Matt Paré, a catcher with the San Francisco Giants’ Single A affiliate in Augusta, Ga., doesn’t seem to mind sharing a two-bedroom apartment with three other guys. “Since half the time we’re on the road, it’s only 15 days a month,” he says. On the road, he shares a hotel room with just one of those roommates. This…
If you’re an adult without a credit card, the barrier to entry can seem to loom a lot larger than it actually is. Somehow, during the inescapable progression of getting older, you missed a step in the far more deliberate process of growing up and now, not only do you not have a credit card, you don’t have the…
IndyCar may need to take a good, long look at its shrinking grid this year. If not even the 100th running of its most famous race can buck the trend of teams scaling back, there may be an issue. Case in point, the all-female Grace Autosport effort, who wasn’t on the entry list because they couldn’t get a car.
Still haven’t done your taxes yet? Me either. Lucky us: we get an extra three days this year. But you should still get on that.
The first of the month is always a hit on your bank account. You know it’s coming, but that never makes it hurt any less. For most renters, that monthly check to the landlord is the largest expenditure you’ll make each month. But exactly how much of your hard-earned cash should you spend on rent?
Dan Lewis at Amazin' Avenue makes sense of the Mets' finances so you don't have to. Essentially, they're fucked independent of Bernie Madoff, and everything the team could conceivably sell is mortgaged. Makes you yearn for a couple months ago, when the team was a fuzz less fucked, but still fucked. [READ »]