Tony Gwynn Death Reignites Dipping Debate

Tony Gwynn Death Reignites Dipping Debate

In the wake of the death of Padres legend, Tony Gwynn, a recent article published in Forbes Magazine raised the question on whether or not chewing tobacco will be banned by Major League Baseball. Gwynn, whom attributed his cheek cancer to his 20 years of using smokeless tobacco, died on Monday morning. While emotions run […]

LeBron James Crossroads Leading Back to Cleveland

LeBron James Crossroads Leading Back to Cleveland

It has been nearly four years since LeBron James’ free agency turned into the spectacle known as “The Decision.” Everyone knows what happened following the over-the-top announcement; James headed south to Miami, and was joined by star players, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh. Together, the “Big Three” went on to four straight NBA Finals appearances, […]

Pete Rose Still MLB Enemy Number One

Pete Rose Still MLB Enemy Number One

It has been 25 years since Pete Rose, the MLB record holder for most hits,4,256, games played, 3,562 and at-bats, 14,053 was banned from the game of baseball. In that timeframe, the game itself has been marred by steroids, drug use, pine tar, corked bats, spitballs, Vaseline balls, cut balls, and yet, out of all […]