MLB Rule Changes for COVID-19 Will Make for Foul Ball
Major League Baseball and its leadership have submitted a proposal to the Major League Players Association to get their players back on the diamonds in the National and American Leagues.
NHL Reveals Icy Suggestions for Altered Rules Upon Comeback
I recently read an article regarding COVID-19 and its impact on the National Hockey League including a suggestion from an infectious disease specialist who was interviewed by The Sporting News’ Ryan Rishaug as he provided solutions to getting players back on the ice to resume the NHL season.
UFC 249 Head-Scratchers
While COVID-19 has halted sports activity around the world, it failed to stop the UFC from staging an event this past weekend in my city of residence, Jacksonville, Florida.
Folding Chairs with Michael Jordan
This article is about finding a moment of quietude and reflection in a sea of chaos - something we are all looking for during these unprecedented times. This moment of calmness just happens to be with Michael Jordan in the '90s. Timely as it provides a personal account during the time portrayed in the documentary, The Last Dance, currently featured on ESPN with 5.8 million viewers each week.
Exploring Growth and Success of Soccer in the United States
In 1996, Major League Soccer (MLS) started with only ten teams. Today, there are 26 teams with even more coming in the future.
Can eSports Survive in the World Today?
A quick look at the future of competitive gaming.
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Podcast Reboot: Underdog Mentality
It's about time to bust out the mics and cameras again! The original Abstract Sports Podcast is coming back with a new name, new look, and a whole lot of fire. While we work out the launch date and regular release schedule, we are outlining the first five episodes. If you have an idea for a topic, please get in touch!