MLB

Why Pitchers are so Dominant

Washington Nationals Pitcher Max Scherzer became the latest man to throw a no-hitter on Saturday night against the Pittsburgh Pirates. If you look closer into the stats; the amount of strikeouts has increased overtime, and today’s modern baseball is dying out simply because batters can not produce as much anymore. Although you’ll find a gem […]

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Sale Marks Milestone 

   On Friday Night, Chicago White Sox Pitcher Chris Sale made history. Playing against the Texas Rangers, Sale had a perfect game going for himself up until the sixth inning. Although his perfect game was broken up, he joined Pedro Martinez and Randy Johnson as the only pitchers since 1900 to strike out 12 or […]

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A-Rod Crushes 3000th Hit 

   If you did not watch the Yankees game on Friday night, you missed out on something we may not see for quite awhile. Alex Rodriguez came into tonight’s game with 2999 career hits, and in his first at bat, he got number 3000 out of his way. On a 95 mph first pitch fast […]

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NBA

Gibson Undergoes Surgery 

   Power Forward Taj Gibson, of the Chicago Bulls, recently went through surgery for his left ankle. Much to Gibson’s satisfaction, the surgery was a success, and went as planned.  However, it imposed an obstacle of time for Gibson’s return, as he will be inactive for an estimated four months. This could have a potential […]

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Markakis Continues Historical Streak

   On Thursday night, the Atlanta Braves outfielder Nick Markakis extended his streak of consecutive games without an error in the outfield to 393. When asked about his accomplishments, Markakis didn’t feel the need to celebrate as he stated the following: ““I’m just doing my job, doing what I’m supposed to be doing,” Markakis said […]

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Capitals Nicklas Bäckström out 5-6 months

   Capitals Center Nicklas Bäckström underwent hip surgery on Wednesday, and his timetable for return is questionable. Capitals officials stated the following; “Nicklas Bäckström underwent a successful surgery on his hip on Wednesday afternoon,” the Capitals said in a statement on Thursday. “Based on the nature of this procedure we are confident that Nick should be […]

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NFL Mock Draft Rounds One and Two: 1.0

   With the NFL preseason approaching at a rapid pace, fantasy football fans are on the edge of their seats. If you find yourself in a 12-man snake league that doesn’t happen to be PPR (Points per reception), here is how the first and second rounds could play out: Round One:  1. Jamal Charles (RB for […]

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NFL

Buffalo Bills; One of the Top Offenses in 2015? 

Wide Receiver Percy Harvin wasn’t shy when it came to speaking with the media on Thursday Morning, claiming this: “Sky’s the limit,” Harvin told the Democrat & Chronicle. “We think once we get in training camp, everyone is going to be in tip-top shape, this offense is going to be very scary.” This is a […]

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NBA

Change of Plans for Jimmy Butler? 

As the NBA season went through, the reports were made clear that the Chicago Bulls’ plans were to lock up Jimmy Butler with a max contract, but will both sides be interested by the end? The newest twist has it that the restricted free agent is becoming “far less interested” in that option, according to […]

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MLB

Brock Holt Hits for Cycle

   Brock Holt became the first Boston player to start games in seven different positions, and he just broke another fantastic record Tuesday when the Red Sox faced the Braves.  Holt ended up hitting for the cycle, and if you don’t know what that is, it’s because this is the first time in nineteen years […]

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