1. An Open Letter to Major League Baseball Fans

    Performance-enhancing drugs have, in a sense, destroyed the game of baseball forever. Gone are the days when a player could play 2,632 consecutive games and go unquestioned...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about over 2 years ago 183 reads 0 comments

  2. April in Review: What It Means for the Remainder of the Season in San Diego

    If one could discern anything from the first month of the season for the San Diego Padres , it would be that they have a long season ahead of them. They finished April with a record of 7-17, the worst in the National League...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about almost 3 years ago 1,240 reads 3 comments

  3. Spring Training San Diego Padres: Who Tore Up Peoria?

    The San Diego Padres will break camp in a few days, and leave their temporary home of Peoria, Arizona , for their permanent home in America's Finest City. The 2012 season for San Diego looms large with doubt and expectations...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about 3 years ago 1,667 reads 0 comments

  4. UCLA Bruins Basketball and Their Next Destination: The Sweet 16

    Much like Notre Dame football, UCLA basketball is as storied a tradition one can find in college sports. Eleven national championship banners hang from the rafters in Pauley Pavilion...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about 3 years ago 804 reads 0 comments

  5. San Diego Padres: 7 Reasons They Will Win the NL West in 2012

    At the beginning of every season, the standings are fresh and the teams are ready. Every team has a chance to win—except maybe the Orioles —and the teams that capitalize on opportunities are the teams ahead in the standings by years' end...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about 3 years ago 2,432 reads 8 comments

  6. UCLA Football Hopes to Shift Gears Against Arizona State

    When Rick Neuheisel took the head coaching job at UCLA, he took in a program in dire need of a jump start. What was once a storied football team had diminished into an underachieving and lackluster group that never saw January...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about over 3 years ago 404 reads 2 comments