This serves as the second post in my third season of a series called “Down on the Farm” that chronicles visits to various minor league parks throughout the 2013 campaign. (All prior editions can be accessed here.) It’s hard to fathom that the beautiful city of Corpus Christi, Texas didn’t have professional baseball until the past decade. But [...]
Duke Backs Into #1 Ranking in Coaches Poll … Will They Back Into Another Undeserved Top Seed Come March?
As 2012 closes, the general who commanded the U.S.-led coalition that liberated Kuwait and the Persian Gulf from Saddam Hussein’s wrath, died Thursday night at age 78. Norman Schwarkopf was considered bigger than life, yet could also relate to young soldiers, serving him well during highly successful Operation Desert Storm operations early in 1991. During the war, Schwarzkopf implemented the idea of The [...]
The first day of December witnessed good college football and basketball, but will be most remembered for tragedy in the morning and evening. After learning that Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend then himself, we were informed legendary college basketball coach Rick Majerus had died of heart failure in Los Angeles.