Posted on: July 26, 2009 12:21 pm
Edited on: July 26, 2009 12:25 pm
 

Top 2 MLB Ballparks

1. Coors Field- Home of the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies have been playing there since 1995, when it first opened it attracted many businesses. It has a lot of handicapped seats and lots of bathrooms. The stadium's capacity of seats is over 50,000, most of them have a great angle to watch to the game. Every game, all the fans want to see the Rockies play. It's also exciting the way the ball flys out of the ballpark because of the elevation. I read that a ball at Yankee stadium that landed at 400 feet, would be 440 feet at Coors Field. If you like high-scoring games come to Coors field.

2. PNC Park- Home to the Pittsburgh Pirates, very cheap tickets and is very beautiful place to play baseball. The newer ballparks offer great architecture including PNC Park. Every seat in the ballpark is a nice view. Even though the Pirates right now are one of the worst teams I would go to a Pirates game because of the atmosphere and not to mention they have amazing food to be offered.

Posted on: July 6, 2009 6:03 pm
 

NBA, MLB, NHL, NFL all-star weekends!!!!!!!!!!!!!

For me the best All-star weekend out of the sports is basketball because they have so many competitions for the players to be in, and it doesn't really screw up their shot like it does for the swings in baseball. Then, it would be the baseball all-star game because of they do the home run derby plus the all-star game is fun, but they should adjust the rules a little bit like making it not count for the World series and the voting. 3rd would be NHL because like basketball they have many competitions including speed and shooting.
Category: General
Posted on: July 6, 2009 6:02 pm
Edited on: July 8, 2009 7:04 pm
 

DUHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! Or even DOHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!

In sports the players make many mistakes or errors that they wish they could have back. These mistakes can come on the field and off (which are the ones that you hate to hear the most). When these situations happen, it's usually because the players are in a slump or their just not using their brains.










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Category: General
Posted on: June 17, 2009 10:27 pm
 

Donte' Stallworth

The Donte' Stallworth suspension should be around 3-4 games because that sentence is a lot when you think about it, over 1000 hours of community service, and the other details. Right now Goodell has a lot to do with Vick to figure out how long, or should we suspend him? 
Category: NFL
Posted on: June 15, 2009 11:34 am
Edited on: July 8, 2009 6:55 pm
 

Rising Sports Rivalries

MLB: Rays vs. Red Sox, teams that played against each other in the ALCS, both teams have home-field advantage.
NBA: Cavs vs. Lakers, or Lebron James vs. Kobe Bryant, always seems to be games where both Lebron and Kobe put up huge numbers.
NFL: Chicago vs. Minnesota, battle of some of the best line-of-scrimmage backs in the league, Matt Forte and Adrian Peterson.
NFL: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Philidalphia Eagles, this is an interpenn match up that will be really intresting if we end up seeing them both in Super Bowl XLIV it could very well happen. (Steagles)
NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Philidalphia Flyers, met in the playoffs so many times in the last few times.
Category: General
 
 
 
 
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