Author: Jameus Mooney

Dodgers’ Outfielder Diagnosed With Torn ACL

Allow me to set the scene. 95 pitches for 20-year-old phenom, Julio Urias, no-hitting the Pittsburgh Pirates through 6. To leadoff the inning to continue it, he must retire former NL MVP Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates. He has a 2-0 lead, and is dealing when McCutchen rips one to left field. Andrew Toles,

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BREAKING: Pirates SP Jameson Tallion Undergoes Surgery For Testicular Cancer

Yesterday during the Pirates ballgame against the Milwaukee Brewers, young righty Jameson Tallion, who’s established himself in their starting rotation, was placed on the DL with small groin discomfort. Tallion, 25, quickly went to get medical attention. It is suspected that he has testicular cancer and as of this morning, he is officially being treated

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Josh Booty: The Forgotten Two-Sport Athlete

One of the hardest things to do in sports is making it to the highest level of their sport, respectively. The percentage of minor league ballplayers that  make it to the Major Leagues is an abysmal 0.5%, while the amount of NCAA football players that make it to the NFL is just a slightly better

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Pirates’ All-Star Outfielder Suspended 80 Games For PED Violation

News broke out of Pittsburgh that as of around 2:00 PM EST, All-Star Outfielder Starling Marte has been suspended for 80 games for testing positive with high levels of testosterone. The illegal substance in use ended up being nandrolone, a performance enhancing drug. Nandrolone is a synthetic anabolic-androgenic steroid illegal in the world of baseball.

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Weeks Jr: “I Want to Bring a Championship to Tampa”

Learning a brand new position, after following an awkward outfield campaign in 2016 with the Arizona Diamondbacks, Rickie Weeks Jr. went from “stud” to “dud” at seemingly the snap of a finger. Known as a superstar second baseman in Milwaukee, the 2011 All-Star signed with the Seattle Mariners in order to see a platoon role

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The ’81 Yankees: Reggie’s Animosity, The Second Half Collapse, and The Only Pennant.

Definitely the most polarizing team in sports history, the dreaded Bronx Bombers history of success is well documented. With some of the biggest names in the history of the sport putting on the iconic pinstripes (Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, Whitey Ford, Joe DiMaggio, Catfish Hunter, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Ichiro Suzuki, etc), the New York

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The 2017 Guide To MLBs Young Talent

Throughout the history of baseball, we’ve seen each era of the game have Hall of Fame Greats. The Steroid Era had players such as Roberto Alomar, Mike Piazza, Tom Glavine and Ken Griffey Jr., while Baseball’s Golden Age of the 1970s had players such as Steve Carlton, Dave Winfield and Willie Stargell.¬†However, I firmly believe

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The Tony Saunders Incident

One of the hottest topics in sports is untimely injuries that may have ruined careers; and it’s huge in baseball, with players such as Kerry Wood, Carl Crawford, Ken Griffey Jr. and most notably Mickey Mantle. But one of the more compelling (and depressing) stories is that of a pitcher by the name of Tony

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The Athlete’s Hub MLB All-Time League.

The latest of my many projects, I have been selected to put together the extremely difficult task of an All-Time Major League Baseball League. All 30 current MLB teams and 6-Expansion Cities of my choosing. For this project, I held myself to a couple rules, just to make the unrealistic a bit more realistic…. Each

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Black History Month: Mr. November.

When you think about Postseason Baseball, you immediately jump to the most clutch of players….Kirby Puckett….Reggie Jackson….Tom Glavine…Madison Bumgarner….and Captain Clutch himself, #2, Derek Jeter. Known for being one of the best playoff performers of all-time, Jeter performed better under pressure in big game situations and became beloved by millions in not only the Bronx,

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