"Those 2 days are the day before and the day after the MLB Allstar game. They are travel days for the players participating and therefore no games can be played."
That's the old answer. Since the NHL began taking a hiatus for the winter Olympics, the more complicated answer depends on whether or not the hiatus surrounds one of both days of the NBA All-Star game. In some winter Olympics years, the NBA All-Star game occurs entirely within the NHL hiatus, so on the days before and after the NBA All-Star game, no major North American professional sports - NBA, NHL, MLB, NFL - are played. This year (2010), the NBA All-Star game was played on Sunday, Feb. 14. NHL games were played on the Saturday before the NBA All-Star game, but not on the Monday following.
So, the new answer is, there might be more than two days, and it all depends on where the NBA All-Star game occurs relative to the NHL hiatus. In some years, there may be as many as four days in which none of the major North American pro sports are played.
And there is an even newer answer as of 10/5/10. On the day before the MLB playoffs starts, there are no professional sports regular season games played(pre-season does not count) as the NFL does not play, the NBA & NHL are in pre-season and there are obviously no MLB games until the next day. This answer is subject to change even further in the future as a MLB one game division playoff game could be played on the Tuesday before the MLB playoffs starts because as it is usually slated to be played on Monday, it could be weather postponed and delayed until that Tuesday.
During those two days, the major male professional sports of Basketball, football, hockey, and baseball are at rest. The other professional sports being played include tennis, soccer, and women's professional basketball.For Other Countries:Not every country is the same in regards to professional sports schedules. In Australia, for example, Christmas, Boxing Day, and Good Friday are three days when professional sports are not played. It depends on the country.
Well, to my experience it's actually only two--the day before and the day after the Baseball All-Star Game in July. The other pro sports aren't in season, it's still summer for most school-based programs, so the Monday and Wednesday of that week are pretty much the only "dark" days on the schedules. If you're thinking holidays, you just have to look at CFL for Canadian Thanksgiving, NFL for American, NBA and NFL on Christmas Day, NHL on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, etc.
Holidays? I don't know about Holidays, but, the ONLY two days throughout the year that their are NO professional sports played are the day before and the day after the Major League Baseball All-Star Game. Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day have at least one game going on somewhere. But nothing on the days mentioned above.
The day before and the day after the MLB allstar game.
The only two days every year that don't have a sport played on are the day before and after the All-Star Game for Major League Baseball.
the day befor and the day after the mlb all star game
The day before and after the MLB all star game
Christmas and Easter
There's always training.
Actually, there are only two days that there are no professional sports being played. These include the days before and after the MLB All-Star Game. There are still professional sports being played on Easter and Christmas.
No. The point of Pro rank is to show players who have played the games enough, well enough, to earn it.
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Wii Sports will send a letter to your wii message board stating the following: What sport you earned PRO ranking in, What Mii earned PRO ranking in that sport, The Day PRO ranking was achieved, Number of games that had to be played to earn your PRO ranking in that sport That Mii's debut in WII SPORTS. Your Mii that earned PRO ranking will also this symbol beside their name when they play in the sport that sport they earned pro ranking: [PRO]
Not that I know of, there have been many who played 2. Micheal Jordan played Basketball and Baseball. Ricky Hatton played soccer before pro boxing and Steve Nash played soccer, (not sure if pro) before Basketball.2 pro sports is enough for one lifetime ;)
Before and after the allstar game in July.
Vincent "Bo" Jackson played football for the Los Angles Raiders from 1987-90, and played baseball in the MLB for the Kansas City Royals from 1986-90, the Chicago White Sox from 1991-93 and spent one season with the California Angels in 1994 before retiring from pro sports. He was the first athlete to also be named an all-star in two major sports, earning a pro bowl selection in 1990 and an MLB all-star selection in 1989. He played college football for Auburn University. Deion Sanders also played both Professional Baseball and Football. He played for many different teams including the New York Yankees and the Dallas Cowboys.
There really is no way to complete Wii Sports, but you can become a pro on all of the games, and that is a good way to complete it.