1. A Tribute to Kenny George: A Tough Career, but There's More to Him Than Ball

    Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, life was never easy for Kenny George. At the age of two, his parents separated...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 18,923 reads 8 comments

  2. Chris Paul Hosts Charity Bowling Tournament with LeBron, Gay, Wade, Durant

    We all know Chris Paul.He is the New Orleans Hornets' star point guard.CP3, as he is called because of his initials and number, and he is the third Paul to have the initials C.P., led the Hornets to a second place finish in the "Wild West of 2007-08...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 2,283 reads 4 comments

  3. Luis Flores: Former Manhattan College Star Looks For A City to Call Home

    After working out, Luis Flores has the option of relaxing on the beach or finding a pleasant cafe to hang out in with some teammates...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 2,064 reads 8 comments

  4. T.J. Houshmandzadeh Legally Changes His Name To T.J. Who'sYoMomma

    Prior to the 2008 football season, Bengals wide receiver Chad Johnson legally changed his last name to Ocho Cinco. As ridiculous as it is for someone to want their full name to be Chad Eight ...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 174 reads 8 comments

  5. The Disappointing History of the Perfect Game

    Carlos Zambrano's no-hitter in September made me interested in learning about the history of the no-hitter and the perfect game, and I found some information that not many people know...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 281 reads 2 comments

  6. Jason Thompson and Jared Jordan Try To Make a Name For The MAAC in The NBA

    Luis Flores, who played his college basketball at Manhattan College, was the last Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference player to play a regular season NBA game. On March 1, 2005, Flores scored three points in four minutes of action in his final NBA game...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 1,033 reads 6 comments

  7. Jonathan Huffman, The Iona Gaels 7-Foot Transfer, Is Ready to Suit Up

    Along with about twenty other collegiate basketball players who took steps down from Power-Conference schools to Mid-Majors following the 2006-07 season, Jonathan Huffman will be eligible to log minutes for his new school, Iona College, this November...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 903 reads 2 comments

  8. Mike Scioscia Drops from Manager of the Year Candidate to Fool

    Facing elimination in Game Four of the American League Division Series, the Angels had an opportunity to take the lead in the ninth inning...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 380 reads 10 comments

  9. What Really Beat The Chicago Cubs

    Over a week ago, when the National League playoff bracket was set, the Cubs appeared to be the favorite to advance to the World Series...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 346 reads 2 comments

  10. 2008 MLB Playoffs: Previews and Predictions

    It is not quite October, but on Wednesday, the calendars will turn and baseball's playoffs will begin. This season had some surprising finishes. The Mets couldn't win one more game.....

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 2,886 reads 3 comments

  11. Around The MAAC: Season Preview

    October is approaching, which means that college basketball is right around the corner. I will be covering the Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference this season, with weekly reports on the league...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 1,571 reads 11 comments

  12. Introducing College Basketball's Newest Conference: The Great West

    College football introduced the Great West Conference in 2004 to give transitional schools from Division II a chance to compete against teams of similar ability, as well as oppose bigger schools...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 1,056 reads 4 comments

  13. Oh, Those Siena Saints: What's in Store for This Year's Team?

    Remember the Siena Saints? If you don't, I'm sure Vanderbilt's Commodores have some not-so-fond memories of last year's crew from Albany. The only thing is.....

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 1,067 reads 1 comments

  14. How to Win Your Head-to-Head Fantasy Basketball League

    ESPN has begun their fantasy basketball registration, and Yahoo is soon to follow. The NBA season starts in just over a month, so leagues will presumably be drafting within the upcoming weeks...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 16,780 reads 2 comments

  15. Derek Jeter Ties Lou Gehrig For Most Hits at Yankee Stadium

    With Derek Jeter coming up to bat in the fifth inning, the crowd at Yankee Stadium knew they had a chance to witness history. Jeter was one hit shy of Lou Gehrig's 1,269 hit total at Yankee Stadium...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 463 reads 0 comments

  16. Billy Wagner Out for Next Season, New York Mets Don't Know How To Respond

    Mets closer Billy Wagner is scheduled to have surgery on a torn medial-collateral ligament in his pitching elbow. Some doctors are recommending Tommy John Surgery, a procedure that generally requires at least a year of recovery and rehab before return...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 344 reads 15 comments

  17. Anything Can Happen at a Dodgers Game

    In 2003, Juan Catalan was accused of murdering a 16-year-old girl. Catalan, then 24 years old, claimed to be at the Dodgers game the night of the murder. Authorities did not believe Catalan's assertion even after he presented ticket stubs...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 422 reads 3 comments

  18. Milestone Day For Derek Jeter Can't Propel The Yankees to Victory

    With one out in the top of the first inning, Derek Jeter blasted a ball deep into the left field seats at Safeco Field to give the Yankees an early 1-0 lead over the Seattle Mariners...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 221 reads 4 comments

  19. Jets Win Season Opener On Chad Pennington's Last Minute Red Zone Pick

    Seeing Chad Pennington throw a red zone interception with five seconds remaining in a 20-14 season-opening game brought back bad memories of the past 6 seasons, the years when Pennington was the starting quarterback for the Jets...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 193 reads 0 comments

  20. Dave Trembley to Return as Orioles' Manager in '09: What More Do They Need?

    The Baltimore Orioles decided to exercise their option for manager Dave Trembley, bringing him back to Baltimore for 2009...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 223 reads 0 comments

  21. Will Wrist Surgery Affect Carlos Quentin's MVP Hopes?

    The Chicago White Sox announced this afternoon that their MVP candidate, Carlos Quentin, will be undergoing wrist surgery that has the potential to terminate his season. Prior to injuring his wrist, Quentin led the polls for AL MVP...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 162 reads 1 comments

  22. Cliff Lee Becomes Baseball's First 20 Game Winner Of '08

    Johnny Peralta's transfer and throw beat Carlos Quentin to first base, completing Cliff Lee's five hit complete game shutout against the Chicago White Sox. The shutout lowered Lee's ERA to 2...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 114 reads 0 comments

  23. A-Rod gets booed in the Bronx

    After striking out and grounding into a double play in his first two at bats, Alex Rodriguez came up with a chance to do damage...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 1,060 reads 10 comments

  24. Carl Pavano: What Can He Do For The Yankees' Rotation?

    Since signing a four year contract to play for the Yankees, Carl Pavano has visited the Disabled List multiple times, including, but not limited to, a stint for Tommy John Surgery and another for injuring his buttocks...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 117 reads 0 comments

  25. Can CC Sabathia Win the NL Cy Young Award?

    Carston Charles Sabathia made his first start as a Brewer on July 8, surrendering two earned runs through six innings and earning his first victory as a Brewer...

    Ari Kramer Written by Ari Kramer about almost 6 years ago 1,137 reads 13 comments