1. Bay and Boston Had Deal in Place

    An interesting interview took place on NESN today between Peter Gammons and Heidi Watney on the Red Sox Hot Stove show. Gammons said that the Boston Red Sox had a deal in place with Jason Bay this past July but fell apart after an MRI...

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  2. End of the Road for BWest?

    Philadelphia reporter Howard Eskin said on last nights NBC Philadelphia’s Sports Final and his own 610 WIP show that Eagles running back Brian Westbrook may be forced to retire this off season...

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  3. Is Phillips Back on the Hot Seat?

    So one has to wonder is Dallas Cowboys coach Wade Phillips back on the hot seat? Owner Jerry Jones hates being embarrassed and his team was beaten like a red-headed step child by a 40-year old quarterback and a much hungrier Minnesota Vikings defense..

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  4. Giants Would Be “Best Fit” For Byrnes

    The Arizona Diamondbacks designated outfielder Eric Byrnes for assignment on Friday and he’s making it no secret what team he’d like to play for in 2010...

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  5. The Daily Dunk 1/17/10

    Here we go, a weekend edition of the Daily Dunk. Looking over highlight it looks like it was a fairly slow night highlight wise but some of the NBA’s big names went on a roll ...

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  6. Vote for Steve Nash

    Phoenix Suns point guard Steve Nash is lobbying the public to get himself into the 2010 All-Star Game. You know what I’m not going to lie the guy deserves to be starting. He’s avergaing 19...

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  7. Bengie and Mets Nearing Deal

    Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports is reporting today that free agent catcher Bengie Molina is finally coming down from his contractual demands...

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  8. The Daily Dunk – 1/12/10

    After an extended holiday break with minimal posts I figured it’s time to get back to work. To get it all going again I think its time to get back to the daily videos of the best NBA and NCAA dunks from the previous days games...

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  9. Moyer Unlikely for Opening Day

    What a surprise Philadelphia Phillies GM Ruben Amaro Jr is saying that starting pitcher Jamie Moyer won’t be ready to go by Opening Day 2010...

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  10. Culpepper Thinks He Can Still Start

    Yep, you read that right John Niyo of the Detroit News reports that Detroit Lions quarterback Daunte Culpepper thinks he can still be a starter in the NFL. The years about to change to 2010 but I guess Culepper is still living in 2005...

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  11. Last Goon Squad of 2009

    2009 was a great year for this blog but an even better year for some of the bloggers that I work with. I can go into all of the accomplishments they’ve had this year but that could take a while and make this a pretty long post...

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  12. Holmgren / Hasselbeck Reunion ?

    There’s tons of speculation on what new Cleveland Browns GM Mike Holmgren is going to do once the off season hit. The main point of conversation is will he be keeping his coach, Eric Mangini, but there is also another big one...

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  13. Contreras and the Cubbies

    Bruce Levine of ESPN Chicago reports today says that the Chicago Cubs are looking at free agent pitcher Jose Contreras. Contreras would be looked at as a back end of the rotation and/or long reliever...

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  14. Phils Also Looking At Rodney

    Earlier today I mentioned that the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim were getting serious about relief pitcher Fernando Rodney. That was according to Jayson Stark at ESPN, well Jayson’s colleague Buster Olney says another team is in hot pursuit...

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  15. Active Nats

    The Washington Nationals have been pretty damn active in the free agent market lately. Today they announced the signing of Jason Marquis, they’re the finalists for the services of Matt ...

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  16. Angels Get Serious

    According to Jayson Stark of ESPN, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are getting into serious negotiations with relief pitcher Fernando Rodney...

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  17. Yankees Continue Dealing

    Fresh off a World Series Championship and a blockbuster trade, the New York Yankees continue wheeling and dealing, landing another “ace” pitcher. That pitcher is former Yankee Javier Vazquez...

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  18. The Daily Dunk

    I love basketball but it’s so hard to watch an NBA game. Seriously, it’s pretty painful. The games are so slow and there isn’t much excitement anymore...

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  19. Dodgers Looking At Pineiro

    With Juan Pierre being traded the Los Angeles Dodgers now have some money to address a hole in their starting rotation. The Dodgers already lost Randy Wolf this offseason to the Milwaukee Brewers and need someone to replace his 11 wins and 3...

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  20. Bowl Season Betting and Trends

    By Kevin Taylor Along with the holiday season comes NCAA bowl season, which kicks off this week and runs through to January 7th, when the BCS Championship game will crown a champion for the 2009 season...

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  21. Windmill or Double Pump?

    During last nights Boston Celtics / Memphis Grizzlies game there was one hell of a dunk by the Grizzlies’ Sam Young. It was the classic steal a pass and race down court for the acrobatic dunk...

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  22. Ed Wade Gets Thrifty

    Houston Astros general manager Ed Wade got pretty creative over the baseball Winter Meetings. Yea, he lost the teams closer Jose Valverde after he declined arbitration. But he replaced him with three quality players for about the same price...

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  23. Giants Go Discount Shopping

    As the Winter Meetings come to a close the San Francisco Giants didn’t make any major moves, and it doesn’t look like they will. FOXSports...

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  24. John “Balls to the” Wall Against UCONN

    Last night was a hell of a matchup between the Kentucky Wildcats and UCONN Huskies. The two played the part of NCAA heavyweights and the game came down to the wire, like one would expect...

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  25. Godzilla Staying in the Bronx?

    There is a chance Hideki Matsui could stay with the New York Yankees, even after the trade for Curtis Granderson. Ken Davidoff reports that there is increasing chatter around baseball that the 2009 World Series MVP could stay put...

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