Duff McKagan answers a few of the numerous emails sent in over the past few months by his readers.
New York sports teams such as the Yankees, Jets and Knicks have always been the big, rich bullies but even underdog-loving Duff McKagan finds some sympathy for some of New York's sports losses.
Duff McKagan calls himself an extreme guy, but some of the stories he's heard makes him wonder if some top-level athletes know when they are pushing themselves too far.
When his rock travels take him on the open road, Duff McKagan enjoys scanning the dial far and wide for sports-talk radio stations -- even though some discoveries perplex him.
Duff McKagan lines up for some chip shots on penalty kicks that decide World Cup champions, lawyering in the NFL and the free-spending McCourts' destruction of the Dodgers.
Some people in Seattle are making a big deal about the 10-year anniversary of the Mariners' 116-win season, but without a title it's not worth such a fuss, writes Duff McKagan.
The spectacular financial decline of the Los Angeles Dodgers has been as entertaining as anything on the field, writes Duff McKagan.
While craving any morsel of sports news from North America, Duff McKagan was happy to be traveling through Germany when Dirk Nowitzki and the Mavericks won the NBA title this week.
Keep up to date on your favorite baseball team at work can sometimes be a challenge, especially when your day job takes you a rock festival in Albania, writes Duff McKagan.
As Memorial Day arrives, Duff McKagan urges you to take time to give veterans and soldiers some of the same passion and attention you give your favorite sports teams.
In the only column you'll read today that mentions Vin Mazzaro, Tigger, Evan Longoria and fifth-grade girls' volleyball, Duff McKagan reminds us to maintain a sense of humor and good sportsmanship.
While some have questioned clothing choices since the brutal attack of a Giants fan at Dodger Stadium, Duff McKagan says fans should wear their team gear with pride and class.
Nearly two weeks into the season and baseball fans are experiencing a wide range of emotions depending on which team they love, but Duff McKagan has a reminder to take a step back and be realistic.
We all love our teams with varying degrees of passion, but senseless acts such as the beating of a Giants fan last week at Dodger Stadium prove we need to be reminded about what's really important.
Mariners fans such as Duff McKagan enter uncharted territory without the trusted voice of Dave Niehaus, who provided comfort amidst the team's -- and one rock star's -- ups and downs.
The world's and the sports world's landscapes can change quite rapidly over 53 long, cold winter days. Almost everywhere, that is, writes Duff McKagan.