In the social-media driven society of today, it is commonplace for scammers and catfish to make their ways around, trying to con people out of their money and followers. Even in such a dangerous place as the internet in this day, it is still extremely rare for a major corporation or company to fall for a con-artist’s tricks. When it does happen, it is considered … Continue reading Sarah Phillips: The Mystery Woman that ESPN Hired
On Friday, May 1, 2020, ESPN aired a documentary about NFL quarterback Alex Smith on its series E:60. This documentary showed the process Smith had to go through just to walk again after his gruesome leg injury in the Washington Redskins’ Week 11 home game against the Houston Texans. In the game, Smith was sacked halfway through the fourth quarter. With two Texans falling on … Continue reading Looking at the Coincidences Between Alex Smith and Joe Theismann
On April 26, 2020, Ben Porter (@Ben13Porter) shared the following story on Twitter: He followed it up with this tweet: According to this article, a player by the name of “Wild Bill” Setley recalled an 1893 game in the Atlantic League between his team from Allentown, Pennsylvania, and Pottsville, Pennsylvania. Setley remembered the game going to 11 innings tied 2-2 before his teammate, Mike Kilroy, … Continue reading Did a Baseball Game End with a Score of 2 1/2 to 2?