1. Where Are They Now: Former Washington State Star Taylor Rochestie

    After a successful freshman year at Tulane, and three great seasons at Washington State University, guard Taylor Rochestie has moved on to bigger and better things...

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  2. NBA Playoffs Picks Sunday: Spurs/Grizzlies, Knicks/Celtics, Nuggets/Thunder

    After a 2-1 day yesterday , let’s see what I can pull off on the second day of the NBA playoffs. Here’s who I like: San Antonio Spurs vs...

    Ben Weixlmann Written by Ben Weixlmann about 3 years ago 791 reads 5 comments

  3. MLB: Top Five Current Jewish Major League Baseball Players

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  4. NBA Playoffs 2011 Day One: What We Learned from Game One

    The 2011 NBA Playoffs may be just one day old, but we’ve already learned a lot of valuable information. Chicago Bulls vs...

    Ben Weixlmann Written by Ben Weixlmann about 3 years ago 575 reads 3 comments

  5. Dwight Howard: From High School Phenom to NBA Superstar

    Heard this: Orlando Magic superstar is the odds-on favorite to take home the 2011 NBA Defensive Player of the Year award. In his seventh year in the NBA, Howard is showing he was worthy of the No...

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  6. Albert Pujols: When Will the St. Louis Cardinals Get This Deal Done?

    Now entering the cold month of January and with February just a month away, we find ourselves talking more about the 2011 St. Louis Cardinals...

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  7. The Denard Robinson Show

    Denard. Shoelace. D-Rob. Whatever you prefer to call Michigan starting quarterback Denard Robinson, there’s one thing everyone can all agree on: he’s taking the college football world by storm...

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  8. St. Louis Cardinals Lose Again, Struggles Still Exist

    ST. LOUIS—Struggles. That’s been the single word of choice from St. Louis Cardinals’ manager Tony La Russa the past week or so...

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  9. Cardinals' Cold Bats, Terrible Pitching Continue to Frustrate

    ST. LOUIS--When St. Louis Cardinals' manager Tony La Russa walked into the room for his postgame press conference Monday night, he had a look of frustration, exhaustion, and disgust...

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  10. Tyler Greene's Recall Should Benefit Cardinals

    When the St. Louis Cardinals drafted Tyler Greene with the 30th overall pick in the 2005 draft, they knew they were getting a polished player...

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  11. Albert Pujols Defines History in St. Louis

    ST. LOUIS—LeBron James might be “The King”, but in St. Louis, locals will tell you there’s a more important person in town, “El Hombre”...

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  12. There's Something to be Said for Rehab Assignments

    Although they are becoming less and less popular among Major League teams, rehabilitation assignments have shown capability to work...

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  13. Help Wanted: Third Baseman with a Heavy Bat

    Joe Thurston. Brian Barden. Tyler Greene. David Freese. All have played third base, none have done well, and it’s as simple as that...

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  14. Cardinals Injuries Make Going Tough

    It’s no secret that the St. Louis Cardinals’ bats have been ice-cold lately. Stellar pitching has kept them on the heels of the Milwaukee Brewers in the NL Central standings, ...

    Ben Weixlmann Written by Ben Weixlmann about 5 years ago 99 reads 2 comments

  15. Brendan Ryan and Nick Stavinoha Aiding St. Louis Cardinals' Success

    ST LOUIS—It should come as no surprise that the St. Louis Cardinals are contending for first place in the NL Central; after all, they’ve been a powerhouse for years...

    Ben Weixlmann Written by Ben Weixlmann about 5 years ago 495 reads 2 comments

  16. Mather Cut, Cardinals' Roster Set

    After it was widely assumed that the St. Louis Cardinals would head to Memphis carrying 26 players, the management decided to finalize the Opening Day roster by relegating Joe Mather to Triple-A Memphis...

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  17. Albert Pujols Wants to Stay in St. Louis for Career

    I know it's been a while but I'm back and ready to go, because although there's still snow on the ground some places in the United States, Jupiter, Florida certainly doesn't fit that description...

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  18. Albert Pujols Tabbed As MLB Man of the Year

    It's one thing to be remembered as a great player, but few athletes earn the label as a great person off the field, as well. St...

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  19. San Antonio Spurs Frontcourt Preview

    Over the past 11 seasons, when the words "San Antonio Spurs" were uttered, the most common word association that popped into our minds as NBA fans was "Tim Duncan...

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  20. Why I Love College Basketball: No. 1—Stephen Curry

    This is the first in a new series of articles that I am going to be doing throughout the college basketball season. The series is called, “Why I Love College Basketball...

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  21. Rays-Red Sox: ALCS Game Three Fan Reaction and Game Four Preview

    Who would have thought it could happen? Clearly not anyone in Boston, and most certainly only a select few from the Tampa Bay area...

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  22. Rays-Red Sox: ALCS Game Three Fan Reaction

    If Tampa Bay Rays fans thought that the ALCS might be lost, B.J. Upton's sacrifice fly gave them some new life. That being said, the series now shifts to Boston for two games...

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  23. Rays-Red Sox: The 2008 ALCS Preview

    The East division clearly showed that it was the cream of the crop this year in the American League. Now, though, the Tampa Bay Rays and Boston Red Sox will square off to see who heads to the World Series to represent their league...

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  24. Rays-White Sox: ALDS Game Three Reaction, Game Four Preview

    Tampa Bay Rays' starting pitcher Matt Garza got touched up, but it was a flat out ugly game for the AL East Champions. Chicago White Sox starter John Danks was downright filthy, despite giving up a two-run blast to centerfielder B...

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  25. Rays-White Sox: ALDS Game Two Fan Reaction/Game Three Preview

    I said someone had to step up if the Tampa Bay Rays wanted to beat battle-tested lefty Mark Buehrle in Game Two...

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