It is early February and still cold throughout many parts of the country; however, college baseball teams are gearing up for their season’s to begin this Friday. Here are a few of the major tournaments that will undoubtedly be making headlines in the college baseball world over the next few weeks.
As the seemingly endless saga for a temporary home for the Raiders continues, new reports now have the team working with Tucson, Arizona and Birmingham, Alabama to split hosting duties for the 2019 season.
It might be the best sandwich you never heard of it, but it is yours to be devoured when visiting St. Louis. The St. Paul sandwich ranks amongst the city’s unique eats that include fried ravioli, Provel cheese, slingers, and gooey butter cake.
After having an anti-trust lawsuit filed against them and the NFL by the City of Oakland, it appears the days of the Silver and Black in Oaktown may not be over just yet.
In terms of getting an advantage, most sports pundits maintain that there is a big lift for teams playing in their home stadium. It is, however, a question, that is debated by statisticians and sports historians, with some claiming that it doesn’t give as big an advantage as perceived by conventional wisdom. In the end though, there is no doubting that some teams do better surrounding by their fans, as the records simply speak for themselves.
The Corn Palace might just be one of the most unique places for college and high school hoops. The building features exterior murals made of corn, Russian-style onion domes, and a section of theater-style seats.