Month: July 2016

Let Me B-Frank Podcast: July 27

Pete and John discuss baseball’s annual Battle for Chicago, Michael Jordan’s newfound social activism, and the best press conferences in sports history. Tune in to hear about the Cubs and Sox at the trade deadline, the Chris Sale saga, and the guys’ expectations for this weekend’s PGA Championship! Subscribe to the Let Me B-Frank podcast and follow us on letmebfrankblog.com to to stay ahead of the curve with unfiltered sports knowledge brought to you every Wednesday. https://letmebfrankblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/let-me-b-frank-7-26.m4a https://media.blubrry.com/let_me_b_frank/p/letmebfrankblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/let-me-b-frank-7-26.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShare this:PrintTweetEmailLike this:Like...

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Let Me B-Frank Podcast: July 20

Pete, Brian, and John discuss Henrik Stenson’s historic run in the Open Championship, different curses in the sports world, and a new addition to all your favorite weekly segments. Tune in to hear about the Curse of the Colonel, the top jerseys in sports, and a great week of WNBA games! Subscribe to the Let Me B-Frank podcast and follow us on letmebfrankblog.com to to stay ahead of the curve with unfiltered sports knowledge brought to you every Wednesday. https://letmebfrankblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/let-me-b-frank-7-191.m4a     https://media.blubrry.com/let_me_b_frank/p/letmebfrankblog.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/let-me-b-frank-7-191.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSShare this:PrintTweetEmailLike this:Like...

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The NHL says "Welcome" to Fabulous Las Vegas

The league announced just prior to their draft that Las Vegas would be the new expansion city, it was chosen over Quebec City. The NHL will essentially become the guinea pig for the rest of the big four sports to see if Las Vegas is a sustainable location for a professional franchise. Las Vegas has been a really intriguing option for many years now, as it was the largest city in the US without a major four sports team. With a population just north of 600,000 and about 42 million visitors per year, Vegas could be an absolute cash...

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Mickelson Ties Record With 63

Phil opened his Open Championship weekend up with a near record 62 as his final putt at 18 rimmed out. First, let me say that I am not at all a Phil Mickelson fan (despite being a lefty), he is a smug bastard who thinks way too highly of himself for being a golfer who was caught for insider trading…That being said, watching him miss that last putt was pure gold. The guy got cocky before the putt went down and went into celebration mode, only to be stunned as the ball took a right turn, just missing the...

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Who's Who? Comparing Top Athletes to WWE Superstars

It is very clear that the WWE has a different style of audience than other professional sports. Its soap opera style and sometimes cheesy dialogue is not for everyone. Other professional leagues have a following based on the accessibility  of the sport as well as the overwhelming media coverage. As a huge fan of both realms of entertainment I decided to compare the top players in sports to their wrestling counterparts. Lebron James and Dolph Ziggler This comparison is based on location and work ethic. Dolph is the pride of Ohio and has recently been inducted into the Kent State University...

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