Few names in Australian sport are as recognisable, respected or renowned as that of Bradman. It’s a name associated with greatness, determination, passion and class, and one which brings with these characteristics a level of humbleness unrivalled for such incredible achievement.
You certainly don’t need a doctorate in societal studies to realize the world is a pretty miserable place right now, as it collectively battles its way through a crisis unlike any it has seen since World War II.
Around this time each year, it’s usually pretty hard to wipe the smile off my face.
There’s been plenty to talk about since MLB Spring Training’s Grapefruit League and Cactus League exhibition games started nine days ago in Florida and Arizona respectively.
Spring Training exhibition games started just four days ago, yet the amount of unexpected headlines within Major League Baseball this week has been nothing short of bewildering.
The fallout from the Houston Astros’ 2017 cheating saga took yet another very interesting turn this week, with former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Mike Bolsinger launching legal action against the Astros organisation.
With bowl season coming to an end and many collegiate football stars declaring for the draft, NFL teams are beginning to have a clear idea of who they should target to improve their rosters.
Yesterday, via Twitter, I openly invited current or former MLB or MiLB players to message me privately their thoughts on the Astros cheating saga which remains the hottest topic in baseball.
Much like the second half of 2018 and 2019 in its entirety, the 2020 season will bring with it far more losses than wins for the rebuilding Baltimore Orioles.