This is a gathering place to talk about sports beyond golf. After all, we can’t help ourselves. We spent our lifetimes covering a wide range of events, from the Olympics to the NCAAs, from World Series to Super Bowls. We have a passion for golf and a tendency to offer opinions on all sports. We enjoy the debate. Think of this space as folks just sitting around a table, maybe a cold one in our hands, and letting loose.
Archive for 'Beyond Golf'
One: For the third week in a row, we have a major championship on our hands, beginning Thursday. And once again, Great Britain is the focus. Two weeks after the Women’s British Open – and the [...]
Less than two weeks remain until the July 31 non-waiver trade deadline and the Angels beat their AL West rivals to the punch by trading for Padres closer Huston Street. The way GW sees it, the [...]
The “mythical” first-half of the MLB season (all teams have played at least 93 games) is behind us and it’s time to look ahead to the “mythical” second half in the West. Just a month after [...]
There was no relief in San Diego or Seattle on Sunday when the All-Star Game rosters were announced. Padres closer Huston Street was not selected to the National League roster and Mariners game-ender Fernando Rodney was not [...]
There might not be anything better for a baseball fan than to watch the final inning of a no-hitter. That opportunity presented itself again last Wednesday afternoon when Giants right-hander Tim Lincecum retired the Padres in [...]
It isn’t often that a team can play .500 baseball over a 10-game period and still climb into the top spot in the world-acclaimed GW Power Rankings. But that’s exactly what has happened in the wacky [...]
(Editor’s note: For the first time in 69 years, something is missing this Father’s Day – my dad. He passed passed away on Jan. 23 of this year and in a salute to him, here is a [...]
The big news coming out of San Francisco this past weekend had less to do with the Giants sweeping the Mets in a three-game series and improving their home record to 22-9 and much more about [...]
The Mariners have one of the best one-two starting rotation punches in the Major Leagues with Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma, but with the way veteran right-hander Chris Young (5-2) is pitching, especially at home, and [...]
The Houston Astros have a long way to go before they return to any playoff contender conversation, but they have a couple of great story lines early in the season. Starting pitcher Dallas (shouldn’t he be [...]