1. MLB Trade Rumors: 5 Best Sluggers Who Could Be on the Move

    It's May 31, so you know what that means. It's unofficially the beginning of summer, kids are either out or getting out of school... ...and it's only two months until the Major League Baseball trading deadline...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 905 reads 1 comments

  2. New York Yankees: Russell Martin and 5 Bombers Actually Pulling Their Weight

    Part of the fallback of having a team with the highest payroll in baseball is that you're bound to have some players who always seem to fall short of expectations...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 595 reads 2 comments

  3. Novak Djokovic: 10 Reasons He Is Guaranteed to Win the French Open

    The 2011 French Open on the men's side is progressing just as most people had expected, with the three top heavyweights—world No. 1 Rafael Nadal , No. 2 Novak Djokovic and No...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 1,650 reads 15 comments

  4. Roger Federer: Why the 2011 French Open Will Forever Define His Career

    Why would a man who has appeared in 22 career Grand Slam finals (and won 16 of them) be eternally associated with one major in particular? Because that man has never been in this kind of position at any point in his illustrious career before...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 1,410 reads 19 comments

  5. Major League Baseball: 5 Possible Rule Changes to Improve Player Safety

    There has been some buzz around baseball for the last couple of days regarding the play that likely cost San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey the rest of his season...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 3,533 reads 49 comments

  6. New York Yankees: 5 Ways the Bombers Can Turn Their Season Around

    The New York Yankees have had a relatively strong season so far, spending most of 2011 in or around first place in the American League East...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 822 reads 4 comments

  7. 2011 New York Yankees: History Shows They Are Too Homer-Happy

    What a relief Sunday’s rubber match between the Mets and Yankees was for the Bronx faithful. Not simply because the Yankees took the third game of the series in resilient fashion, ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 4 years ago 345 reads 0 comments

  8. Mark Buehrle's Comments About Michael Vick Uncalled For

    Chicago White Sox starting pitcher Mark Buehrle has always managed to stay somewhat under the radar...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 4 years ago 260 reads 7 comments

  9. Why Major League Baseball Needs a Villain

    A lot of words describe how I felt during the five-day stretch in which the Boston Red Sox acquired slugging first baseman Adrian Gonzalez and dynamic outfielder Carl Crawford: ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 4 years ago 361 reads 4 comments

  10. LeBron James: The NBA's Anakin Skywalker

    Note: There are explicit references to the Star Wars movies in this article. If you haven’t seen the films and are planning on watching them in the future, this might ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about over 4 years ago 2,133 reads 24 comments

  11. Athletes, Spread 'Em! The Karma Police Operates in Full Force

    In 2004, Alicia Keys melodically told us (in her popular single, “Karma”) that “what goes around, comes around, what goes up, must come down...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about almost 5 years ago 121 reads 3 comments

  12. A-Rod Has Come a Long Way...But Is It Far Enough?

    I remember back in February 2004, when I first heard the news that Alex Rodriguez had been traded to the New York Yankees...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about almost 5 years ago 176 reads 4 comments

  13. LeBron James Joins Pals: Have We Seen The End Of Individual Rivalries?

    The formation of the new Miami Heat juggernaut has drawn incredible amounts of criticism, intrigue, and jealousy...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about almost 5 years ago 854 reads 8 comments

  14. Ken Griffey and Armando Galarraga: Forever Linked

    Baseball has always had a funny way of uniting its players under a common theme, no matter how similar or distinct they are, throughout its illustrious timeline ...

    Corey Cohn Written by Corey Cohn about 5 years ago 187 reads 2 comments