1. Sorting Out The Milwaukee Brewers' Starting Rotation

    Brewers' GM Doug Melvin has done exactly what he hoped to do entering the current offseason: add two legitimate starting pitchers to a dreadful rotation that finished with a combined ERA over five last season...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 1,022 reads 3 comments

  2. Australian Open Final: Roger Federer's Will Versus Andy Murray's Heart

    There is no doubt that the men's final of the Australian Open will be an exciting match. Picking a winner is up for debate and there is a surprising swell of belief that Andy Murray will win his first major and defeat Roger Federer...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 657 reads 6 comments

  3. The UFC Is Killing the Lightweight Division

    BJ Penn is unquestionably the top lightweight fighter in the UFC. He has dominated his fellow 155-pound fighters as easily as any champion currently fighting in the world today...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 1,044 reads 10 comments

  4. Closing the Door on the Green Bay Packers-Brett Favre Saga

    It has been a very difficult past couple of years for fans of the Green Bay Packers. Everyone knows the relationship between the Packers and Brett Favre broke down two years ago...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 1,902 reads 56 comments

  5. Rafael Nadal Poised for a Repeat Championship at the Australian Open

    One year ago at this time, Rafael Nadal was on top of the tennis world. He entered the Australian Open as the No. 1 player in the world, having broken through against long-time rival Roger Federer ...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 667 reads 10 comments

  6. The New York Mets Must Win the Ben Sheets Sweepstakes

    With the exception of signing Jason Bay, this has been a rough offseason for the New York Mets. Carlos Beltran will miss spring training and the beginning of the season...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 1,502 reads 6 comments

  7. Milwaukee Brewers Sign Doug Davis

    The Milwaukee Brewers continued their offseason reformation of the 2009 pitching rotation by signing free agent pitcher Doug Davis Wednesday afternoon. The deal is pending a physical...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 287 reads 0 comments

  8. Why Jerry Stackhouse Is a Bad Signing for the Milwaukee Bucks

    The Milwaukee Bucks have signed guard/forward Jerry Stackhouse to a contract for the rest of the season. The Bucks will be the fifth team in Stackhouse's 14-year career. He previously played for Philadelphia, Detroit, Washington, and Dallas...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 923 reads 50 comments

  9. Are Maria Sharapova's Best Days Behind Her?

    A female tennis player named Maria winning a first round match in a Grand Slam tournament is hardly newsworthy. The fact that it was Maria Kirilenko, a player that has never made a Grand Slam quarterfinal, is surprising...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 704 reads 23 comments

  10. Mark McGwire's Steroid Admission Should Bring the * Back to Baseball

    After years of silence on the worst kept secret in baseball, Mark McGwire has finally made public the knowledge of his years of abuse to steroids and other performance enhancing drugs...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 618 reads 8 comments

  11. Michael Redd Lost for the Season

    After coming up lame in the game last night with the Los Angeles Lakers, Michael Redd was re-evaluated today in Phoenix...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 511 reads 3 comments

  12. The WEC Is Desperate for Urijah Faber's Return to the Top

    The WEC has done a tremendous job of putting on spectacular fight cards time and time again. It never seems to matter which fighters are set to square off, fans are always able to count on seeing exciting, action-packed fights...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 731 reads 9 comments

  13. Is Paul Daley the New Face of MMA in the UK for the UFC?

    Paul Daley continued to look impressive in the UFC with another exciting finish, beating Dustin Hazelett by knockout at 2:24 of the first round. Daley won Knockout of the Night honors and firmly established himself as a top contender to Georges St...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 428 reads 12 comments

  14. Is Paul Daley Costing Himself a Shot at the Welterweight Title?

    Cutting weight has become a science in today's world of mixed martial arts. Fighters routinely walk around between 15 and 30 pounds above the weight limit for their respective divisions, only to cut all the weight in time for the pre-fight weigh-ins...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 939 reads 3 comments

  15. The Milwaukee Bucks Should Trade For Tracy McGrady

    The inevitable has happened to the Milwaukee Bucks. After starting the season with an 8-3 record, they have fallen on hard times and currently sit third in the Central Division with a record of 12-18...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about over 4 years ago 2,010 reads 11 comments

  16. Five Moves For a 2010 Milwaukee Brewers' Playoff Run

    After a very disappointing 2009 season, fans of the Milwaukee Brewers are anticipating GM Doug Melvin to make several moves this winter involving the pitching staff to bring the team back to prominence in 2010...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 893 reads 5 comments

  17. Forrest Griffin-Tito Ortiz 2: The Meaningless Main Event

    Tito Ortiz and Forrest Griffin are unquestionably two of the most popular fighters ever to step inside the Octagon. Even in defeat, both men are cheered wildly as if they had just won a championship...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 2,764 reads 19 comments

  18. Should the Kansas City Royals Give Consideration to Trading Zack Greinke?

    Zack Greinke's win of the 2009 Cy Young Award should be considered one of the best accomplishments in recent baseball history. The Kansas City Royals weren't a bad team in 2009, they were awful...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 347 reads 20 comments

  19. Milwaukee Brewers: What Is the Trade Market for Mat Gamel?

    When the Brewers traded JJ Hardy for Carlos Gomez, they sealed their fate as to how they will acquire starting pitching this winter...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 643 reads 2 comments

  20. Has Andrew Bogut Finally Turned the Corner?

    To the surprise of most fans and observers, the Milwaukee Bucks are off to a fast start. In fact, Milwaukee sits atop the Central Division with a record of 5-2. The league is buzzing over the hot start by rookie Brandon Jennings...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 452 reads 2 comments

  21. Will Tim Lincecum Be the Same Pitcher in 2010?

    Tim Lincecum has taken the baseball world by storm over the past two-and-a-half seasons. Depending on who you ask, he is at or near the top when asked to name the best pitchers in the game...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 592 reads 5 comments

  22. Should the Detroit Tigers Trade Miguel Cabrera?

    The Detroit Tigers are coming off of a heart-breaking finish to their 2009 season. After squandering away the division lead to the Minnesota Twins, they lost a one-game playoff to them and missed the playoffs entirely...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 755 reads 5 comments

  23. Would Edwin Jackson Be a Good Fit For The Milwaukee Brewers?

    Rumors have surfaced in recent days that Milwaukee Brewers' GM Doug Melvin has talked with Tigers' GM Dave Dombrowski over the possibility of acquiring starting pitcher Edwin Jackson. Jackson is being shopped in a cost-cutting move by the Tigers...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 565 reads 5 comments

  24. The Dodgers Would Be Foolish to Give Up on Chad Billingsley

    The most valuable asset in baseball is good pitching. Good, young, controllable pitching could be likened to winning the lottery for a million dollars, and when you go to cash in your ticket, you find out you actually won five million...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 355 reads 0 comments

  25. The Houston Astros Will Win Again, but Not With Oswalt, Berkman, or Lee

    Building and maintaining a consistent winner in baseball is one of the hardest things to do in all of sports. In football, basketball, and hockey rosters can completely change over within the course of two or three years...

    Jesse Motiff Written by Jesse Motiff about almost 5 years ago 474 reads 5 comments