Archive | June, 2009

Atlanta Falcons turn 43

43 years ago today, the Atlanta Falcons franchise was born, and what a run it has been. While the Falcons have been one of the least successful franchises in sports in that time frame, there has been no shortage of stories to keep us all entertained. To honor the birthday, and the upcoming 44th season [...]

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Too hurt to play, Adrian Beltre?

Bone spurs happen, and by all accounts, they are quite painful. Dealing with them in your shoulder must make it tough to play baseball on a daily basis. That is the argument that Seattle Mariners’ third baseman Adrian Beltre is using as a means to justify mid-season shoulder surgery. The bone spurs are just too [...]

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I’m what you would call a “casual fan” when it comes to American Soccer. I don’t follow the team that closely, but when the team assembles to play a match, I will be watching. That won’t change this afternoon at 2:30 p.m. If you are a less-than-casual fan, you are probably hearing now about the [...]

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