Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 132: “No Time For Sergeants”
Ben Whitledge was drafted into the Air Force, but he wanted to be traded to the Army. If only he could catch a knuckle-ball…
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 94: “The African Queen”
Could Donn Clendenon sink a German gunboat with just a Louisville Slugger?
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 90: “A Woman Called Golda”
There can’t be a connection between Ingrid Bergman and the New York Mets…can there? Perhaps if Anwar Sadat owned the New York Yankees…
The Deep Six: Under-Appreciated Baseball Realities Coming Into The Home Stretch
The title is fairly self-explanatory…six stories about baseball nobody is really taking about.
Tim Tebow Is Doing Exactly What He Was Supposed To Do
Forget about batting average, home runs, or “esoteric statistics.” Tim Tebow is killing it in a very important category.
Radio J-Dub, Volume 23 – The “Back to Basics” Edition
J-Dub calls for an end to “Homerism” before something really ugly happens in this country, takes a look at why this upcoming World Series might be the most interesting we’ve … Continue reading
The 10 Worst Baseball Pennant Race Collapses – The Red Sox Weren’t The Worst, Just The Most Fun
Given what happened the other night, there’s a lot of superlatives being bandied about…while the Red Sox and Braves both managed a serious dose of “epic fail,” neither of them … Continue reading
Dubsism on Cubsism
First, let me define the concept of Cubsism. Named for the Chicago Cubs, Cubsism is an ideaology that permeates a sports franchise. It is characterized by the ability to be essentially … Continue reading
Ten Things I Hate About Sports Right Now
Editor’s Note: This article is a collaborative effort between Dubsism and Ryan Meehan from First Order Historians. Ryan also has his own blog, East End Philadelphia, which is featured in … Continue reading
What The Dubsists Thought…