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Based out of the Baltimore area, Miles Hill is one of the lead writers for The Athletes Hub. From the Ravens to the Orioles, Miles has been with the organization since July of 2017.

MLB

The Machado Sweepstakes Are Heating Up

It’s July within the MLB, and that means two things: The All-Star break and Trade Deadline are quickly approaching. The MLB trade season is a lot more active than any other major sport played in the states, but that is only because players have more games to get acclimated to a team and situations they […]

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NFL

AFC North Rookie Report

We have come to the end of rookie mini camp, and OTA’s in the NFL and are upon mandatory mini camps. There are always the usual story lines that pop up; players holding out for bigger contracts, as well as players returning from season-ending injuries. The most intriguing story line however is that this will […]

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Soccer

Has Messi Cracked on the World Stage?

Saturday started off with a squeaker win by France over Australia in what was a great reason why goal line technology will help make the game fairer and leave it out of the ref’s hands. It was an underwhelming win for France in that they struggled the whole match against a weaker opponent but they […]

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Soccer

Ronaldo, The Great

The 2018 World Cup in Russia has been off to a great start as it finished day 2 of play. We saw the host country of Russia put up 5 goals against Saudi Arabia, all but eliminating them in the first match. Uruguay was able to steal 3 points with a 90′ minute header from […]

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NBA

James vs Jordan, or James vs Kobe?

Over the last decade, not a single basketball fan can envision an NBA Finals that did not include Cleveland Cavaliers superstar Lebron James. He is appearing in his ninth straight finals appearance that is only second to the great Bill Russell, and is in a rare space that even Michael Jordan can’t say are one […]

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MLB

Manny Machado is Ready to be MVP

It’s ironic that the last place Baltimore Orioles could have their first AL MVP since Cal Ripken won it in 1991. In addition, the MVP award could be won by Manny Machado, who may not be wearing an Orioles uniform by the July 31st trade deadline. However, Machado is among the league’s top power hitters […]

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MLB

Baltimore Orioles Start to Find Momentum

It has been a tough go of it for the Baltimore Orioles from April through most of May. The batting has been below sub par, and the pitching, even when solid, has no run support. The Orioles did exactly what they were supposed to in the offseason and grabbed starting pitching, but they didn’t address […]

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NFL

Lamar Jackson Moves Ravens Into 21st century

In the 2001 NFL draft, Michael Vick was drafted with the first overall pick by the Atlanta Falcons, and it took the NFL by storm. No one had ever seen an athlete like Vick at the quarterback position in the NFL, with his combination of arm strength and breakaway speed; not to mention that he […]

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NFL

Media Needs to Stop Acting Like Brady Isn’t Coming Back

It must be a slow news cycle for the NFL because the media is covering Tom Brady like he is not returning for the 2018-19 season. To expect the face of the NFL, who plans on playing for at least the next four years, to not play is like expecting Giancarlo Stanton to not strike […]

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NCAANFL

What The NFL is Really Afraid Of: Outspoken Athletes

For as long as mankind has walked the earth, there are the powerful and those who work for them. For many Americans, 5pm on a Friday means the end to a dreaded work week and at least two days of binging Netflix, or perhaps spending quality time with family and friends. However, there was a […]

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