1. Why a Trade of Kevin Kolb for Vince Young (and a Draft Pick) Makes Sense for All

    With the season coming to a close for the Philadelphia Eagles at the hands of the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, it should come as no surprise that anointed Eagles starter-turned-backup ...

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  2. Philadelphia Eagles Preseason Full of Surprises, Both Good and Bad

    Perhaps more so than any other team, the Philadelphia Eagles have experienced multiple unforeseen happenings throughout the 2009 NFL preseason...

    Thomas Hill Written by Thomas Hill about almost 5 years ago 487 reads 1 comments

  3. Aaron Harang and Bronson Arroyo Pass Through Waivers: Should Yankees Bite?

    With Cincinnati Reds starters Aaron Harang and Bronson Arroyo both passing through waivers, it would be prudent for the Yankees to at least look into acquiring one of these pitchers to fill the No...

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  4. Forgotten Hall Of Famer Profile: Ed Delahanty

    With 232 players enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, it comes as no surprise that many of the games immortals are unknown to today’s fans...

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  5. It's Time to Admit the Red Sox Rotation Is in Shambles

    In its current configuration, Boston’s five-man rotation consists of just two pitchers that can be counted on: possible Cy Young candidate Josh Beckett and southpaw Jon Lester...

    Thomas Hill Written by Thomas Hill about almost 5 years ago 172 reads 8 comments

  6. Francona's Bullpen Blunders Doomed the Sox.

    Merely a half-inning after watching Joe Girardi make the mistake of keeping left-handed Phil Coke in the game; to pitch to the Yankees right-handed bats and switch-hitters; Sox Manager Terry Francona made the exact same mistake with rookie Daniel Bard...

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  7. Forgotten Hall Of Famer Profile: Sam Thompson

    With 232 players enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y., it comes as no surprise that many of the games immortals are unknown to today’s fans...

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  8. Forgotten Hall Of Famer Profile: Arky Vaughan

    With 232 players enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, it comes as no surprise that many of the games immortals are unknown to today’s fans...

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  9. Forgotten Hall Of Famer Profile: Luke Appling

    With 232 players enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, it comes as no surprise that many of the games immortals are unknown to today’s fans...

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  10. Eagles ACL Injury May Give Derrick Brooks Chance To Show He Hasn't Missed a Step

    In the wake of the Philadelphia Eagles' middle linebacker Stewart Bradley’s season ending ACL tear, the linebacking corps are left perilously thin...

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  11. Forgotten Hall of Famer Profile: Goose Goslin

    With 232 players enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY, it comes as no surprise that many of the game's immortals are unknown to today’s fans...

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  12. Jarrod Parker: The Next Great Diamondbacks' Pitcher

    Although Dan Haren is having a season for the ages in 2009, it’s not too early to get excited about the next great Arizona Diamondbacks' pitcher, who has yet to be formally introduced to Diamondbacks fans...

    Thomas Hill Written by Thomas Hill about almost 5 years ago 91 reads 3 comments

  13. Pitching Under the Radar: Dan Haren's Amazing Season

    Has anyone really noticed what Dan Haren has been doing to hitters this season? Many people know he made the All-Star Game for the third straight time this year, but few realize how lights out he has been every five days when he takes the ball...

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  14. The 100 Extra-Base Hit Season: A Truly Rare Occurence

    While getting lost in the infinite sea of baseball knowledge, history, and numbers that is baseball-reference.com, I found myself browsing some of the best individual seasons in Major League Baseball history...

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  15. Roy Halladay Sweepstakes, Part Three: Long-Shots and a Contender Ready To Pounce

    In my initial installment of the Halladay Sweepstakes, I analyzed the major players competing for the potential acquisition of Toronto’s ace...

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  16. Forgotten Hall of Famer Profile: Candy Cummings

    With 232 players enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York, it comes as no surprise that many of the game's immortals are unknown to today’s fans...

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  17. The Roy Halladay Sweepstakes: Part 2, The NL Central

    In the first installment of my in-depth analysis of possible trade scenarios that would relocate All-Star Game starter and Toronto Blue Jay Roy Halladay, I looked at the perceived favorites in the bidding war for the “Doc”...

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  18. The Roy Halladay Sweepstakes, Part One: The Major Players

    In the week since Toronto Blue Jays GM J.P. Ricciardi announced to the baseball world that the organization would be all ears to any trade discussions regarding ace Roy Halladay, over a dozen teams have checked in with the Canadian franchise...

    Thomas Hill Written by Thomas Hill about almost 5 years ago 143 reads 3 comments

  19. NBA Draft '08: Trades That Should Happen

    With the NBA Draft only hours away, the GMs are burning up the phones with countless trade proposals. In the hype of the new wave of NBA players, many draft picks, veterans, cash considerations, ...

    Thomas Hill Written by Thomas Hill about 6 years ago 1,317 reads 5 comments

  20. NBA Draft '08: Risk Vs Reward

    With Memphis's Derrick Rose and Kansas State's Michael Beasley all but assured of being the top two selections in this year's NBA Draft, this rest of this year's installment of the annual two round process presents a classic dilemma for NBA franchises...

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