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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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2018 AL Central Preview

With the 2018 MLB season less than a month away, it’s time to take a look and preview the season ahead. We’re going division by division to try and project every teams’ strengths, weaknesses, and questions heading into the season. Continuing on with the AL Central. Cleveland Indians 2017 Record: 102-60, Lost to Yankees in […]

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Rafael Palmeiro Seriously Considering Comeback

At first glance, this seems like a crazy idea. Former Major League first baseman Rafael Palmeiro is 53-years old, hasn’t played in the majors since 2005, and hasn’t played a game of professional baseball since 2015. However, Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic is reporting that a potential comeback is a legitimate possibility. We kid you […]

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5 Players Possibly on the Move Before the MLB Deadline

As baseball fanatics know, the MLB Trade Deadline talks are beginning to surface, and the concept of deals to be made are starting to arise in the minds of MLB General Managers around the league. With that, here are five game-changing individuals that I believe could be wearing different uniforms a few weeks from now. […]

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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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Who Would Win The AL Central If The Season Started Today?

Each and every MLB team sees this season being something different. The American League Central is one of the toughest divisions in the league. The division received some underachieving performances in 2016, including the Kansas City Royals, who finished at 81-81 after winning the World Series in 2015. Last season, the division saw one of […]

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6 Predictions for the Upcoming MLB Winter Meetings

The Winter Meetings begin on Sunday Night, and the action is expected to be wild. Trade rumors and signings are going to be prevalent as the Hot Stove explodes. Here are six predictions for what will happen at the Meetings: 1) The Washington Nationals acquire a White Sox starter, but it’s not Chris Sale The […]

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Todd Frazier Could be Moved by Trade Deadline

The Chicago White Sox, who have seen their season go in two different directions this year, are opening to selling off their roster. A report from the Boston Globe’s Nick Cafardo says that slugging infielder Todd Frazier is one of those pieces who could be on his way out.  Frazier is one of the top […]

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James Shields Heading To Chicago White Sox

In a rebuilding season for the San Diego Padres, it was rumored for quite some time that the team will trade starting pitcher James Shields. The team have agreed to send Shields to the Chicago White Sox for Fernando Tatis Jr and Erik Johnson. The team will be paying $24 million of Shields contract. In 11 […]

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Padres, White Sox in “serious” discussions about James Shields

UPDATE (5/29, 5:28PM): Bruce Levine of 670 The Score reports that the talks between the White Sox and Padres are “fluid”. It’ll all come down to the last $58M on Shields’ contract and how that’s handled. Levine also reports that top Sox prospect Tim Anderson will not be apart of a deal. The Chicago White […]

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