Adam Wells is one of B/R's MLB National Writers. He graduated from Indiana University Purdue University-Fort Wayne in 2010 with a bachelor's degree in Media & Public Communication. After growing up as a baseball fan, he has spent the last two years studying prospects and evaluating talent throughout the minor leagues.
Despite living in the heart of Cubs and Cardinals country in Indiana, Adam is an Indians fan thanks to his time spent watching "Major League" as a child. You can follow Adam on Twitter @adamwells1985.
Obviously you don't care about your comments, so I'll come here and tell you: The Astros are in the AMERICAN League. It was one of the biggest stories of the offseason.
Quite a few inaccuracies in your article titled, "Ohio State Football Recruiting: Players Key to Making Buckeyes' 2013 Class". One, John Simon was not a linebacker, he was a DE. Two, the OSU offense was the reason they went 12-0, not their defense. Look at my comment on that article for backing facts.
Agree with much of Whisenhunt analysis, but you sound bush when describing Browns O line. They are top 10-15 on both sides of the ball.
Adam, please correct the NLDS post-season schedule at Game 5 to show that SF is playing Seed #2 (not Seed#1). http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1356805-mlb-playoff-schedule-2012-start-times-dates-live-stream-and-tv-info
Adam, are you stupid or just a hater? Kobe was not being defiant. He simply stated that this team is his. It's not about ego or anything. You're just trying to write a little story because you have nothing else to talk about. This is sad. Everybody knows the reigns are in Kobe's hands. Why act so surprised. You ought to be ashamed of yourself. Youre not a writer, youre an opinionator! youre no better than hannity or O'Reilly.
adam i hate to say this but your wrong...last two weeks your writers have said things about lsu but this is the worse...this was there first game out of death valley and they won all the others. Auburn played at home and gene c has his job on the line yeh they put a fight..so what they won a W, your putting them in the trash...lsu is a great team everybody forget that lsu plays bama at home(Death Valley)..and look at the record on that one..florida look at that one too.this is not over not by a damn sight..
Did you delete the comments on Meppen-Walter's car crash? Whoever did should be ashamed.
You do realize that HHH did walk to the ring with Floyd Maywether wearing a robotic looking cast after Lesnar broke it , only pointing it out because you decided to make that a Key point in your Column
Hey man, tell me what you think of this. It was my application to become a writer - it got rejected but tell me what you think:
Is the PG Era a bad thing for WWE?
In 2008, WWE made a change in their programming. They turned into TV-PG, some of the WWE Universe were happy with this transition while others still hate it to this day, even going to the extreme and refusing to watch any WWE programming until the so called 'PG Era' ends.
Is this suitable for Pro Wrestling?
In this article I will be looking at the pros and cons of the WWE's PG Era.
Some members of the WWE Universe - mainly the older ones hate anything and everything to do with the PG Era, blaming John Cena and calling the WWE a 'kids show'. Are these comments correct or are the older fans feeling nostalgic?
Another argument is that you cannot rate Pro Wrestling as PG and that the WWE are hypocrites with their anti-bullying campaigns and their 'don't try this at home' video packages.
Could all these people just be turning to the PG Era as an easy target because they cannot back up their comments?
Other members of the WWE Universe believe that the PG Era is a good thing and that the world has changed and so has the WWE, becoming more Child-Friendly.
Nonetheless the world is moving at a fast rate, and the WWE is trying to stay 'mainstream'. So could the PG Era be a smart business move and just that, or is there more to this story.