By The Athletic Media Company
I was on their website and was trying to read a article and then the website required me to buy the app after I bought the app I got to the same spot in the article then it require me to spend money.LoL
It’s most of the best writers in the business and the presentation is simple, clean & engaging.
Articles were OK. Nothing great. I’d mark it a 3 or 4, but they make it soooo hard to cancel a subscription. Still trying to figure that out.
Many choose not to look at it this way because the players are the only public figures. I mean a guy worth 4.3 Billion cutting minor league salary $100.00 a month to save $80K is shameful. His players recognized and stepped up to do what’s right and pay the extra $$.
At one point I loved this app. It was everything we were missing. A sports junkies go to for technical detail about games and schemes. That has sadly been replaced with the same model that caused ESPN to lose its base. Racially charged articles with a liberal viewpoint constantly hammering the narrative of racism in sports. Save your time and money.
The article was very good. This is a good start. Just don’t drop the ball on this Coach Collins. Your players are watching; Black and White. As a wife and mom of 3 sons, and 1 daughter, my heart has ached for years because of the injustice, insensitivity, and lack of empathy that we face in this country simply because we are Black. It has absolutely been a challenge to teach my children to love with the reality of systematic racism facing them at every turn. I continue to pray that love will prevail. Again, this was a good article.
If you say a comment that does not fit the narrative the writers are saying in a story your comment will be blocked . So tired of not saying any curse words or anything against what it’s own policies say to be blocked
Kentucky football is the next big thing.
Not a fan of the App layout after recent update. Not as easy to navigate or catch general sports stories, as it’s all focused on teams I’m following.
I’m only interested in baseball, so the rest of the year isn’t as appealing. But the depth of writing in the The Athletic is refreshing in a listicle, 5-second attention span world. It’s an oasis of deeper reflection on the human condition itself.