1. Olympics: the non sports fan event

    Olympics: the non sports fan event The Olympic Games are interesting dichotomy in the sporting world. They are more than a sporting event. Perhaps that is why to many sports fans they are ignored ...

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  2. Greg Maddux Is Just What the Los Angeles Dodgers Needed

    Greg Maddux may be just what the L.A. Dodgers needed. I know what you are all thinking: He’s had an unimpressive year. So have the San Diego Padres...

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  3. Adam Dunn to Diamondbacks—and Done in Cincinnati

    The win now philosophy has reared its ugly head yet again as the Arizona Diamondbacks have traded for Adam Dunn, giving up three prospects in return. Many D’backs fans are probably jumping for joy...

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  4. TNT “Drops the ball” on 3rd round of PGA championship

    If you ask me Turner Sports (the sports division of Turner owned networks TBS and TNT) should be assessed at least a 2 shot penalty for their Sunday coverage of the 90thPGA championship...

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  5. Ozzie Guillen: “Bye Bye Twins?”

    If Jose Contreras pitches the way pitching coach Don Cooper says, you can say "bye bye to the Minnesota Twins” That's what Ozzie Guillen said before Jose Contreras’ ...

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  6. Are Officials Doing Things Backwards at the PGA Championship?

    As the PGA championship is in a third-round weather delay, I began thinking about the “unwritten rules” of golf. On Thursday and Friday, Oakland Hills showed its teeth...

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  7. Can Both the Cubs and Cardinals Make the Playoffs?

    This weekend at Wrigley field the Chicago Cubs will host the St. Louis Cardinals. Unfortunately for the Cards, their rotation doesn’t line up the way they might have hoped...

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  8. 2008 PGA Championship Preview

    The 90th PGA Championship at Oakland Hills has many storylines. Some have had success and others have been haunted by demons...

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  9. Rod Laver and Bobby Jones : Forgotten stars of their sport

    In every sport we often debate as to who was the greatest of ALL time. A debate that has an impossible conclusion. In golf we talk about Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods. In tennis its Roger Federer and Pete Sampras...

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  10. Saturday Night’s “No” Main Event?

    Welcome Everyone to Saturday Nights “No” Main Event We have an actionless card for you this evening Featuring: A pointless 8 man tag A squash by the great khali And a match with no storyline between jeff Hardy and Edge...

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  11. Skip Caray: good bye to a friend

    Skip Caray passed away last night in his sleep in his Atlanta home. He was 68. The title of this article is “good bye to a friend”. I’ve never met Skip Caray but I and many others feel that we knew Skip...

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  12. Is Michelle Wie the Next Bobby Fischer?

    With all the talk of Michelle Wie’s fading career, I thought of a unique comparison to chess prodigy Bobby Fischer. Fischer was a young talented chess prodigy. From the age of 13, he was highly touted...

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  13. No Tiger Woods? No Problem at WGC Invitational

    With Phil Mickelson and Vijay Singh in the final pairing, the PGA Tour couldn’t be happier. Without Tiger playing, the next two weeks in golf will showcase just how many people know or care that golf exists WITHOUT Tiger Woods...

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  14. Vin Scully Is a Class Act, but What about Manny Ramirez?

    It's official. Manny Ramirez has invaded Los Angeles. At least, Dodgers' television partner FSN Prime Ticket has made it look that way. In his debut it was all Manny all the time for everybody on FSN Prime Ticket, except Vin Scully...

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  15. Ana Ivanovic Ousted at Rogers Cup

    Thursday at the Rogers Cup Ana Ivanovic was unceremoniously defeated by Tamira Pascek 6-1, 2-6, 6-2. Pascek, under the tutelage of Gustavo Kuerten’s former coach Larry Pasos has worked his magic yet again with talented youngster...

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  16. Are the Boston Red Sox Better Without Manny Ramirez?

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have acquired Manny Ramirez and gave up virtually nothing for him. Ramirez will bolster an anemic offense, and the Dodgers' pitching staff should be enough to win the NL West...

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  17. Manny Ramirez Will Not Become "Manny Marlin"

    Why on earth would the Florida Marlins trade for Manny Ramirez? They have a solid, young baseball team. The Marlins are considering trading Josh Willingham and young prospects for Ramirez, ...

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  18. Maria Sharapova Wins and Withdraws From Rogers Cup: What's wrong?

    Maria Sharapova wins, withdraws from Rogers cup. After a tough three set victory over Canadian Alexsandra Wozniak, third-seeded Sharapova of Russia defeated Marta Domachowska of Poland 7-5 5-7 6-2...

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  19. Ana Ivanovic Advances in Rogers Cup

    Wednesday has been a huge day so far at the Rogers Cup in Montreal. Ana Ivanovic defeated Petra Kivitkova 6-3, 4-6, 6-1. Ivanovic, in her first match back since Wimbledon, was able to scratch out a tough first two sets before cruising in the third...

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  20. Maria Sharapova, Ana Ivanovic Could Gain Confidence at Rogers Cup in Montreal

    With the start of the Montreal Women’s Rogers Cup event, it dawned on me that it is now or never for two of the game's best players...

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  21. Phillies Can “Roll” Without Rollins

    With the Phillies in a slump the last thing the Phillies needed was bulletin board material, they got just that. Thursday before a crucial game with the New York Mets Jimmy Rollins was late claiming he got caught up in traffic...

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  22. Packers: hoping Brett Favre “Packs” it in

    cant understand the whole Brett Favre situation. So the Packers don’t want him to play for them. Ok that’s fine their decision but they don’t want him to play for ...

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  23. The Best Punishment for Performance Enhancing Drugs: Make Them Legal

    Are you sick and tired of hearing of failed drug tests, finding out that your hero is anything but? Tired of hearing about the latest drug cheating scam? Just TIRED? The easiest way to eliminate ...

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  24. Golf: A Misunderstood, Unappreciated Tradition

    Every year at the Masters we hear the tagline, “A tradition unlike any other.” Earlier in the week, I posted a piece about players who couldn’t make up their minds on whether or not to retire...

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  25. What Andy Roddick Needs Is some Advice from the "You Cannot Be Serious" Guy

    As the upsets become commonplace at the Rogers Cup in Toronto, the sixth-ranked American Andy Roddick dropped a 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 decision to Croatia's Marin Cilic. Roddick has had, for him, a sub par 28-8 season with two minor titles in Dubai and San Jose...

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