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From the Michigan area, Tristin Mckinstry is the lead MLB analyst with The Athletes Hub. After joining the organization in its early stages, Tristin has been with the company since September of 2015.

NHL

Revisiting Henrik Zetterberg’s Career

Want to give the writer direct feedback? Follow him on Twitter @NewArticleSZN. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel. On September 14th, Detroit Red Wings captain Henrik Zetterberg announced his retirement due to a back injury. It was an injury that had bothered him all season, but he never […]

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What To Make Of Vontae Davis’ Abrupt Retirement

Want to give the writer direct feedback? Follow him on Twitter @NewArticleSZN. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel. At halftime during their game against the Los Angeles Chargers, the Buffalo Bills lost cornerback Vontae Davis. In this instance, Davis wasn’t injured, and he also wasn’t benched. Based on […]

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Was Jets Blowout A Sign For The Detroit Lions?

Want to give the writer direct feedback? Follow him on Twitter @NewArticleSZN. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel. The Detroit Lions suffered a potential reality check of sorts last Monday night, as they were blown out by the New York Jets 48-17. The Lions threw five interceptions, four […]

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MLB

Should Teams Be Upset With The Josh Donaldson Trade?

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @NewArticleSZN on Twitter for more insight. In addition, become a real fan and check out The Athletes Hub apparel.  On August 31st, the Cleveland Indians acquired former AL MVP Josh Donaldson from the Toronto Blue Jays in an attempt to bolster their postseason roster. Donaldson has only played 36 […]

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MLB Prospect Profile: RHP Dillon Tate, Baltimore Orioles

Want to give the author direct feedback? Follow @TristinM86 on Twitter for more insight. In this edition, we’ll be highlighting a pitcher for the first time. Right hander Dillon Tate was recently traded to the Baltimore Orioles in a deal that sent All-Star closer Zach Britton to the New York Yankees. What should “Birdland” expect […]

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MLB

New York Yankees Acquire Zach Britton

Per reports, the New York Yankees have acquired closer Zach Britton from the Baltimore Orioles. Britton, one of the top relievers on the market, has a 3.45 ERA and four saves this season. It was just two seasons ago when Britton posted a 0.54 ERA and 47 saves. The Yankees will send multiple prospects over […]

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Baseball Breakdown: San Diego Gives Cleveland A Hand

The Cleveland Indians received a much-needed injection of life into their bullpen when the team acquired LHP Brad Hand and RHP Adam Cimber from the San Diego Padres in exchange for C Francisco Mejia. The Indians bullpen, prior to this transaction, consisted of just one pitcher with an ERA below 3.00. That pitcher would be […]

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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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NHL

How Complacency Led To The Downfall of the Detroit Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings are one of the more storied franchises in not only the National Hockey League, but in all of North American sports. A team that has produced legends such as Gordie Howe, Ted Lindsay, Terry Sawchuk, Steve Yzerman, and Niklas Lidstrom, among countless others. They recently had a streak of 25 consecutive […]

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NHL Free Agency Tracker

The NHL Free Agency Period officially begins on July 1st at Noon Eastern. We here at The Athletes Hub have all the news and rumors covered for you here. Refresh for all the latest updates. This will not include rumors reported before the publication of this post. NOTE: Problems with WordPress prevented this from being […]

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