among MLB Teams Making Big Moves Thursday

    Thursday's league-wide day off wasn't a boring one for those paying attention. The New York Yankees got a much needed bat in Richie Sexson for Jim Edmonds type numbers. For less than $400,000 the Yankees get the recently released former Mariner...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 298 reads 2 comments

  11. NL Central Race, Rays Among Top Stories Heading Into the Second Half

    The second half of the 2008 Major League Baseball season starts Thursday and there are tons of stories out there worth following and here's a few of the best...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 6 years ago 236 reads 2 comments

  12. Rich Harden To the Chicago Cubs Is a Bigger Bargain Than You Think

    Rich Harden hasn't thrown a full season in the big leagues. The Cubs gave up too much for a health risk. These are just a couple of the complaints brought up after the semi-blockbuster ...

    Tony Bishop Written by Tony Bishop about almost 7 years ago 664 reads 7 comments