Tag: Coronavirus

The COVID Games

October 17, 2020 On the subject of some of those changes forced on us by the pandemic.  Things that might be nice to keep.  I'm a baseball guy.  There are three things from the Covid Games I really like.  None of which stand a chance of being kept.I loved the shortened season.  60 games.  Every game ...

Living Attendance

October 3, 2020 Things we never thought we'd see.  The Preakness Stakes was Saturday.  It's usually run in May.  Same for the Kentucky Derby, which was held in September.  The US Open tennis and golf tournaments took place in back to back weeks.  The summer Olympic games are scheduled to take place in an odd ...

Misery Loves Hope More

September 19, 2020 So how was your summer vacation? In the interests of misery loves company, I had elective surgery. A full knee replacement. And I learned that misery doesn't need company as much as it needs hope. Remember at the beginning of all of this there was so much skepticism over how sports would ...

Numbers that scare the NFL

August 1, 2020 These are the numbers that scare the hell out of the NFL today. 3-11-17. Those are the numbers of Miami Marlin baseball players who tested positive for Coronavirus over just two days. Going from 3. To 11. To 17. The team was shut down and the schedules of four other baseball teams ...

This Needs to Work

July 18, 2020 We are used to the playbook of sports in 2020. Empty arenas. Shortened seasons. Duct taped playoff systems. Bubbles. Hub locations. Crown a champion however you can. Try to make back a few of the millions of dollars you've lost. Lose less. But what if doesn't work. What if the virus gets ...