A look at the disco-soundtracked, Al Michaels-narrated, endearingly batshit highlight video of the not-very-good 1980 San Francisco Giants. Part of an occasional series, hopefully.
The Pittsburgh Pirates won a game in the playoffs for the first time since 1992. It all felt a lot more natural than it should've. Let's try to be cool about this, somehow.
... it's a nice idea, and easy to get excited about with baseball's playoffs coming up, but that's about it. And yes, we have charts.
Another week, another installment of the streaming football podcast-y thing that is decidedly not hosted by Ron Jaworski, Jon Gruden and Mike Tirico.
Help us answer an age-old debate (we're not embracing it, we promise) -- Which do we need more to survive as a culture: Football or Beer?
... because we are after all running out of September, and there isn't an issue yet. It's coming. It will be good. And it will be here soon.
The Pittsburgh Pirates will be in the playoffs. Everyone is welcome back into the cathedral, the exorcism is over.
Here, in podcast form, is Footballz.org, a healthy, live-streaming audio alternative to listening to ESPN's broadcasters talk during Monday Night Football.
And it's exactly as loud and tacky and complicated as it sounds.
As stupid late-night Twitter games go, Spoonerizing baseball player names -- Bob Welch --> Wob Belch, and that sort of thing -- is pretty good. Now, finally, finally, a spoonerism-crazed nation has the caseball bards it craves.