Author: Daniel Bittle II

162 Game Marathon of Greatness: Coming Soon

As I sit here and reminisce on my love for sports one thing comes to mind. The smell of the grass, the crack of the bat, the noise a fastball makes when it hits a catchers glove coming from the mound and the umpire giving a loud strike three call. It’s that time again that half of the Major League Baseball teams meet in Florida and the other half in Arizona for spring training and the start of another 162 game baseball season. Some might say that the season is too long and some might say the game is...

Read More

No-No, You Wont Hit on Me, Bye Felecia

The weather was perfect and as usual, the crowd was pouring into the stadium by the pack. The stadium never seemed able to fill up, even though traffic outside would be bumper-to-bumper up until the third inning. June 18, 2014 was not going to be just any day for me and the two gents with whom I was watching this Dodgers v. Rockies game. When you go to the ballpark, it’s normal to hear people talking about who’s pitching, who’s hitting well, and of course, which players are racking up points for fantasy teams. But you never hear any conversations...

Read More

SoCal’s Only Hope: Sir Stanley

California’s Silver and black are back, and we are not talking about the LA Raiders. We are talking about the LA Kings whom have taken over hockey in a place where ice is a geographic phenomenon. The 2014 NHL playoffs are among the best in the history of the game with 7 series going to 7 games. The Kings have gone the distance in each and every one of their series to get to the Stanley Cup Final in a bid to drink from the cup. The Kings first round opponent the San Jose sharks jumped out in to...

Read More

California Chrome and the Triple Crown Journey

Whether you were an I’ll Have Another, Big Brown, Smarty Jones, Funny Cide, or War Emblem fan, nothing feels quite like being a California Chrome fan at this very moment. The mentioned horses all had something special and came close to that glorious and elusive Triple Crown that we have been waiting to celebrate for 36 years. DAP stands for Dumbass people, which is what Perry Martin and Steve Coburn were called when they purchased a horse that would eventually breed California Chrome. Chrome has been the face of horse racing since his outstanding performance at the Santa Anita...

Read More

Bigots, Crack Heads and Crab Thief’s, North America we have a problem!

This week has not let us down when it comes to unexplainable news by any means. The Witch and The Bigot made headlines in LA when The Witch released a tape without consent of the racist Bigot. That was resolved with a lifetime ban and a $2.5 million dollar fine. Then you got the Heisman winning quarterback who is as hungry as Shabazz Napier, but he wouldn’t go to bed hungry, no, no, no, not Jameis he’d rather steal crabs and lose his draft stock! Sounds exactly right about what you should be doing as a future number one...

Read More