I’m ready to roll with Charlie Morton. Ready to hand him the ball in this pennant race in a game of profound significance.
If this is the end, Mr. Plaxico Burress, thanks. Thanks for always being a story.
No one internally is going to say it, nor should they.
Inhale this. All of it. Stop all the worry, halt the projections and cease all forms of the what-if game.
It’s good to be king. In the case of Chris Davis, it also comes with a ton of speculation.
It’s all going to come out now. Check that — it’s already starting to come out.
Dan Bylsma must be terminated. No way around it.
Jarome Iginla was supposed to play the part of Raymond Borque in this Stanley Cup passion play.
Careful what you wish for, Steelers fans.
Jamie Dixon shouldn’t be fired for losing to Wichita State on Thursday. Anyone who suggests so has a couple screws loose. Know what else shouldn’t happen?
Go West, young man. Or East. Heck, North or South will do. Just go anywhere you can, Andy Toole — and do it now.
James Harrison is out of a job. And the Steelers are better for it. James Harrison played for the Steelers for a decade. And the Steelers are better for it.
The Pirates’ clear cut and exclusive objective in this 2013 season should be to win more games than they lose. That’s it. Finish above .500.
This past weekend, an annual tradition took place in my home — a few weeks after the Super Bowl, a point is always made to re-watch the telecast. This year, it included the power outage, which is atypical, and the commercials, which sometimes are a part of my own personal second viewing.
Seemingly anyone with the deepest of interest or even a tepid curiosity in the National Hockey League stands on one side or the other about one of the game’s major issues: Should there be fighting in hockey?