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The Game that Never Was: Parker, Hunsinger, and the 1954 Grey Cup
Matthew Bin - Nov 22, 2019

Exclusive to Last Word on Sports – an excerpt from the new book on CFL history, Heroes of the CFL: 1955-75, by Matthew Bin and Kevin Myles. The focus of this excerpt is the 1954 Grey Cup. Sixty-five years ago, the Edmonton Eskimos met the heavily-favoured Montreal Alouettes in the 1954 Grey Cup game at […]



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Matthew Wolff
54-Hole Leader Matthew Wolff on Precipice of U.S. Open History
Lukas Weese - Sep 19, 2020

With a win, Wolff becomes the youngest major winner since Tiger Woods (1997 Masters) and the youngest U.S. Open champion since Bobby Jones (1923).

Taylor Pendrith
Canadian Taylor Pendrith Embracing Inaugural U.S. Open Experience
Lukas Weese - Sep 18, 2020

After shooting a one-over 71 in the opening round, Pendrith scrambled to shoot a four-over 74 on Friday. Depending on how the golfers perform in the afternoon wave, Pendrith will likely make the cut at his debut major championship. 

Cleveland Spiders
The Lovable Cleveland Spiders

The Lovable Cleveland Spiders Lovable Losers It is human nature to want the best. And why not? What is wrong with striving to get to the top? Absolutely nothing. But, there is something to be said for being the worst. There is a certain lovable quality to hanging around at the bottom. The Ford Pinto, […]

Orioles
No One Expected the Orioles To Be Competing

No One Expected Orioles to Compete With less than a quarter of the season left, no one expected the Baltimore Orioles to be competing for a playoff spot. Getting swept by the New York Yankees last weekend didn’t help their chances. However, although unlikely, an Oriole winning streak and a Yankee or a Toronto Blue […]

Justin Thomas
Justin Thomas Clubhouse Leader after First Round at U.S. Open
Lukas Weese - Sep 17, 2020

Justin Thomas shot an opening-round 65 at the 120th U.S. Open.

West Ham
West Ham United and the Continuous Sapping of Optimism in East London

There have been so many reasons why football in its current Covid-laced state – without fans – is a bit bland. There’s no real atmosphere – however much they pump in fake crowd noise – to aid a sterile game and augment a great one. There’s no roar, yell, or rally cry after a fourth […]

Gerrit Cole
Gerrit Cole Finding Rhythm With Familiar Face Behind the Plate

Although the adage from baseball players is that they are simply playing a kids’ game, it is still their job. Like any job, one day at work can make or break a player’s mood, depending on how work goes. As a smile spread across the face of Gerrit Cole throughout his post-game Zoom press conference, […]

Diamondbacks Trades
Arizona Diamondbacks 2020 Trades and Releases: Before and After

Diamondbacks 2020 Trades and Releases: Before and After The 2020 season has been a disappointment for the Arizona Diamondbacks and their fans – and that’s putting it mildly. There were rightfully lofty expectations going in, but the team struggled out of the gate. Any time these types of seasons happen, players leave, either via trade […]