1. Amidst Referee Strike, NBA Re-Hires Tim Donaghy (Satire)

    In less than a year, Tim Donaghy went from being a felon to a man with a job, as he was able to negotiate a contract with the NBA to bring him back as a referee...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 992 reads 21 comments

  2. Mauer Power: Why Joe Mauer, Not Derek Jeter, Will Win The AL MVP

    If this is the 20th article you have read about the AL MVP race featuring Joe Mauer and Derek Jeter, you should do two things: 1) Stop reading this article...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 387 reads 9 comments

  3. Home Runs: The Potion That Turned into a Poison

    I think it is time that all baseball fans make an assessment of the way the game is looked at statistically. It doesn't take Bill James to figure out that baseball writers and fans put way too much emphasis on home runs...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 94 reads 0 comments

  4. In The Absence of Two Veterans, David Harris Steps Up In Jets Victory

    In a game where the Jets were without two of their top defensive stars, another player stepped up and led the defense. Shaun Ellis and Calvin Pace were both suspended for violating the league's substance abuse policy...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 156 reads 0 comments

  5. Chris Carpenter: The Second Coming of Sandy Koufax?

    As of this morning, the St. Louis Cardinals are 84-58, 10.5 games in front of the Chicago Cubs for first place in the NL Central...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 272 reads 6 comments

  6. Mets Auction off 2009 Disabled List Rather Than Lineup Card

    In a season where the disabled list meant more than the lineup card, the Mets decided to auction off their disabled list at a charity event on Friday night...

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  7. Brady Scores: Connects With Newest "Tight End" Bundchen

    Tom Brady set the NFL scoring record in 2007, and it looks like he's on pace to do it again. After a record 50 touchdown season in 2007, Brady started off his 2009 season with a bang, finding new tight end Gisele Bundchen wide open in the end zone...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 1,092 reads 23 comments

  8. NFL Fans: Stop Hating on Brett Favre

    In an NFL offseason that seemed to fade away quicker than Randy Moss running a fade route, one topic is still mentioned: Brett Favre coming out of his retirement(s)...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 668 reads 42 comments

  9. 25 Greatest Offensive Players in New York Jets History

    As the 2009 NFL season nears, I am definitely catching the NFL fever. Researching for this article really helped me learn some names any good Jet fan should know, such as Emerson Boozer, Wesley Walker and Freeman McNeil...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 828 reads 36 comments

  10. If God Were an Athlete, Who Would It Be?

    First off, I want to say that this article has nothing to do with my opinions on god. The reasoning for my title is because most humans, believers in god or not, associate god with some form of perfection...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about almost 5 years ago 171 reads 2 comments

  11. New York Jets 2009 Season Preview

    It’s Week 12 of the 2008 NFL season, and the New York Jet is on cruise control. With an 8-3 record, the captain of the Jet, Eric Mangini, has done a reputable job operating the jet, with a load of assistance from co-pilot Brett Favre...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 408 reads 11 comments

  12. Bleacher Report is My Summer Vacation, and My Addiction

    Right now, I am supposed to be on a cruise with my family, sailing up the Atlantic Ocean. I am supposed to be "relaxing," a word that hasn't quite reached my limited vocabulary, or for that matter, any of my family members'...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 96 reads 4 comments

  13. Joba Doesn't Rule: Joe Girardi, What Means More, Joba Rules or a Ring?

    Yesterday, ESPN reported that the Yankees have decided to put Joba Chamberlain back on a five day rotation, rather than rotations of longer rests in order to conserve Joba's arm...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 118 reads 6 comments

  14. Pre-1956 Cy Young Award Winners: Part 1

    In case you weren't aware, the Cy Young Award was invented in 1956 by then commissioner Ford Frick, to commemorate the all time wins leader who had died the year before...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 357 reads 2 comments

  15. The All-Time Yankee Team

    Over 107 baseball seasons (but who's counting?), it's obvious that the New York Yankees have enjoyed much success. But it also appears obvious that there have been numerous players that have been lucky enough to wear the pinstripes that define the Bronx..

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 1,341 reads 8 comments

  16. In Steroid Era, Ruth's Legacy Shines, but Does He Deserve the Recogniton?

    If you were asked to sum up the last 20 baseball seasons in one word, what would that word be? Of course, the words dramatic, exciting and dominating probably come to mind, but there are a few ...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 957 reads 22 comments

  17. New York Yankees 2009 Awards

    In a season capped off by the acquisitions of C.C. Sabathia, A.J. Burnett and Mark Teixiera, the admittance of steroid use from Alex Rodriguez and many other crazy things, the Yankees have the best record in baseball...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 286 reads 17 comments

  18. NY Yankees: Nine Years without a World Series Win Isn't a Curse, but a Lesson

    The New York Yankees have 26 World Championships, 39 Pennants and 47 playoff berths. The Yankees have won more World Series Championships than all the team from the AL Central, AL West, and NL East combined...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 330 reads 0 comments

  19. Hideki Matsui: The Epitome of Sportsmanship

    Hideki Matsui came to New York in 2003 without a home or a working knowledge of the English language. He left with both, plus a fan base that spans half the globe...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 882 reads 10 comments

  20. Can the New York Jets Make the Playoffs?

    It is that one question that is mentioned in every conversation of every fan of every team in every sport. Can they make the playoffs? The team and sport fluctuates based on the fan's preferences, ...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 1,126 reads 12 comments

  21. A-God: Alex Rodriguez Makes Headlines with New TV Show (Humor)

    Just months after admitting steroid use, you would think Alex Rodriguez is keeping everything low profile. Well, think again...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  22. What Will the New York Yankees' Rotation Look Like in 2010?

    The New York Yankees came into this season with arguably one of the best rotations in baseball; a rotation that features CC Sabathia, A.J. Burnett, Andy Pettitte, Chien-Ming Wang, and Joba Chamberlain...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 1,684 reads 25 comments

  23. 2009 Yankees Trade Deadline Report Card

    The trade deadline has come and gone, and as expected, the Yankees were mentioned quite a bit. But talk is cheap. What the Yankees could have done and what they did and what they could have done are two totally different things...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 385 reads 1 comments

  24. Latrell Sprewell Sings With New York Knicks (HUMOR)

    In a move that will rattle the bones of all NBA fans, the Knicks have signed Latrell Sprewell. This is Sprewell's second stint with the team, his first coming between 1998-2003...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 2,518 reads 10 comments

  25. Why the Pittsburgh Pirates Have Hope with Neal Huntington As GM

    For all Pirates fans who think that Neal Huntington has dementia and can't remember that he just traded a key player so he goes out and does it again, you won't like this article...

    Sam  Fogelgaren Written by Sam Fogelgaren about 5 years ago 575 reads 14 comments