retirement

Manager Tony La Russa Retires
Tony La Russa has managed his last game in Major League Baseball.  La Russa managed in the big leagues for 33 years before announcing his retirement from the game on Monday.
NFL Lockout Ends, Brett Favre Watch Begins
Football is back.  The NFL and the players have agreed to terms of the new CBA which means we'll actually have an NFL season in 2011.
So let the Brett Favre watch begin.  Rather than write a story about how much I hate the Brett Favre retirement watch, I decided to go a completely…
Kerry Collins Retires
Let's all hope and pray that this doesn't turn into another Brett Favre situation, but Kerry Collins has decided to change his mind. After telling the Tennessee Titans organization back in January that he was coming back for the 2011 season, Collins has decided to retire today.
Brett Favre Wants to Play in 2011
Well now its July we have to start talking football or the lack there of. Football has been boring all off-season everything interesting has taken place in a board room with brief cases not on the grid iron with shoulder pads, and I’m starting to pay attention to real life ( I know way to much about…
Trevor Hoffman Retires
Baseball's all time saves leader, Trevor Hoffman, has announced his retirement at the age of 43.  Hoffman played for 18 years and racked up 610 saves.
Pettitte Is On The Clock
The rumors have been swirling ever since the final out of the 2010 ALCS, and now it's time for the Yankees to get the final answer to the "Million Dollar Question": Will Andy Pettitte pitch in 2011?
MMA Great Calling It Quits
Former UFC light heavyweight champion Chuck Liddell has been shaking off rumors of retirement for a long time, especially during his time earlier this year as a coach on "The Ultimate Fighter." But yesterday, the time was finally right for Liddell to call it a career inside the Oct…