1. Clemson Tigers Offense: The 2010 Season Doesn't Depend on Kyle Parker and Co.

    The most important players on Clemson’s offense? Hairston, Cloy, Freeman, McClain, Walker, and Diehl. What, no Xavier Dye? What about Jamie Harper? Andre Ellington? Heck, not even Kyle Parker? That’s right...

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  2. A Modest Proposal For the New York Mets

    (Apologies to Jonathan Swift) Ah, the New York Mets. Whether you love 'em or hate 'em, you have to admire the way they're able to lose. But hey, you have to give them credit...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about almost 5 years ago 553 reads 6 comments

  3. Mets Drop Another Heartbreaker, All But Erase Last Week's Winning Streak

    "This team is cursed." These were the words of my father, a longtime, die-hard New York Yankees fan. Except these words were not said about the Red Sox back in 2003...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about 5 years ago 46 reads 2 comments

  4. Gary Sheffield: A Better Deal for the Mets Than Manny Ramirez?

    Today it was reported that Gary Sheffield signed with the New York Mets to a one-year contract after being released by the Detroit Tigers earlier this week...

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  5. Gary Sheffield Agrees To Become a New York Met

    Gary Sheffield has agreed to a one-year contract with the New York Mets, according to MLB.com. Sheffield, 40, was released by the Detroit Tigers earlier this week, prompting interest from the Reds, Phillies, and Mets...

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  6. Jerry Manuel Suggests Murphy Will Bat Second in New York Mets' Lineup

    According to MLB.com, Mets manager Jerry Manuel is leaning toward batting Daniel Murphy second in the Mets lineup to begin the 2009 season. Earlier this winter, Manuel hinted shortstop Jose Reyes might bat third...

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  7. The Alex Rodriguez Steroid Scandal: Who Are The Other 103?

    This past weekend, word leaked that Alex Rodriguez failed an anonymous drug test in 2003. Today, he came clean and confessed to taking something, but that he's unsure of what he took. As fuzzy as this sounds, I feel like I cannot fault him...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about over 5 years ago 423 reads 1 comments

  8. Clemson-Duke: Tigers Defense Stands Up, Holds Blue Devils to 47 in Rout

    Before tonight's game, Clemson coach Oliver Purnell asked the Tigers to build off of their win against Duke in last year's ACC tournament. They not only built off of last year's win, they built a foundation...

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  9. Omar Minaya Wants Pedro Back in Queens

    According to mlb.com, Mets General Manager Omar Minaya wants to bring Pedro Martinez back for one more year to compete for one of the two remaining spots in the Mets' starting rotation...

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  10. The New York Mets Design 2009 Jersey Patch, Welcome Fans With a Doormat

    Above is the design for the patch that the Mets will be wearing on their jersey sleeves when they take the field for the first time in 2009. No, stop laughing. I'm serious...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about over 5 years ago 2,734 reads 10 comments

  11. Yaba "Dabo" Doo! Clemson AD Phillips Calls on Swinney to Lead Tigers

    In a press conference on Monday, Dabo Swinney began to tear up as he realized what just happened. Clemson Athletic Director Terry Don Phillips had just put the orange jacket on Swinney's back...

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  12. In Dabo We Trust: Clemson Qualifies For a Bowl Game Against South Carolina

    The seniors were the first players in the stadium. One by one they rubbed Howard's famed rock and ran down in an aisle between two groups of screaming students. It was Senior Day in Death Valley...

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  13. Is Willie Korn The Answer To The Clemson Tigers' Offensive Woes?

    For many Tiger fans, the glorious day has arrived. Willy Korn has been named the starting quarterback for the Georgia Tech game, and coach Tommy Bowden has all but guaranteed he will take all of the snaps in the game...

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  14. Bad Coaching Killing Clemson Tigers' Chances For Greatness

    Just when the Tigers show signs of life, they give it right back. Clemson (3-2, 1-1 ACC) squandered an 11-point halftime lead to lose to the Maryland Terrapins (4-1, 1-0 ACC) 20-17 on Saturday afternoon...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about almost 6 years ago 658 reads 4 comments

  15. Yankee Stadium Holds Its Last Game After 85 Years

    The final pitch has been thrown. The final inning played. The final game in the books. After 85 years, the Cathedral of Baseball is closing its doors. Everyone saw this coming...

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  16. Clemson Continues Resurrection from 0-1 Start

    The Clemson Tigers have just won another football game, this time shutting out the South Carolina State Bulldogs 54-0 on Saturday afternoon. This win puts the No...

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  17. Trade Breakdown: Do The Angels Really Need Mark Teixeira?

    The most recent move in baseball has Atlanta first baseman Mark Teixeira going to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. In return, the Braves receive first baseman Casey Kotchman and minor league pitcher Stephen Marek...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about 6 years ago 183 reads 0 comments

  18. Mets Bullpen Blows Two Leads, Gives Up Six Runs in Loss to Marlins

    A day after Johan Santana pitches the Mets' first complete game since September 2006, the Mets bullpen blows two one-run leads in a 7-3 loss to the Florida Marlins...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about 6 years ago 184 reads 1 comments

  19. Trade Breakdown: How Xavier Nady And Damaso Marte Will Impact The Yankees

    The Pittsburgh Pirates traded Xavier Nady and Damaso Marte to the New York Yankees on Saturday, receiving Jose Tabata, Dan McCutchen, Jeff Karstens, and Ross Ohlendorf, all currently minor-leaguers, in return...

    Greg Jansen Written by Greg Jansen about 6 years ago 508 reads 1 comments

  20. Mets Open Up Three Game Set Against Cardinals

    After coming off of a series win against the Philadelphia Phillies at home, the Mets welcome the St. Louis Cardinals to Shea Stadium for three games. The Mets took two from the Phillies after a bullpen collapse on Tuesday night...

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  21. Fred Wilpon's Apology Comes Too Late For Willie Randolph

    Mets Owner Fred Wilpon apologized for the way General Manager Omar Minaya handled the firing of former manager Willie Randolph. Finally...

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  22. Mets Bullpen Falls Apart Without Wagner

    Just when the Mets were beginning to look like a good team, they prove they cannot consistently win without stutter-stepping...

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  23. Despite a Series Split With Cincinnati, Mets Look Better Than Ever

    The Mets came into this series riding a nine-game winning streak—seven games over .500 and one game behind Philadelphia for the NL East Lead before the All-Star Break. Four games later, they're still seven games over ...

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