• The Dark Blight Of The Mets?

    There was a time when Matt Harvey was a rising star in the National League. He posted a 2.53 ERA with 449 strikeouts in 437 innings during his first three seasons and was an All Star in 2013 before having to undergo Tommy John surgery. He sat out the entire 2014 season but was solid in 2015 and, at age 26, appeared poised for greatness. But Harvey... show more
    There was a time when Matt Harvey was a rising star in the National League. He posted a 2.53 ERA with 449 strikeouts in 437 innings during his first three seasons and was an All Star in 2013 before having to undergo Tommy John surgery. He sat out the entire 2014 season but was solid in 2015 and, at age 26, appeared poised for greatness. But Harvey struggled in 2016-17, in part due to nagging injuries, and his career seems to be going of the rails completely this season. The Mets were generous in giving Harvey a contract worth over $5.6M for this season but his move to the bullpen does not bode well for his future in Flushing Meadows. Do you think the Mets will try to trade Harvey and, if so, where do you see him going?
    1 answer · Baseball · 23 hours ago
  • Rue Darvish?

    The Cubs dropped $126M on postseason pinata Yu Darvish last winter and the lad has, thus far, been a huge disappointment. Prior to this season Darvish was 13-4 in April with a 2.53 ERA but he's 0-2 with an ERA just south of 7 for the Cubs. Are Cubs fans going to rue the day that Epstein and Company signed this pitcher? How long before the fans... show more
    The Cubs dropped $126M on postseason pinata Yu Darvish last winter and the lad has, thus far, been a huge disappointment. Prior to this season Darvish was 13-4 in April with a 2.53 ERA but he's 0-2 with an ERA just south of 7 for the Cubs. Are Cubs fans going to rue the day that Epstein and Company signed this pitcher? How long before the fans tire of his mediocrity?
    5 answers · Baseball · 2 days ago
  • Jeter to Gumbel:"You're mentally weak"?

    In a meeting between world-class douche bags, Miami scammer Derek Jeter lost his cool with HBO talking bobblehead Bryant Gumble after Gumble called him out for dealing Miami's only real talent in order to slash $22M from the team payroll. Jeter has always been a world-class scumbag but the Wankers PR team did a good job of hiding that fact. Now... show more
    In a meeting between world-class douche bags, Miami scammer Derek Jeter lost his cool with HBO talking bobblehead Bryant Gumble after Gumble called him out for dealing Miami's only real talent in order to slash $22M from the team payroll. Jeter has always been a world-class scumbag but the Wankers PR team did a good job of hiding that fact. Now that the boy is on his own he is feeling intense heat and he's showing his true colors. Jeter's used his charity to funnel money to his family members for years but it doesn't look like he'll be able to do the same with the Marlins. How long will it be before the Yankee Scammer sells off his minority share of this team?
    2 answers · Baseball · 4 days ago
  • Why did MLB approve a foreign owner?

    Derek Jeter, a lock for the douche bag Hall of Fame and part of the Miami Marlins ownership group, has declared that the team is based in the British Virgin Islands in order to avoid paying the City of Miami profits related to the sale of the team. Why did MLB approve the sale of a team to a foreign entity? Baseball is an American game and the teams... show more
    Derek Jeter, a lock for the douche bag Hall of Fame and part of the Miami Marlins ownership group, has declared that the team is based in the British Virgin Islands in order to avoid paying the City of Miami profits related to the sale of the team. Why did MLB approve the sale of a team to a foreign entity? Baseball is an American game and the teams should be owned by Americans, not money-grubbing scum bags interested only in padding their bank account. When will MLB force this maggot to sell the team? Jeter is, was, and will always be a piece of crap.
    6 answers · Mental Health · 2 weeks ago
  • Miami Team Sleeping With the Fishes?

