1. Boston Red Sox: Fried Chicken, Beer, Video Games Had Nothing to Do with Collapse

    A little chicken, beer and video games never hurt anybody. Boston Red Sox fans and media need to lighten up and go to a good happy hour...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,591 reads 0 comments

  2. Theo Epstein to Chicago Cubs: 5 Trades He Can Make to Endear Himself to Fans

    Theo Epstein has a very difficult task ahead of him as the general manager of the Chicago Cubs . He successfully built two World Series champion teams with the Boston Red Sox and ended their 86-year championship drought...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,421 reads 4 comments

  3. Ben Cherington and the Top 10 Candidates to Replace Theo Epstein as Red Sox GM

    The Boston Red Sox need to replace Theo Epstein as soon as possible. They need a new General Manager not just to prepare for the offseason tasks of signing, scouting and trading players...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 843 reads 4 comments

  4. Theo Epstein to Cubs: Why He Has What It Takes to Break Another MLB Curse

    Theo Epstein has what it takes to reverse another curse as the new General Manager of the Chicago Cubs . The Cubs franchise is looking to create a winning tradition and bring home the World Series championship that has eluded them since 1908...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 170 reads 0 comments

  5. Theo Epstein to Cubs: 10 Big Names He Can Sign to Reverse Cubs' Fortunes

    Theo Epstein was signed by the Chicago Cubs to reverse the curse that has haunted this franchise. This offseason will be pivotal in changing the direction and culture of the organization...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 420 reads 2 comments

  6. Theo Epstein to Cubs: 5 Players Who Will Be Replaced as Soon as Possible

    Theo Epstein will change the way the Chicago Cubs look on the field. The Cubs bringing Epstein into the organization is going to bring the expectation that the team makes some immediate roster moves...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,620 reads 23 comments

  7. MLB Playoffs Rangers vs Tigers Game 3 Live Blog: Play-by-Play Analysis, Reaction

    The 2011 MLB Playoffs continue this evening with Game 3 of the American League Championship Series between the Texas Rangers and Detroit Tigers ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,518 reads 0 comments

  8. NFL: Detroit, Washington, Green Bay and Teams Winning Without Big Free Agents

    The Philadelphia Eagles dream team is having a nightmare season. They were the offseason champions bringing in big name free agents, including Nnamdi Asomugha , Cullen Jenkins, ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 191 reads 0 comments

  9. 2011 ALDS: 10 Things Tampa Bay Rays Can Build on from 2011 for 2012

    The Tampa Bay Rays are in a great position to return to the postseason in 2012. Their wonderfully improbable 2011 season resulted in them exceeding the most optimistic of expectations by making the postseason as the AL Wild Card team...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,108 reads 0 comments

  10. Rays or Yankees: Which AL East Team Is in Bigger Trouble in Game 4?

    The New York Yankees and Tampa Bay Rays are both in a state of emergency down 2-1 in the 2011 ALDS to the Detroit Tigers and Texas Rangers respectively. The American League East is supposed to be the juggernaut division in baseball...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 600 reads 4 comments

  11. David Price Must Lead Tampa Bay Rays to Win in Game 3 Against Texas Rangers

    David Price and the Tampa Bay Rays must win Game 3 against the Texas Rangers . If they are going to take this series against the Rangers, they need to do it at home...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 133 reads 0 comments

  12. 2011 MLB Playoffs: 11 Reasons the Tampa Bay Rays Will Win the World Series

    The Tampa Bay Rays can win the 2011 World Series. Coming into this season the thought that they would make the playoffs after losing Carl Crawford, Carlos Pena, Rafael Soriano, Jason Bartlett, and the entire bullpen in the offseason...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,513 reads 1 comments

  13. Matt Moore: 6 Signs Joe Maddon's Tampa Bay Rays Are a Team of Destiny

    Matt Moore had an incredible postseason debut for the Tampa Bay Rays . In the past week, it seems that everything that has needed to happen for this team to contend and make a postseason run has fallen into place...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 162 reads 5 comments

  14. MLB Playoffs Rays vs Rangers Game 1 Live Blog: Play-by-Play Analysis, Reaction

    2011 MLB Playoffs start this afternoon when the Tampa Bay Rays face the Texas Rangers in the American League Division Series (ALDS). Bleacher Report's live coverage will keep you informed from the opening pitch to the final out...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 968 reads 4 comments

  15. Terry Francona Out: Boston Sports Fans Are Spoiled

    Terry Francona should still be managing the Boston Red Sox. According to Jim Heyman , his time as the Red Sox manager has come to an end. It wasn't too long ago that all the major teams in Boston were in a major funk...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 624 reads 7 comments

  16. Matt Moore: Joe Maddon Puts Top Prospect on Mound in Game 1 for Rays

    Joe Maddon has no fear. It takes a lot of confidence (or arrogance) to send a rookie with just over nine innings of major league baseball under his belt to the mound to start Game 1 of the ALDS...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  17. MLB Playoff Predictions: Breaking Down Rangers vs. Rays Matchup

    Cliff Lee and Carl Crawford were the headliners when the Texas Rangers and the Tampa Bay Rays met last season in the 2010 ALDS. Now, the teams are preparing to square off against each other yet again, but with a new storyline: redemption...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 491 reads 2 comments

  18. Tampa Bay Rays: 5 Unusual Moments From Historic Win Over New York Yankees

    The Tampa Bay Rays are going to the 2011 MLB Playoffs . I saw it happen and still cannot believe it to be true Somehow, some way the team found a way to overcome every obstacle ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 473 reads 0 comments

  19. Carl Crawford: 5 Things $142 Million Can't Buy the Red Sox Outfielder

    Carl Crawford is learning that the $142 million the Boston Red Sox paid him can’t buy everything. No matter how much money his contract paid him, it cannot console the pain ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 254 reads 57 comments

  20. LeBron James' Tweet Implies Miami Heat Are Not a Great Team

    LeBron James should think before he tweets. The same way you can count on LeBron to score points, make amazing plays and highlight-reel dunks, you can also count on him to send a fun tweet every so often...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 1,662 reads 17 comments

  21. Russell Martin Ejected from NY Yankees Game Against Rays for Joking with Umpire

    Major League Baseball umpires need to take a deep breath and relax. At least that’s what New York Yankees catcher Russell Martin felt and stated leading up to him getting ...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 818 reads 3 comments

  22. Tampa Bay Rays Closer to Playoffs as Boston Red Sox Continue Epic Collapse

    The Boston Red Sox don’t want to make the playoffs. At least, that’s the way they are playing...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 292 reads 0 comments

  23. Tampa Bay Rays: Apathetic Fans Are a Blessing and a Curse

    The Tampa Bay Rays may not have the passionate fans they want, but they have the apathetic fans they need. Perhaps a team that is 13 years young with limited payroll is better served with a fair-weather and less intense fan base for the time being...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 299 reads 3 comments

  24. Tampa Bay Rays Have the Edge over the Boston Red Sox for AL Wild Card

    The Tampa Bay Rays are three games away from stealing the American League Wild Card from the Boston Red Sox . This scenario seemed far from possible when the Rays were nine games out of a playoff berth on September 2nd...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 977 reads 7 comments

  25. Tampa Bay Rays Must Sweep Boston Red Sox

    The Tampa Bay Rays must sweep the Boston Red Sox or they can kiss any hopes, dreams and wishes of the wild card this year goodbye. For Tampa Bay, the playoffs at times have been as close as first base...

    Jamal Wilburg Written by Jamal Wilburg about almost 3 years ago 347 reads 1 comments