Archive for May 24th, 2012

Yankees COO Lonn Trost Says The Team Is Not For Sale

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

The brass with the New York Yankees woke up to some surprising news this morning. On the back page of the New York Daily News, the paper had a report discussing rumors that the team could soon be up for sale, according to sources in both baseball and banking. And ...

Charles Barkley: Shaq is Interested in the Orlando GM Job and Will Interview Soon

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

Reports surfaced Wednesday that Shaquille O'Neal would be discussing the open general manager position with the Orlando Magic. Quite frankly, when I first read that, by jaw hit the floor. I couldn't figure out what was weirder: Shaq as a rapper, Shaq as a police officer or Shaq as a ...

Maurkice Pouncey Leads Steelers Offensive Line into New Era in Steel City

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

The tides of change have swept through Steeler Nation since they last took the field last January in a playoff loss to the Denver Broncos. Hines Ward has retired, veteran linebacker James Farrior was released, to name but two of the notable personnel changes. In the coaching ranks, Bruce Arians ...

Metta World Peace Wishes He Could have Helped More in Crucial Situations, Thinks Los Angeles Could have been up 3-1 against OKC

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

The Los Angeles Lakers weren't able to put up much of a fight against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Round 2 of the NBA playoffs, and closing games was definitely a problem. Naturally, some are wondering if this playoff run would have ended differently had the small forward formerly known ...

Jon Kitna Discusses his Swift Transition from NFL Quarterback to High-School Math Teacher

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

At a time when there is strong concern regarding the transition players are making into retirement, Jon Kitna has got it right. The 16-year NFL quarterback retired from the Dallas Cowboys in January and is already hard at work as a high-school math teacher and football coach at his alma ...

Roy Halladay on Cole Hamels-Bryce Harper rivalry: “I think at this point what’s done is done and you move on.”

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

For reasons that only he knows, Cole Hamels decided it was his job to welcome Bryce Harper to the big leagues. The Phillies left-hander two-and-half weeks ago hit Harper in the back with a pitch and earned himself a five-game suspension after admitting that he indeed hit the Nationals ...