Category Archives: MLB

“It Ain’t Over ’til its Over”

Baseball lost a titan and true pioneer of the game this week with the death of Lawrence Peter “Yogi” Berra. No I’m not talking about the lovable bear.  The legendary Yankee won a whopping 10 World Series for the prestigious New York Yankees and really made the franchise the stable powerhouse that it is alongside Joe DiMaggio. I have no doubt that the city of New York will immortalize the man who brought so much to the plate, field, and life.

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The Forgotten Face of Evil: Gary Glitter, The Stadium Icon

The feeling of watching a live game in a stadium is unlike any other feeling, the screaming fans, the cold beer, and of course, that good ol’ fashion stadium music. A great Rock and Roll anthem can really get your blood pumping, this is why songs like “Eye of the Tiger” and “We will Rock You” are instant classics in the hearts of many football fans across America. However one could easily argue that the biggest song in the history of stadium music is “Rock and Roll part 2” a song written by Gary Glitter, an infamous rock star who topped the charts in the 1970’s.

Chances are if you ever purchased tickets to a live event, or even watched enough games on television then you have probably heard that song before. Those legendary guitar strings and powerful drum kicks can flood any stadium with pandemonium. Unfortunately the man behind this song is probably the most evil man you never heard of.


Over the course of his career Gary Glitter has been connected to numerous pedophile charges against under aged boys and girls in several different countries.

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The Hunt For October

With only roughly 12 games left for all teams in Major League Baseball the games become more and more crucial. Certain teams have already punched their tickets into the postseason but some teams are still jockeying for those wild card spots and the coveted division title (pennant) which always insures a franchise a chance to get to the Fall Classic. A power shift is occurring as the fabled Yankees, and last year’s champs, The Boston Red Sox are out of playoff contention. The Yankees are only 5 games behind the Kansas City Royals but with 12 games they will have to go on quite a tear and pray for some help. Rest assured that drastic changes will be forthcoming for both teams.  Continue reading The Hunt For October