1. Chelsea Loses Petr Cech and John Terry to Injury During Champions League Play

    Chelsea came away with a tie in Madrid on Tuesday, but it came at an exceptionally high cost. The team has lost both first-choice goalkeeper Petr Cech and team captain John Terry for the rest of the season...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 11 hours ago 1,741 reads 7 comments

  2. Under the Knife: MLB Injury Analysis on Kershaw, Wainwright, Sale and More

    More injuries? Yes, that's been the storyline across baseball seemingly since camps opened in February. With all of the injuries to big names costing teams time and money, perhaps we should worry about some sort of surgery count for Drs...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 14 hours ago 2,787 reads 1 comments

  3. Fantasy Baseball: 10 Sleepers to Pick Up Before Upcoming Breakouts

    They say it's better late than never, but early is even better than late. Fantasy baseball managers don't want to jump the gun on a guy who subsequently wastes a roster spot...

    Andrew Gould Written by Andrew Gould about 18 hours ago 8,858 reads 5 comments

  4. Real Madrid vs. Bayern Munich: Simulating UCL Semi-Final Clash Using FIFA 14

    Real Madrid and Bayern Munich have come to battle. The two giants of European football meet in Wednesday's Champions League semi-final first leg, following on from the bland 0-0 draw between Atletico Madrid and Chelsea the night before...

    Nick Akerman Written by Nick Akerman about 21 hours ago 2,284 reads 4 comments

  5. 2014 Early Fantasy Football Wide Receiver Rankings

    With the 2014 NFL draft finally approaching, here’s an early look at the 2014 Lester’s Legends’ fantasy football tight end rankings. 1. Calvin Johnson, Detroit Lions Megatron has averaged 1,712...

    Ryan Lester Written by Ryan Lester about 14 hours ago 810 reads 4 comments

  6. Fantasy Football 2014: Outlook for Draft's Top 5 Tight Ends

    While they don’t come with the same fanfare as running backs and wide receivers when it comes to fantasy appeal, tight ends should not be neglected on fantasy football draft day...

    Daniel Stack Written by Daniel Stack about 1 day ago 3,239 reads 5 comments

  7. Ivan Nova Latest Pitcher Heading for Surgery, Yankees Struggle Filling Rotation

    As important as it is to have a true ace—or two, if you're the New York Yankees —it's as important to go five deep, or deeper, in the modern game...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 1 day ago 416 reads 2 comments

  8. Craig Kimbrel Shoulder Soreness Seems to Be Hurting Braves Even More

    Less than two innings isn't much of a sample size, but since coming back from shoulder soreness, Craig Kimbrel hasn't looked much like the Craig Kimbrel of old...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 1 day ago 5,296 reads 10 comments

  9. Chris Sale Hits DL with Arm Problems, Sox Look for Answers on Ace's Injury

    The Chicago White Sox placed team ace Chris Sale on the disabled list with what they called a flexor strain in his pitching elbow, according to Scott Merkin of MLB.com ...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 2 days ago 6,670 reads 9 comments

  10. Carlos Gonzalez Will Be Challenged to Play Through Knee Pain for Rockies

    Carlos Gonzalez is one of the most talented players in the National League , but over the past few seasons, he hasn't been healthy enough to turn that into production...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 2 days ago 2,231 reads 1 comments

  11. Clayton Kershaw Getting Closer to Dodgers Return After Shoulder Injury

    A simulated game isn't an ideal situation to test a player's progress, but it is a good sign that Clayton Kershaw was able to make it through his sim without causing issues in his injured shoulder, as the Orange County Register noted ...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 2 days ago 3,780 reads 6 comments

  12. Fantasy Baseball Waiver Wire: Top 10 Pickups for Week 4

    A new week, another batch of waiver-wire additions, just the way you like 'em: hot and fresh out of the oven...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 3 days ago 22,886 reads 41 comments

  13. Fantasy Baseball 2014: Updating the Top 150 Big Board, Week 3

    With the 2014 baseball season going full tilt, the fantasy version of the sport needs all kinds of attention. Like, every-week attention—lest we fickle owners get frustrated and cranky, and that just isn't good for anyone...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 4 days ago 10,245 reads 41 comments

  14. Fantasy NASCAR 2014: Picks, Top Drivers for Toyota Owners 400

    The NASCAR Sprint Cup Series travels to Richmond, Va., this week for the Toyota Owners 400. While the last race at Darlington was one of the longest on the schedule (500 miles), the race at Richmond is one of the shortest (300 miles)...

