The 1980s didn't have a lot of premier pitchers in terms of star power, but there were still plenty of hurlers who could strike out hitters at high rates. This article will count down Major League Baseball's 10 best strikeout pitchers of the 1980s.
Tom Dempsey was born with a partial right foot and a right hand that was missing four fingers. This never stopped him from becoming a player in the NFL. As a member of the New Orleans Saints, Dempsey kicked a game-winning field goal a distance of 63 yards. It was a record that stood for 43 years.
The Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, won't erase the ugly parts of baseball's past to fit the view of revisionist history. Instead, the Hall of Fame is working to put history into context, while still remembering legends of the game who were not exactly perfectly politically correct.
On December 23, 1972, the San Francisco Bay Area football teams suffered two of the most crushing defeats in NFL History. The effect of the losses sustained by the San Francisco 49ers and Oakland Raiders on that day are still evident today.
A quarterback may run the offense, but even when a team has one of the best in the NFL, it doesn't guarantee a championship. Five Hall of Famers are joined by several other legends on this list of the 10 greatest quarterbacks never to win a Super Bowl.
The 1960s are most famous for the home run chase of 1961, but in a decade full of sluggers, the significance of the home run throughout the decade extends much farther. This article will count down the 10 best home run hitters of the 1960s.
Some of the greatest running backs in NFL history never had the privilege of winning a Super Bowl. In fact, many never even made an appearance in the championship game. This article will count down the top 10 running backs who never won a Super Bowl.
The 1970s was an exciting decade in baseball—and that was especially true surrounding the home run. Not only did Hank Aaron eclipse the all-time record for career home runs, many other players established themselves as premier power threats to create a decade full of notable home run hitters.
This article shares the author's opinion about why it may be a poor decision for NFL football players to be exempt from wearing masks during games. This article in no way indicates that any particular player or team has COVID, but all workers, including football players, have the potential.
The 1980s isn't known as the most powerful decade in baseball history, but there are plenty of sluggers from that time period worth remembering. This article will explore Major League Baseball's top 10 home run hitters of the 1980s.
The No. 9 spot in a baseball lineup traditionally is not reserved for one of the team's best hitters. Nevertheless, somebody has to fill in the final slot in every game. This article will explore the best No. 9 hitters in baseball history.
Throughout history, executives for the Cleveland Indians have possessed a knack for making the most out of trades. Going all the way back to the 1910s, lopsided trades can be found falling into Cleveland's favor. In this article, I'll explore the 10 greatest trades the Indians ever made.
They say heroes are made in baseball"s postseason, but some of the greatest players in Major League history have also been the victim of the final out in a World Series. This article counts down the 10 best players to make the final out of a World Series.
Throughout a 120-year history, the Cleveland Indians have recorded plenty of exciting seasons. With selections found among the 65 winning seasons and 15 playoff appearances in team history, this article will pick out the 10 greatest seasons in franchise history.
NBA players make mistakes like the rest of us, but there are times when things go too far. Here are 5 of the most despicable acts committed by NBA players.
The Cleveland Indians have had their fair share of power hitters throughout their 120-year history. Read on to discover the 10 most feared power hitters in franchise history.
Through his 15-year career, Michael Jordan was one of the most dominant players in the league. He had some tough rivalries along the way.
Are you trying to decide between a polycarbonate basketball backboard and an acrylic basketball backboard? Find out more about the similarities and differences here.
Baseball is one of the most popular sports in the US. Here is an explanation of how the game works.
There are well over 100 minor league ballparks strewn across the United States. What if you could only visit ten of them?
Moses Fleetwood Walker was the first openly black person to play professional baseball. He did this 63 years before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier of Major League Baseball. Walker played during the 1880s.
Walter Camp is one of the most influential people in the history of American football. He was a player, coach, and important member of football rules committees. Camp developed the system of downs, line of scrimmage, points system, and more.
In his final public appearance, Jackie Robinson made a plea to Major League Baseball—figure out a way to get a Black man into a dugout as a manager. In this piece, discover how a wave of debate combined with Robinson's lingering influence to pressure MLB to ensure the hiring of a black manager.
The rich history of the San Francisco Giants is broken into five distinctive Eras. From the Mays, McCovey, Marichal Era of the 1960s to the Golden Era of the past decade. This article offers a unique perspective on the Giants' history in San Francisco.
Through his 15-year career, Michael Jordan was one of the most dominant players in the league. However, there were some that challenged his dominance. Here are five players that did.
After being spared relegation, SV Darmstadt 98 hoped to take advantage of its second chance. In doing so, the club won the hearts of neutrals as the club completed successive promotions and returned to the Bundesliga in 2015.
SV Darmstadt 98 achieved successive promotions in 2014 and 2015 to cap a remarkable turnaround. Relieve the early rocky road that included a stint in which the club nearly went bankrupt.
Only three cricketers in the history of Test cricket have batted at all eleven positions. In this article, we'll look at these players and crunch some numbers as well.
Liverpool FC had waited a long time for this moment and worked hard for this over the last few years as a team. This is what they've dreamed for years and were successful in ending the 30-year league title drought with the performance of a lifetime throughout the season.
The life of the legendary Matthew Hayden and his unmatchable World Cup feat of never being on the losing side. Will take you through all his 22 matches in World Cups, one by one.
The Blues have signed at least one player for more than £20 million in every season since 2011. The Chelsea owner hasn't been afraid to break the bank with the recently inflated transfer market value. Let us look at the five most expensive signings by the Blues.