1. Live Blog: Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New Jersey Devils

    4:13pm—Not like this is ever a surprise, but there are a lot of empty seats in the lower level. I think it's more surprising because this is a holiday and the attendance was expected to be decent...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 110 reads 0 comments

  2. MLB Rumors: 10 Players the New York Mets Should Aim for This Winter

    The New York Mets have already begun to clean house, which means they'll eventually be kicking the tires on MLB free agents and other available options. Again...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 1,342 reads 5 comments

  3. First Impression: Five Things We Learned From Day One of The 2010 MLB Postseason

    If Wednesday was any indication of how the rest of the MLB postseason is going to be, man, we are going to be a part of something special...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 319 reads 2 comments

  4. Michael Vick Injured: The Philadelphia Eagles Need to Step Up

    The Philadelphia Eagles are currently sitting at 2-2, tied for first place in the NFC East, thanks in part to Michael Vick's stellar performance in the first three weeks of the season...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 1,922 reads 0 comments

  5. Alex Ovechkin: What Fans Can Expect This Season

    The NHL regular season is two days away. Which means Washington Capitals forward Alexander Ovechkin is two days away from tearing apart defenses across North America...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 456 reads 4 comments

  6. Philadelphia Eagles Looking To Soar: Five Ways They'll Beat Washington Redskins

    The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the more somewhat surprising first place teams in the NFL through the first three weeks...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 62 reads 0 comments

  7. MLB Pennant Race: San Diego Padres' Last Playoffs Chance Lies in San Francisco

    Don't fool yourself by thinking the San Diego Padres are going to sneak into the postseason by winning the National League wild card...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 1,258 reads 1 comments

  8. As The Calendar Turns: Top 5 NFL Storylines in Week 4

    The Bears are entering Week 4 as one of only three teams in the NFL with a perfect 3-0 record (the Chiefs and Steelers are the others)...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 823 reads 3 comments

  9. New Jersey Devils: Five Reasons Why They Are More Dangerous Than Ever in 2010-11

    Excellent regular seasons have been rather common in the past decade and a half for the New Jersey Devils. Over the past few seasons, first-round playoff exits have been just as frequent...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 2,104 reads 6 comments

  10. Colorado Rockies Lose Again, Playoff Hopes Continue to Fade Away

    With each Colorado Rockies' loss, the Major League Baseball playoffs and memories of Rocktobers past have never felt so far away...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 219 reads 0 comments

  11. Not On Our Time: New York Mets Gain a Little Revenge on Philadelphia Phillies

    A total of 45,302 Phanatics packed into Citizens Bank Park on Sunday afternoon fully expecting to see the Philadelphia Phillies end the day by celebrating their fourth straight division championship...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 4 years ago 239 reads 0 comments

  12. Oh, Jenrry: New York Mets Have a Decision To Make on Future of Mejia

    If you follow the Mets beat writers on Twitter like I do, you would know that a majority of the conversation tonight was not about how the Mets got knocked around like chumps against the NL East-leading Atlanta Braves...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about almost 5 years ago 288 reads 14 comments

  13. Philadelphia Phillies Swept, Still Looking for Second-Half Magic

    Facing the Phillies at home in the second half over the past few seasons has not exactly been a walk in the park. It's been more like a run. Lots and lots of runs for the Phillies. The Astros sure didn't make it look too hard this week...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 204 reads 0 comments

  14. Can the New York Mets Rely On R.A. Dickey for 2011?

    I'm not going to lie. I mercilessly mocked the New York Mets for signing R.A. Dickey in the offseason. To be honest, I was frustrated...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 274 reads 5 comments

  15. MLB Standings: Who Makes the Playoffs?

    The All-Star break has historically been known as a nice three-day break where the media and fans can settle down and get a good look at where each team stands as they head into the unofficial second half of the season...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 934 reads 5 comments

  16. We Believe in Comebacks: David Wright Making Noise for National League MVP Award

    David Wright's career hit a low point in 2009. Sure, he hit .307, but he had a career low in home runs (10) and runs batted in (72) since his first full year in 2005...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 497 reads 4 comments

  17. Forget Cliff Lee, New York Mets Fans: Roy Oswalt is the Man for this Team

    You know by now that there are two pretty appetizing starting pitching options on the Mets' radar right now. Those two, obviously, are Cliff Lee and Roy Oswalt...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 630 reads 1 comments

  18. Andy Pettitte Making a Strong and Silent Case for AL Cy Young

    Andy Pettitte has had a remarkable MLB career. He's won 12 or more games in 14 of his first 15 seasons, and is the only pitcher in major league history to have a record above .500 for all of his first 15 seasons...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 1,010 reads 7 comments

  19. One Too Many: Which Marlins Outfielder Is Losing His Job?

    Mike Stanton is on his way to the Florida Marlins. No, not that Mike Stanton. It's the 20-year-old Los Angeles native, an outfielder currently in the Florida Marlins farm system...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about 4 years ago 376 reads 1 comments

  20. Philadelphia Flyers-Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Showdown? All Signs Say Yes

    Turns out the NHL's vague marketing slogan is indeed correct. History will be made. But it won't be San Jose being the fourth team in NHL history to come back from a 3-0 series deficit...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 1,657 reads 4 comments

  21. Road-Weary New York Mets Looking Forward To Returning To Queens

    The last time the New York Mets walked off the diamond at Citi Field, they'd just swept the Los Angeles Dodgers to complete a 9-1 homestand for the third time in franchise history...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 136 reads 1 comments

  22. You Thought That Was Bad? Top Five Worst NJ Devils Playoff Eliminations

    After the New Jersey Devils were eliminated in the first round- again-, for some reason, it didn't seem as if it was as deflating as in years past. I looked at some of the past results, and there's good reason for that...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 6,442 reads 12 comments

  23. Third Time Not a Charm for New Jersey Devils: Eliminated from First Round Again

    The Devils' fate was officially sealed Thursday night. It was unofficially sealed when Olli Jokinen's ill-fated backhand shot on Brian Boucher in the shootout was stopped, combined ...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 161 reads 4 comments

  24. NHL Playoffs: New Jersey Devils Are As Close to Done As Done Gets

    The Devils were facing a must-win situation tonight in Philadelphia. Down 2-1 in the best-of-seven series, New Jersey was looking to even up the series and head back to the Rock with home-ice advantage regained...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 254 reads 1 comments

  25. Fight for What's Right: Martin Brodeur Gets My Vezina Vote

    If you believe everything you read, you'd be under the assumption that there is no real threat to take down Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller in this year's Vezina Trophy running...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 172 reads 1 comments