Opioids in Sports: An Increasing and Disturbing Trend

It is becoming more common.  And more alarming.  Just a couple days ago it was announced in the autopsy reports for Tyler Skaggs that the opioids, fentanyl, and oxycodone, along with alcohol, were in his system at the time of his death on July 1 when the Los Angeles Angels were in Arlington to play … Continue reading Opioids in Sports: An Increasing and Disturbing Trend

From David to Goliath, the St. Louis Blues Hoist Their First-Ever Stanley Cup

An electric atmosphere set the tone for Game 7 following a rousing rendition of the national anthem from Todd Angilly and the Boston Bruins matched that energy to start this one. The Bruins came out firing on all cylinders early in the first period. They were getting pucks on net and even got an early … Continue reading From David to Goliath, the St. Louis Blues Hoist Their First-Ever Stanley Cup

Weekend Preview(April 13-14th)

The Masters(all-day, Saturday and Sunday on CBS) This will be a very intriguing cut and a must-watch for the weekend as Adam Scott, Jason Day, Brooks Koepka, Dustin Johnson, Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, and Rickie Fowler are all within four shots of each other for the lead. You can watch both the third and fourth … Continue reading Weekend Preview(April 13-14th)

Does winning carry any weight in sports anymore?

After Mike Trout just signed the largest contract in professional sports history at 12-years, $430 million, I have to ask myself if trying to win a championship even matters anymore as long as you are a great player. Mike Trout has only made the playoffs once with the Los Angeles Angels in which they were … Continue reading Does winning carry any weight in sports anymore?