Mark Emery is a Denver-based communications professional who loves baseball and movies. His past work experience includes various editorial positions at Men's Health magazine, the New York Daily News, and MLB Advanced Media.
At the start of 2019, he quit his job in NYC to travel the country in a vintage camper with his fiancée. Fortunately they survived, and arrived in Colorado in May.
Men's Health posts in various categories, plus tweets from the NY Daily News and MLB.com.
New York Daily News
'Happy Gilmore' enjoys a prominent spot on the leaderboard. See what else makes the cut.
Few can dish it — and take it — like the short actor with an even shorter fuse.
Rob Reiner wanted to make it — and pictured Tom Cruise as Andy and Harrison Ford as Red.
He didn't know it at the time, but the performance led directly to his acquisition by the Yankees.
The former Notre Dame receiver has found big league stardom after early struggles.
"It's more than you could ever ask for," Andy Burns said.
With the season now in September, the Indians have been busy calling up players from the farm.
The unusual injuries call to mind those of former Indians prospects Alex White and Adam Miller.
Cleveland savored its MLB-leading fifth walk-off home run and third in less than a week.
After 19 straight losing seasons, the rejuvenated Pirates are making a playoff push.
Clint Barmes had already recorded two errors in the field. In the batter's box, he made up for them.
What's the secret to Pirates relievers' success? Listening to Pearl Jam together, actually.
The student-run newspaper generally overlooks club sports, with the notable exception of hockey.
From maintaining control to ensuring safety, referees have many unseen responsibilities.
Cheerleaders and coaches sound off on a federal judge's recent ruling that it is not a sport.