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always made little sense to me why the ESPYs are held in the middle of summer (when, like, no one is watching TV) and not at the end of the year…when reflection on who did what over a given period of time is at its peak. Having said that, here’s who will be taking home hardware in my world this holiday season.
The NBA would like to say thanks to all the friendly, helpful, selfless, kind, supportive teammates around the league. All one of them. Please, accept this vague sculpture of two men tugging on each other as a token of our appreciation.
This year’s BBWAA awards made a bit of history in that they were televised for the first time. This wouldn’t be of any significance, except for the fact that BBWAA secretary/treasurer Jack O’Connell, the man who presented the awards, is the most painstakingly awkward human on the face of the planet.
The NBA season is past the half-way point already, and that means we get to make pronouncements about the first-half awards that should be handed out. You’ll probably take umbrage with a few of them, so make sure to bring the vitriol in the comment section.
Sports Illustrated has crowned Drew Brees as this year’s “Sportsman of the Year.”
Well, the somewhat inevitable happened yesterday: Felix Hernandez took home the A.L. Cy Young Award despite only winning 13 games for a bad team. And despite that he won the award with ease, press reaction was still mixed.