Rockies 162: A Tweet a Game

The #Rox162 project captures the reason each Colorado Rockies game is memorable in their 2015 campaign with a single tweet.

With 162 games, the individual games within a baseball season can run together. However, even the seemingly random games have moments that fans remember months later. While no one is picking the Colorado Rockies to make the World Series, the #Rox162 project captures the reason each Rockies game is memorable in their 2015 campaign with a single tweet. To suggest future summaries send tweets to @DerekinDenver with the hashtag #Rox162

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The Immoral Incentive for MLB, Alex Rodriguez and Bud Selig

As Alex Rodriguez stepped to the plate for his first at bat of the year, a line drive, baseball felt very stale. The story of the latest performance enhancers in Major League Baseball, Biogenesis, has been circling since the beginning of the year. However, as the New York Yankees Network YES and ESPN cashed in on the return of A-Rod, it was another notch in this morally ambiguous play as Rodriguez fights his pending 211 game suspension. MLB and sports at large are content in giving us villains, so what is the incentive for living well in this most recent modern era? Continue reading “The Immoral Incentive for MLB, Alex Rodriguez and Bud Selig”

Boston Sports Fans Reign of Terror is Officially Over

It took only 17 seconds, but it ended with Boston fans being a reminded that they are a little too prone to choking. For a town synonymous with Bill Buckner, Boston sports has been a little too prosperous in the championship category. Since the New England Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2001, the football team has three championships; the Boston Red Sox have won two, while the Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics both grabbed a title. Continue reading “Boston Sports Fans Reign of Terror is Officially Over”