Monthly Archives: May 2010

Why the New England Revolution Need Their Own Stadium

Dear Mr. Kraft, First of all, let me say that Gillette Stadium is quite an impressive structure. In fact, I was quite literally in awe of its immensity the first time saw it looming up out of the distance as … Continue reading

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You’re Doing It Wrong: New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox Loyalty

There is no rivalry in sports more storied than the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox—or so ESPN tells me, constantly—and with that type of long-term, history-laden rivalry comes some serious battle lines, right? Literally hundreds of books have … Continue reading

Posted in AL East, American League, Baseball, Boston Red Sox, Cheap Seat Chronicles, MLB, New York Yankees | 2 Comments

J.J. Hardy Injury: Minnesota Twins Shortstop Lands on DL with Wrist Injury

The injuries just keep on coming for the Minnesota Twins. In March, the club lost All-Star closer Joe Nathan for the year after he underwent Tommy John surgery. Last week, reigning American League MVP Joe Mauer sat out with a … Continue reading

Posted in AL Central, American League, Baseball, Cheap Seat Chronicles, Injuries, J.J. Hardy, Matt Tolbert, Minnesota Twins, MLB | Leave a comment

Philadelphia Phillies Fan Gets Tasered

When the action on the field grows tiresome too many fans decide to create their own entertainment. That was the case last night in Philadelphia where a 17-year-old Phillies fan hopped the fence and ran onto the field during the … Continue reading

Posted in Baseball, Cheap Seat Chronicles, MLB, Philadelphia Phillies | 4 Comments