Tennis Racquets

I typically play tennis around three times per week… I use the Head Ti-S6 tennis racquet (pictured below), which has a very light and stiff titanium-matrix composite frame.   When the racquet was introduced five years ago, it cost approximately $250.  Today,

Bombers .vs. Cyclones

Scott and I caught the first game of the ECHL division finals between the Dayton Bombers and Cincinnati Cyclones at the “Nutt House” on Sunday evening.  While the Bombers came out on the short-end of the 5-4 game, it was

Goldberg – Jewish Warrior

An interesting feature article about Bill Goldberg in American Jewish Life magazine.  For those of you not familiar with Goldberg, he made his fame playing the role of a wrestler in the WCW bouts.  Some interesting excerpts from the interview:

Blue Jackets Lose Again

I almost forgot to note… Len and I went to the Sunday matinee game at Nationwide Arena where the Columbus Blue Jackets played the Detroit Red Wings… and lost 4 to 1.  Since the Red Wings are now ‘America’s Team’

Tennis Number 1, Federer Loses Again

Guillermo Canas has beaten the “unbeatable” Roger Federer for the second time… in less than a month! Canas, who was formerly banished from tennis for drug violations, beat the world No. 1 for the second time this month, winning 7-6 (2), 2-6,

More “Compassionate” Sports

Update – A few weeks ago, I wrote how sports have turned into social engineering exercises in many communities… Dennis Prager recently wrote a story about keeping score at a little league baseball game.  The important issue is that one team

NAHL Hockey Game

I went with Joe Knecht last night to catch a North American Hockey League (NAHL) game in Youngstown, Ohio.   The game we attended featured the Mahoning Valley Phantoms versus the Springfield Junior Blues.  It was a good quality game with each team