1. Matsui Vs Johnson : Six Months Later

    On December 19, 2009 Hideki Matsui signed a 1 year $6.5 million contract with the Los Angeles Angels less than two months after helping lead the New York Yankees to their 27th world title...

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  2. The Yankees Gave Away Too Much For Curtis Granderson.

    Austin Jackson is unproven, granted. But to give away his potential for a guy who hits left handers like a little leaguer is unforgivable...

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  3. South Carolina On The Rise

    For most programs going 7-5 (3-5) for the season wouldn't be much to get excited about.  In fact, going 7-5 in some programs would have the head coach looking in the classifieds for a new job...

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  4. Dat Nguyen Coming Back to Texas A&M As Linebacker Coach?

    He was once the pride of the Aggie's defense.  The leader of the wrecking crew and one of the most decorated defensive players in college football history.  He quite possibly is Texas A&M's most celebrated and famous player...

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  5. Pacquiao's Hand Speed and Power Greater Than Mayweather's

    Manny Pacquiao is stronger and faster than Floyd Mayweather Jr. If that statement seems a little sharp and short to you, thats only because the cold simple truth of things are often brief and to the point...

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  6. The Rich Get Richer: Yankees Look To Land Mauer, Halladay and Holliday

    The Yankees don't rebuild, they reload. To put it another way, the Yankees use their massive overwhelming wealth to buy other teams' best players out from under them and field the best collection of talent year in and year out...

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  7. Tim Tebow Earned The Name "Superman"

    They say no one is perfect.  Well "they" obviously have never met Tim Tebow.  As Tebow finishes his up his mythical college career, he leaves behind a legacy the likes of which college football may never see again...

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  8. Manny Pacquiao On the Brink of Being P4P the Greatest of All-Time

    Manny Pacquiao is the greatest fighter of the last 20 years. Let’s just get that out of the way right now. Pacquiao’s Rocky-esque defeat of Miguel Cotto was yet another amazing chapter to his growing legend...

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  9. The Night Hideki Matsui Became a Yankee Legend

    Every guy that has ever played baseball on any level has dreamed about it. Playing in the World Series in Yankee Stadium with the Championship on the line and delivering one of the greatest performances ...

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  10. Tim Tebow May Be Carolina Bound

    The Carolina Panthers need a new Quarterback. Tim Tebow needs a team willing and able to rebuild themselves around the unique skills that made him one of the greatest QBs in the history of college football...

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  11. Lyoto Machida's Decision Victory Over Rua Legitimate Despite Backlash.

    Lyoto Machida's unanimous decision victory over Mauricio Rua was a lot of things. It was ugly, It was hard fought, It was close, but, the one thing it was not was wrong...

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  12. Matsui And Damon Shine In The 2009 World Series, But Who Will Stay?

    Johnny Damon stole the show in game 4 of the World Series. Damon pulled an encore performance of his role in the 2004 ALCS, back when he was playing against the Yankees and not for them, by ...

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