Archive for October, 2014

Where will the line be drawn when it comes to advertising on NBA?

By at 28 October, 2014, 12:49 pm

NBA currently has a television deal with ESPN and Turner worth as much as $930 million. This deal is due for expiration in 2016. This explains why NBA got on a 9 year deal worth $24 billion. This kind of deal will translate to an increase in NBA’s salary cap and give rise to larger […]


Touch Base with the Best Games at

By at 28 October, 2014, 12:48 pm

The 2014 World Series is underway and the Kansas City Royals are taking on the San Francisco Giants for the ultimate honors in baseball. There are plenty of accolades to go around, and Kansas City certainly deserves praise for its monumental efforts in reaching the final stage of the competition. Baseball’s ultimate prize is up […]


Mets Hire Kevin Long

By at 28 October, 2014, 12:17 pm

Before you could start any Basketball Betting, the Mets made their first bold move of the winter by hiring former Yankee’s hitting coach Kevin Long. “Kevin’s experience, success and wealth of knowledge make him the perfect fit as our hitting instructor,” said Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson. “This is a very positive step for the […]


Why you should bet on the Mets

By at 23 October, 2014, 1:06 pm

The Mets are a New York professional baseball team that’s based in the borough of Queens, New York. The Mets were founded in 1962 and have been among the best teams in baseball. The longevity of the team gives you more reasons to bet on them. But as you plan to make your bet on […]


There’s A Right Way And A Wrong Way To Run A Bullpen

By at 17 October, 2014, 10:11 am

  So we are all set for the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals to meet in the 2014 World Series.  As a Mets fan this post season gets tougher and tougher to watch as we see ball parks full of fans (notice no empty seats at either AT&T or the K during […]


Citi Field Still Under Construction

By at 14 October, 2014, 12:05 pm

There was nothing with the fences at this place   What do Citi Field and the Belt Parkway have in common? They are both constantly under construction.  Is there a ball park in the country that has gone under so many renovations in such a short time as Citi Field? While the Skill Sets were spending so […]


Can Man United Win the 2014/15 Title?

By at 10 October, 2014, 12:02 pm

Now there’s an interesting question to pose? Is it at all humanly possible for them to drag themselves back into the title race? You might say they are almost mid table, but that would be unfair. They currently sit within the top 10, but with stiff competition from the likes of Tottenham and Crystal Palace […]


Post Season Thoughts

By at 9 October, 2014, 8:14 am

I would take Puig on the Mets in a HEARTBEAT!!!!  Some rants and raves on the MLB post season: This has not been a great post season for managers unless your name is Showalter or Bochy. Matt Williams managed his Nationals like a neophyte. Ned Yost has gone small ball crazy and is fortunate that […]


Happy Anniversary Bobby Thompson and The Shot Heard ‘Round The World

By at 3 October, 2014, 8:55 am

  Back in 1951, my family lived in a 4 story walk up tenement in Sunset Park Brooklyn. My dad was the lone NY Giants fan in the building; hell I think he was the only Giants fan in Sunset Park.  When the Dodgers won an NL Pennant, the neighbors would hang a funeral crape […]


Yeah Baby Smallball !!!!!!!

By at 2 October, 2014, 8:58 am

  That’s the Say Hey Kid getting ready to address Giants fans in NYC as the club brought the 2012 World Series trophy to the city where it all began   I guess all the 40 and under baseball fans are still getting over the shock of Ned Yost and his Smallball Royals coming back […]