Two for Tuesday: Con...

“Made in China.” Sound all too familiar? China usually comes to mind when thinking of outsourced manufacturing. The Chinese manufacture and export everything from shoes to personal computers. However, Latin America is quickly becoming the next big market to watch out for, as their...

Wisdom.Applied Wednesday: Sports in South America Oct08

Wisdom.Applied Wedne...

Everybody knows that soccer, or better “futbol,” is the most popular sport in Latin America (and the world). About 3.2 billion people watched at least a minute of the World Cup in 2010. The truth is Latin Americans are fans of more than just soccer. Other common sports like baseball,...

Trending News Monday: Brands and Fans Pay Their #Re2pect Sep29

Trending News Monday...

As the national pastime, baseball pulls at the heartstrings of Americans everywhere. Teams become the source of pride; players become heroes. “Baseball creates legends,” at least according to the classic video game, Triple Play ’99. And over the weekend, one of those legends...

Funny Friday: Soccer...

Ann Coulter has called shenanigans on soccer in her The Clarion Ledger post. Ridiculous? @TheTweetofGod thinks so. Ann Coulter’s column about how soccer is an example of the decay of America, is an example of the decay of America. http://t.co/nxbNxddNFG — God (@TheTweetOfGod) June 26, 2014...

Throwback Thursday: A History of Baseball Jun19

Throwback Thursday: ...

Today’s Throwback Thursday, and we’re throwing it all the way to 1846. The first official U.S.A. baseball game was played on June 19th, 1846 in Hoboken, NJ against New York Knickerbockers and the New York Base Ball Club. (I learned this fun little courtesy of a game of trivia with a few...