1. The Monday Night The Browns Remembered How to Play Football

    Maybe it was the national spotlight, or the throwback helmets, or perhaps the 80 degree weather in October. I suppose the reason isn't all that important, but the result is...

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  2. Confessions of a D1-AA Student

    The thrill of attending a sporting event is one that rivals few other such experiences in life. It is intangible and exhilarating. It is all at once delightful and awesome...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about 6 years ago 592 reads 2 comments

  3. Is Romeo Crennel Brave Enough to Go with Brady Quinn?

    At what point do the Browns throw their hands in the air and say "What the hell! Put the kid in!"? When does Romeo Crennel forget about the 3-year $24 million deal that Anderson signed this offseason ...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about 6 years ago 544 reads 2 comments

  4. Cubs Fans: Cheer For The Dodgers, Nothing Else Works

    For 100 years you loyally have defended your boys in blue and cheered them on despite decades of losing and near misses. On Thursday night you watched that same club essentially fall apart and give the Dodgers a gift at Wrigley...

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  5. Slow Down South-Siders, You Still Have To Face The Rays

    Congratulations Chicago, your White Sox just defeated the Minnesota Twins 1-0 to reach the playoffs! Unfortunately, there is some bad news: the Rays are waiting in Tampa Bay and they have been resting for the past week or so...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about 6 years ago 130 reads 1 comments

  6. CC Sabathia Is Kevin Garnett

    Three days rest, three times in a row, and a complete game against the best team in the National League in only 115 pitches...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 256 reads 2 comments

  7. With Andy Marte Injured, Jhonny Peralta Will See Time at Third

    Many fans got their wish on Wednesday. Andy Marte will no longer be a part of the Indians' lineup for 2008. He heard a pop in his left calf and was taken off the field...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 253 reads 2 comments

  8. Lee Misses Chance at 23rd

    To any Tribe fans in Boston on Tuesday night, I feel your pain. I am in the rare position of having witnessed one of Cliff Lee's losses this year...

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  9. Stuck in The Middle: Chelsea's Midfield Mass

    The luxuries of having a multi-million pound payroll are numerous. When Luiz Felipe Scolari has the option of simply substituting Michael Ballack for an injured Deco, every manager in the world must feel some sense of jealousy...

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  10. Gary Sheffield Needs to Shut His Mouth

    Look closely at that picture. That's what you get when you run your mouth off and charge the mound. You get put in a headlock by a 6'4'' Dominican who proceeds to beat you like you stole something...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 284 reads 13 comments

  11. The Indians Are Exciting Again, Just a Bit Too Late

    It only took about 140 games, or so, but the Cleveland Indians have finally started playing entertaining baseball again. Being an estranged fan (Illinois sucks for Tribe fans, FYI), it is hard for me to watch a game...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 165 reads 3 comments

  12. Where Did The Houston Astros Come From?

    On July 27th, the Houston Astros were 12.5 games back in the National League Central. Since that time they re-activated Roy Oswalt and Kaz Matsui, signed LaTroy Hawkins and picked Jose Castillo up off of waivers...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 198 reads 3 comments

  13. MLB Playoffs: Can They Live Up To The Hype?

    So far, 2008 has been an exceptional year for sports. From the college football championships through the Olympics, this year has given sports fans plenty to watch and talk about...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 316 reads 3 comments

  14. All-Time Cleveland Indians Team

    This assignment is difficult; I won't lie to anyone. I want very badly to include the players that I have grown up watching, but I know that it wouldn't be right to leave out someone from the club's storied history for someone from the past 15 years...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 1,590 reads 12 comments

  15. Ken Griffey Jr.: Reason to Be Scared?

    Early on Thursday, just short of the trade deadline, the Chicago White Sox acquired veteran outfielder Ken Griffey Jr. from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for pitcher Nick Masset and infielder Danny Richar...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 177 reads 1 comments

  16. Minnesota Twins Replace the Cleveland Indians

    August is almost upon us, and the excitement of postseason baseball is beginning to creep in to each game involving a contender. Unfortunately for me, the Indians are on the wrong side of those games...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 295 reads 2 comments

  17. Open Mic: My Favorite Sports, Summer Olympics Style

    For me, the Olympics are really only good for one thing. Before we go any further: no, it's not beach volleyball (but, I'm not complaining)...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 389 reads 5 comments

  18. MLB Trade Deadline: Indians Deal Blake

    Early Saturday morning the Indians completed a deal to send Casey Blake to the Los Angeles Dodgers for cash and minor leaguer's Carlos Santana and Jon Meloan...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 597 reads 3 comments

  19. The Cost of the American Pastime

    This year will be the first year in the last five that I have not been at an Indians game for my birthday. This lovely tradition, started by my parents, has been the best part of my birthday, no matter what the outcome of the game...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 328 reads 4 comments

  20. Chelsea Season Preview: Shake-Ups, Break-Ups and Big Dreams

    What an off-season it has been for the Blues. After a season that came this close to being spectacular the West London club retooled and restocked in an effort to usurp the Premier League-Champions League double from holders Manchester United...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 325 reads 0 comments

  21. Ricardo Carvalho Sticking With The Blues

    Despite near constant rumors so far this summer, it appears that Ricardo Carvalho will not be headed to Internazionale F.C...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 297 reads 2 comments

  22. All-Star Game 2008: No Tie This Time

    At least you can't blame Dan Uggla. Michael Young hit a sacrifice fly in the 15th inning and the American League won its 12th straight All-Star Game on Tuesday night (and early Wednesday morning), ...

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  23. Frank Lampard, Speak Up!

    Everyone has heard the speculation. Inter want him and Chelsea want him to stay. Inter offers £7.95 million and Chelsea turn them down...

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  24. Cleveland Indians: Life After CC

    As of right now, things seem like they could not become much worse than they currently are. The Indians have dropped their last nine games, and have only won two out of their last 11...

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  25. Wimbledon 2008: Rain, More Rain and a Monumental Change

    It took a record four hours 48 minutes for the boy from Majorca to steal the crown from the Swiss king. In the end he stood tall in what may be considered the greatest Wimbledon final ever, if not at least within the past twenty years...

    chris davies Written by chris davies about over 6 years ago 858 reads 3 comments