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Poor Doc Gooden Just Can’t Kick the Habit

Wednesday, March 24th, 2010

BREAKING NEWS: Doc Gooden, former pitching prodigy of the New York Mets whose career was derailed by injury and substance abuse, is still, apparently, abusing said substances. OK, so, not really breaking in terms of yeah, we know he has drug problems. More like, wow, really? Again? The latest faux pas is ...

Jim Sorgi Must Like Himself Some Manning

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

Few outside Indianapolis or the greater metropolitan area probably know who Jim Sorgi is or what he's done for the last six seasons. The reason is simple: Sorgi has been backup to Peyton Manning, which means he's done little other than hold a clip board, run the scout team and perhaps ...

Fear Not Twins Fans, Losing Nathan Isn’t So Bad

Tuesday, March 9th, 2010

So it sounds like Joe Nathan, one of the elite closers in baseball, is heading toward the inevitable Tommy John surgery after suffering a "significant tear" in his throwing elbow. It's never good when you lose a guy who has had no less than 36 saves and no worse than a ...

So, Yeah, Canada is Still Good at Hockey

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

Did everyone see that Wednesday night? Seriously, did you see how Canada completely dismantled a very talented group of Russian hockey players? At some point during Canada's 7-3 win, did you ever think what the score would have been against Team USA if the Canadians played with the same mix of ...

Celski Goes From Bleeding Out to Bronze

Sunday, February 14th, 2010

Let's start with this: Apolo Anton Ohno's quest to become the most decorated U.S. Winter Olympian ever is a pretty fantastic story. Ohno came one step closer late Saturday with a silver medal in the 1500 meter short-track event, which brought him into a tie with Bonnie Blair for six total ...

Foppa Finds Spot on Team Sweden

Tuesday, December 29th, 2009

If there's one thing we're looking forward to around here it's the upcoming Winter Olympics in Vancouver. It is going to be sweet. The luge. Curling. Bobsled. Ahhh the frigid good times. One of the best parts is the hockey tournament. Lots of nationalism and what not. Team USA as the ...

This is Why Peyton Manning Owns Indy

Monday, December 28th, 2009

Indiana is a basketball proud state. There's a lot of tradition around between high school basketball and IU's multiple national championships. Purdue has been impressive at times in the past and now has the most impressive college basketball program in the state. Butler is very good. Even Notre Dame has its ...