Author: Enzo Orlando

Header photo was taken by me at the game Hello! This is Enzo Orlando, host of Pass The Mic Sports Talk. The crew of Pass The Mic was fortunate enough to attend the 90th MLB All-Star game on Tuesday night at Progressive Field. Just before I walked into the gates of Progressive Field, their was […]

Photo Credit: bletchereport.com Out of the bloom at 1 a.m. Saturday, the Oklahoma City Thunder traded Paul George to the Los Angeles Clippers for future draft picks, Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Danilo Gallinari.  Moments later, the current Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard made his decision to sign with the Clippers The deal is for four years and […]

Photo Credit: Sports Illustrated  Yeah, most of us know that the Golden State Warriors are going to win the NBA Finals even without Kevin Durant and DeMarcus Cousins. They have had their core built around Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. They were able to win a championship in 2015 without the other superstars. […]

Photo Credit: Bleacher Report Sunday at Augusta National Golf Club at round four of the 2019 Masters tournament, Tiger Woods has a chance of winning the Masters for the first time in 14 years and his first major tournament in nearly 11 years. He is wearing his red Nike turtleneck, which he is known for wearing […]

Photo Credit: mlb.com The Cleveland Indians have been around since 1901 and have been called the Indians since 1915. Throughout their franchise history, they have won 2 World Series, 6 American League Pennants and 10 AL Central Divisions titles along with a 2013 Wild Card berth. The fans in Cleveland have been attached to this […]

Photo Credit: HoopsHype.com With the trade deadline and the All-Star Game behind us, it’s now time to take a look at how the Eastern and Western Conference will play out going into the Playoffs. Around this time of year is usually the half-way point of the NBA season. Let’s start in the Western Conference. Western […]

Tom Brady has been the starting quarterback for the New England Patriots since the time he replaced the injured Drew Bledsoe in a week two matchup against the New York Jets in 2001. From that day forward the sixth-round pick from Michigan would go on to make his case for the greatest NFL quarterback of […]


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