1. Women's Gymnastics 2012: Comparing the Fab 5 to Polarizing 1996 USA Team

    The 2012 U.S. women's gymnastics team has won the second gold medal in the sport for the country. Move over, Magnificent Seven, the Fab Five are now the greatest women's gymnastics team in U...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 38,765 reads 8 comments

  2. Olympic Gymnastics 2012: Jordyn Wieber Not Qualifying Is Not a Controversy

    Is the outrage because of the rule or the results? Jordyn Wieber was not the first gymnast to not advance to the all-around finals, based on a limit of athletes per country, rather than performance...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 37,203 reads 159 comments

  3. London 2012 Olympics: Ranking Each Country's Best Athlete

    The London 2012 Olympic Games are upon us and we will be fortunate to witness the greatest athletes from all over the world compete. There are three primary types of athletes in the Olympic Games...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 1,597 reads 0 comments

  4. Olympic Track & Field 2012: Greatest Challengers to Usain Bolt

    Can lightning strike twice? Usain Bolt will answer that question when he takes to the track to defend his gold medals in the 100- and 200-meter dashes from the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 10,663 reads 1 comments

  5. Natalie Coughlin: Veteran Star Will Make Major Impact in Lone Olympic Event

    Natalie Coughlin is trying to join Dara Torres and Dana Thompson, who each earned 12 medals, as the most decorated U.S. female Olympian...

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  6. Olympic Opening Ceremony 2012: Best Moments from Last Night's Event

    The 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony officially signaled the start of this year's Games. The ceremony told the customary tale of Great Britain's history as London is the host city...

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  7. Tampa Bay Rays Win More Road Games When They Don't Wear Grey Jerseys

    The Tampa Bay Rays should stop wearing their road grey jerseys immediately. This isn't solely because I have a personal distaste for the traditional road baseball uniforms and feel they are outdated...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 1,002 reads 1 comments

  8. Hideki Matsui Designated for Assignment by Tampa Bay Rays

    Hideki Matsui 's time as a member of the Tampa Bay Rays has come to an end. The 38-year-old designated hitter and outfielder has been designated for assignment by the Rays in ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 876 reads 3 comments

  9. Tampa Bay Rays: What Trade for INF Ryan Roberts Means for Evan Longoria

    According to Joe Smith from the Tampa Bay Times , the Rays acquired infielder Ryan Roberts from the Arizona Diamondbacks after the team designated him for assignment. Roberts goes to the Rays in exchange for Double-A second baseman Tyler Bortnick...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 2,498 reads 7 comments

  10. MLB Trade Rumors: Tampa Bay Rays Discuss James Shields with LA Angels

    According to Tim Kurkijan from ESPN.com , the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Angels are in talks about a possible trade that would send the starting pitcher out west for center fielder Peter Bourjos and catcher Hank Conger in return...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 2,805 reads 7 comments

  11. MLB Trade Rumors: Tampa Bay Rays Will Have to Find a NL Trade Partner

    It doesn't make sense for the Tampa Bay Rays to trade with another American League team should they decide to move James Shields, B.J. Upton or any other player...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 2,427 reads 8 comments

  12. Tampa Bay Rays Need Evan Longoria and Other Injured Players Back

    The Tampa Bay Rays are treading water. It has been just over a month since they were last in first place in their division on June 11 and things are not looking good for the team...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 66 reads 7 comments

  13. Tampa Bay Rays Look to Sweep New York Yankees on Independance Day

    Tropicana Field is home sweet home for the Tampa Bay Rays whenever they face the New York Yankees . The Rays are looking to celebrate Independence Day with a sweep of their division rivals...

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  14. Deron Williams Will Re-Sign with Brooklyn Nets

    The Deron Williams saga is likely over. After all of the speculation about whether the free-agent point guard would remain with the Brooklyn Nets or possibly take his talents ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 287 reads 0 comments

  15. Tampa Bay Rays: Hypothetical 1979 Throwback Jersey Is Amazing

    The 1979 Tampa Bay Rays had the best uniforms in baseball that year. Alright, the team didn't really come into existence until 1998, but the hypothetical throwback uniforms they unveiled on Wednesday sure make it look like they would have been...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 5,100 reads 4 comments

  16. Joe Maddon's Reaction to Joel Peralta's Pine Tar Ejection Was Not a Surprise

    Joe Maddon plays by two sets of rules. The interesting Tampa Bay Rays manager has never made any secret that he has no issue with players attempting to get a competitive advantage during baseball games...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 1,109 reads 0 comments

  17. Is the Dream Team Responsible for NBA's Flopping Epidemic?

    The Dream Team is responsible for flopping in the NBA today. I'm not accusing Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird or any of the remaining 11 Hall of Famers who comprised ...

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  18. Desmond Jennings' Return Will Add Spark to Tampa Bay Rays Lineup

    Desmond Jennings is back. The Tampa Bay Rays reinstated the outfielder today from the 15-day disabled list where he has been since May 14 with a left knee sprain...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about 2 years ago 378 reads 1 comments

  19. Johan Santana No-Hitter Shouldn't Be That Shocking

    Johan Santana threw the first no-hitter in New York Mets history Friday night. After 50 years of close calls and near misses, the team and its fans finally have that no-no moment that will forever be remembered...

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  20. Justin Combs Deserves UCLA Football Scholarship Even If He Is P. Diddy's Son

    P. Diddy said it himself, "Mo' money, mo' problems." Little did the rapper know when he recorded those lyrics they would ring true for his son...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 2 years ago 3,572 reads 7 comments

  21. Desmond Jennings Is Working His Way Back to the Tampa Bay Rays

    Desmond Jennings is one step closer to returning to the Tampa Bay Rays lineup. The Rays outfielder played five innings with the Class-A Charlotte Stone Crabs...

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  22. Hideki Matsui Made His Presence Felt in His Tampa Bay Rays Debut

    Hideki Matsui is who the Tampa Bay Rays thought he was. Matsui signed a minor league contract with the Rays on April 30 and spent two weeks in extended spring training before joining the Rays' AAA affiliate Durham Bulls...

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  23. Joe Maddon: Tampa Bay Rays Manager Has Strong Words for Boston Red Sox

    Carelessly incompetent. Those two words were among a slew of carefully chosen, yet clearly focused, words used by Tampa Bay Rays manager Joe Maddon following their Friday night win against the Boston Red Sox ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 2 years ago 3,442 reads 52 comments

  24. Will Rhymes: Tampa Bay Rays Player Passes out on Field After Being Hit by Pitch

    Will Rhymes appeared to pass out on the field after being hit by a 95 mph fastball during the Tampa Bay Rays' game Wednesday night against the Boston Red Sox ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 2 years ago 333 reads 5 comments

  25. David Robertson: It's Too Early to Cast Judgment on New York Yankees Pitcher

    It's just one blown save. Calm down. The New York Yankees had a one-run lead against the Tampa Bay Rays going into the ninth inning. On the mound was the team's closer...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about over 2 years ago 757 reads 14 comments