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The Sports Hernia

http://thesportshernia.typepad.com/

Sports often take themselves too seriously, and athletes even more so. Fortunately, The Sports Hernia is here to poke fun at some of the most interesting goings-on in the world of sports.

Do not pull Putin's finger right now
by hameljaime@yahoo.com (Jaime Hamel) over 3 years ago
Ranger diehard can't get enough of advanced metrics
by hameljaime@yahoo.com (Jaime Hamel) over 3 years ago


The Sports Cubicle

http://thesportscube.blogspot.com/

The Sports Cubicle has earned acclaim as one of the finest sports discussion blogs around as a result of mastermind blogger Jose's almost maniacal adoration of athletics. Such fixation on sports doesn't make Jose into a Napeoleon-like figure, but rather his posts reflect the same brand of passion and rigor that have propelled many an athlete and coach to greatness. Myriad sports comprise the fodder of the Cubicle, and Jose gets around to all the major contests.

Ernie Banks (1931-2015)
by The Sports Cubicle over 2 years ago
NFC Championship Game: Never Underestimate The Heart Of A Champion!!
by The Sports Cubicle almost 3 years ago

First Round Bye

http://firstroundbye.blogspot.com/

Too many sports blogs believe that bang-pow-slam graphics and photos can make up for a dearth of quality content. First Round Bye ditches gimmicks, as shown in its bone-clean design interface, and concentrates rather on first-rate analysis of the architecture of athletic competition. The posts dissect and analyze how contests are set up, and also debate their fairness and practicality. What's more, the blog brings this in-depth coverage to a wide variety of sports favored internationally.


Autistic Sports Nerd

http://theautisticsportsnerdsblog.blogspot.com/

The incredibly endearing helmsman of this site truly does own the blog title's affliction but still manages to write with charm about the sports scene. Athletics fans, read one post and become addicted.


Deadspin

http://deadspin.com/

Come to Deadspin for unfiltered, shamelessly opinionated takes on the latest in major professional sports. The writing is always as excellent as it is heated.

Ian Desmond's Cautionary Tale Keeps Getting Sadder
by Tom Ley over 1 year ago
Minnesota Suspends Three Players After One Tweets Sex Tapes
by Barry Petchesky over 1 year ago

NY Sports Fans

http://ny-sportsfans.com/

The Big Apple is home to some of the world's most beloved teams and athletes. Get the inside scoop here on Gotham sports.


State of the Sport

http://www.stateofthesport.com/

Educate yourself on the state of affairs in contemporary athletics here. The major sports acronyms all benefit from high quality coverage on the blog.


Boston Sports Then and Now

http://boston.sportsthenandnow.com/

Beantown athletics have been storied for the legends and lackluster players alike. Let this blog give you a full-scale critique on sports in Boston with insightful posts.

Vintage Athlete Of The Month: Joe Cronin
by Dan Flaherty over 3 years ago
Vintage Athletes Of The Month: Mike Eruzione & Jim Craig (VIDEO)
by Dan Flaherty over 3 years ago

Sports Glory

http://sports-glory.com/profiles/blog/list

Avail yourself of a wealth of great sports blogs on helmsman Richard's inclusive page. Many great online sportswriters contribute timely articles here.


Sports and Senseless Banter

http://ssbanter.blogspot.com/

Blogger Kevin lends his rampant yet appreciable opinion on all things sports to his blog. He doesn't shy away from the vulgar and raw, either.


Leafscentral

http://leafscentral.ca/

Whether or not you're Canadian, hockey lovers of all sorts will flock to this puck-happy page. The coverage of the Canuck sports scene is quite sharp.


Sports on a Dime

http://sportsonadime.com/

Reading about sports online is free -- paying to see them live can leave you bankrupt. This blog reveals some legitimate tips to saving on seeing athletes in the flesh.

Boston Red Sox World Series tickets on the rise
by March Madness almost 4 years ago

Decipher the Propoganda

http://decipherthepropaganda.blogspot.com/

A Harvard kid and budding sportswriter pens intelligent and well-chosen posts on this page. Those who want more brain than brawn in their sports blogs will enjoy.


Sports Rip

http://www.sportsrip2.blogspot.com/

As the title hints, this blog looks to get to the marrow in the bones of the athletic scene. The writers here practically use a scalpel to break down the game.



Denver Sports Rant

http://denversportsrant.com/dsr/

Sports in the Mile High City has never gotten as fair a shake as athletics in NY or LA. This blog page gives the athletics scene there its overdue coverage.


My Secret Boston

http://mysecretboston.com/behind-the-bleachers

Here's a secret: the Patriots and Celtics are not everything in Boston sports. This blog sheds the light on this fact with many insightful postings.



Sports Jobs

http://www.workinsports.com/sports-jobs.asp

Tired of watching from the sidelines, but not fit enough to score a touchdown? Let this blog meet you in the middle and field you great sports job to apply to.

Product Support Lead - Sports Media
over 2 years ago
Research Analyst - Sports Media
over 2 years ago


Upstate NY Sports

http://vandelinder.wordpress.com/

In the Empire State, attention is inevitably directed to its capital. This blog diverts your attention to New York's equally bustling sports scene up north.



Goaltastic

http://blogs.loughboroughecho.net/goaltastic/

Get your soccer on, hot and fresh, with this vivid page. Authentic fans hail this site as the midfielder of the soccer blogosphere.


The Blog That Boredom Built

http://tbtbb.blogspot.com/

Sometimes twiddling your thumbs can lead to good things. Eric's blog exemplifies this -- the doldrums brought about this unendingly interesting page.

Richard Pitino Screws Up Again
by Erik Voldness over 1 year ago
Twins Free Agents and Projected Payroll
by Erik Voldness almost 2 years ago