Swing over at noon, when we’ll have esteemed TV critic Alan Sepinwall by for a chat about the updated new edition of his (terrific) book The Revolution Was Televised and whatever else is on your mind.
It’s a beautiful autumn afternoon, a fine time to yak. What’s on your mind?
We’re joined by Molly Knight, author of The Best Team Money Can Buy: The Los Angeles Dodgers’ Wild Struggle to Build a Baseball Powerhouse. She’s in the comments below, ready to answer your questions about whatever you’d like to talk about.http://www.amazon.com/The-Best-Team-...
It's a lazy Friday afternoon and we're just shooting the breeze anyway, so come shoot it with us.
It's been a long week and we're pretty much done, so rather than working, we're going to hang out in the comments and answer any questions you might have for us. Let's do it.
Swing by at 3:00 (Eastern) to talk with Frankie Edgar, former UFC 155 lb. champion, current featherweight contender, and all-around good dude.
Do stop by at 11:30 Eastern to chat with Dave Zirin—sports editor at The Nation and author of new book Brazil's Dance with the Devil: The World Cup the Olympics and the Fight for Democracy, among a great many other things—about the World Cup or soccer or football or anything you'd like.
Jonah Keri, staff writer for Grantland and author of Up, Up, & Away, will be hanging out in the comments below for the next hour or so, ready to take your questions on the Montreal Expos, bagels, and whatever else comes to mind. Have at it.
We're joined in the office by Oracle Team USA skipper Jimmy Spithill, who led a historic comeback from seven races down to win the America's Cup. He'll be in the comments below, so ask him anything about boats, boating, being an Australian representing a "Team USA" and other boat-related questions.
We're joined now by David Sally, co-author with Chris Anderson of The Numbers Game: Why Everything You Know About Soccer Is Wrong. It's an argument for the power of analytics in soccer that's full of surprising conclusions about issues like the value of a goal scored relative to that of one saved, whether there's a…
We're joined now by David Epstein, a former senior writer for Sports Illustrated who's just been hired by Pro Publica to be an investigative reporter. Epstein is the author of The Sports Gene: Inside the Science of Extraordinary Athletic Performance, which was recently published by Current. Among other things, the…
We're joined by Tim Elfrink, managing editor at the Miami New Times and the man who first uncovered one of the biggest scandals in baseball history. Ask him how the story came together, what he thinks of MLB's investigation, the state of alt-weeklies, and anything else that comes to mind.
Jeremy Roenick scored 513 goals in his 18 NHL seasons with the Blackhawks, Coyotes, Flyers, Kings, and Sharks. (You will recall, since it's not so active at present, the NHL is an occasionally operational professional league in which rich men compensate other men to play hockey.) Roenick retired in 2009. Now he works…
Worried about your windows? Wondering what to do about that leaky ceiling? Scared your basement (or your whole place) is going to be filled with water? Bob Vila—yes, that Bob Vila—is here to help. He spent nearly 20 years on television, and he's still doling out all kinds of fix-it advice on his website, BobVila.com,…
As the NFLPA's assistant executive director for external affairs, George Atallah is the official spokesman for the NFL players. As you might expect, he's a busy man right now. "What a nutty day," he told us earlier, when we approached him to see if he'd be willing to do a live chat.
Join us at 3 for a live chat with George Atallah, the spokesman for the NFL Players Association. What to talk about?