MLB

The Athletes Hub: Write With Us!

Do you have a passion for sport writing? Interested in the behind the scenes action? The Athletes Hub could be the home for you! We provide a writer-friendly environment, and our topics are a wide variety for individuals looking to break into the industry. As for payment, we offer a variety of incentive programs based […]

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MLB

Revisiting The David Price To Detroit Trade

On July 31, 2014, the Detroit Tigers acquired left hander David Price in a three-team trade involving the Tampa Bay Rays and Seattle Mariners. The Rays received left hander Drew Smyly and infield prospect Willy Adames from Detroit, as well as infielder Nick Franklin from Seattle. Seattle acquired outfielder Austin Jackson from the Tigers. Detroit […]

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NBA

Should Carmelo Anthony Retire?

The NBA has treated its superstars well, but one player that should consider retirement is none other than Carmelo Anthony. After spending time with three different franchises over the course of fifteen years in the league, his ringless legacy is just a side note to an otherwise successful career. In the Olympics, Anthony was a […]

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Other Sports

Kerber, Djokovic Crowned Wimbledon Champions

  In Women’s Singles, German Angelique Kerber was at her utmost best, as she defeated seven-time Wimbledon Champion Serena Williams in straight sets to win her maiden Wimbledon title. Prior to the start of the match, both players had dropped only one set enroute to the big final, as everybody hoped for a tight clash. […]

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MLB

2018 MLB All-Star Break Insight & Predictions

This year, the MLB 2018 Mid-Summer classic will be hosted in the Nation’s Capitol, with the majority of the events taking place at the Washington Nationals’ stadium in the heart of the District. The Athletes Hub will have exclusive and local coverage of all the events transpiring over the long weekend, and into Tuesday for […]

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Wrestling

WWE Extreme Rules 2018 Breakdown & Predictions

With Money In The Bank behind us, the WWE will present Extreme Rules on Sunday, July 15th.  With that in mind, who will walk out with their hand raised in victory? Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Nia Jax Extreme Rules Match For The WWE Raw Women’s Championship Martin’s Take: Ever since Alexa Bliss won Ms. Money […]

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Soccer

2018 World Cup Final Preview

After 63 games played, the 2018 FIFA World Cup finally comes down to France against Croatia. Both teams played entertaining semi-final matches to get here; France had to survive a late onslaught from Belgium, and Croatia had to score in extra time against England to reach the final match. The French team is seen by […]

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UFC

Nunes-Cyborg In Works for UFC 228

As reported, the UFC is close to having Women’s Featherweight champion, Cris Cyborg, take on the Women’s Bantamweight champion, Amanda Nunes on December 29th at UFC 228. Both women have teased the MMA world about this fight one day happening, but whenever it was close to it being booked, it would be ultimately postponed. The […]

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NFL

Bo Jackson: A Career Cut Short

Vince Edward “Bo” Jackson was born on November 30th, 1962, and was the eighth out of ten siblings of the Jackson family. Despite his troubled behavior growing up, Jackson attended McCalla High School. As a senior, he rushed for 1,175 yards for the football team, and then managed to hammer 20 home runs for the […]

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MLB

Eddie Rosario Proves All-Star Selections Are a Popularity Contest

As many know, both the AL and NL All-Star teams were announced on Sunday, and much like every year, there were a handful of players who got snubbed. Whether it be from the starting roster, or the All-Star team as a whole. JT Realmuto, who since coming off the DL, after missing the first 13 […]

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College Football

MSU’s 2015 Hero to the Air Force

Jalen Watts-Jackson was once upon a time, a hero for Michigan State. His fumble return against Michigan with just seconds left on October 17, 2015, will forever be in the minds and hearts of anyone with a link to the Spartans. Now, he has decided to forgo his final year of collegiate football to focus […]

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