1. B/R's Project 99: The Man Who Led The Packer Sweep, #64 Jerry Kramer

    Choosing the best player to wear the uniform number 64 was an easy task. There are no dilemmas as you might have with the number 8 (Aikman, Young or Ripken?) or with the number 32 (Brown, Simpson or Koufax?)...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about over 4 years ago 219 reads 1 comments

  2. Sproles: It's Better To Know Him and Not Need Him Than Vice-Versa

    For years, the late George "King" Stahlman Jr. was a legendary local icon as a bail bondsman. His advertising slogan was an unforgettable reminder that you better know whom to call ...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about almost 5 years ago 111 reads 2 comments

  3. My First MLB Game in Person

    Thirty years ago, on July 28, 1979, my father played a very clever trick on me, one that I'll never forget. It was a typical muggy summer afternoon on a Saturday in Wichita, KS...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about almost 6 years ago 113 reads 0 comments

  4. Buehrle's Gem Puts Him in Very Exclusive Company

    Mark Buehrle’s recent perfect game is an accomplishment so rare that it needs to be put in the proper perspective. With the current 162-game schedule and 30-team configuration, there are a total of 2,430 games scheduled in a season...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 47 reads 3 comments

  5. Lou Gehrig: An Oasis In The Mannywood Desert

    This weekend the Dodgers are coming to San Diego for a three game series against the Padres. Many baseball fans are celebrating the return of Manny Ramirez from a 50 game suspension after testing positive for performance enhancing drugs...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 102 reads 5 comments

  6. Penguins-Red Wings: Pittsburgh Wins War of Attrition, Cup 2-1

    In the end, the Penguins had more energy Friday night. It allowed them to keep Detroit from getting into a rhythm offensively and get very many quality scoring chances...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 92 reads 0 comments

  7. Penguins-Red Wings: Pittsburgh Surges to Game Four Win Over Detroit

    There’s not much analysis that a writer can put into a game like this one. Pittsburgh simply outplayed Detroit en route to a 4-2 victory in game four of the Stanley Cup Finals, tying the series at two games each...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 81 reads 2 comments

  8. Pittsburgh's Game Three Win Is No Surprise

    It would have been a real surprise if Pittsburgh did not win game three of the Stanley Cup Finals. They were finally getting to play a Cup game at their rink, and they are too good of a team to go down 3-0 at all, let alone without a fight...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 188 reads 13 comments

  9. Red Wings-Penguins: No Sign of Exhaustion as Detroit Takes Finals Lead

    If the Red Wings are supposed to be exhausted after playing two days in a row this past weekend, then maybe they should never get any rest...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 40 reads 0 comments

  10. Red Wings-Penguins: Lesson From Game One? Clear The Puck

    There is no way that I could have felt one-tenth of the energy in tonight's first Stanley Cup Finals game between the Penguins and Red Wings...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 46 reads 0 comments

  11. The Five Most Important Plays For The Chargers in 2008

    In spite of an 8-8 record, the San Diego Chargers' 2008 season had its share of big plays. Some allowed the team to make it to the playoffs and reach the AFC Championship game in spite of a 4-8 start...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 70 reads 0 comments

  12. No Cakewalk For The Chargers in 2009

    The San Diego Chargers' 2009 season comes at a critical time for the team, for reasons both on and off the field. Some may feel that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than the team's so-called window of opportunity...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 222 reads 2 comments

  13. Questions I Would Ask Larry English

    The following is a list of 14 questions I would ask Larry English, the Chargers' first round draft pick for 2009: How does San Diego compare to the Chicagoland area? Did ...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 74 reads 0 comments

  14. How the 1994 San Diego Chargers Made a Fan Out of Me

    The 1994 San Diego Chargers were not loaded with talent on their roster. They made up for it with gutsy play and a never-say-die attitude that led to some dramatic wins...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about 5 years ago 337 reads 2 comments

  15. Detroit Red Wings: The Most Hated Team in Hockey?

    The Detroit Red Wings may never be more hated by non-Red Wings fans than they are now. The team that just won the Stanley Cup improved greatly with the unexpected signing of coveted forward Marian Hossa...

    Christopher Mohr Written by Christopher Mohr about almost 6 years ago 1,102 reads 5 comments