Where there is trading, there is bleeding, and nothing draws the sharks like blood in the water. That’s why were here to make it safe to talk about baseball again.
Broken down to their base elements, sports and cinema are just sub-genres of entertainment; they both contain drama, conflict, and suspense. Great directors understand that.
The bottom line is trading in baseball is a shark-eat-shark world; some sharks do the eating, and some sharks get eaten.
Which NFL coach is about to get a “permanent intermission?”
A “What if?” aimed at what might happen if we re-cast certain classic characters with some from the world of sports?
The American and the British are two sets of sports fans separated by their mangling of a common language, as is evidenced by the bizarre names they give their teams.
The annual Dubsism salute to giant predatory fish and how they compare to the shark-tank that is the baseball trading deadline. Now with SHARKNADO!
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