No one likes fun more than me. Well, maybe except Antonio Brown. Dance, dance, dance. Have your fun, go crazy and go wild — until it costs your team. That’s what happened, again, on Sunday […]
Some of you listen to my radio show.
With the Pirates and Russell Martin, it really might come down to the effort and not the result. If the effort is made — a fair and honest effort by the Pirates — I don’t […]
James Harrison is apparently coming back to the Steelers.
Clint Hurdle says a prayer each morning.
Everyone might not agree with me, but I don’t care one bit, so here it is: I resolutely believe Adrian Peterson is a terrible person; just a rotten human being.
I’m afraid, however, Rooney has found himself in a no-win situation; where there’s no way he can look good.
While Pedro Alvarez continues to deal with a foot injury, in his own opinion, he’s ready to play, but the Pirates seem to have a different opinion than him and that’s leading to a “tenuous” relationship between the two.
What a small man Ray Rice is. I already thought this, but think it even more this Monday morning after seeing a video posted by TMZ in which Rice, the Baltimore Ravens’ running back, is purportedly shown punching his then-fiancée (now wife) Janay Palmer in the face back in February in an Atlantic City casino elevator.
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice is currently serving a two-game suspension for a domestic violence incident with his wife.
There really is no Neil Walker autograph controversy.
If I’m Andrew McCutchen, that’s my stance — and a very hardline one — toward Major League Baseball as I sit and ponder some thoughts in the aftermath of what happened in St. Louis on Wednesday.
What’s all the fuss about? I mean, haven’t you ever seen someone naked before? Haven’t you ever seen two people naked before? Haven’t you ever seen a model in the nude — in a magazine […]
Pittsburgh has four major sports — football, baseball, hockey and complaining.
I like Ike – but not nearly as much as Pedro. Actually, it isn’t even close when measuring those gentlemen as baseball players.