1. Boston Red Sox: Knuckleballer Tim Wakefield Hangs 'em Up

    After 19 Major League Baseball seasons, knuckleballer Tim Wakefield has announced his retirement. Wakefield’s career began in 1988 when he was drafted as a first baseman by the Pittsburgh Pirates ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about over 2 years ago 220 reads 2 comments

  2. Albert Haynesworth: Top 3 Reasons Bill Belichick Is a Genius for Landing Him

    It has been discussed, debated, analyzed and over-analyzed over the last two-plus weeks: Was acquiring Albert Haynesworth a good move by Bill Belichick ? While the answer to that ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 563 reads 0 comments

  3. Could the 2011 New England Patriots Be Better Than the '07 Squad?

    The New England Patriots enjoyed a fairly successful year in 2010. After trading disgruntled superstar receiver Randy Moss , most fans thought Bill Belichick was sabotaging the offense as well as the season...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 3,690 reads 32 comments

  4. 2011 NFL Power Rankings: Top 10 MVP Candidates

    Football is back, and with with every new season comes a new set of predictions. One of the most popular predictions other than who will win the Super Bowl is determining who has the best shot to win NFL MVP...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 1,513 reads 1 comments

  5. New England Patriots: 5 High-Profile Pats Who Could Be on Roster Bubble in 2011

    Training Camp is almost here, football fans everywhere rejoice. It has been a long off-season and it's good to see our boys again. Now it's time to get down to business...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 9,822 reads 10 comments

  6. 25 Greatest Sports Jingles of All Time (Video)

    Major sports networks use music themes in order to get fans amped for the game taking place. Televised sporting events just wouldn't be the same without a little pre-game music...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 9,456 reads 10 comments

  7. Boston Red Sox Trade Rumors: Carlos Beltran; Smoke but No Fire

    During the last few weeks the Boston sports stratosphere has been buzzing with trade rumors, and one name that keeps resurfacing is Carlos Beltran...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 417 reads 0 comments

  8. Boston Red Sox Wrap-Up: Jeremy Guthrie Quiets Sox Bats, O's Take Game 2

    BALTIMORE --- Fresh off delivering a 15-10 thrashing of the Baltimore Orioles , the Red Sox looked to repeat their performance in Game 2. Rookie Kyle Weiland made his second start and pitched well, recording his first career quality start...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 108 reads 0 comments

  9. New England Patriots: 5 Young Studs Who Could Break-out in 2011

    Last year the New England Patriots had one of the best draft classes of all time, bringing in rookies such as Devin McCourty, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Hernandez, Brandon Spikes and Zoltan Mesko...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 1,124 reads 0 comments

  10. 10 Free Agents Who Could Fit the New England Patriots Offense

    The NFL lockout is nearing an end and for the first time in months fans can finally turn their attention to actual football. After the new Collective Bargaining Agreement is finalized, normal NFL activities and operations will commence...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 544 reads 7 comments

  11. NFL Draft 2011: Reviewing the New England Patriots' Incoming Rookies

    It has been nearly three months since the 2011 NFL Draft , and the New England Patriots selected nine players this year: two defensive backs, a pair of running backs, two offensive linemen, a linebacker, a tight end and a quarterback...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 1,778 reads 0 comments

  12. MLB: Mid-Season Report Card for the Boston Red Sox

    The 2011 MLB All-Star game has come and gone, and the Red Sox are set to continue the second half of their season tomorrow in Tampa Bay . But before we get to that, let's take some time to reflect on the first half of the 2011 season...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 598 reads 3 comments

  13. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: 3 Major Flaws with the Midsummer Classic

    The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is one of the most prestigious exhibition games in sports. It is a culmination of the many great players of our national pastime and a celebration of arguably the most iconic American sport...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 140 reads 2 comments

  14. MLB: 4 Things the Boston Red Sox Need to Do to Win World Series

    Heading into the All-Star break, the Red Sox are sitting at 55-35, one full game ahead of the Yankees for first place in the AL East. Considering the fact that Boston got off to a 2-10 start in April, and didn't break ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 453 reads 1 comments

  15. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: 3 Major Flaws with the Midsummer Classic

    The Major League Baseball All-Star Game is one of the most prestigious exhibition games in sports. It is a culmination of the many great players of our national pastime and a celebration of arguably the most iconic American sport...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 422 reads 1 comments

  16. 2011 MLB All-Star Game: The All-Juiced Team

    I had a funny thought today. In lieu of the Roger Clemens trial and the MLB All-Star game coming up, I wondered what an "All-Juiced" team would look like. Imagine an All-Star team with a little twist: all the major juicers in MLB history...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 1,524 reads 9 comments

  17. “The Decision” One Year Later: How LeBron James Became Public Enemy No. 1

    It was on this day one year ago that LeBron James made his infamous announcement on an ESPN one-hour special. “The Decision” formally announced he would be leaving his hometown to join Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade on the Miami Heat ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 415 reads 1 comments

  18. Boston Red Sox vs Baltimore Orioles: Long Balls Propel Sox into First Place

    The Red Sox played home run derby a few days early today at Fenway Park. Dustin Pedroia , Adrian Gonzalez , Jacoby Ellsbury , David Ortiz , Josh Reddick and Jarrod Saltalamacchia all went deep in the win...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 223 reads 1 comments

  19. MLB Power Rankings: The 30 Most Underrated Players in Baseball

    Who are the most underrated players in baseball? We have selected one player from each big league team. Tell us if you agree or disagree and why...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 35,520 reads 27 comments

  20. "Title-Town" --- How Boston Became the City of Champions (Part 2: Red Sox)

    A four-part series recounting the success of Boston pro sports during the 2000s In Part I , we talked about the New England Patriots' rise to dominance. Now let us look at how the Boston Red Sox followed their example...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 226 reads 0 comments

  21. Tom Brady Named NFL's Top Player of 2011: Why He Will Go Down as the Greatest

    Last night, NFL Network broadcast the final segment of the “Top 100 Players of 2011.” Rounding out four of the top five were Baltimore ’s Ed Reed and Ray Lewis ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 2,341 reads 19 comments

  22. “Title-Town" --- How Boston Became the City of Champions (Part 1: Patriots)

    A four-part series recounting the success of Boston pro sports during the 2000s As we bask in the glory of the Bruins’ recent victory in the Stanley Cup Finals, it’s ...

    Aashish Sharma Written by Aashish Sharma about 3 years ago 997 reads 1 comments