    Chad Robb Written by Chad Robb about 4 days ago 9,352 reads 0 comments

  15. Early Fantasy Baseball Keeper League Prospects 'Watch List'

    In the wake of Wednesday's promotion and debut of outfielder George Springer, one of the top prospects in a loaded Houston Astros system—not to mention, all of Major League ...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 5 days ago 10,499 reads 11 comments

  16. Fantasy Baseball Sleepers: Questionable Pickups Who Are Worth the Risk

    With nearly three weeks complete in the fantasy baseball season, owners are getting a better idea of how their teams look for the 2014 season...

    Nathaniel Reeves Written by Nathaniel Reeves about 6 days ago 2,230 reads 0 comments

  17. Fantasy Baseball 2014: Week 3's Buy-Low, Sell-High Trade Advice

    What good is talent to a fantasy owner who lacks timing? Fantasy baseball — just like the real thing — is a game of skill, luck and timing. That last trait, in particular, comes in handy in regards to getting value in the trading game...

    Jason Catania Written by Jason Catania about 6 days ago 18,010 reads 57 comments

  18. 5 Mets Fantasy Baseball Sleepers to Watch in 2014

    In recent years, David Wright has been one of the few regular New York Mets— if not the only Met— to be selected quickly in fantasy baseball drafts...

    Shale Briskin Written by Shale Briskin about 7 days ago 1,275 reads 0 comments

  19. Fantasy Football 2014: Outlook for Draft's Top 10 Wide Receivers

    Although the wide receiver position is not held in the same regard as the running back position in fantasy football (especially when it comes to rookies), this year’s crop of rookie wideout prospects is both too deep and talented to be ignored...

    Daniel Stack Written by Daniel Stack about 7 days ago 6,188 reads 3 comments

  20. 5 Boston Red Sox Fantasy Baseball Sleepers to Watch in 2014

    Two weeks have passed in most fantasy baseball leagues and, like most owners, you are probably starting to wonder just how your team will pan out after the start to the MLB 2014 season...

    Peter Panacy Written by Peter Panacy about 7 days ago 2,284 reads 0 comments

  21. Under the Knife: MLB Injury Analysis on Granderson, Pedroia and More

    Under the Knife is constantly evolving, but yet it remains the same. If we could go back to that late April day 13 years ago when I sent out an email detailing five key injuries, maybe ...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 8 days ago 2,207 reads 1 comments

  22. UTK: Reds Pitcher Mat Latos Has Another Setback, Reds' Rotation Struggles

    Mat Latos has a lot of new scars. They match his tattoos in ways, but they're hardly fashionable. He has a couple small ones on his elbow from having bone chips removed, then another couple on his knee where his meniscus was removed...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 8 days ago 2,668 reads 2 comments

  23. UTK: Craig Kimbrel Latest Atlanta Braves Pitcher with Arm Issues

    The season hasn't started well for the Atlanta Braves . Before they even got to Opening Day, they'd lost two of their starters (Kris Medlen and Brandon Beachy ) to Tommy John surgery...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 8 days ago 15,365 reads 27 comments

  24. UTK: How Good Is 'Good News' on Dustin Pedroia Wrist Injury for Red Sox?

    Good news is always good, but when it comes to medical information, "good news" can often be a term of art...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 8 days ago 2,956 reads 6 comments

  25. UTK: Matt Moore Heads to Surgery, Becomes First Ray in Years to Have Tommy John

    The streak is over. Whether you count Jason Isringhausen against the Tampa Bay Rays or not, it's still an incredible streak of health...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 8 days ago 704 reads 1 comments