1. New York Yankees: Andy Pettitte Needs To Make Texas Rangers Runners Uncomfortable

    The American League Championship Series moves to the Bronx tonight as the Yankees and Rangers are locked up at one game apiece. The pitching matchup of Andy Pettitte and Cliff Lee should be a great one...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about almost 4 years ago 162 reads 1 comments

  2. ALCS 2010: Who Has the Edge in Yankees vs. Rangers?

    The American League Championship Series begins tonight when the Texas Rangers host the New York Yankees. Despite looking quite different at first glance, the two ball clubs may be more similar than you think...

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  3. MVP Candidates Robinson Cano and Josh Hamilton Set To Clash In ALCS

    It’s down to two teams for the title of American League Champion. It appears it’s down to two players for the title of American League MVP...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about almost 4 years ago 183 reads 1 comments

  4. Brace Yourself: Centenary College Teams Up With Ektio

    $1 million a year in emergency room visits. $4.2 billion economical loss. $3,000 – $5,000 per incident. Those numbers represent the money spent annually on ankle sprain injuries...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about almost 4 years ago 345 reads 0 comments

  5. ALDS Preview: Yankees vs. Twins

    Here we go again. October baseball. Yankees vs. Twins. Is this the year Minnesota overtakes the Achilles heel that has been the New York Yankees? It seems like every time the ...

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  6. Rutgers-Tulane: A Homecoming Disaster

    Saturday’s game against Tulane left many fans as well as myself pretty much speechless. I mentioned last week that Tulane was a solid team and was going to come to play ...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about almost 4 years ago 396 reads 0 comments

  7. New York Yankees Announce ALDS Roster; A.J. Burnett Is On, Javier Vazquez Off

    The New York Yankees have released their 25-man roster for the American League Division Series which begins Wednesday in Minnesota. While most of the roster is as expected, there were some decisions manager Joe Girardi needed to make...

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  8. LaDainian Tomlinson Defying Critics, Sparking NY Jets

    Future Hall of Fame running back LaDainian Tomlinson heard all the rumors. Critics all across the country had called LT washed up, past his prime, saying he is no longer able to carry an offense...

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  9. Rutgers Football: Calling Out the 'Fans' of Rutgers Football

    What happened to the Rutgers football program? For all the improvement and excitement that had been generated since head coach Greg Schiano stepped on campus, the program seems to be losing it’s fan interest...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about almost 4 years ago 771 reads 2 comments

  10. New York Mets: Jerry Manuel Will Not Return and Omar Minaya Will Not Be GM

    According to reports, manager Jerry Manuel and GM Omar Minaya will not be returning to those roles next season. Jon Heyman of SI.com released the news...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 385 reads 10 comments

  11. New York Yankees Likely Need Sweep To Win Division

    With three games remaining in the regular season, the New York Yankees likely need to sweep the Boston Red Sox in order to win the American League East. That’s not officially the case, it just seems like it will be needed...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 639 reads 0 comments

  12. Javy Vazquez Loses More than Game...A Roster Spot as Well?

    After clinching a playoff berth on Tuesday, Yankees' manager Joe Girardi did a little rearranging in his pitching rotation. The Yankees pushed scheduled starter Andy Pettitte back until Friday, likely lining him up better for the postseason...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 213 reads 3 comments

  13. Yankees Likely Stuck With A.J. Burnett in Playoff Rotation

    Last season, the New York Yankees were able to ride through the playoffs with a three-man rotation. This year's staff is not built for that. The Yankees will likely need a regular four-starter rotation when the playoffs begin...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 249 reads 0 comments

  14. Rutgers' 2-1 Record Could Have Easily Been 3-0 for the Scarlet Knights

    Article by former Rutgers and NFL lineman Darnell Stapleton. Saturday’s loss to the University of North Carolina was a team loss. There was no one person or one unit that was responsible for the letdown in Piscataway...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  15. Rangers Lose Close One In Hockey Town

    The Detroit Red Wings jumped out on top quickly in the first period Sunday night, scoring their first two goals in the first four minutes of the game...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 234 reads 0 comments

  16. Rutgers Football: 'Youth' Excuse Getting Old for Coach Greg Schiano

    It’s about time head coach Greg Schiano takes some of the blame. Schiano and staff are not getting the job done this season. Too often we hear the excuse of a “young” football team...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 254 reads 0 comments

  17. Could Royce Ring Help New York Yankees in Postseason?

    Last night in a 7-2 loss to Tampa Bay, Yankees manager Joe Girardi brought in relief pitcher Royce Ring, who was making his debut this season after pitching in Triple-A for most of 2010...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 512 reads 1 comments

  18. Big East Football in for a Big Weekend

    The Big East once again finds itself in the uncomfortable position of trying to prove itself against the big boys. For years now, the critics call the Big East the bottom-feeders of the BCS...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 215 reads 0 comments

  19. New York Jets: Lack of Discipline Looms Large Over the Team

    Big win for Gang Green this week. The Jets hit all the right buttons in a game that held serious repercussions for the rest of the season...

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  20. Can Rutgers Use Wildcat to Hurt North Carolina?

    The North Carolina Tar Heels' biggest area of concern this season has been their defense—more specifically the run defense...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 278 reads 1 comments

  21. Brandon Jacobs Needs To Shut Up and Run

    This may sound harsh, but it is my firm belief that a player should let his play do the talking, not his mouth. As a player, you go about your business in a professional manner. After all, you are a professional athlete...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 121 reads 0 comments

  22. Joe Torre, Don Mattingly Among Those To Honor George Steinbrenner Tonight

    Joe Torre and Don Mattingly are returning to Yankee Stadium for one night. The former manager and former player will be in attendance tonight when the Yankees take on the Tampa Bay Rays...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 337 reads 0 comments

  23. Dan Johnson Needed Two Pitches To Beat Phil Hughes and Yankees

    Making his first start in nine days, Phil Hughes was dominant for four innings. Perfect actually. He wouldn’t be perfect on this night. In fact, he wouldn’t even get his team a victory, thanks to Dan Johnson...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 114 reads 1 comments

  24. High School Football: NJ Teams Flex Muscles Against Out-of-State Competition

    New Jersey’s top three ranked high school football teams took on out-of-state competition this past weekend. St. Peter’s Prep, Don Bosco Prep, and Bergen Catholic all opened their seasons with victories...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 437 reads 0 comments

  25. New York Giants: Big Blue Defense Having Fun Again

    It’s been a while since we have seen the New York Giants defense having fun on the field. Winning and success will do that to you. After last season's disaster, the New York Giants needed an improved defense...

    Double G Sports Written by Double G Sports about 4 years ago 633 reads 0 comments