Author | Paul Hoke

One week…and counting

September 04, 2011 | Paul Hoke

Finally… We’re finally just a week away from the start of the Baltimore Ravens’ 2011 season.  And a chance to erase the memories of that fateful January Sunday night in Pittsburgh, the NFL lockout, and the 14th consecutive summer without ANY meaningful baseball games in this city. A little over a month ago, it appeared […]

US Women deliver miracle

July 11, 2011 | Paul Hoke

I will always be able to say that I saw it.  I will always be able to say that I saw it with my son.  I will always be able to say that on July 10, 2011, I saw Abby Wambach deliver the greatest goal in United States Women’s Soccer history.  For that matter, one […]

Happy 4th of July!!! A Patriotic Around the Horn

July 03, 2011 | Paul Hoke

I love this country.  Always have.  Always will.  Are we perfect?  Of course not.  There are a lot of things in this country that we get wrong everyday.  But that’s what happens when you’re run by humans.  Humans aren’t perfect.  They aren’t without fail, and they aren’t mechanical devices.  But from where I sit, for […]

Happy 4th of July, from the US women’s soccer team

July 02, 2011 | Paul Hoke

The 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup will be entering the quarterfinal stage after the upcoming week, and thanks to a 3-0 win over a young and overmatched Colombian side, the United States women’s team will be a part of that conversation. Heather O’Reilly scored the first US goal 12 minutes in with an absolute laser […]

Interleague Play…I’m Done

July 02, 2011 | Paul Hoke

It was fun at first.  But now, it’s just another American fad that has run it’s course much like disco, stone-washed jeans, and the McRib.  And just like those relics from the past, it’s about time someone put Interleague Play to rest. For good. When introduced for the 1997 Major League Baseball season, Interleague Play […]

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