Alex Rodriguez became the latest prominent athlete or team to be on the receiving end of some serious shade in a deceased fan’s obituary.
Even though the Pittsburgh Steelers, by most accounts, enjoyed a relatively successful season, what with going 11-5 and winning the AFC North, an obituary for one big-time fan claims the death of an
Obviously, NASCAR fans are just like every other fan of every other sport (if auto racing should in fact be actually considered a sport, but that’s another debate for another time): Dedicated,
It certainly is not the first time the obituary of a recently deceased sports fan contained at least a mention of a lifelong devotion to a particular team.
Regardless of one’s personal feelings towards Joe Paterno and their individual opinion on how much the findings contained in the Freeh Report should affect his legacy, the fact remains that th
I heard about this story on Sunday courtesy of Twin Cities radio host Dan Barreiro’s Twitter account, but completely spaced writing anything about it — I blame the economy — but it
A Philadelphia Eagles fan took a brutal shot at his favorite NFL team with a dying wish, according to his obituary.
Jeffrey Clayton Riegel passed away at the age of 56 on Aug.
The New York Knicks have once again endured another one of the organization’s patented dysfunctional seasons.
The news that Russell Wilson would be absent from the Seattle Seahawks OTA session on Tuesday may not be as significant as many would suspect as sources tell Pro Football Talk that the quarterback
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Baseball lost a legend when Don Zimmer passed away at the age of 83 in Florida on Wednesday.
As a lifelong (and long-suffering) Minnesota Vikings fan it pains me to report that Emmertt Pearson, a fellow lifelong (and long-suffereing, albeit for much, much longer) Vikings fan, passed away at
There is no doubt that fans of the Alabama Crimson Tide football team live and die with their team.
From time to time, a story surfaces about an obituary that was written for a big-time sports fan who has shuffled off this mortal coil that contains a comical or bitter reference to a specific player
• Yeah, dying while competing in something called the World Sauna Championships is not the best way to go.
And no, I am not referring to the ravishing Barbara Bel Geddes, the character actress who portrayed “Miss Ellie” Ewing on Dallas.