    Derek Jeter dismantled the Miami Marlins this winter and left fans with a team resembling a AA squad. That became apparent yesterday when the Fish gave up 20 runs to a struggling Phillies club. The loss was Miami's 4th straight. The Marlins have allowed a major league worst 55 runs in their 8 games and have been outscored by 31 runs on the year.... show more
    Derek Jeter dismantled the Miami Marlins this winter and left fans with a team resembling a AA squad. That became apparent yesterday when the Fish gave up 20 runs to a struggling Phillies club. The loss was Miami's 4th straight. The Marlins have allowed a major league worst 55 runs in their 8 games and have been outscored by 31 runs on the year. Only 2 teams -- Kansas City and Tampa Bay -- are averaging fewer runs scored per game than Miami but both have allowed far fewer runs than the Marlins. It was obvious from the start that Jeter was using the franchise to pad his bank account so how long will feckless MLB leader Rob Manfred allow this sham/scam to continue? Should Jeter's group be forced to sell the team? The former Wanker has always been a world class scumbag and his handling of the Marlins is proof of that.
    3 answers · Baseball · 3 weeks ago
  • Former Houston Prospect Beat Girlfriend?

    Video has emerged of former Houston Astros prospect Danry Vasquez beating his girlfriend while he was a member of Houstons AA club in Corpus Christie, TX. Houston released him within days of the incident but Vasquez went on to sign a contract with the Lancaster Barnstormers of the Atlantic League. Lancaster has released Vasquez since the video... show more
    Video has emerged of former Houston Astros prospect Danry Vasquez beating his girlfriend while he was a member of Houstons AA club in Corpus Christie, TX. Houston released him within days of the incident but Vasquez went on to sign a contract with the Lancaster Barnstormers of the Atlantic League. Lancaster has released Vasquez since the video became public. Vasquez was charged with domestic violence after the 2016 incident but was required, only, to pay a $500 fine and take anger management courses. He has since become engaged to the woman he assaulted. The incident occurred over a year ago and Vasquez was released by Houston. Was Lancaster right to cut him after the video became public? What sort of punishment do you expect MLB to hand down if (when) Vasquez signs with another team?
    3 answers · Baseball · 1 month ago
  • Shohei Ohtani: Latest in a long line of bad moves?

    The Japanese phenom was touted as the Second Coming of Babe Ruth last year. The media talked about how he'd anchor the rotation and serve as DH in between starts while turning some team into a perennial contender. Ohtani's numbers in Japan looked good but the level of competition there is similar to A ball in the US of A. Ohtain's former... show more
    The Japanese phenom was touted as the Second Coming of Babe Ruth last year. The media talked about how he'd anchor the rotation and serve as DH in between starts while turning some team into a perennial contender. Ohtani's numbers in Japan looked good but the level of competition there is similar to A ball in the US of A. Ohtain's former Japanese League teammate, Brandon Laird, has 105 homers in 1,548 at bats over 3 seasons but managed just 6 dingers (and a .198 average) in 127 at bats in MLB. Mediocre players can put up decent numbers in Japan. In his only pitching appearance this spring Ohtani has been roughed up by a Mexican League club yet Angels GM Billy Eppler refused to consider that Ohtani could be a huge bust. Will Ohtani be the latest Angels bust, joining a list that includes Albert Pujols, Josh Hamilton, and CJ Wilson?
    7 answers · Baseball · 2 months ago
  • Roger Goodell: Fascist Commissioner?

    Over the past 2 seasons, Roger Goodell has been involved in feuds with 2 of the most powerful owners in the No Fun League. He fined Dirty Bob Kraft a cool million in 2015, and suspended New England quarterback Tommy Bundchen for 4 games because of their roles in the Deflategate scandal, and he's fined Dallas owner Jackass Jones a couple of mil... show more
    Over the past 2 seasons, Roger Goodell has been involved in feuds with 2 of the most powerful owners in the No Fun League. He fined Dirty Bob Kraft a cool million in 2015, and suspended New England quarterback Tommy Bundchen for 4 games because of their roles in the Deflategate scandal, and he's fined Dallas owner Jackass Jones a couple of mil for harassing owners who decided to give him a contract extension. Jones' main complaint was that Goodell suspended his pet running back, woman beater Zeke Elliot, for 6 games and that suspension ended the Cowboys playoff run last season. There is no rhyme or reason to the way Goodell does business and he seems to enjoy abusing the power bestowed upon him by the latest CBA. The current agreement is set to expire after the 2020 season and the players union has indicated that it wants to limit Goodell's authority. What are the odds the the worst commissioner in NFL history will keep his job for the duration of his contract (March, 2024)?
    11 answers · Football (American) · 2 months ago
  • Predictions for Breakout Player, Top Rookie, and Biggest Bust of 2018?

