1. MLB Power Rankings: The 10 Biggest Under-Spenders in MLB

    For every budget-busting team like the Boston Red Sox or the New York Yankees, there are teams like the Florida Marlins and Tampa Bay Rays that seemingly scrap together a couple of ...

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  2. NCAA Wood Bat Switch: How It Would Change, Help Prospect Development

    When Bryce Harper dropped out of high school and got his GED after his sophomore year, many people called him crazy...

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  3. Georgia Football: 5 UGA 'Disappointments' Who Could Have Huge Seasons

    After taking Georgia from a middle-of-the-pack SEC school to the top of college football's pantheon, Mark Richt is slowly seeing everything he built seemingly crumble around him...

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  4. NCAA Bracket 2011 Predictions: 10 Sleepers That Could Sneak into the Sweet 16

    Every year, there are five or six teams that surprise us all and make it past the first round—or even the second on some occasions. And then there is always a team that takes it a step further...

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  5. Spring Training 2011: Derek Jeter to No. 2 and MLB's 8 Needed Lineup Shifts

    The position in which hitters hit in a lineup can be determined by many different factors. Some of these are speed, power and on-base percentage or a combination of the three...

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  6. College Football 2011: Georgia QB Aaron Murray's First Spring as Starter

    Aaron Murray went into spring practices in 2010 splitting time with two other quarterbacks: Zach Mettenberger and Logan Gray...

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  7. NCAA Tournament 2011: The Georgia Bulldogs' Season Review and Tournament Chances

    ESPN's Joe Lunardi's final "Bracketology" predictions had Georgia as one of the "first four out" but the Bulldogs were able to sneak into the tournament despite falling to Alabama 65-59 in the Southeastern Conference tournament...

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  8. Spring Training 2011: A Look at Atlanta Braves Prospects This Spring

    The Atlanta Braves come into the 2011 season with high expectations following a playoff berth this past season. This season should have tons of excitement and a ton of wins for the boys from Atlanta, but the future looks even brighter than this year...

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  9. Jason Heyward or Buster Posey: Which Star Is More at Risk of 'Sophomore Slump'?

    Jason Heyward and Buster Posey emerged as two of baseball's brightest stars. The 21-year-old Heyward and soon-to-be 24-year-old Posey are coming into their second seasons in the majors, and both are already facing enhanced expectations...

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  10. Atlanta Braves: 10 Reasons Jason Heyward and Freddie Freeman Are Top Future Duo

    Jason Heyward started his Major League Baseball journey on Opening Day in 2010 with a home run on his first swing—at the age of 20...

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  11. Philadelphia Phillies: How Can They Generate Enough Right-Handed Power?

    The Philadelphia Phillies may have stolen the show from the Boston Red Sox this offseason with the reacquisition of left-handed pitcher Cliff Lee—giving them what many think could be the best starting rotation in Major League history...

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  12. Jason Heyward and the 25-and-Under Franchise Players for All 30 MLB Teams

    Just about every MLB team has a young guy with enormous potential. These guys can be all types of players, from pitchers to position players, center fielders with speed and first basemen ...

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  13. MLB Preview 2011: Full Atlanta Braves Roster Breakdown and Predictions

    In 2010, the Altanta Braves went from the leaders in the NL East for most of the season, to barely making the playoffs after a rough September. They then lost in four games to the eventual World Series winning San Francisco Giants...

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  14. MLB Spring Training 2011: The 10 Most Exciting Prospects in the NL East's Camps

    The NL East teams include the Atlanta Braves, Florida Marlins, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies, and the Washington Nationals...

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  15. MLB Spring Training 2011: 10 Players to Watch in Atlanta Braves' Camp

    Spring training is time where players get back into shape, new coaches get to see their club for the first time and set the pace for years to come. It’s where questions are answered, and maybe even more are brought up...

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  16. Atlanta Braves: 5 Things Chipper Jones Still Brings to the Table

    Chipper Jones is an all-time Brave. He’s been through the best times that the franchise has ever had and the recent struggles to make it to the postseason up until 2010. He’s won a World Series Championship and many division titles...

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  17. Atlanta Braves: 10 Current Players Freddie Freeman Could Develop Into

    Freddie Freeman is the Braves’ top offensive prospect and a guy who the team will be depending on at one of baseball’s most important offensive positions...

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  18. NBA Power Rankings: Ranking the Top 10 Point Guards in the East

    The Eastern Conference is routinely thought of as the weaker conference of the NBA, but it has some very talented players running its offenses...

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  19. NBA Power Rankings: Ranking the Top 10 Shooting Guards in the East

    The East’s fire power at the shooting guard position is not nearly that top to bottom, like that of the West, but it is still impressive, nonetheless...

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  20. MLB Predictions: 10 Reasons Dan Uggla Could be Dark Horse of 2011 NL MVP Race

    The addition of Dan Uggla was the biggest move for the Atlanta Braves this offseason. Uggla has shown great power during his time in the majors, as he has hit 154 homers in five seasons, which comes out to an average of 30...

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  21. Georgia Basketball: The Bulldogs Get Back on Track in SEC Play

    After losing tough back-to-back games against Florida and Kentucky, Georgia’s (16-6, 5-4) tournament chances were starting to slide...

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  22. NBA All-Star Game: Atlanta Hawks Joe Johnson, Al Horford Make the Cut

    Center Al Horford, the East’s sixth most efficient player, and shooting guard Joe Johnson, whose 20.6 points per game lead the Atlanta Hawks, were chosen as reserves for the All-Star game in Los Angeles...

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  23. Georgia Football: An Early Preview of the Georgia Tailbacks

    Isaiah Crowell announced today that he would be playing football for the University of Georgia and a shockwave has been sent throughout the Bulldog Nation...

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  24. Atlanta Braves: 10 Reasons Mike Minor Will Break Out in 2011

    Needing a helping hand for the rotation, the Atlanta Braves called up 6’4” 210-pound, left-handed pitcher Mike Minor on August 7 th this past season. Minor started off very strong, posting an impressive 3...

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  25. Georgia Basketball: Five Things the Bulldogs Need to do to Make the Tournament

    The Georgia Bulldogs(14-6, 3-4) have lost four of their last six games after a 12-2 start. They are currently in last place of the highly competitive SEC East, and most could argue that they would be in first if they were in the West division...

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