Nobody cares about attendance during Spring Training—or at least, nobody is supposed to. Each year MLB teams take a trip to either Florida or Arizona to prepare for the upcoming season. Pitchers and catchers report to camp around mid-February, with position players joining them a couple weeks later. The pre-season[Read More…]
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The McGill Tribune sports team gives its annual MLB season preview.
Over 40 per cent of college hoops fans penciled in Kentucky to win it all in their brackets this year. The experts say it would be foolish to do otherwise, but this is March Madness, and there are still 15 other teams left in the field. Nobody doubts that the[Read More…]
Cinderella Picks Wofford Although they’ve appeared in the tournament three times in team history, the Wofford Terriers have never escaped the first round. This is a tough, physical team that is a perfect candidate for catching a high seed off guard. During its last tournament appearance in 2010, Wofford gave[Read More…]
McGill Martlets 53 UQÀM Citadins 51 There is a basket at Mitchell Gym in Lennoxville, QC that needs new mesh. The old netting is now in[Read More…]
“Street Hassle” Length: 11:00 Artist: Lou Reed Album: Street Hassle Released: February, 1978 “Street Hassle” is without a doubt the standout track on the album that bears its name, and perhaps one of Lou Reed’s best, period. It is split into three distinct parts that tell three different stories. The[Read More…]
A couple of weeks ago, Sufjan Stevens announced that he will be releasing a new album in late March called Carrie & Lowell. The album will be his first studio release—not including Christmas albums—since 2010’s The Age of Adz. The news came shortly after Death Cab For Cutie and Modest[Read More…]
McGill Redmen 5 RMC Paladins 1 Playoffs in sports are occasionally referred to as the ‘second season.’ The slate is wiped clean for all those participating, and while a high seed translates to home-ice advantage, it guarantees little beyond that. That being said, players on the[Read More…]
Although the NBA has a lot of things going right for it at the moment, years of disparity between the Western and Eastern Conference have caused many to wonder if some change in conference structure is needed. This gap has been especially clear this season, with Western Conference teams winning[Read More…]
A t the corner of Rue Jarry and Rue des Forges, in the north-end of Montreal, there is a small plaza. At first glance, it appears fairly ordinary–there are several independent shops, a karaoke bar, a couple of cafés, and a Uniprix. The area is close to the highway, but[Read More…]