1. 2013 NFL Draft: 6 Players Who Continue to Rise This Offseason

    With the college football season and the Senior Bowl over, big boards have been changing dramatically over the past few weeks, and scouts are looking more and more closely at the rising stars...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 6,835 reads 3 comments

  2. 10 Under-the-Radar Small School Studs Who Will Surprise on NFL Draft Day

    The 2013 NFL Draft discussion is often centered around the top talent, as is the case every year. Everyone has an opinion on Geno Smith, Barkevious Mingo , Luke Joeckel and especially Manti Te'o ...

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  3. 2013 NFL Draft: Why Mike Glennon Will Be a Bust at the NFL Level

    Every year in the NFL Draft, there is one quarterback that, seemingly out of nowhere, rises up the draft boards rapidly despite questions about their abilities at the next level...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 4,314 reads 6 comments

  4. Calvin Johnson: Did NFL Receiving-Yards Record Holder Break Madden Curse?

    Calvin Johnson has proved to be an elite talent time and time again. He became the Detroit Lions ' top receiver almost immediately, and since Matthew Stafford became quarterback the two have made a dynamic duo...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about almost 2 years ago 4,372 reads 7 comments

  5. MLB Free-Agent Predictions 2013: Most Ideal Destinations for Biggest Names

    The free-agent class of the 2012-13 offseason may have some weak spots in it, but as always, there are a couple big names ready to test the market. Josh Hamilton and Zack Greinke in particular will have no trouble making nine figures...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 5,095 reads 4 comments

  6. 2013 MLB Free Agency: Looking at Every Team's Offseason Shopping List

    MLB free agency is just around the corner, and already teams have been making trades. The Oakland Athletics in particular have been dealing, and once team options are decided on, it will be time to look at each team's shopping list...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 289,925 reads 95 comments

  7. San Francisco Giants vs. Detroit Tigers: Team Grades from World Series Game 3

    Three games into the 2012 World Series , it looks like barring a complete miracle, the Series is all but wrapped up. The San Francisco Giants are one game away from winning it all after beating the Detroit Tigers , 2-0, Saturday night...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 8,739 reads 21 comments

  8. The 10 Worst World Series MVPs in Baseball History

    Over the years, many of the greatest players in baseball history have won a World Series MVP Award. Roberto Clemente, Bob Gibson, Brooks Robinson and Sandy Koufax all won the award, ...

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  9. Giants vs. Tigers: 5 Biggest Matchups in World Series Game 2

    It took until the third series, but for the San Francisco Giants , the third time was the charm. They had no trouble defeating the perhaps too-rested Detroit Tigers , 8-3...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 5,684 reads 8 comments

  10. Giants vs. Tigers: World Series Preview, Game-by-Game Predictions

    After perhaps the most exciting divisional series ever and two great championship series that could not have been much more different, we have our two World Series teams...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 2,917 reads 8 comments

  11. New York Yankees vs. Detroit Tigers: Team Grades from ALCS Game 4

    The final game of the 2012 ALCS was an exclamation point for the Detroit Tigers , who crushed the Yankees 8-1, looking just as dominant as they had been all series long...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 2,784 reads 10 comments

  12. MLB Rumors: 5 Most Likely Landing Spots for the Big Hitters in the Rumor Mill

    With free agency coming closer to rearing its head, players with expired contracts are already trying to decide whether to stay with their current team or simply go where the money is...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 1,799 reads 5 comments

  13. MLB Free Agents 2013: 5 Players Teams Would Be Insane to Let Go

    With under a month to go until the 2012 MLB season is over, free agency is set to begin. While Albert Pujols may not be out there this year, there are still many formidable arms and bats out there to be had...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 6,643 reads 8 comments

  14. Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees: Team Grades from ALCS Game 1

    Game 1 of the ALCS is in the books, and the Detroit Tigers were able to hold off the New York Yankees, 6-4, in another extra-inning affair this postseason...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 4,673 reads 12 comments

  15. 2012 ALCS: Complete Breakdown of Detroit Tigers vs. New York Yankees

    After perhaps the most exciting set of divisional series' in MLB history, the ALCS has now been decided. Justin Verlander shut down the Oakland Athletics in Game 5 to bring in the ...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 7,293 reads 41 comments

  16. 15 Most Epic Walk-off Homers in MLB League Championship History

    In League Championship Series history, there have been 16 total walk-off home runs. Whether they have come in extra innings or with a team coming behind, every one made their mark, at least at the time...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 938 reads 1 comments

  17. Yankees vs. Orioles: 5 Biggest Matchups in Game 3 of ALDS

    The New York Yankees and Baltimore Orioles in the ALDS was a series that felt destined to go the full five games. So far, they're on pace, with the series tied at one game apiece heading to Yankee Stadium...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 2,107 reads 5 comments

  18. Power Ranking the 4 MLB Divisional Series Matchups

    Every MLB divisional series now has one game in the books. As a result, if anyone wasn't sure about which series was the one to watch, then they will be sure now...

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  19. Baltimore Orioles vs. Texas Rangers: 5 Biggest Matchups in AL Wild Card Game

    The first true wild-card games in MLB history will be taking place this year, and in the American League, let's face it, the two teams are about as polar opposites as you can get...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 2,985 reads 2 comments

  20. Should Homer Bailey Start Game 1 of the NLDS After Dominant No-Hitter?

    Only three times in modern baseball history have we seen seven no-hitters in a season, and after Cincinnati Reds pitcher Homer Bailey 's dominant outing against the Pittsburgh ...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about 2 years ago 465 reads 12 comments

  21. Re-Ranking Every MLB Playoff Contender's World Series Hopes

    With just two weeks to go until the MLB season ends, we have a fairly clear picture of who could make the playoffs...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 2 years ago 1,208 reads 11 comments

  22. Grading All Key MLB Trade Deadline Deals 1 Month In

    Baseball is a game of risks late in the season. When a team makes a big-time deadline deal, it could either go extremely well or terribly. Those that merely play average baseball tend not to be the major deadline deals anyway...

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  23. 10 Players Who Will Be the Next Faces of Baseball

    Baseball has seen a new wave of superstars. Yes, the veterans like Derek Jeter and Chipper Jones are still playing, but Clayton Kershaw, Stephen Strasburg and Justin Verlander, among others, have shown that the new generation has arrived...

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  24. MLB: Up-and-Coming Managers Who Could Lead Their Clubs to the Playoffs

    It seems like every year at least one manager brings his team to the playoffs out of nowhere. Buck Showalter in particular looks to do that this year, though in his case he's been around and knows how to get it done...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 2 years ago 1,591 reads 6 comments

  25. MLB Trade Review: Early Returns on Every Key Deadline Deal

    The MLB trade deadline was full of major moves. Players like Hunter Pence, Zack Greinke and others saw their talents head elsewhere, meaning they had a shot to play for a contender...

    Dan Tylicki Written by Dan Tylicki about over 2 years ago 3,853 reads 10 comments