1. MLB Free Agents: 10 Soon-to-Be Free Agents Hurting Their Value

    I think we've all heard enough about Albert Pujols, Jose Reyes, Carlos Beltran and Prince Fielder—the cream of the crop of next offseason's free agent class. No matter where they go (or if they stay), they're going to get paid...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 151 reads 0 comments

  2. MLB All-Star Game 2011: 5 Reasons Every Sports Fan Should Watch

    Let's face it: As significant as All-Star games are to their respective leagues, they usually only attract true fans of the specific sport involved. The NBA All-Star Game is often considered a glorified display of offense—and for good reason...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 200 reads 1 comments

  3. Wimbledon 2011 Results: 5 Questions We Should Be Asking

    Another Wimbledon has passed, and we as fans/pseudo-experts are left to contemplate the fallout from this past fortnight...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 1,140 reads 3 comments

  4. Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal or Novak Djokovic: Who Will Win the U.S. Open?

    It's never too early to begin looking ahead. Sure, the image of Novak Djokovic kissing the Wimbledon Championship trophy is still fresh in our minds , but that doesn't mean we can't start speculating about the last Grand Slam tournament of the year...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 1,005 reads 17 comments

  5. NFL Free Agency: The Latest Tiki Barber Rumors and Speculation

    Well, if we might not have football next season, the least we can do is discuss all the guys who are planning on playing anyway! Okay, that's not the least we can do. But we can talk about Tiki Barber...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 335 reads 0 comments

  6. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: 7 Players Who Deserve to Start but Won't

    With every All-Star Game, it seems like we pay more attention to those who won't be in the starting lineups than those who will be. It's somewhat ironic, really—after all, the fans are the ones who vote for the starters...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 2,058 reads 3 comments

  7. New York Yankees: Scott Proctor and the 5 Most Underrated Players Since 2002

    When discussing the New York Yankees , you usually hear the word "underrated" as often as you hear the word "frugal...

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  8. NBA Trade Rumors: 5 Possible Spots for Steve Nash

    When you think about it, there aren't many teams that wouldn't benefit from having Steve Nash at point guard. Yes, he's 37 years old. Yes, he's never won a championship...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 1,357 reads 0 comments

  9. NBA Trade Rumors: 7 Reasons Phoenix Suns Need to Deal Steve Nash

    For the last seven seasons, Steve Nash has played remarkably for the Phoenix Suns. In his second stint with the team that originally drafted him in 1996, Nash has won two MVP Awards, ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 3 years ago 3,624 reads 8 comments

  10. 2011 Seattle Mariners: 7 Reasons Erik Bedard Is the Key to Contention

    To everyone's likely surprise, the Seattle Mariners have managed to stay right in the thick of the race for the American League West crown. Coming into today, they were only two games back of the first-place Texas Rangers ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 1,256 reads 7 comments

  11. New York Yankees: Jason Marquis and 10 Possible Trade Deadline Additions

    There are three things we generally know about the Major League Baseball trade deadline: 1) It comes on July 31st. 2) The Yankees are expected to make at least one big move. 3) Manny Ramirez will be rumored to be going somewhere...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 3,988 reads 19 comments

  12. NBA Draft 2011: Jimmer Fredette and 10 Most Marketable Prospects

    With the 2011 NBA Draft so very close, a fresh crop of budding basketball stars await their inclusion into what is arguably the most marketable sport in the United States...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 4,833 reads 17 comments

  13. NBA Draft Rumors: Is Jimmer Fredette to Utah Jazz a Legitimate Possibility?

    Sometimes, players just seem destined to play for certain teams. Cal Ripken, Jr., a Maryland native, played and became the iconic figure for the Baltimore Orioles over his 20-year MLB career...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 2,257 reads 10 comments

  14. NBA Draft 2011: 5 Sleeper Picks Teams Should at Least Consider

    Sure, sure, we all know about Kyrie Irving and Derrick Williams and Brandon Knight—the cream of the crop—of the 2011 NBA Draft . They've been discussed and dissected, poked, prodded and compared and contrasted to no end...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 866 reads 0 comments

  15. Wimbledon 2011: What Roger Federer Has Riding on Wimbledon This Summer

    Roger Federer has reached an interesting point in his historic career. His recent French Open performance delayed suspicions, however unfounded they might have been, that he is indeed reaching the twilight of his playing days...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 1,225 reads 8 comments

  16. Fantasy Baseball: Matt Kemp and 10 Players to Sell High

    As a relatively avid fantasy baseball player, I hate the concept of selling high. Wait, let me correct that—selling high makes me extremely anxious and subject to immediate regret...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 2,347 reads 7 comments

  17. NBA Draft 2011: Bismack Biyombo and the Top 5 Defensive Prospects

    With the NBA Finals behind us, more and more focus is being directed towards the upcoming draft. And now, with the Dallas (no longer "-allas" with no D) Mavericks left standing alone as champions, more emphasis should be put on defense...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 434 reads 1 comments

  18. Venus and Serena Williams: 11 Reasons Women's Tennis Needs Them at Wimbledon

    Certain events are just suited to certain stars. Like Rafael Nadal in the French Open, Lance Armstrong in the Tour de France and LeBron James in disappointing playoff losses, Venus and Serena Williams belong in Wimbledon...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 155 reads 6 comments

  19. Wimbledon: Where Does It Rank Amongst the World's Best Sports Venues?

    Sometimes, the "where" matters just as much as the "who." With The Championships at Wimbledon set to begin this week with the qualifying matches, it seems only appropriate to examine the All England Club and measure it against its counterpart venues...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 284 reads 0 comments

  20. NBA Trade Rumors, Speculation and Scenarios: Latest News on Top Trade Chips

    We don't know yet who will be crowned the 2010-2011 NBA Champions. We don't know yet who will be drafted first overall in the upcoming NBA Draft . Heck, we don't know when/if the next basketball season will even start ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 640 reads 3 comments

  21. MLB Draft 2011: Texas Rangers Make Pick of the Draft, Select Paralyzed Player

    Following the excitement and predictions that accompany the first round of any sports draft, the focus quickly shifts to shrewd analysis, as everyone assesses which of the late-round picks will be "steals" or unpredictably valuable...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 1,293 reads 1 comments

  22. MLB Trade Speculation: Prince Fielder to the Washington Nationals?

    While Albert Pujols remains the most notable potential free agent next offseason, much more attention is being paid towards Milwaukee Brewers first baseman Prince Fielder ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 865 reads 0 comments

  23. MLB Draft Grades 2011: The Boston Red Sox and 5 Drafts No One Is Talking About

    After Day 1 of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft, we heard all about Gerrit Cole, the first-overall pick who cashed in on his decision to attend UCLA after he was drafted 28th overall out of high school by the New York Yankees in 2008...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 3,100 reads 0 comments

  24. French Open 2011: 12 Biggest Lessons We Learned at Roland Garros

    They came. We saw. Two conquered. It was another thrilling two-and-a-half weeks of French Open action this year, featuring dominating performances, a few disappointments and a couple of wacky shots...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 2,158 reads 10 comments

  25. 2011 MLB Trade Rumors: 5 National League Rumors Most Likely to Pan Out

    Ah, rumors. They never fail to attract our attention and stir up conversation. In sports, no rumors get fans riled up as much as trade rumors, especially in baseball, when the July ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 3 years ago 3,371 reads 0 comments