MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL IS BACK

By Ryan Horvath Retrieved from https://nypost.com/2017/12/09/stanton-and-judge-can-take-aim-at-yankees-legendary-duos/ Major League Baseball has one of the shortest off-seasons of any professional sport.  With that being said, spring is here and so is baseball.  Opening day was on Thursday of last week.  The offseason had some crazy deals go down, which made this season very highly anticipated.  The reigning... Continue Reading →

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Main Card Predictions For UFC 223: Nurmagomedov vs. Holloway

By Garrett Pelto WHERE: Brooklyn, New York WHEN: Saturday, April 7 HOW: Pay-per-view I was just saying a few days ago, "Man, I hope these fighters can make the last week without getting hurt or missing weight." Silly me. My fears came true when Dana White and UFC announced that Tony Ferguson will no longer fight Khabib Nurmagomedov... Continue Reading →

Ohtani On The Squad

By Garrett Pelto Shohei Ohtani is reportedly making the Angels' roster even after having a rather mediocre spring training. Not only is he making the roster, but he is "tentatively scheduled" to pitch the third game of the season and DH in the opening season. For those of you who haven't heard of the "Babe... Continue Reading →

Tiger Tiger Woods Y`all

By: Spencer Nixon   It was another exciting weekend for our boy Tiger that provided us plenty of reason to believe he might officially be "back". The Arnold Palmer Invitational took place this past weekend with Tiger in search for his first tournament win since 2013 and his ninth career win at Bay Hill Golf... Continue Reading →

Minor League Baseball Makes Major Rule Change

By Garrett Pelto According to Kyle Glaser of Baseball America, Minor League Baseball (MiLB) announced pace-of-play rule changes for all teams below Major League Baseabll (MLB) in the upcoming 2018 season. The major change will occur during extra innings (a game tied after nine innings), when a player for the hitting team will be placed on second... Continue Reading →

Wizards Need Wall

By Keith McDonald The Wizards have been playing well without John Wall in the lineup, almost too well. The topic of, “Are the wizards better without Wall?” has been seemingly the only national attention the Wizards have received all year. This narrative should soon end. Jake Whitacre of the Wizards blog BulletsForever did a great job highlighting a... Continue Reading →

The Championship Season That Never Happened

By: Spencer Nixon   If you`re like me, you love everything about college basketball. From the recruitment process before the season starts to the rivalry games throughout the year and finally the March madness tournament, the excitement and drama that comes with college basketball is unparalleled. The passion that college athletes play with and the... Continue Reading →

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