    Who do you have? I'll go with Tampa Bay's Brent Honeywell as the top rook, the Cubs' Ian Happ as the breakout guy, and Arte Morono's overpriced, overrated foreigner Shohei Ohtani as the biggest bust. Erin Judge of the Wankers will be a close 2nd to Ohtani.
    Who do you have? I'll go with Tampa Bay's Brent Honeywell as the top rook, the Cubs' Ian Happ as the breakout guy, and Arte Morono's overpriced, overrated foreigner Shohei Ohtani as the biggest bust. Erin Judge of the Wankers will be a close 2nd to Ohtani.
    1 answer · Baseball · 2 months ago
  • NCAA Hoops Payoffs?

    A story broke yesterday about college basketball players -- or their families -- receiving money from professional sleazebag Andy Miller and his main boy, Christian Dawkins. Miller's agency, ASM Sports, has reportedly paid or offered financial "favors" to more than 25 players if they would consider using the agency once they turned... show more
    A story broke yesterday about college basketball players -- or their families -- receiving money from professional sleazebag Andy Miller and his main boy, Christian Dawkins. Miller's agency, ASM Sports, has reportedly paid or offered financial "favors" to more than 25 players if they would consider using the agency once they turned pro. NCAA President Mark Emmert has vowed to look into what he calls "systematic failures" in the system and to cooperate with federal authorities seeking to "punish the unscrupulous parties seeking to exploit the system through criminal acts.” Agents and coaches have come out in defense of the players, saying that they are not compensated for playing a sport that generates over a billion dollars a year in revenue, but is that statement accurate? The players receive free tuition, room and board, and meals to attend college, and anyone who has paid their own way (or is has paid off college loans) will tell you that's a significant amount of money. And the players relatives involved have claimed that they simply "forgot" to pay back loans, or money for meals, that they received. Blacks are notorious parasites who feel that they deserve whatever benefits they receive so while they are guilty of criminal behavior the vast majority of the time, is that the case here? Should the players and the scum that raised them face criminal charges, or should the agents be the sole targets of this investigation?
    2 answers · Basketball · 2 months ago
  • Darvish to the Cubs?

    The Cubs opted to sign Yu Darvish over Joke Arrieta. Could they have inked both if they weren't saddled with the ridiculous contracts that Fat Azz Lester and the slap-hitting lawn jockey, Ghetto Heyward, were given?
    The Cubs opted to sign Yu Darvish over Joke Arrieta. Could they have inked both if they weren't saddled with the ridiculous contracts that Fat Azz Lester and the slap-hitting lawn jockey, Ghetto Heyward, were given?
    6 answers · Baseball · 2 months ago
  • Do Philly Fans Deserve a SB Win?

    Philadelphia sports fans are, generally, a loutish bunch who are subhuman, drunken degenerates. Is is an insult to all things decent that they get to celebrate their team winning? Is it more than they deserve?
    Philadelphia sports fans are, generally, a loutish bunch who are subhuman, drunken degenerates. Is is an insult to all things decent that they get to celebrate their team winning? Is it more than they deserve?
    15 answers · Football (American) · 3 months ago
  • What's the over and under?

    ...on calls by officials that will hand the Cheatriots the game? I'm thinking it's around 4 because the Eagles are pretty good.
    ...on calls by officials that will hand the Cheatriots the game? I'm thinking it's around 4 because the Eagles are pretty good.
    2 answers · Football (American) · 3 months ago
  • NFL announces Patriots-Vikings Super Bowl matchup on Facebook?

    The NFL posted an announcement soliciting contributions to the United Way. If you donate you have a chance of winning a trip to the Super Bowl to see -- according to the post -- the Patriots play the Vikings. Does anyone still doubt that the games are fixed? The league, not surprisingly, has deleted the post. Boycott the Super Bowl.
    The NFL posted an announcement soliciting contributions to the United Way. If you donate you have a chance of winning a trip to the Super Bowl to see -- according to the post -- the Patriots play the Vikings. Does anyone still doubt that the games are fixed? The league, not surprisingly, has deleted the post. Boycott the Super Bowl.
    2 answers · Football (American) · 3 months ago
  • When was the last time an NFC Championship Game was started by two backup quarterbacks?

