After the Credits: Bull Durham

After the Credits: Bull Durham

Note to readers: “After the Credits” is a feature in which we take the best sports movies ever made, and giving our opinion on what happened to our favorite fictional characters after the movie ended. Previously, Josh speculated on The Natural, and Matt gave his opinion on Jerry Maguire. In this edition, both will give their opinions on the legendary minor league baseball movie, Bull Durham. –By Josh Suchon (@Josh_Suchon ) and Matt...

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Random Pro of the Week: Kyle Turley

Random Pro of the Week: Kyle Turley

In an effort to clear out the Throwback Attack DVR, I have started going through a ton of recorded games, features, documentaries and TV shows. (By the way, watch “Hatfields and McCoys” from History Channel. It’s incredible.) I finally got around to some of ESPN’s 30 for 30 series and just watched the Ricky Williams biopic “Run Ricky Run.” The hour-long story focuses on Ricky’s entrance and departure...

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After the Credits: Jerry Maguire

After the Credits: Jerry Maguire

Note to readers: In honor of Sports Illustrated’s recent “Where Are They Now” issue, we’ve decided to introduce a new feature. We’re taking the best sports movies ever made, and giving our opinion on what happened to our favorite fictional characters after the movie ended. The movie ends with the belief that all is good. Jerry and Dorothy live happily ever after, Rod Tidwell got his contract and little Ray has a great arm … for a...

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After The Credits: The Natural

After The Credits: The Natural

Note to readers: In honor of Sports Illustrated’s recent “Where Are They Now” issue, we’ve decided to introduce a new feature. We’re taking the best sports movies ever made, and giving our opinion on what happened to our favorite fictional characters after the movie ended.   –by Josh Suchon “Out of Ink”   We start with the movie The Natural. The final scene of the movie shows us Roy Hobbs, back...

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Major League Ballparks: No. 15 The Ballpark in Arlington

Major League Ballparks: No. 15 The Ballpark in Arlington

With Fenway Park celebrating its 100th anniversary and Dodger Stadium its 50th this year, our editor Matt Hurst, who was a baseball beat writer for four seasons in the mid-2000′s, takes a look at the ballparks he’s worked at in his life and ranks them from worst to first. We continue the series with No. 15 – The Ballpark in Arlington. To see the previously reviewed ballparks, click here. Let me start out by saying this: Whenever I saw...

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