From waking up excited to watching the actual game, the path from Monday morning to Monday night is a roller coaster of emotions.Read More
The fight escalated after the family’s 85-year-old grandfather coldcocked his 28-year-old grandson, who argued that Gordon Beckham was a much better second baseman than Syd O’Brien, a utility infielder who played in 121 games batting .247 during the 1970 season.
As we honor Monday’s national “Ditka Day” holiday, it seems only fitting to take a look at a list of careers Iron Mike also would have been awesome at had he not chosen to reward the mere mortals of Earth with his performance as one of the greatest tight ends, head coaches and celebrity pitchmen of all time.
“I’m looking for something that’s going to give me some benefits, like a 401K, health insurance and at least two weeks paid vacation.”
Picking up on a theory that hasn’t been used in Major League Baseball since the World War II years, the Cubs have chosen to employ the “Nero fiddles” strategy of rebuilding the ball club.
The playing surface was custom-designed by the good people at WHAM-O, makers of The Original Backyard Water Slide. It runs from one end zone to the other, between the hash marks, and features a “totally tubular” waterfall.
Join a big group of crazy Hawks fans as we head to United Center to take on the Canucks on Friday, Dec. 20. Co-hosted with our friends at Joel Quenneville’s Mustache. Space is running out so sign up today!
Carl Weathers, master thespian and former Oakland Raider, watches every NFL game from his man cave to compile his weekly Power Rankings exclusively for Heckler readers. Mr. Weathers, despite playing only eight career NFL games, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1980.
In the wake of Seattle setting the Guinness Book of World Records for loudest stadium Monday night, Bears officials said fans in attendance for the game against Dallas could be doing some record setting of their own.
Despite having one of the most successful and versatile offenses in the NFL, Marc Trestman today has opened his bag of unorthodox tricks again by announcing that for the rest of the regular season, the Bears will be punting on first down.