    Case Keenum and Nick Foles were both lucky to have jobs as backups when the season began and both will try to lead their respective teams to the Super Bowl.
    Case Keenum and Nick Foles were both lucky to have jobs as backups when the season began and both will try to lead their respective teams to the Super Bowl.
    2 answers · Football (American) · 3 months ago
  • Black Monday Predictions?

    Chuck Pagano and Jack Del Rio have already been canned by the Colts and Raiders, respectively, while the Jets opted to reward their head coach despite back-to-back 5 win seasons. Who will join Pagano and Del Rio in the unemployment line tomorrow morning? My guess is that Marvin Lewis, John Fox, Vance Joseph, Jim Caldwell, and Bill O'Brien will... show more
    Chuck Pagano and Jack Del Rio have already been canned by the Colts and Raiders, respectively, while the Jets opted to reward their head coach despite back-to-back 5 win seasons. Who will join Pagano and Del Rio in the unemployment line tomorrow morning? My guess is that Marvin Lewis, John Fox, Vance Joseph, Jim Caldwell, and Bill O'Brien will be let go.
    2 answers · Football (American) · 4 months ago
  • Richardson Selling His Team?

    Carolina owner Jerry Richardson has announced that he will sell the team after this season. Richardson was recently accused of sexually-harassing team employees and the NFL had begun an investigation into these accusations. The Ghetto Cats are currently valued at $2.3B -- according to Forbe's -- and could be worth $2.5B or more by next year. The... show more
    Carolina owner Jerry Richardson has announced that he will sell the team after this season. Richardson was recently accused of sexually-harassing team employees and the NFL had begun an investigation into these accusations. The Ghetto Cats are currently valued at $2.3B -- according to Forbe's -- and could be worth $2.5B or more by next year. The 81-year old will no longer be an NFL owner but he will be well-compensated leaving that fraternity, so how is this a punishment? Also, Dullass owner Jackass Jones consorted with hookers several years ago yet he remains an owner in good standing within the league. Why is that?
    2 answers · Football (American) · 4 months ago
  • NFL Ticket Prices?

    Tickets to last Thursday night's game between the Colts and Broncos could be had for as little as $5 while tickets to the Dolphins-Bill, Ravens-Browns, and Cardinals- Redskins went for $10-12. Is this proof that the NFL is a league in decline?
    Tickets to last Thursday night's game between the Colts and Broncos could be had for as little as $5 while tickets to the Dolphins-Bill, Ravens-Browns, and Cardinals- Redskins went for $10-12. Is this proof that the NFL is a league in decline?
    5 answers · Football (American) · 4 months ago
  • Why did the officials give the game to Dallas last night?

    Is making sure the Cowpies makes the playoffs this year one of the conditions of Goodell's contract extension? We all know that NFL game officials are corrupt -- and brain dead -- but they didn't even try to disguise it last night.
    Is making sure the Cowpies makes the playoffs this year one of the conditions of Goodell's contract extension? We all know that NFL game officials are corrupt -- and brain dead -- but they didn't even try to disguise it last night.
    2 answers · Football (American) · 4 months ago
  • Jeter Destroying the Marlins?

    Derek Jeter -- who enjoyed a successful career with the New York Wankers because the team owner made it his mission to surround his boy with the best players that money could buy -- Is dismantling the Miami Marlins in a quest to save money, presumably so he can pay himself more. Since taking over Jeter has sent Dee Gordon, Marcel Ozuna, and Ghetto... show more
    Derek Jeter -- who enjoyed a successful career with the New York Wankers because the team owner made it his mission to surround his boy with the best players that money could buy -- Is dismantling the Miami Marlins in a quest to save money, presumably so he can pay himself more. Since taking over Jeter has sent Dee Gordon, Marcel Ozuna, and Ghetto G Stanton packing while getting very little in return. The Marlins had a solid core of young talent prior to Jeter's group purchasing the team. All that the Marlins needed was some decent pitchers. Did MLB make a mistake in awarding the franchise to Jeter's group? It doesn't appear that they have the resources to run a baseball team and the people of Miami deserve better.
    2 answers · Baseball · 4 months ago