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.
COVID-19 and It's Impact on the Global Sports Community
With the year 2020 getting closer to its halfway point, no matter what takes place in the sports world the rest of this year, history will remember 2020 for being the year “without sports.”
Steroids in Baseball: Make Baseball Fun Again
Each year baseball holds a ceremony in Cooperstown, NY to honor its latest inductees into the hall of fame. Inevitably, many of baseball's best players are left out of this celebration.
Building Social Capital through College Soccer
The purpose of this study is to examine the meaning and reason that individuals play college soccer, by taking the experience into account of six different men and women who play college soccer in the southeastern Wisconsin area.
Will COVID-19 Destroy Worldwide Fandom?
As the world has been blindsided by the COVID-19 virus, it has shut down country after country, business after business, and sports everywhere.
High School Standouts Who Made it to the Professional Level
Professional athletes are typically known by the teams they play for. Sometimes their college alma mater comes into the discussion. But how many times do you hear anyone talking about what HIGH SCHOOL they graduated from?
The Good and Bad of the Mic'd Up Concept
Recently, Major League Baseball decided to test out some new technology for spring training games. They “mic’d up” Anthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs as he stepped into the batter's box while facing the L.A. Angels.
Hardwood Stars of the NBA's Western Conference
As I continue to name the best players ever in pro basketball, Part II concludes the series by taking a look at the Western Conference teams.
Hardwood Stars of the NBA's Eastern Conference
In naming the greatest players on professional sports teams, thus far I've tackled football, threw out the diamond's best, and in this version, I turn to the hardwood floors of the National Basketball Association and attempt to list who I believe have been the greatest talents for all 30 teams that comprise the NBA.