No one really knows who we are, where we are from or what we do. Just that we have a lot of time on our hands, a computer of some type and have been known to drunkenly tell Yankees fans to get out of Fenway Park. That should be enough for now. Oh, and F@#$ Alex Rodriguez

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  • Randy Lutz posted 2884 days ago

    Randy Lutz

    With the breaking news of Ortiz's positive test, I'm following up the article I wrote in May predicting this. Check it out if you get a chance...



  • Dave Mundy posted 2889 days ago

    Dave Mundy

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    Patrick Cwiklinski

    Hey I wrote an article about my take on the Erin Andrews video scandal. Take a look when you get a minute. Thanks.


  • Keith Schlosser posted 2901 days ago

    Keith Schlosser

    Pedro Martinez's activity during All-Star week has not been the type I would have once predicted. What about you?

  • Mike Kent posted 2901 days ago

    Mike  Kent

    What is with the water in Chesapeake Virginia?

    They have lots of Great athletes.

  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 2902 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury


    After the great success of my first article about the uniform numbers 1-10, I have come back with the next installment, with the best players to wear the uniform numbers 11-20. I hope you can take a look and even comment on my choices. Thanks in advance!

    - Matthew Falkenbury

  • Matthew Falkenbury posted 2922 days ago

    Matthew Falkenbury


    I just came up with the list of the best current Major Leaguers wearing the numbers One thru Ten. I hope you can take a look and voice your opinion on my list. Thanks in advance,

    - Matthew Falkenbury

  • Akash A posted 2935 days ago

    Akash A

    I thought you might like this article on the Red Sox' All-Time Team. I would love to hear your opinion!

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  • Stephen Meyer posted 2971 days ago

    Stephen  Meyer


    Lou Gehrig has somehow been forgotten amongst the game’s immortals, even though he was possibly even more of a reason for the success of Ruth’s 1927 Yankees. Read about the quiet, forgotten leader of “Murderer’s Row,” Henry Lou Gehrig.

    Thanks in advance!

    -Stephen (Heartbeat of the Bronx)

  • Paul Swaney posted 2971 days ago

    Paul Swaney

    I have found over the past month or so that I write best when I allow my heart to lead my head. Please check out my latest, I would be interested in any feedback you may have, or even anyone who would make your team. Thanks