1. News Flash: Michael Jordan Was Good at Basketball

    Chuck Klosterman, when writing about his skepticisms toward the inevitable battle between humans and their unwelcomed computer overlords, dubbed himself the “ Michael Jordan ...

    Joshua Worrell Written by Joshua Worrell about over 3 years ago 763 reads 2 comments

  2. Clayton Kershaw, Jay Bruce and 2011 MLB Award Predictions

    Baseball is entering the summer, which means that most of the season's early surprise stories have either disappeared or become a tired expectation...

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  3. Jose Bautista: A Closer Look at the Toronto Slugger's Rise to Ruthian Production

    In the 2000 MLB amateur draft, the Pittsburgh Pirates unassumingly selected Jose Bautista in the 20th round...

    Joshua Worrell Written by Joshua Worrell about over 3 years ago 676 reads 9 comments

  4. Minnesota Twins: From First to Worst, Are They Really the League's Worst Team?

    During Ron Gardenhire's nine-year tenure as manager of the Minnesota Twins , the team has won the AL Central six times...

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  5. Albert Pujols: Is He the St. Louis Cardinals' Best Option at 3rd Base?

    After missing the Cardinals ' last six games due to shingles, manager Tony La Russa has certainly returned with a bang...

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  6. Fantasy Baseball: Ten Hitters Exceeding Expectations, Is It Time to Sell High?

    It's the middle of May, we're nearly a quarter of the way through the 2011 season, and baseball is still ripe with surprise players performing well above their true talent level. In fantasy baseball, these players can make or break league standings...

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  7. Albert Pujols: St. Louis Cardinals Are Mashing, When Will He Join Hit Parade?

    In June of 2006, Albert Pujols strained a muscle on his right side and suffered his way through the worst month of his career. Despite the nagging injury, Pujols managed to finish the season atop the NL with a ...

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  8. Jenrry Mejia, New York Mets Top High Level Prospect, to Have Tommy John Surgery

    Following the New York Mets ' front office shake-up this past offseason, my immediate attention focused on how the new Sandy Alderson-led regime would handle pitching prospect Jenrry Mejia...

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  9. Francisco Liriano: Will the Minnesota Twins Lefty Turn Things Around This Year?

    Francisco Liriano threw a no-hitter last Tuesday. That's good. In the process of no-hitting the White Sox , Liriano struck out only two batters while walking six. That's bad...

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