I'm English. I have lived in the US since 2009. I am a big baseball and football fan. I know quite a bit about my teams and the seasons I've seen since moving here but nothing before that. [more inside]
I'm interested in finding a site / YouTube channel / similar portal that shows only the "action" portion of sporting events. For example, a Youtube channel that would edit out all of the footage from NFL games, showing only the time when the clock was running. MLB has clips of key pitches/hits on their site (as does the NFL), but not the whole game from what I can find. Can anyone point me in the right direction of a full game trimmd down to only the "action"?
Who do the Canadian Maritimes root for in the major sports? [more inside]
I'd like to aquire a working knowledge of sports teams/sports players, but I don't know where to start.
I'd like to acquire a working knowledge of sports teams/sports players, but I don't know where to start. [more inside]
We want to replace our cable TV with a Mac Mini. We watch mostly documentaries, cooking shows and cartoons. She loves cheesy horror movies, and I love baseball and pro football. Apart from Netflix, what do we need to live cable-free?
Please explain to me why Major League Baseball is exempt from antitrust laws while no other sports leagues are. [more inside]
I'm looking for an AM/FM/HD radio to tune in to the Sawx or the Pats when I'm working downtown Baaawstin on Sundays. [more inside]
Are there any professional athletes that maintain a blog during the sports season? [more inside]