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Every fan has a story of how they found the love of their sports life. What’s yours?
The editors at Sportto Network would like to hear your story. We’re looking for fans to be part of our upcoming short video series, Why We Cheer, chronicling the journey and experiences of die hard fanatics.
If you think you qualify as a superfan and have a story tell, let us know how you became the biggest fan of your team and what that team means to you. What makes you their biggest, loudest, most outlandish, craziest or unique fan? We’re looking for fans of teams from all across the wide world of sports!
Simply send us an email at email@example.com with a written summary of your story in 500 words. Those whose stories are chosen will be contacted.
Let’s hear some amazing tales of why you cheer!
Playoff hockey has returned to Toronto and the team Brian Burke built has finally earned the chance to compete for the Stanley Cup. But much has changed since the last time the Toronto Maple Leafs made a playoff appearance making this opportunity much more important to the franchise than many fans, who have become too accustomed to seeing Sidney Crosby jerseys around the city, realize. Continue reading
Fans of Toronto beware: the New York Yankees can pretty much kick any fan out of Rogers Centre. How you ask? Bullpen trolls. Individuals paid to travel with the team to enforce and control the fan environment that their players participate in. On the surface, this may seem harmless, but on Friday night during the Blue Jays-Yankees matchup, these individuals preyed on fans who did nothing but be fans. They told the Yankees bullpen staff they sucked, booed them, creatively chirped them and then, as if a threat to the safety of these players, these fans were removed by police, one bloodied and arrested.
It seems the WWE is borrowing the bye week between the divisional finals and the Superbowl from the NFL with a lackluster lead up week to Mania which featured more promo videos and replays than actual matches. But as The Rock would put it “It doesn’t matter if I didn’t Wrestle this week.” And here’s why…
The sun peers over buildings and trees across the country. Through each city and into each person. A season of renewal and rebirth taking shape in all of us. The melting of winter frost gives way to the warming of the air. Spring is here. The season turns to face us, and us to it, as every city comes alive. Houston to New York, Boston to Chicago, Washington to Los Angeles, St. Louis to Toronto.
With the season comes the game.