Babe of the Week: Maria Marino

The Babes love nothing more than a fellow Babe (and fellow New Jerseyan, sorry not sorry) who has worked hard to pave a way for herself in a male-dominated industry. We all know this shit is not easy, especially when the media only spends roughly 5% of their coverage on women’s sports. But that’s why we’re happy to have Maria Marino getting out there and … Continue reading Babe of the Week: Maria Marino

USA Fencing cannot hide Alen Hadzic

Over the past week, many articles came out about Team USA fencer Alen Hadzic. If you haven’t heard yet, here’s the long and short of it. It’s really quite simple: Alen Hadzic has a well-known reputation leading back to his days at Columbia University as a known sexual predator. So much so that he was forced to fly to Tokyo separately from other athletes and … Continue reading USA Fencing cannot hide Alen Hadzic

Why I’m Giddy: The First Ever All-Female MLB Broadcast

Well, it’s about damn time – the first ever all-female MLB broadcast is happening TONIGHT (July 20, 7p EST) during the Orioles-Rays game. This is a great news, historic, and long overdue. This actually might be the first baseball game I’ve ever watched in my life without hearing a man’s voice. I’m giddy. Here’s your #GirlPower lineup: – Melanie Newman, Play-by-Play – Alanna Rizzo, On-Field … Continue reading Why I’m Giddy: The First Ever All-Female MLB Broadcast

Babe of the Week: Paige Bueckers

Winning an ESPY is pretty cool, but Babe of the Week? Yeah, big week for Paige Bueckers. Paige took home the award for Best College Athlete (Women’s Sports) this past week at the ESPYs, and it was more than deserved. Paige is a stellar basketball player at UConn. Upon researching the young star’s career highlights, I got overwhelmed because she is that special of a … Continue reading Babe of the Week: Paige Bueckers

MLB’s Foreign Substance Crackdown is a Circus

It’s 2021 and the MLB has decided on its latest crackdown – foreign substances used by pitchers. Last night, Seattle Mariners pitcher Hector Santiago was ejected from the game for a foreign substance found on his glove – he certainly won’t be the last. New protocols just went into effect last week, stating that stating pitchers will be subjected to ejections and 10-game suspensions if … Continue reading MLB’s Foreign Substance Crackdown is a Circus