The decline of offense, and scoring, in the MLB since the end of the steroid era has been something that has been a topic of discussion for a while now. … Continue Reading MLB offensive decline is due to pitching, not more home runs
The Seattle Rock n’ Roll marathon and half marathon was on Saturday, June 21st; and one of the participants was some guy who happens to be the managing editor at … Continue Reading Listen to the Sports with Neil podcast interview of Jeff Nusser
Endy Chavez was first called up from the minors in 2001. He has since spent the entirety of his 14-year career bouncing the minors and the majors. The 2014 season … Continue Reading A quick look at Endy Chavez’s MLB performance in 2014
The United States men’s soccer team lost to the German national team 0-1 in the final match of group play, but is going to advance to the round of 16 … Continue Reading US soccer loses 0-1 to Germany, but advances anyway
The United State’s men soccer team dominated Portugal throughout heir match during group play. But a goal in the 95th minute cost the American team three points, and means that the … Continue Reading Portugal’s late goal forces a 2-2 draw, USA soccer needs a draw to advance
This entry is more or less going to be a personal rant rather than one about the facts. The facts are that the San Antonio Spurs won their fifth NBA Title and avenged … Continue Reading NBA Playoff Post #4: History is written by the Victors!
Ever since April 23rd the Seattle Mariners have been on a roll. They have won 8 of their last 10 games, and are 1/2 of a game behind the LA Angels … Continue Reading Mariner Diaries #5: Well you don’t see this every year
I do apologize for the long wait everyone, but here we are. Welcome to the 2014 NBA Finals! This is a rematch from last year when the San Antonio Spurs … Continue Reading NBA Playoff Post #3: 2014 NBA Finals Preview