Monthly Archives: July 2015

Trust Theo

The 2015 Major League Baseball season is underway, and the Chicago Cubs are looking to become the top dogs in the National League with a relatively young squad. When looking at the roster during Spring Training, alot of people would say that the most exciting part heading into this season would be Kris Bryant coming up to the majors. Kris

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Introduction of the Pitch Clock

Recently, I was watching an episode of the ever popular sports news program SportsCenter, and baseball broadcaster Tim Kurkjian brought up the idea of a “pitch clock” that could be implemented into Major League Baseball games in the not so distant future. This “pitch clock” would basically serve sort of like a shot clock in basketball where the pitcher has

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Sensitivity Kills Traditions

Every sports team has a tradition that fans love. Whether it’s the Running Sausages at Miller Park for the Milwaukee Brewers, singing “Go Cubs Go” after each Chicago Cubs win, and everything in between; traditions are one of the many things that we enjoy about our favorite sports. But, some people are not very fond of particular traditions out there,

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