1. When Is the Right Time For the Yanks to Call the Quits?

    As of July 30, the Yankees (68-60) stood one game behind the Wild-Card leading Red Sox (74-54). After the completion of today’s games, the Yankees, 5-5 in their last ten, sit six full games behind Boston for the Wild Card...

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  2. Ichiro Suzuki to Mariners: Trade Me

    After adding Erik Bedard and Carlos Silva to a pitching rotation already consisting of flame-throwing Felix Hernandez, the Seattle Mariners appeared capable of competing with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim for the American League West title...

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  3. Ryan Howard: Is The Slow Start Something To Worry About?

    Going into his fourth season, Ryan Howard knew how rough slow starts could be. In 2005, Howard was up for a brief stint in May and was recalled in the beginning of July for the rest of the season...

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  4. Look Out Villanova: The Siena Saints Are Rolling

    Kenny Hasbrouck and the Siena Saints went into last night's game against Vanderbilt looking to become the third lower seed to come out of Tampa Bay sub-regional victoriously. The Saints never trailed...

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  5. History Made: N.J.I.T. Becomes the 7th School to Go Winless

    According to ESPN, Jheryl Wilson, a freshman guard at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, claimed, "We hit rock bottom. We can only go up," after the Highlanders' 27th loss of the season...

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  6. Mid-Major Teams Grab Center Stage on BracketBuster Weekend

    For the sixth straight year, ESPN has set up 50 games which are primarily between mid-major schools. ESPN also included the two best small conference teams, Davidson and Winthrop, to square off in the first game of the weekend...

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  7. AL East: Red Sox or Yankees?

    The Red Sox put an end to the Yankees' nine straight division titles in 2007, and went on to win the World Series. Again, it appears that the Yankees and the Red Sox will be the two teams competing for the title of the American League East...

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  8. Three Teams, Eleven Players, and the Cleveland Cavaliers Walk Away With Best Deal

    Prior to today's 3pm EST trade deadline, the Cavs, the Sonics, and the Bulls worked out an eleven player deal. The Cavaliers added Wally Szczerbiak and Delonte West from Seattle, and Chicago's Joe Smith and Ben Wallace...

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  9. Leave New York Yankees' Andy Pettitte Alone

    We all know that cheating is wrong. Using steroids and HGH is considered cheating in the baseball world. It is easy to tell that Andy Pettitte is a nice guy. Just look at him. Listen to him speak...

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  10. Don't Expect the Drake Bulldogs To Get Too Far Into March

    Going into their toughest match-up of the season, this Saturday against Butler, Drake is ranked No. 18 in the nation with a record of 23-3 (14-2 MVC)...

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  11. Drake Basketball: Don't Expect Bulldogs To Get Too Far Into March

    Going into their toughest matchup of the season against Butler, Drake is ranked 18th in the nation with a record of 23-3 (14-2 MVC)...

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  12. NBA Bound: Why Jason Thompson Is Not The Typical MAAC NBA Prospect

    After seeing Jason Thompson live three times, and multiple times on T.V., I have conlcuded that he will not be like most other NBA prospects who have played in the Metro-Atlantic Athletic Conference...

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  13. Rider-Siena: Broncos Gain Control of the MAAC

    Rider came out of the gates on a 20-5 run in the first five minutes of the ball game. Soon enough, they found themselves on top of Siena 59-34 at halftime. The fifty-nine first half points set a school record for Rider University...

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  14. Surprising Lakers Improve by Adding Pau Gasol

    Before the season started in October, there had been talks of the Lakers trading Kobe Bryant. Well, Kobe decided he wanted to stay, and the Lakers decided they wanted to keep him. What a wonderful idea...

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  15. College Basketball: MAAC Midseason Report

    Last night, Rider University defeated Marist College to gain control of the first seed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Led by Jason Thompson, the victory marked Rider's eighth straight...

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  16. Rolen For Glaus, Who Got the Better Third Baseman?

    Two aged third basemen dealt straight-up for each other. Scott Rolen, who will be thirty-three years old within the first week of the 2008 season, has had his season ended by injury in each of the last three seasons...

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  17. Manhattan College BB: Jaspers Drop Fourth of Their Last Five

    The NCAA's leading scorer, Charron Fisher, scored 32 points and pulled down eight rebounds as Niagara University defeated Manhattan College 80-63...

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  18. College BB: Who Is Xavier's C.J. Anderson?

    C.J. Anderson grew up in Cincinnati, and played his first two collegiate seasons for Manhattan College. After leading his 2005-06 Jaspers team to a 15-4 start, he was academically suspended for the rest of the season...

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  19. College BB: Manhattan College Holds Off Canisius

    Friday night, the Jaspers opposed the Canisius College Golden Griffins for the first of two road games this weekend. It was all Canisius for the first nine minutes of the game, as the Golden ...

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