Visiting Baseball Stadiums On Your Bucket List

Major League Baseball is one month into its’ 2017 Regular Season. And, it’s that time of the year when sports fan bases across North America not only mark their calendars for ballgames that they’re willing to pay to see in person, but also a time when fans look forward to potentially visiting a new ballparkContinue reading “Visiting Baseball Stadiums On Your Bucket List”

Farewell August

“Pink sky at night sailor’s delight; pink sky in morning sailor’s warning.” I look to the mixed-pink summer sky watching the sun set to the west here on the East Coast. As the soothing sky blushes for its admirers — immediately I can only think of the sailor’s rhyme my father used to enthusiastically tellContinue reading “Farewell August”

San Jose Sharks Sign Fan For A Day

Back in March of 2014, the San Jose Sharks really set themselves and the NHL apart from other professional leagues and teams in North America. The Sharks signed 17-year old (then) Sam Tageson to an official NHL contract with the organization for one day. Tageson had been diagnosed with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and was toldContinue reading “San Jose Sharks Sign Fan For A Day”

A Friendly Reminder: Jersey Hung Up At ‘The Rock’

As you walk in or out of the south side tower at the Prudential Center behind the escalators there’s a wall full of college hockey jerseys hanging on display from all around the state of the New Jersey. It was a tribute done by the New Jersey Devils towards hockey in Jersey. I no longerContinue reading “A Friendly Reminder: Jersey Hung Up At ‘The Rock’”

Opening Day In New York

The MLB season may be too long and seem to drag on forever, but whether you’re a baseball fan of any team or none at all, there’s one day that brings a unique atmosphere and excitement to cities all over the U.S. It’s a day that portrays pride, laughs, cheers, and spontaneous smiles. It’s aContinue reading “Opening Day In New York”

A Young Winnipeg Jets Fan Gives Girl Signed Stick At Game

Random acts of kindness always seem to not only amaze me, but inspire as well. What’s even more inspiring is witnessing young sports fans, hockey fans, do something extraordinary like nine-year-old Keaton Hamin displayed recently. Young Hamin was at a Winnipeg Jets game when he just so happened to have won a give away contest,Continue reading “A Young Winnipeg Jets Fan Gives Girl Signed Stick At Game”

Dean Smith Left $200 For His Former Players In His Will

It was made apparent yesterday that former and legendary UNC basketball coach Dean Smith, who passed away recently, left $200 for all of his former players from UNC. Each of his players received a letter in the mail that they had been left $200 from their former coach with the notation, “Dinner Out.” I wasContinue reading “Dean Smith Left $200 For His Former Players In His Will”

Celebrate, It’s Spring

There are still patches of snow scattered across your front lawn looking like random ice bergs in a sea of green, but they’re now melting away. The dark and cold Winter some of us may have experienced is beginning to fade, and the Sun now knows it’s time to start hanging around longer into theContinue reading “Celebrate, It’s Spring”

Lights: Relationships

It’s a never ending space with an abundance of lights…stars. Some are brighter than others, and a few tend to catch your eye for some unexplained reason. Most, but not all, of those lights we see in this never ending space burn out over time. They come and go – just like people in ourContinue reading “Lights: Relationships”