Wooden’s legend and legacy will always be alive on the UCLA campus
This week’s Haterade theme is all about egos. Athletes have them, and that comes as no surprise. These grown men are paid millions of dollars to catch, dunk and hit balls all day long. Fans rave over them, request autographs, buy jerseys, and feed their need for attention and fame with every breath. So it comes as no surprise when these highly paid, Prima Donna’s start getting their egos hurt.
The regional tournaments kick off this weekend as each of the top seeds hosts their own 4 team tournament. After this weekend, the field will be down to 16, where again, the top seeds host the Super Regional.
Yeah, that’s right, you heard me correctly. Instant replay would not have saved Armando Galarraga’s Perfect Game! Umpires are human, they all make mistakes, every single game balls are called strikes and vice versa. Phantom tags are recorded as outs and yes, even perfectly clear force outs sometimes go unnoticed.
Throwing a perfect game still depends on too many external factors, no matter how great of a pitcher you are.
Welcome to the first edition of the Haterade Cooler, a look back at the idiot athletes who made sports headlines
As I sit here watching game 5 of the western conference finals between the suns Suns and the Lakers, I
Every athlete is associated with a number. It’s almost like their personal branding and so many athletes see it as
There is a lot that one could keep track of during the course of a baseball game, but hopefully these basics can get you started on accurately keeping a baseball scorebook. As you get more experience, you can come up with your own twists and easy ways to keep track of the game’s events. Eventually you will be able to look at a baseball scorebook and know exactly what happened during the course of the game. You can visualize every hit, every strikeout and every putout – just like you were there.
I feel like I could probably make Brett Favre his own category for the months leading up to the start