1. MLB Trade Speculation: Would the Chicago White Sox Actually Deal Mark Buehrle?

    He's been their Opening Day starter nine times in 10 years. He's given them double-digit wins and 200-plus innings over 10 straight seasons. He's pitched a perfect game and a no-hitter in his tenure...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about over 3 years ago 1,099 reads 2 comments

  2. Chicago White Sox: Breaking Down the 2011 Projected Lineup

    One through nine (maybe eight), the Chicago White Sox have one of the nastiest lineups in the American League this year, mainly due to the addition of left-handed slugger Adam Dunn, ...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about over 3 years ago 1,616 reads 8 comments

  3. Chicago White Sox: 5 Things the Sox Need to Get from Spring Training

    Coming off an up-and-down 2010 campaign, the Chicago White Sox are reloaded, "all in" and taking aim at the American League Central title and beyond...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 4 years ago 843 reads 4 comments

  4. Weekend Wrap: NFL Wild Card Winners and Losers

    If you haven't already bashed your head in with a golf club due to the residual Tiger Woods chatter, there's plenty else going on in the sports world to occupy your time...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 5 years ago 376 reads 0 comments

  5. A New York Mess: The 2009 Mets' Eulogy

    As the dog days of August have crept up on us and that "playoff fever" is beginning to set in, the New York Mets have given their nostalgic fans something magnificent—the feeling of not ...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about over 5 years ago 318 reads 10 comments

  6. The Best Home Run Swings in Major League Baseball

    Let's forget about the steroids and admire the swing for a second. The short, compact cut of Tony Gwynn, the smooth sweep of John Olerud, and David Justice's 9-iron shot are three swings I miss terribly...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about over 5 years ago 4,331 reads 33 comments

  7. NCAA Tournament Opening Weekend: Winners and Losers

    Remember the days when it wasn't far-fetched to argue in favor of the Atlantic Coast Conference as the best conference in college basketball? Those days are gone...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about over 5 years ago 333 reads 13 comments

  8. Women's NCAA Tournament Preview and Predictions

    We could get this out of the way first and say the University of Connecticut is going to win the NCAA Women's Tournament and chalk up yet another 39-0 season—but like my girl Courtney Paris, I'm not ready to do that quite yet...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 1,699 reads 6 comments

  9. Worldwide Leader Aces College Basketball Championship Week

    Did you notice anything different about the college basketball games you watched on TV this weekend? There were story lines. Compelling story lines. Viewers grew attached to teams they normally don't care about, or even dislike...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 242 reads 10 comments

  10. The [Brutal] Life Of a New York Mets Fan: Part Seven

    The following is an elaborate spin-off of an essentially live blog entry I wrote in August as the New York Mets bullpen blew a lead for Johan Santana for the sixth time in the 2008 season. Part one/two/three/four/five/six...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 127 reads 4 comments

  11. Marist Women Punch Their Ticket: Let's Dance!

    The top-seeded Marist College women's basketball team won its fourth straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament Sunday, beating No. 2 Canisius 78-63...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 210 reads 19 comments

  12. The Top 10 B/R Communities You Don't Want to Offend

    Let's face it. Some communities here on Bleacher Report are a little deeper than others. Some are very knowledgeable. Some overwhelm authors with their vast numbers. Others pester writers with inane arguments...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 384 reads 86 comments

  13. Taking Issue: "The Sandlot"

    Few movies have had as much a positive an impact on a generation as The Sandlot. One of the best sports movies of all time, The Sandlot reached multiple generations when it was released in 1993—kids ...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 3,367 reads 10 comments

  14. Confessions Of a Superstitious Sports Fan

    Like any rational sports fan, I know the outcome of my favorite team's game rests solely in my hands. Hygiene, clothing, diet...nothing is safe, but some things are sacred. The following is an intimate look at how I help my teams win...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 294 reads 8 comments

  15. Marist Women Clinch Sixth Straight Regular-Season Title

    The Marist College Red Foxes women's basketball team clinched its sixth Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference regular-season championship Sunday with a 78-49 trouncing of Siena in front of almost 3,000 fans...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 190 reads 2 comments

  16. Duke Beats Up the Big East's Little Sister

    Mike Jarvis was fired in 2003. