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'
Now that the Angels have shown who the boss is in the AL West, whipping the stunned Athletics six times in the past 10 days to take a commanding 5-game lead into Labor Day, our attention [...]
The three-game series between the Athletics and Angels provided some good drama this past weekend, and guess what. The two AL West rivals get only three days “off” before going at it again – this time [...]
One thing expanded replay in the Major Leagues this season was expected to do was reduce the amount of ejections. That was the case during the first month of the six-month marathon, but not so much [...]
One: It’s hard to determine exactly who the top 125 golfers in the world are but this week’s field in The Barclays – the first of four PGA playoff tournaments – comes close. Injured Tiger Woods [...]
You can argue until the cows come home that the Angels have the most dangerous lineup in the AL West, if not the entire West Coast and even the Major Leagues. But ever since the All-Star [...]
The dust has settled following the non-waiver trade deadline and of all the West Coast teams, the American League West Division-leading Athletics made the most headlines, especially trading their cleanup hitter for a starting pitcher. General [...]
Buckle up and enjoy some California-dreaming two-team races to the finish in both West Coast divisions. With two-plus months remaining in the regular season, four of the five California-based teams (sorry, Padres) are in the hunt [...]
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 [...]