Author | Chad Lamasa

Fallen Star Game

July 12, 2011 | Chad Lamasa

Tonight is the MLB All Star Game.   Yawn!   I remember when I was a kid how much I looked forward to the All Star Game. There was nothing better than going to games at Memorial Stadium and punching out the dots for the players you were voting for, which for me was usually […]

An Open Letter To Ted Leonsis

May 27, 2011 | Chad Lamasa

Now that I’ve had a bit of time, to recover from the disheartening sweep, I looked back at the season and realized that Alex Ovechkin reached two significant career milestones this season, 600 points and 300 goals, placing him third all time on the Capitals list for goals and points, and fourth in assists, it got […]

Corralin’ The Colts

March 07, 2011 | Chad Lamasa

On March 6th, I attended Corralin’ The Colts at Martin’s West. The event was a fundraiser for Fourth & Goal, which is an organization run by former Colt Bruce Laird, that helps former players with medical bills among other things. The special guests were all members of the 1975-1977 Baltimore Colts teams, that won three […]

The Best Player in the NBA

February 22, 2011 | Chad Lamasa

The best player in the NBA is not LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, or even Kobe Bryant. Clearly,  it’s former Duke defensive standout,  Shelden Williams. How is that possible you ask? Well, he was a part of the trade that sent Carmelo Anthony to the New York Knicks. He was also traded for such talents as […]

The NHL Needs To Fix How Goals Are Scored

December 28, 2010 | Chad Lamasa

“We have instrumentation that we put into the system called Eye on the Ice that we monitor; (it) sends us signals all the time,” NHL ice chief Dan Craig said. “Every 15 minutes we’ll log and trend it so we can graph what’s happening on any given day. And every city we go to, we […]

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