1. A Farewell To Robin Roberts, a Truly Legendary Person

    This is going to be my one of final articles here on Bleacher Report. I can honestly say that I enjoyed writing on this site. Now, I could write something narcissistic about how Bleacher Report has changed my life...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 4 years ago 408 reads 1 comments

  2. Welcome To The Show 2010: A Preview Of Sony's MLB10: The Show

    As winter winds down, we find ourselves in an in between time in sports. College football is finished. The NFL is winding down. The NBA, NHL, and college basketball are approaching their respective halfway points...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about almost 5 years ago 44,384 reads 4 comments

  3. Mac Attack's Top Five: Baseball Video Games

    Trying something out of the ordinary here. I believe that a decent sized number of writers here on Bleacher Report fit the video game player demographic. And a good chunk of the Baseball writers on here fit right into that demographic...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 6,851 reads 12 comments

  4. The Good, the Bad, and the Plain Ol' Tacky of Baseball Uniforms

    Seeing how I have only been alive for 19 years, I have many a change in Baseball uniform. The Phillies Alternate Home Day Game Uniform, The Tampa Bay [Devil] Rays name and color change...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 1,960 reads 10 comments

  5. Livin' The Dream: The Very First Bleacher Report Commercial

    I wonder what a Bleacher Report commercial would look like if Zander and the head honchos at B/R decided to make one. I wonder what it would look like if Billy Mays was presenting it...hmm.....

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 150 reads 6 comments

  6. For Dionte Christmas, Santa Didn't Show at the NBA Draft

    I guess to be drafted by a professional team in any sport (football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey, etc.) is like Christmas morning. So for those 60 players drafted in last night's NBA Draft, it must've been like Christmas morning...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 2,786 reads 7 comments

  7. Baseball Excluded From 2012 Olympics: Discuss This, Not Favre, ESPN

    Dear talking head, celebrity sports gossip, TMZ/MTV-like sports people at ESPN, I have a suggestion to make: Please stop talking about Brett Farve during baseball season. It's starting to get on my, and everyone else's, nerves...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 392 reads 6 comments

  8. Revisiting Nick Adenhart Two Months Later

    Roughly two months ago, Nick Adenhart had his very first start of the 2009 season. In six innings of work, Adenhart pitched masterfully, throwing six shutout innings...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 435 reads 7 comments

  9. Mac Attack: Welcome to the Show(case) Edition

    Welcome back to the Mac Attack, it has been a while hasn't it? But guess, what? I am back again to host a party that never ends. Phillies party that this. We have a lot to catch up on...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 99 reads 6 comments

  10. Is 300 Wins Truly an Impossible Feat?

    Why is it that 300 wins for a pitcher is a seemly impossible feat to achieve? Could it be that the style of pitching has changed? Is that pitchers just are not pitching as long as they used to? I don't know...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 477 reads 5 comments

  11. A Happ[ening] Phillies Report: Park, Happ, and the Farm

    This is probably old news by now but... if you have not heard by now, the Philadelphia Phillies have removed Chan Ho Park from the rotation in favor of J.A. Happ. I usually like to stay away from puns in the title, but this pun says it all...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  12. The Voice of Baseball: A Generation of Funny Quotes (Volume One)

    The Voice Of Baseball: A Generation Of Quotes and Soundbites, Volume 1 Baseball generally is a silent sport. Unless you are a fan in the stands, the game is usually silent...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 1,361 reads 0 comments

  13. A Guide to Surviving Baseball's Steroid Era (Satire)

    Performing Enhancing Drugs, steroids, HGH, hGC, geez oh man. What is baseball coming to these days? Why is it that players need these things to play better? Well I am not here to answer those questions...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 530 reads 12 comments

  14. Rain Delay or Rainout You Say? No Problem, We Will Just Play Through

    For baseball players the worst possible thing, other than a season ending injury, that can happen is: rain. I actually like the rain though, there is something calming about it. Also, it is how I got my first win as a pitcher and girlfriend...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 235 reads 0 comments

  15. Temple's Baseball Program Keeps Rolling Along: April Update

    The last time I wrote something about Temple's Division I baseball program was back on March 28 on this year. Time to catch up with the gang from Ambler, PA. When I last checked, the Owls they were in first place in the Atlantic 10...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 258 reads 3 comments

  16. Spoof: "National League Eastern Division Idol", April Round

    I'm going to try some new kind of humor. A combination of "So You think You Can Dance" and "American Idol" combined with the National League East of Major League Baseball. A parody if you will, starring the five teams of the National League East...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 70 reads 8 comments

  17. An Introspective and Humorous Look at Cole Hamels: Part Deux

    ...And now we return to our regularly scheduled broadcast. Yes, welcome back to part two of my two-part introspective look at Cole Hamels...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 695 reads 4 comments

  18. An Introspective and Humorous Look at Cole Hamels: Part One

    So who is Cole Hamels? Well, Wikipedia defines Cole Hamels as "a left-handed starting pitcher who plays for the Philadelphia Phillies of Major League Baseball." Yeah, but who is the real Colbert Michael Hamels? Hamels is really 100 feet tall...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 295 reads 13 comments

  19. Welcome to the Farm: Meet Phillies' Top Prospect Jason Donald

    I would first off like to thank Giants27for the idea. I am a big believer in Intellectual Property (IP for short). Here is his article. I will give credit were credit is due...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 293 reads 6 comments

  20. On The Rocky Mountain Way: A Recap Of The Phillies First Week

    I would have written this article earlier if I had not heard the sad news. Sad news everyone. The legendary, Hall of Fame broadcaster, Harry Kalas; THE voice of the Phillies has passed away...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 50 reads 0 comments

  21. Philadelphia to God: Why?

    Okay, this just might be my most controversial article yet. By no means is this article representative of the views of those here on Bleacher Report. Only me. So with that out of the way, here goes...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 264 reads 11 comments

  22. Recapping the First Home Stand, Plus Preview of Rockies-Phillies

    With the 2009 Regular Season well underway, the Philadelphia Phillies look to rebound after losing their first home-stand of the regular season to the Atlanta Braves...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  23. Phillies-Braves: A First Hand Look at the Icy Winds of April

    Last night (April 7) I was down at Citizens Bank Park for the second Philadelphia Phillies game of the season. It was a cold one...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 126 reads 0 comments

  24. Recapping What Was: Philadelphia Felled By Revamped Braves Team

    The Philadelphia Phillies' quest to repeat as world champions in 2009 started off rough. I will recap what each team did: on the mound, in the box, next games, records, and standings. Atlanta Braves 4, Philadelphia Phillies 1...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 91 reads 3 comments

  25. Can You Believe It?: The First Phillies Casualty at Citi Field

    With new stadiums come the firsts. The first strikeout thrown, the first strikeout victim hurt, the first home run hit, and the first win, loss, and save completed. We can add a new one to that list, first Phillies fan thrown out...

    B Mac Written by B Mac about over 5 years ago 242 reads 19 comments