1. Jake Arrieta: Baltimore Orioles Pitcher Proves It's Better To Be Lucky Than Good

    There is a Baltimore Orioles pitcher leading a major statistical category. And it's not even one of the less desirable statistics like home runs allowed or losses. Jake Arrieta is tied for the major league lead in victories...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about 3 years ago 207 reads 0 comments

  2. Baltimore Orioles: After First Month, Plenty of Areas for Improvement

    The Orioles finished April with a very respectable, for the Orioles anyway, 12-13 record. The month saw the Orioles start fast with a 6-1 record, which had many baseball fans wondering how long Baltimore would continue their winning ways...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about 3 years ago 401 reads 0 comments

  3. Boston Marathon: Once America's Great Distance Hope, Ryan Hall Looks to Rebound

    Not long ago, Ryan Hall was seen as the future for American distance running. Hall would be the one to deliver Olympic medals, win major marathons and break up the East African dominance of all distance events...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about 3 years ago 60 reads 2 comments

  4. Philadelphia Phillies: Never Question Halladay in the 9th Inning

    No true ace willfully gives up the ball with a game on the line. As a fan, you admire this, but sometimes, you still have a hard time trusting them. Maybe the closer should be called you think...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 1,596 reads 2 comments

  5. Madden Cover: Ranking the Contenders for the 2012 Madden Curse

    With all this fuss over the looming lockout, let's take a minute to think about something truly much more important: Who will grace the cover of Madden 2012? The four finalists were ...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 577 reads 1 comments

  6. Josh Hamilton: Since When Is It Wrong to Play All Out?

    There is a lot of talk in the media about Josh Hamilton 's latest injury. For those who somehow missed it today, Hamilton broke a bone in his arm trying to tag up on a foul pop up...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 167 reads 0 comments

  7. Baltimore Orioles: First Yankees Series of the Year Will Test Young Pitchers

    The Baltimore Orioles will play the New York Yankees 17 times this season. If the Orioles are to continue their strong early-season play and finish the year with a winning ...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 271 reads 2 comments

  8. Penn State Football: Keys to Improvement in 2011

    As the Penn State Nittany Lions prepare for their annual Blue-White Game, there are several key areas the coaching staff should be focusing on if the Lions are to improve on 2010's mediocre 7-6 record...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 906 reads 1 comments

  9. MLB: Are the Phillie's Phantastic Phour Living Up to the Hype?

    The Phantastic Phour, R2C2, The Four Horsemen, The Foureign Legion...I could go on. The Philladelphia Phillies starting rotation of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee , Roy Oswalt, and ...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 1,276 reads 6 comments

  10. Manny Ramirez: Manny Being Manny? No, Just Manny Being Selfish

    How did Manny Ramirez fool the baseball world so long? How did he make us believe at times that he actually cared about the team he was playing on? There were times when it seemed ...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 792 reads 1 comments

  11. Baltimore Orioles: Last Night's Win Has Me Believing in the Fighting Showalters

    I will admit, I was skeptical when the Orioles started the season 4-0. Sure, their pitching was lights out, but how long can you expect a rotation to keep up a 0...

    Josh Sadlock Written by Josh Sadlock about over 3 years ago 524 reads 1 comments