Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 139: “Glengarry Glen Ross”
What if George Steinbrenner and Billy Martin sold real estate rather than run the New York Yankees? Would “closer” Goose Gossage still get coffee?
The Deep Six: “Old School” Rhythm Sections and Their Sporting Equivalents, Part II
Only at Dubsism can you learn about the link between The Rolling Stones and the Atlanta Braves, The Blues Brothers and the Minnesota Vikings, and The GoGos and the Olympics – and more…
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 116: “3:10 to Yuma”
Glenn Ford’s “Ben Wade” is trying to stay out of prison. So, what does he have in common with a Cuban pitcher?
Sports Analogies Hidden In Classic Movies – Volume 111: “Dreams”
The obscure dreams of legendary film maker Akira Kurosawa and a deranged sports blogger somehow involve an even more obscure Ron Gant reference.
Ask a 70’s TV Sports Anchor – Boyd Bergquist is Back!
Boyd is back dishing up his two-fisted opinions on the world of sports. If you can’t stand the heat, stay away from the “hot takes!”
Ask a 70’s TV Sports Anchor – Boyd Bergquist’s “Just Sayin'”
Do you like “hot” takes? Mr. Bergquist has some radioactive-level thoughts on some current events in sports.
Radio J-Dub, Volume 44 – The Post-Mother’s Day Baseball-Palooza
Now that we’re past Mother’s Day, we’ve got a great picture for the story lines which will drive the next five months of baseball season.
Is Derek Jeter The Greatest Yankee Ever? REDUX
To be honest, this question was posed on Dubsism two years ago by myself and Dick Marple, the Chairman of the Dubsism Advisory Board. You can see the original post … Continue reading
Is Derek Jeter The Greatest Yankee Ever?
Apologies in advance for the “Mothership“- style lead, but this question came up in a conversation and I really think it has some probative value. At first it sounds ridiculous, but … Continue reading
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