There are issues in these ironically-named United States. The problem isn’t Trump, the NFL, the flag, or Colin Kaepernick. We look at the problem every day.
I’ve learned the older brother isn’t smarter, isn’t better looking. The younger brother is everything the older brother wants to be but can’t – because, you know, he’s not Kenny.
The GOP’s ability to spread bullsh*t is more appealing to Joe Voter than the Dems’ untenable horsesh*t positions. It really is that simple. The thing is: Until enough people decide both parties are crap, we, the people, are going to wallow in it.
No. 1 draft picks are not all they’re cracked up to be. The MLB draft is June 12-14. Five years from now, who will be the next Harold Baines — or the next big-league bust?
If there is a face of Major League Baseball in the ’70s, the player that represents the best and worst of the game, it’s the mercurial Doc Ellis. Author of a no-hitter and a sub .500 pitcher in one-third of his seasons, Ellis was his own worst enemy.
There was not a lot of homegrown talent on those 1976-78 Yankees pennant winners — unless you consider Cleveland a minor-league affiliate. (Four former Indians were key players during the Yankees’ run.) This is how the ’76 Yankees were built …