Sergio Valdez

Sergio Valdez


My name is Sergio, and I'm 18 years old. I am currently enrolled in college and I love sports in general. My favorites are baseball and NFL football. I'm a huge Mets fan and both a Giants. I hope I can get into a career in sports when I'm older so this is a great place to develop my skills. I look forward to reading all your interesting articles and I hope you enjoy mine too.

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  • Kevin H. MacLean posted 2541 days ago

    Kevin H. MacLean

    For all of those out there who say baseball should have a salary cap, prepare to have some knowledge dropped on you.

  • A. Version 2.0 posted 2590 days ago

    A. Version 2.0


    I hope this can be a good read, let me know if you like it.

    It should be a good read.



  • Richard O'Neal posted 2613 days ago

    Richard O'Neal

    Former Kentucky Coach Arrested for Drunken Driving

    Please read and add comments on your thoughts about the ever-growing problem of alcohol on our roads.


  • Mike Kent posted 2615 days ago

    Mike  Kent

    For Jacobs and Turner waiting may be key

  • Richard Marsh posted 2638 days ago

    Richard Marsh

    Part VI. I believe I am halfway home. Looking forward for your comments.

  • Richard Marsh posted 2649 days ago

    Richard Marsh

    A real piece of history to show you why we are where we are today. Enjoy and comment if you choose too, please.

  • Mike Kent posted 2654 days ago

    Mike  Kent

    Don Mattingly as the Mets next manager? What do you think?

  • Richard O'Neal posted 2656 days ago

    Richard O'Neal

    I'm doing it a little different this time. Check out my review of the tragic sports-related deaths in 2009. I touched on some of the biggest so far.

    Please join me in discussing this tough subject by providing comments and helping to make this article a featured article on Bleacher Report.


  • D.J. Rallo posted 2656 days ago

    D.J.  Rallo

    Hey there!
    Today, I go back in time ten years ago in which the All Star Game was celebrated at Fenway Park in Boston. Arguably the most emotional All Star Game of all time as we celebrated a legend in Ted Williams who would not be with us much longer. But throughout the game, Williams' farewell had truly inspired the AL to win this game. Take a look back as I run down this historic game

    Feedback is always appreciated