Who’s the Bigger Boston Legend: David Ortiz or Paul Pierce?

Longevity, loyalty, and clutch execution. That’s what makes a legend.  You think of Chicago when someone talks about Jordan; not Washington. You think of San Fransisco when the name Jerry Rice arises, but you ignore those years in Oakland. John Smoltz will always be an Atlanta Brave to me. Ray Bourque is a Bruin…not an Avalanche…..

July Fourth Hot Dog Challenge

As you may remember, we posted the trailer to this event about 2 months ago… Gami is a close friend of the TMC staff, and has trained all year for this day. July 4th. National Hot Dog Day. The challenge was 5 hot dogs and buns in one minute. The over/under was 4.5 and there…

Why Team USA Soccer Has a Chance

Much like USA’s soccer team, I, as a guy, am not at the top of the rankings. Much like USA’s soccer team, I do not catch people’s attention at first glance. Method Man once said, “I’m not an average Joe with an average flow doing average things with average hoes.” Well I’m not Method Man. Most people focus on the bigger, better…

Boston Celtics 2014 Draft Preview

This could be the most important draft for the Celtics for the next 10 years. This might be the deepest draft in a while, but the Celtics could use this draft in more ways than just picking a solid player. The Celts have 2 picks in the first round this year, and 2 picks in…

Report: Hernandez Dominating Bristol County Prison Football League

(WGVR) Sources inside Bristol County State Penitentiary in Dartmouth, Massachusetts say that former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is having a “dream season” for his prison yard pick-up football team, Equipo Mexico. Yesterday, facing triple and sometimes quadruple coverage, Hernandez caught 8 balls for 211 yards and 4 touchdowns, all from 16 year-old…

Reasons Spain has failed this World Cup

After a shocking 5-1 loss to the Netherlands in their opening game and today’s sore 2-0 loss to Chile (a nation only as wide as Rob Ford’s waist, I might add) the blogosphere/interwebs are full of faux soccer experts trying to explain why the winners of the 08 and 12 Euro cups and last World Cup…

The Top 5 Most Offensive Team Names in Sports

In light of the Redskins controversy, I thought it would be a good idea to identify some of the most insensitive team names in sports.  It’s sickening just to think that people actually have to live their lives rooting for these teams. I figure that maybe if I complain about it, other’s will find the…

Pussification of Culture: Orange Lines on Hockey Rinks

There will soon be a nation wide out break of this orange lining. I know there has always been controversy, because of spine and neck injuries, but I believe this orange lining will be a distraction. The game has been played for many decades with out the orange lining and people have done just fine….

Thoughts on the Passing of Baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn

Blog by: @captnjack24 Former San Diego State Aztec and San Diego Padre Tony Gwynn passed away this morning at the age of 54. I could sit here and pretend that I covered or knew Tony Gwynn and that the character or person he was far out performed the phenomenal baseball player he was, but I…

Why The San Antonio Spurs, The Most Diverse Team in the NBA, are America’s Team

Tim Duncan- A native of the US Virgin Islands…might dress Whiter than any White player in the league Manu Ginobili- Argentian. Bald spot. Tony Parker- Frenchmen. Dumped Eva Longoria. Boris Diaw- Frenchmen. 29 other teams did not want him. Matt Bonner- The Red Mamba. Ginger. White. New Balance sponsored. Marco Bellinelli- MUSHHHH Kawhi Leonard- Doesn’t…

By Popular Demand, My Belmont Stakes Day Picks

I’m going to keep this quick, simple, and understandable. I’ll give my choices for the pick six ending in the Belmont Stakes. Every one of these races is a graded stakes race, which is going to make for a very cultural day. The only thing I don’t like about these 6 races is that it’s…