1. With Tom Brady Back, New England Pats Kings of AFC East Again

    Not sure how the rest of you feel, but I am full of excitement and have had September 14 marked on my calendar for a long time. For those unaware, it is opening night for the Patriots as well as the soon to be basement dweller Buffalo Bills...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about almost 5 years ago 370 reads 0 comments

  2. Calling Clay Buchholz: Here's the Chance to Shine...Again

    With the recent news of All-Star and fan favorite 42 year-old Tim Wakefield going on the disabled list with a strained muscle in his lower back, Clay Buchholz is once again back in the big leagues...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about almost 5 years ago 141 reads 2 comments

  3. MLB '09 The Show: Toronto Blue Jays Style

    This is probably the first of its kind ever on this site. After all, this is a blog, and we as authors, are free to write about whatever it is we please.I figured to mix things up from my usual predictions, banter, and analysis and try something new...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about 5 years ago 592 reads 1 comments

  4. At Last—Major League Baseball Is Back: 2009 AL Season Predictions

    It's the most wonderful time of the year. No I'm not talking about Christmas, the last day of school, or a personal favorite, the beginning of March Madness. I'm talking about Opening Day of the Major League Baseball season...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 1,102 reads 0 comments

  5. Besides A-Roid, Who Else Might Have Failed a Test?

    With the I guess somewhat shocking news that A-Roid err A-Rod tested positive and used a banned substance between the years of 2001-2003, that got me thinking...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 87 reads 0 comments

  6. How the Allen Iverson Trade Saved the Nuggets, Carmelo Anthony

    We are now a good two months removed from one of the bigger trades in recent NBA history, and clearly this trade has favored the Denver Nuggets. In this trade, the Nuggets acquired Chauncey Billups and gave up Allen Iverson...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 1,065 reads 3 comments

  7. All-NBA Team from UCONN...All Under 6'10"

    By reading the title, you're probably thinking, "Oh yeah sure, that's easy to do." But if you sit down and think about it, UCONN has had both good guards AND good big men...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 396 reads 4 comments

  8. Chauncey Billups: Mr. Big Shot Does it His Way

    Congrats. Hooray. Glad it's over. Denver has beaten the Dallas Mavericks tonight by a score of 108-105 in Chauncey Billups' first game in his second go round with the Denver Nuggets. Chauncey started at point, and played about 30 minutes...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 432 reads 0 comments

  9. Red Sox's Offseason Outlook (Part Two): Calling 2004 Pitching Staff

    After speaking about the offensive side of the ball, it is now time to focus on the pitching side of the ball. In the championship year of 2007 the pitching was outstanding. The team was first in the American League with a 3...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 455 reads 3 comments

  10. Trading an MVP and Soon-To-Be Hall Of Famer Was The Right Move

    In case you have not heard the big news, All Star and future Hall of Fame guard Allen Iverson has been traded away from Denver to the Detroit Pistons for another All Star guard in Chauncey Billups (BU BU BU BILLUPS anyone?)...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 486 reads 3 comments

  11. Boston Red Sox's Offseason Outlook (Part One): Offensive Needs

    It has now been just a little over two weeks since the Sox's season came to an end in St. Pete, and as soon as the season came to an end, it was time to look towards the 2009 season...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 469 reads 2 comments

  12. Calling Out All Red Sox Fans

    As an avid Red Sox fan and a disgruntled Fenway Park employee, I have one thing to say. I have never ever been more embarrassed to be a Red Sox fan than I was last night...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about over 5 years ago 171 reads 0 comments

  13. Randy Moss: Inconsistent, Not Motivated, Or Just Bad Situation

    The fall in New England is good for only a few things: no school isn't one of them. Here in New England, the fall brings on the Boston Red Sox in the postseason as well as the start of the NFL season...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about almost 6 years ago 582 reads 0 comments

  14. Lester's a Sure Thing, But What Can Dice-K and Beckett Bring Injured Sox

    Well well well. Baseball’s second season is finally here and now it’s time for the best teams to come to the forefront and emerge with one winner around Halloween to claim the World Series title...

    Andrew Otovic Written by Andrew Otovic about almost 6 years ago 120 reads 0 comments