1. MLB Cooperstown Conundrum: Baseball Drops the Ball with Hall of Fame Letdown

    For the first time since 1996, no one has been elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame. Now granted, with filler names on the ballot such as Kenny Lofton, Jeff Cirillo, Rondell ...

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  2. AL East: The Yankees Are Rebuilding for This Year Again

    With the announcement that Alex Rodriguez needed hip surgery, as a New York Yankees fan, I was strangely excited. Finally the Yankees would use this opportunity to get younger on the diamond, I thought...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 1 year ago 1,047 reads 12 comments

  3. Milwaukee Brewers: Could They Land Josh Hamilton? It's Possible

    When Josh Hamilton was taken first overall by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 1999 MLB draft, the Devil Rays knew what they were getting: a ballplayer who hit ...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 1 year ago 2,719 reads 38 comments

  4. Utah Jazz: Can They Shock the West, and Then the World?

    With a 36-30 record during 2011-12 season, the Utah Jazz were considered a surprise playoff team. With a home record of 25-8, Utah remained one of the hardest places in the NBA for a road team to snag a victory...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 1 year ago 1,194 reads 16 comments

  5. Oakland Athletics: How They Are Winning and How They Can Keep This Up

    T he Oakland Athletics are currently sitting at 53-45, and are 9-2 in their last 11 games. Not too shabby. But how? This team ranks in the basement in hitting...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about almost 2 years ago 798 reads 3 comments

  6. Yankees Trade Rumors: New York Looking for Hot Corner Help, but Why?

    When Alex Rodriguez 's hand broke after being hit by a pitch during the Yankees' trip to Seattle, the Yankee faithful collectively panicked...

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  7. Los Angeles Dodgers: Hanley Ramirez Now Playing in LA, Tickets Still Available

    Hanley Ramirez 's see-saw career continued this week when the Miami Marlins finally threw the towel in and traded him t o the Los Angeles Dodgers for Nathan Eovaldi and a prospect (via Jim Peltz of the L...

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  8. Phillies Trade Rumors: Buy? Sell? Philadelphia Looks Confused as Deadline Looms

    In the days leading up to the MLB trade deadline, the Philadelphia Phillies find themselves in an unfamiliar position. Perhaps...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about almost 2 years ago 1,225 reads 3 comments

  9. Why the Mets Aren't Completely Doomed in 2012

    The Mets' home of Citi Field, where beer, hot dogs and tickets will be on the cheap side once again. Well, maybe not the beer, or the hot dogs for that matter, but Citi Field actually ...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 2 years ago 404 reads 2 comments

  10. MLB Fantasy Baseball 2012: 5 Players Who Can Quietly Anchor Your Team This Year

    Albert Pujols. Troy Tulowitzki. Miguel Cabrera. Prince Fielder. Matt Kemp. Five fantasy studs. Five players who will inevitably be taken in the first half of the first round of your fantasy baseball draft...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 2 years ago 1,535 reads 31 comments

  11. 2012 Baseball Preview: Can the Chicago White Sox Contend?

    On December 6, 2011, Chicago White Sox GM Kenny Williams sent the Sox faithful a mixed message when he traded the team's closer Sergio Santos to the Toronto Blue Jays for a single prospect in Nestor Molina...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 2 years ago 581 reads 6 comments

  12. 5 Reasons Why John Wall Will Never Win an NBA MVP Award

    John Wall, out of the University of Kentucky has a legion of followers more because of a dance that gained him notoriety than his playing. After being in college for only one season, Wall left to go to the NBA, where he's having a decent rookie season...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 3 years ago 2,686 reads 46 comments

  13. Washington Wizards at Cleveland Cavaliers Preview

    A strange event is brewing in the NBA . On February 13, 2011, the Washington Wizards travel to Cleveland to play the Cleveland Cavaliers. If the Cavs don't win a game until that date, they will have lost 27 games in a row...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 3 years ago 601 reads 27 comments

  14. 2011 NFL Pro Bowl: Back in Hawaii, Back in Action

    When the Pro Bowl first originated in 1939, the game was played in Los Angeles' Wrigley Field and consisted of members of the NFL and the Los Angeles Bulldogs, a team in the second American Football League...

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  15. New York Knicks: The Five Most Useless Knicks in The Past Decade

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  16. 2011 MLB Sleepers: From Arizona To Minnesota To New York and Beyond

    The 2011 baseball season is fast approaching. Need a quick head start come draft day? Here are five potential sleepers that could light a fire under your team and launch you into first place before you know it...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 3 years ago 3,305 reads 5 comments

  17. Shawne Williams: A New York Knick with a Checkered Past Strikes Again

    On Friday night, Shawne Williams of the New York Knicks got into a fistfight with Marvin Williams of the Atlanta Hawks with only seconds to go in the fourth quarter of a game ...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 3 years ago 619 reads 13 comments

  18. New York Knicks: Swishin' And Dishin', the Improbable Rise Of Danilo Gallinari

    Born August 8, 1988 in Sant'Angelo Lodigiano, a small province in Italy, Danilo Gallinari was always different...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 3 years ago 1,904 reads 15 comments

  19. Jason Bay, Where Are You?

    Born in 1978 in Trail, British Columbia, Jason Bay has kicked around the major leagues since 2003 when he made his debut for the San Diego Padres after attending Gonzaga University...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 4 years ago 647 reads 3 comments

  20. Urban Meyer Steps Aside

    It has just been announced that Florida football coach Urban Meyer is stepping down, and will be coaching his final game for Florida when the Gators play Cincinnati in the Sugar Bowl on New Years' Day...

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  21. 27 RINGS! But Now What?

    The New York Yankees have just nailed down their 27th World Series Championship. Contrary to Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins' prediction that the Phillies would win in 5 games, the Yankees handled the Phillies in 6 games...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 4 years ago 242 reads 0 comments

  22. Did Vegas Just Get Away with Murder? I Think So...

    Did Vegas just get away with murder? It seems that way... (Austin, TX)- Tonight, the No. 2 Oklahoma Sooners headed to Austin to take on the Longhorns from Texas. The line was set to an ominous Texas -1...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 5 years ago 43 reads 0 comments

  23. The 2009 Rays? How About The...San Francisco Giants

    In January of 2008, I was sitting in the MGM Sportsbook in Las Vegas with a friend of mine; another Yankee fan. I reached behind all of the spreadsheets and stats to get a copy of the 2008 World Series championship odds...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about over 5 years ago 248 reads 5 comments

  24. Hockey Just Found a New Fan

    After watching tonight's epic Game Five of the 2008 Stanley Cup Finals, I have been won over by the sport of hockey. Finally. I live and breathe baseball and football, but now see why others do the same with hockey...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about 6 years ago 352 reads 1 comments

  25. Ken Griffey, Jr. Hitting 700 in a Perfect World

    In a perfect world, Ken Griffey, Jr. would be hitting home run number 700, not 600. The entire controversy of baseball's home run king, Barry Bonds, would be avoided to an extent...

    Andrew Phillips Written by Andrew Phillips about 6 years ago 381 reads 0 comments