1. 2012 New York Yankees: Chavez, Ibanez, Soriano Winning the WAR over Injury

    WAR (Wins Above Replacement) is today's go-to statistic used to determine just how much value a player brings to a team's win-loss record. Admittedly, it still confuses me, and not just because there isn't one universal formula used for its calculation...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 2 years ago 401 reads 0 comments

  2. Fantasy Baseball: Biggest Hitting Bust at Every Position so Far This Season

    There is still a solid six weeks left in the baseball season, in reality and fantasy alike, but this is still an opportune time to assess which players have fallen short of expectations...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 1,409 reads 3 comments

  3. Brook Lopez: 5 Steps the Nets' Big Man Needs to Take to Reach Elite Status

    The New Jersey Nets are making their slow climb back to respectability, and one of the major elements of that ascension is center Brook Lopez ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 929 reads 6 comments

  4. Fantasy Baseball: Answers to the Major Draft Day Questions for MLB 2011 Season

    With the fantasy baseball season heading into its home stretch, it is now (fairly) safe to answer the biggest questions we had at the beginning of the season...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 351 reads 1 comments

  5. Alex Rodriguez: Why Issues Will Tarnish New York Yankees Third Baseman's Legacy

    There were three instances in recent memory when I was convinced Alex Rodriguez 's reputation was finally destroyed beyond repair...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 127 reads 5 comments

  6. Los Angeles Lakers: Ranking the Best Tattoos on the Lakers

    NBA players have a certain affinity for tattoos, and the Los Angeles Lakers are no exception. Sure, no one in purple and gold can presently rival Denver Nuggets center Chris ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 5,760 reads 3 comments

  7. NFL New York Jets: 5 Most Intriguing Games of 2011 Season

    What games should New York Jets fans be circling on the schedule? Now that the NFL players have ratified their new 10-year collective bargaining agreement, the 2011 season is ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 540 reads 1 comments

  8. NFL Free Agents 2011: 5 Reasons Philadelphia Eagles Aren't NFL's Miami Heat

    2010 was the year we learned to hate the Miami Heat. Have the Philadelphia Eagles taken their place in 2011? That is one eager opinion, after the Eagles capitalized on the short amount of time that NFL teams have been allowed to sign free agents...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 7,174 reads 9 comments

  9. New York Yankees: 5 Ways They Can Survive Without Making an August Deal

    The New York Yankees , who in recent years have been perennial trade deadline buyers, surprised most by standing pat on July 31...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 740 reads 4 comments

  10. New York Yankees: 5 Players Not Getting Enough Credit This Season

    Entering Tuesday, the New York Yankees found themselves one game back of the Boston Red Sox for the American League East Division lead...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 970 reads 8 comments

  11. Plaxico Burress vs. Tiki Barber: 5 Reasons Plax's Comeback Is More Exciting

    Two former New York Giants stars will likely be returning to the NFL this season after a multiple-season absence...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 823 reads 0 comments

  12. New York Yankees Trade Rumors: Updates for 5 Pitchers on Bombers' Radar

    The New York Yankees enter the final few days before the July 31 trade deadline with one primary goal: to improve their pitching. The Bombers' rotation has not been too shabby in 2011, posting a 3...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 725 reads 2 comments

  13. MLB Trade Deadline: 5 Players Who Could Help Their Former Teams

    Do you ever notice that you really need something only after you've gotten rid of it? Baseball teams have that same problem. Some teams will find that their biggest holes could be filled by a player they previously traded or let walk via free agency...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 41 reads 0 comments

  14. MLB Trade Deadline: Top 4 Landing Spots for B.J. Upton

    With more established and impressive names like Carlos Beltran and Felix Hernandez being tossed around in trade deadline discussions, Tampa Bay Rays outfielder B.J. Upton isn't receiving quite as much attention as he deserves...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 388 reads 0 comments

  15. MLB Trade Speculation: 5 Contenders Who Could Afford to Not Make a Trade

    Especially in this age of "smart spending," it seems like more and more MLB teams come out of the trade deadline having done a lot more talking than dealing...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 1,202 reads 4 comments

  16. New York Yankees Trade Rumors: 10 Most Likely Additions

    Here we stand, entering the final week before the Major League Baseball trade deadline, and the New York Yankees are predictably looking to add to their formidable ballclub...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 9,849 reads 5 comments

  17. NBA Trade Speculation: Ideal Target Every Team Would Like to Make a Move for

    What player would each NBA team want the most right now? Who would help fill a hole, enhance an existing strength or completely reinvigorate a franchise? This offseason is a curious ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 5,747 reads 27 comments

  18. MLB Trade Deadline: Biggest Needs for Current Division Leaders

    With so many Major League Baseball teams still in contention at the halfway point of the 2011 season, it's hard to distinguish the buyers from the sellers. Going into Tuesday, 15 teams were within five games of the division lead...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 1,122 reads 5 comments

  19. MLB Trade Rumors: Could These 5 Current and Former Boston Red Sox Be Dealt?

    The Major League Baseball trade deadline is only 12 days away, and speculation currently surrounds a number of current and former members of the Boston Red Sox ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 2,062 reads 2 comments

  20. 2011 U.S. Open: 5 Reasons Roger Federer Has a Shot to Win the Tournament

    Almost everyone believes Novak Djokovic will win the 2011 U.S. Open. Fans are saying it, oddsmakers are saying it and even some here at Bleacher Report are saying it ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 2,372 reads 33 comments

  21. Fantasy Baseball: 3 Biggest Infield Disappointments and Outfield Surprises

    The official (but not quite accurate) half-way point of the MLB season has passed with this week's All-Star festivities. For fantasy baseball owners, it represents a crucial time to reflect...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 954 reads 0 comments

  22. MLB All-Star Game 2011: 5 Reasons Everyone Will Remember This Home Run Derby

    Major League Baseball's Home Run Derby, while still a fairly popular cornerstone of the All-Star break, has received its fair share of criticism over the past few years: 1. The contest is too darn long...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 678 reads 0 comments

  23. MLB All-Star Game 2011: 5 Bold Predictions for This Year's Midsummer Classic

    We are getting so close to tonight's Major League Baseball All-Star Game that we're almost out of time to make predictions! But we certainly need more! Quick! Get ready! Are you ready? Good! Let's go! Let's go...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 247 reads 0 comments

  24. Novak Djokovic: 5 Reasons He Is a Favorite to Win the U.S. Open

    With Wimbledon now firmly entrenched in our rear-view mirror, it's time to focus on the season-ending Grand Slam tournament, the U.S. Open. Reputation and recent history suggest that three predictable players will battle it out in September...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 1,535 reads 27 comments

  25. Novak Djokovic and the Biggest Tennis Showmen (and Women) Today

    Tennis is often associated with the prim and the proper, the classy and the courteous, the respectful and the reverent. But the sport has always managed to welcome in players who aren't so, well...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 11,567 reads 10 comments