1. Kevin Youkilis Could Learn a Lot From Ian Kinsler

    I hope Kevin Youkilis was watching his teammates tonight playing the Texas Rangers because he could learn a lot from Ian Kinsler. Earlier in the week, Youkilis showed what you do not want to do when you get hit with a pitch...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 1,204 reads 5 comments

  2. If NFL Players/Coaches Were on a TV Show, These Are the Roles They Would Fill

    This slideshow is going to cover what would happen if NFL football players were going to play a character on a TV show. Some of the shows are off the air as well as some current shows. Also, there is one exception there is a coach on the list...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 194 reads 4 comments

  3. Bob Geren: Despite Oakland A's Turnaround, Geren Needs to Go!

    What do you know, another two horrible decisions by Oakland A's manager Bob Geren costs the Oakland A's! One decision cost the A's the lead, the other one cost the game...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 153 reads 4 comments

  4. What Should the A's Do With The Lack Of Production From The DH Position?

    The Oakland A's best power source Jack Cust has been in a tremendous struggle to hit for power and as well as drive in runs...

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  5. Too Many Mental Mistakes Cost Oakland in The First Two Innings

    Brett Anderson so far tonight has been tagged for six runs in less than an inning of work, but not all is his fault. The first person to blame is Kurt Suzuki. This is one of the reasons why Suzuki even thought he has been tremendous defensively...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 50 reads 1 comments

  6. Kevin Youkilis is Considered Passionate, but Milton Bradley's a Hot Head?

    Recently an article written by Illya Harrell got me thinking about race and how it plays a role in sports media. Although, I don't agree with certain aspects of his story, he does make some interesting points...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 566 reads 18 comments

  7. Kevin Youkilis's Selfish Decision to Charge The Mound Will Hurt

    Kevin Youkils's selfish decision to charge the mound will cost the Boston Red Sox. This is a team that looked absolutely pathetic in their four game series against the New York Yankees...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 1,839 reads 53 comments

  8. Josh Hamilton's Story Still Provides Hope, Even With Relapse in January

    Josh Hamilton's name has come up recently in regards to a not so pleasant situation that involved alcohol. Last year Hamilton had a magnificent season with the Texas Rangers and was one of the major stories last year...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 13,914 reads 24 comments

  9. Examining the Triple Crown In Baseball History: Will There Be Another?

    In baseball, the greatest individual offensive achievement is the Triple Crown. The Triple Crown refers to an offensive player leading their league in batting average, home runs, and runs batted in...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 172 reads 7 comments

  10. If You Think Tim Lincecum's Change-up Is Nasty, Wait 'Til You See His Stat Sheet

    I like exploring the Baseball-Reference.com features, and today I decided to look at the career splits of Tim Lincecum...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 1,062 reads 3 comments

  11. A Preview of the 2009 USC Trojans Football Team's Schedule

    This is the second of 10 articles I'll be writing detailing the schedules of each Pac-10. In this analysis I will be going over perennial powerhouse USC. Yet, there are question marks coming into the season for the Trojans...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 993 reads 14 comments

  12. A's Should Re-Sign Adam Kennedy

    When Mark Ellis went down with an injury, the Oakland A's made a minor trade, sending minor league infielder Joe Dillon to the Tampa Bay Rays for Adam Kennedy...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 89 reads 1 comments

  13. An Overly Optimistic Analysis of the Cal Bears' 2009 College Football Schedule

    I'm going to take a look at the schedule for the California Golden Bears football team. The Bears have a few question marks on the offensive side, but defensively Cal shouldn't be too concerned ...

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  14. Underrated Players Of the Decade: Two Months Too Early

    With the 2009 Major League Baseball season ending shortly it is time to examine the underrated players of the decade...

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  15. A Few Rules to Follow When Making an All-Decade List

    When writing a decade list no matter if it's going to be the upcoming decade from 2000-2009 or previous decades it is important to make sure that the research is complete and the numbers aren't just thrown out there...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 109 reads 0 comments

  16. Top 10 Teams Held Captive By Cheap Owners That Bill Clinton Could Talk Into Selling

    If you haven't heard the news today then let me explain what happened. Bill Clinton travelled to North Korea to speak about the release of two American journalists who were captured...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 133 reads 2 comments

  17. Could The A's Make Another Splash in The Offseason?

    Last year in baseball's offseason the Oakland A's made a huge splash in acquiring Matt Holliday from the Colorado Rockies. The A's may be in the process of making another splash as well in the 2010 season...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 161 reads 0 comments

  18. A Look Ahead To Next Year: The Oakland A's Roster

    Since the 2009 season is all but done for the Oakland A's and it is just a matter of time before the A's will bring in some of their younger players up from Sacramento...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 214 reads 6 comments

  19. Six Man Rotation For The Oakland A's? I Don't Think So

    Ray Fosse, the color commentator for the Oakland A's, has talked about once Justin Duchscherer returns from the disabled list, the A's could go to a six-man starting rotation...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 5 years ago 97 reads 2 comments

  20. Billy Beane's Latest Trade Proves His Genius Is All But Gone

    Billy Beane is done. After his latest trade that sent Orlando Cabrera to the Minnesota Twins, it seems that he has lost it. He's so enamored with finding prospects that he has done nothing to help the young A's grow...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about almost 6 years ago 407 reads 7 comments

  21. The Top 5 Offensive Players in the Pac-10

    The Pac-10 offers some exciting players on the offensive side of the ball. This slideshow will look at the top five offensive weapons the Pac-10 has to offer...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 395 reads 20 comments

  22. Oakland A's: Why Do They Only Have One Left-Handed Reliever?

    It was just a matter of time before the Oakland A's got burned by David Ortiz. Unfortunately for the A's, it was a three-run home run by Ortiz to give the Boston Red Sox a 6-5 lead in the bottom of the seventh inning in today's game...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 186 reads 12 comments

  23. Larry Riley Already Proving His Incompetence

    Larry Riley has taken over as general manager for the Golden State Warriors. After replacing the departed Chris Mullin, his first trade as a Warrior would prove just how much the Warriors need a general manager with some sense...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 979 reads 15 comments

  24. College Football: Greatest Freshman Efforts

    There's been plenty of great efforts by freshman players whether quarterback, running back, wide receiver, defensive back, kicker, or punter. Here's a look at some of the greatest freshman efforts from single game feats to the entire season...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 938 reads 5 comments

  25. Athletes Are Not Role Models, But They Can Be Idols

    Unless you personally know a professional athlete the chances are the only time you get to see that athlete is on TV or by going to watch them live...

    Steven Resnick Written by Steven Resnick about 5 years ago 3,914 reads 12 comments