1. 2010 Buffalo Bills: A Perfect Example Of Why I Love Sports

    I don't officially know when my passion for the Buffalo Bills and sports started. However, my mother remembers me begging her to not turn off the television as the Bills trailed 35-3 ...

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  2. New Start, New Starter: Rookie, Spiller, Earns Featured Role

    On Wednesday, the Buffalo Bills announced that rookie running back, C.J. Spiller, will start the season opener against the Miami Dolphins...

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  3. Yankee Stadium: The Place That Converts Yankee Watchers Into Fans

    On Sunday, I made my second journey to the new Yankee Stadium with my fiance, Kate, and watched the New York Yankees lose, 7-3, to the Toronto Blue Jays...

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  4. Twitter-Sports Rundown: The Mets, Revis-Cowlishaw-Twitter Era, and Boobs

    It has been a week since my last twitter post. Here's stories that's been scrolling on my twitter page: This morning NY Post writer Joel Sherman commented on the "future" of the Mets...

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  5. Sunday Live Blog: Yankees vs. Mariners, Lou Piniella and Vin Scully

    Today, New York Yankees' pitcher C.C. Sabathia tries to continue a regular-season, unbeaten streak at home, which is at 19 games (14-0, 2...

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  6. Saturday Night Live Blog: Steelers vs. NY Giants, Linecum vs. Carpenter

    Not much going on tonight and my fiance, Kate, is asleep. This means I have the remote and I'll attempt my first Live Blog-NFL Red Zone host Scott Hanson said NFL Network was doing a rehearsal tonight...

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  7. Rex Ryan Reacts: Diva Act Creates Unnecessary Noise

    Remember during last year's Super Bowl when Snickers ran this commercial with Aretha Franklin? Well, New York Jets' head coach, Rex Ryan, did his best impression of the ad on Wednesday...

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  8. PED Era and Home Run Market Crash Hurts Alex Rodriguez's Major Milestone

    Celebrity gossip reporter, Perez Hilton, posted on his website that Alex Rodriguez broke a home run world record on Wednesday afternoon. (Sorry, I thought Perez Hilton breaking the A-Rod story is funnier and more entertaining then Peter Gammons doing so..

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  9. Saying Goodbye To the Greatest Era of Houston Astros Baseball

    It seems all too familiar. It’s way too soon to be doing this again. Three-and-a-half years ago during a seven-month span, Houston Astros fans witnessed the retirements of ...

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  10. Baseball's Best Bets for a Second-Half Surge

    On Monday, in Anaheim, California, Major League Baseball begins its yearly ceremonial celebration for the regular season's halfway point with the 81st All-Star Game...

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  11. Waiting Game: Should Rays Continue To Be Patient With B.J. Upton?

    One thing is apparent after the visiting Tampa Bay Rays salvaged a two-game split with the Boston Red Sox on Wednesday. B.J. Upton had nothing to do with it. That’s because the young center fielder wasn’t in the starting lineup...

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  12. MLB Realignment: A.L. East, Meet A.L. North

    The topic of Major League Baseball realignment is in the headlines again. Published today on MLB.com was an article by John Schlegel, who says realignment talk now revolves around the game's big rivalries...

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  13. Fantasy Baseball: Searching for Ben Zobrist—2010's Unexpected Stars

    The fantasy baseball world is fictionally cruel. In the preseason, an owner will endlessly study players to get the best value in his or her draft...

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  14. Running Down a Dream: Four Rounds, Two Top Amateurs, Many Good Stores

    All a competitive golfer ever wants is a chance to prove he can play against the best. The U.S. Open gives every golfer that chance. In four days, three golfers finished in the Top-25...

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  15. 2010 FIFA World Cup: What Sports Fans Need To Know

    This is not your ordinary World Cup soccer preview. In fact, if you’re looking for in-depth analysis on Saturday’s match between the United States and England, close the browser and start over...

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  16. Answering The Call, Again: The New Orleans Saints In Oil-Saturated LA

    The New Orleans Saints are living up to their nickname once again. On Tuesday, the XLIV Super Bowl champions left together on a charter bus to visit the Plaquemines Parish region ...

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  17. Still Tossing: Jamie Moyer, 47, Is Still a Valuable Option in Fantasy

    Some things in life you just cannot explain. Things like: How does lint get in my belly button? How do ugly musicians marry supermodels? And, how in the world is Jamie Moyer, 47, ...

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  18. Weekend Downer: Overshadowed Icon, Stolen Perfecto and Death Of A Wizard

    This week in the world of sports, the phrase, “all bad things come is threes,” was taken to a new level...

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  19. New Super Bowl Decade, Same Results: Why the Saints Will Win a Close One

    Remember about 15 years ago? Just a couple hours before the kickoff to the Super Bowl, you would be surrounded by friends or relatives and talk about how good this year’s Super Bowl could be...

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  20. The 2009 Tampa Bay Rays: Testing a Theory of Evolution

    Is it really Thursday already? It’s hard to believe Opening Day is three days in the review mirror. What is not hard to believe is on day four, the New York Yankees are 0-2 and everyone in the Northeast is on the brink of suicide...

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  21. Divided Nation: A Breakdown of the 2009 Yankee-Red Sox Arguments

    With Opening Day quickly approaching, baseball fans are rejoicing. So please, let’s all cement our World Series predictions, cast our premature ballots for MVP and still hold ...

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  22. Deja Vu All Over Again: Comparing the 2003 Orangemen to the 2009 Orange

    Six years seems like a long time ago, doesn't it? For most Sryacuse Orange fans, the 2003 season seemed like a dream you never woke up from. It started with a first-round win over Manhattan...

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