Mind Over Sports

POST GAME TV SPORTS SHOWS ARE ALMOST ALWAYS A HOAX. THEY HAVE TO BE OR OTHERWISE THEY WOULD LOSE THEIR SPONSORS.

Posted on: May 4, 2015

Have you ever noticed when you tune in to a post-game television show covering a baseball game that had just been played and how they praise the home team for great plays and great athletic ability? Well it’s almost always a hoax and frankly it makes me ill. The announcers, who want to keep their jobs, heap praise on the home team even though the home team made multiple errors and their players got almost no hits throughout the nine innings. What they don’t tell you is that the visiting team was even worse. Not only were they having chemistry problems but their star player was having personal problems that affected his performance. The truth is never known. Casey Stengel said it best: “Most ball games are lost, not won.” But can you imagine what would happen if an announcer on a post-game sports show told the truth? Announcer: “Well folks, the home team was lucky to win today. They played really badly and a lot of them should be sent back down to the minors. But here’s the good news: The visiting team played even worse! They looked and played like a bunch of high school kids who had consumed too much alcohol from the beer company that sponsors this show. I won’t mention their name but you know who they are. We’re doing a bit of checking to find out if it’s true that there was a fistfight in the visiting team’s locker room just before game time. And if it’s also true that the star player on the visiting team found out just before game time that his girlfriend back home is pregnant. And that his wife is filing for divorce. Other than those two items there really isn’t much to report.”

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