Editorial: Is It Okay to Say OJ Was Good at Football Yet?

by Alex Poletti

With the trial of the century almost 20 years old and the world of sports and politics getting weirder everyday, The Second String has decided to tackle an interesting and difficult question: is it okay to say OJ Simpson was good at football yet?

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Trout and Yelich Not Done for Season, Just Going to MVP Farm Upstate

by Alex Poletti

With news that Mike Trout will undergo surgery on his right foot, both the American and National League MVP favorites will not play another game for the remainder of 2019. However, the commissioner has assured fans that Trout and Christian Yelich aren’t done for the season, but just resting at a lovely MVP farm upstate.

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‘Why Would God Do This to Me?’ Tyreek Hill Laments, Forgetting Some Obvious Reasons

by Alex Poletti

The Kansas City Chiefs were hit with some bad news prior to their week two matchup against the Raiders, as it was announced that their primary receiving target, Tyreek Hill, will miss 4-6 weeks with a clavicle injury. Hill, who is currently in agonizing pain, questions why God would curse him like this, forgetting some pretty obvious reasons from his past that could justify the incident.

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Brewers to Replace Christian Yelich with Pete Davidson for Remainder of Season

by Alex Poletti

Brewers fans everywhere were heartbroken as superstar outfielder Christian Yelich crouched in agony after taking a foul ball off his right knee. After the game had concluded, the team announced that the reigning MVP’s knee cap was fractured as a result of the incident, ending his season. Milwaukee, still in the thick of the postseason race, was quick to sign comedian and certified Yelich look-alike Pete Davidson to replace his doppleganger for the rest of the year.

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Christian Yelich Hopes to Become First Horse to Win MLB Triple Crown

by Alex Poletti

As the Major League Baseball season reaches its end, there are still several questions left unanswered. More intriguing than the tight divisional races or home run records is the National League MVP voting, which comes down to the Dodgers’ Cody Bellinger and the Brewers’ Christian Yelich. Apart from the hardware, Yelich is looking to carve his own slice of history by becoming the first horse to win the triple crown.

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Antonio Brown’s Ghost Still Raiders’ Best Receiver

by Alex Poletti

In a move that nobody and everybody saw coming at the same time, the Oakland Raiders released star wideout Antonio Brown. Oakland has gotten little sympathy around the league, given the Raiders knew what they were getting into when they traded for the notorious diva. Despite the massive hole left in the offense, the Raiders will still feel Brown’s presence, as his ghost is still the best receiver on the team.

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