This month marks the 2019 Keeneland Spring Meet in Lexington, KY and with that a chance for me to visit one of my favorite places on earth. It easily tops the list of one of my favorite sports places.
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With the NFL Draft looming and free agency in the rear view mirror it is time to talk some dynasty fantasy football. I welcome in Cory Evans host of the Dynasty Dude Pod to look some intriguing story lines so far this offseason.
Growing up in Cincinnati, there’s nothing better than Opening Day. Baseball’s oldest franchise has celebrated it like nobody else from over a decade. From the Findlay Market parade, to the smell and sounds of the ballpark returning to the banks of Ohio, it is a one-of-a-kind experience.
The bulk of the big name free agents have found new homes and there is a ton of player movement already happening this NFL offseason. I kick off Season 3 of The GetSportsInfo Podcast by offering first takes on all the major moves. Continue reading
March Madness has arrived and it is always one of my favorite times of the year. I grew up in the early days of ESPN when they broadcasted the tournament and during the 1980’s TV really helped make the tournament the spectacle it has become. I got interested long ago.
The MLB gets into full swing this week and it is time to go on the record with some official predictions for the 2019 season, including my World Series matchup and picks for the MVP, Cy Young, and Rookie of the Year awards in both leagues.
The action has been fast and furious around the NFL between blockbuster trades and free agents on the move. I took a crack at my first fantasy football rankings update post-free agency.
Two of my favorite things are sports and movies and when you take a look at the genre of sports movies there have definitely been some classics.
The brackets have been drawn up and the game times are set. Here’s a look at when and where to catch every game of the upcoming 2019 NCAA men’s college basketball tournament.
Wide receiver Antonio Brown made it clear he no longer wanted to be on the Steelers and his wish was granted. He was traded to the Raiders in an exchange for a third and fifth-round pick in next month’s NFL Draft.