1. Five Reasons Why the New York Mets Will Win the NL East

    To say it’s been a roller-coaster season for the fellas from Flushing would be an understatement. Jerry Manuel’s firing appeared to be a sure thing six weeks ago. Now, with his Mets 11 games above ...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,246 reads 5 comments

  2. U.S. Open Golf 2010: Why PGA, Golf Fans Need Tiger Woods To Be Great Again

    If Phil Mickelson wins this year’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach, he’ll take over the role as the number one golfer in the world. Possibly more significant is Tiger Woods would finally be dethroned...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,373 reads 11 comments

  3. Mets-Yankees: Breaking Down Round Two of the Subway Series in the Bronx

    With the Subway Series rolling back around this weekend, the Yankees will look to avenge a lost series to their crosstown rivals from May. While the starting pitching matchups might be the same, the venue has changed...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 185 reads 1 comments

  4. Good Or Bad, Pac-10, Big Ten, Big 12 Conference Realignment Is Ridiculous

    A few months back, the word around Syracuse University was the Big 10 was interested in making the Orange the 12th team in the conference. Oh yeah, that clearly panned out...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,031 reads 5 comments

  5. Tiger Woods To Return To Form and Fame In US Open At Pebble Beach

    Once upon a time on a PGA Tour far, far away, played this young golfer named Tiger Woods. The year was 2000 when young Woods put on the greatest performance in a major ...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 139 reads 0 comments

  6. U.S. Open Golf 2010: Five Dark Horse Candidates for Pebble Beach Win

    Perhaps Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods won’t dominate the headlines (and leader boards) at this weekend’s U.S. Open at Pebble Beach. Maybe they will...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,383 reads 1 comments

  7. 2010 World Cup: Five Reasons World Cup Is World's Best Sporting Event

    Yeah, yeah, soccer is the most popular sport in the world: we’ve heard it a million times. But cricket is also immensely popular worldwide, as is rugby, but we don’t go crazy for their championships...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 3,547 reads 28 comments

  8. Lakers vs. Celtics, Game 3: Los Angeles Figures Out Ray Allen in Win Over Boston

    Ray Allen got shut down by the Lakers’ defense in Game Three of the NBA Finals Tuesday night. He didn’t get slowed down, or defended well—he got 100 percent shut down, like someone pulled his plug out of the wall...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 354 reads 0 comments

  9. Stephen Strasberg: Only the Latest Young Pitching Phenom

    ‘Hype’ is an interesting word. In the baseball world, it can be everything, nothing, or both. Hype can pressure a team into a trade, a draft pick, or even a free agent signing...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 583 reads 0 comments

  10. Is the 2010 New York Yankees Infield Better Than the Big Red Machine?

    While the Big Red Machine of the 1970s might have been extremely good, it has nothing on the 2010 Yankees. The Bronx Bombers have put together the best hitting infield of all time, and have done so in an un-Yankees manner...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 364 reads 3 comments

  11. Tiger Woods Speaks at Memorial, Brings Back His Smile

    On Wednesday morning, while addressing members of the media on the eve of the Memorial, Tiger peered out into the audience, a shadow being cast over his eyes, giving the appearance that he was scrutinizing the press as if it were a putt on the 18th...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 269 reads 0 comments

  12. Tex Mess: Mark Teixeira Headlines 2010 Fantasy Baseball Busts

    As if the MLB season wasn’t long enough already, fantasy baseball mock drafts in late January/early February allow us to enjoy America’s pastime a little bit longer...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 288 reads 3 comments

  13. Big East Football: Any Shot at the BCS Title in 2010?

    Cincinnati as impressive last season, and almost brought the conference a title, but will the Bearcats be as impressive without Brian Kelly at head coach...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 638 reads 5 comments

  14. New York Mets' Five-Game Winning Streak Is Misleading, Top 5 Reasons Why

    The New York Mets have won five straight games and all of a sudden look like a contender. Yea, maybe to the untrained eye they do. With the worst road record in the National League (6-14), the Fellas from Flushing have a lot of work ahead of them...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 273 reads 3 comments

  15. LeBron James Is Going To Play in Europe! (If He's Smart)

    LeBron James had made it clear his ultimate goal is to become a billionaire. A max contract this off-season with the Knicks, Nets, or any other NBA suitor would land net him slightly less than $100 million...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 1,426 reads 11 comments

  16. Is the National League East Very Good or Very Bad?

    After the Mets dominated the Phillies in the first two games of a three-game series, every team in the NL East is above .500, and separated by only three games...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 148 reads 4 comments

  17. With Boston Celtics' Big Men Out, Orlando Magic are Back in the Series

    If there ever were a time for the Orlando Magic to catch a break, now would be the time. Falling behind three games to none to the Boston Celtics, the Eastern Conference Semifinals looked all but over, that is, until "Superman" put on his cape...

    David F. Baer Written by David F. Baer about 4 years ago 138 reads 1 comments