By MIKE HERNDON While a couple of all-time greats got inducted into the baseball Hall of Fame, the other big story out of Major League Baseball over the last week involved a star pitcher who found his team’s 1976 throwback jerseys… Read More ›
Month: July 2016
Celebrate The Kid
Like automaker factories building vehicles on an assembly line, the United States of America possesses the infrastructure to routinely produce top athletes. Well, maybe that statement needs a little correction – the United States can generate top quality athletes in… Read More ›
Never let the backup get in the game
Tom Brady decided to pass on taking his appeal to the Supreme Court, which also means he has come to grips with the fact that he will sit out the first four games of the upcoming NFL season. Obviously, this… Read More ›
The shoegazer’s guide to discipline in the SEC
By MIKE HERNDON Alabama’s Cameron Robinson and Hootie Jones will not miss any game time after they were arrested for marijuana possession and, in Robinson’s case, possession of a stolen gun. Four Auburn players who were arrested on marijuana charges in… Read More ›
Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant – Who ya got?
Apparently, two future Hall of Fame players practically starting and ending their NBA careers at the same time bring on inevitable comparisons such as who had the better career, or who would you rather have on your team? Since this… Read More ›
NBA Free Agency Drama
This year’s NBA free agency produced some high quality drama. As one would expect from this genre, the main ingredients such as temptation, disrespect, and desperation were on display. Get ready to subscribe to next year’s NBA season. Here are… Read More ›
Podcast Number One
For the first podcast recorded to post on SportsChasers.com, Mike Herndon and Michael Day recap the NBA Finals, Cleveland’s incredible title run that featured LeBron’s amazing play, and give their opinions about next year’s NBA season.
What a swim dad learned from the Olympic trials
Ashton Ellzey By MIKE HERNDON As the father of two competitive swimmers, I and my household have been watching a good bit of the U.S. Olympic swimming trials as Michael Phelps, Katie Ledecky, Missy Franklin, Ryan Lochte and hundreds of… Read More ›