Calling a player you don't like a girl's name is sexist. There's no reason for the commissioner or anyone else to pretend otherwise.
Muse Seymour's insight:
A great response from Sean Gentille and good work by Jesse Spector and Sarah Kwak to continue pushing the issue. Calling a player a girl or female name or whatever is absolutely sexist, misogynistic, and utterly idiotic. It is not the same as saying, "you suck", and if you think it is you are part of the problem.
San Jose Sharks center Joe Thornton is firing back after general manager Doug Wilson told season-ticket holders that Thornton was stripped of the team captaincy because the pressure and stress became too much.
When we look at player value, it's not enough to look at what an individual player contributes. Context is necessary to determine a player's impact on his team. These are the 10 most irreplaceable players for 2015, in the context of the playoff race.
This is a pretty cool home video of a bunch of guys sitting around in fedoras and smoking cigars while watching a Cubs game at Wrigley Field, shot in either 1937 or 1938. The video belongs to the Chicago Film Archive and has been up on their website since 2012, but was only put on YouTube this week. DNAinfo explains a bit about who the cameraman was:
We learned yesterday that Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera underwent surgery on Wednesday to remove bone spurs from his right ankle and repair a stress fracture to the navicular bone in his foot. Everyone was caught off guard by the extent of his injuries.
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