1. The Only Met Swinging To Win

    Overall, the New York Mets have underachieved up until this point in the season. Sitting at 10-13, their mediocre brand of baseball has had the Queens faithful groaning both in their living room and in the seats of the sparkling new Citi Field...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 5 years ago 202 reads 1 comments

  2. NHL Eastern Conference Semifinals: Which Hero Will Rise?

    As if the first round of the NHL Eastern Conference Stanley Cup Playoffs wasn't exciting enough, the second round gets even better. The heads of all NHL fans, turn to Alexander Ovechkin and Sidney Crosby...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 5 years ago 84 reads 0 comments

  3. Looking Ahead: The New York Mets Offense In 2009

    There is definitely some upgrades to the New York Mets entering the 2009 season. Most of those advancements, including all the important ones were made in the pitching department...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about almost 6 years ago 259 reads 3 comments

  4. Francisco Rodriguez Headed To Queens

    Major League Baseball's best closer has come to terms with the New York Mets this afternoon at the winter meetings in Las Vegas...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about 6 years ago 83 reads 5 comments

  5. Big 12 Tragedy...Surprise, Surprise...The BCS Committee Screwed Up Again

    Anyone that tells you that Oklahoma deserves to be in the Big 12 title game vs. Mizzou over Texas does not know what they are talking about...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about 6 years ago 571 reads 12 comments

  6. Detroit Red WIngs Heading Back to the Stanley Cup Finals Again?

    The 2007-2008 Detroit Red Wings were not just the best team in the Western Conference last year—they were the best team in the NHL, by far...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 369 reads 2 comments

  7. The Top 5 Cities To Be a Sports Fan

    Some cities are great places to be a sports fan. Conversely, others are not so great. Either it's a very small market, the team is bad, or there is just not a high demand for franchises. Here, we want to stick with the good cities for sports...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 4,335 reads 9 comments

  8. The New York Jets Gear Up For 2008

    JET FAVRE'S A BRETT I DON'T BELIEVE IT!! haha, no. But seriously. The New York Jets were 4-12 last year...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 165 reads 2 comments

  9. And The Beasts of The East Are.....NOT The Philadelphia Phillies

    The New York Mets. Anybody who would have told you the New York Mets would be leading the National League East by 2 games in May would have been thrown under the guillotine for blasphemy...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 143 reads 0 comments

  10. Hornets-Lakers Potential Preview in NBA Western Conference Finals

    Chris Paul has led his New Orleans Hornets to a 2-0 lead against the defending champion San Antonio Spurs. With Game 3 tonight, the big easy buzzers have a chance to go up 3-0 and knock the Spurs down for the count...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 722 reads 2 comments

  11. Penguins-Flyers Battle Stars Sid the Kid and Amazing Evgeni Malkin

    The NHL Eastern Conference Finals are sure to be two extremely entertaining series. A scrappy group of Philadelphia Flyers are fresh off convincingly beating the number one seeded Montreal Canadiens in five games...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 883 reads 3 comments

  12. What Will Hinder Mets From Post-Season Glory?

    The New York Mets are now 30 games into the 2008 season. There are many fans, including this one, that are upset with many different things involving this ball club. One of those things being the hitting...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 252 reads 1 comments

  13. New York-San Jose: Goals From Mike Magee and Jozy Altidore Give Bulls 3 Points

    The New York Red Bulls came into their game against the re-expansion San Jose Earthquakes needing a win. With a 1-1-1 record, they were at five points, several behind the Eastern Conference leaders...

    Brian Sausa Written by Brian Sausa about over 6 years ago 375 reads 1 comments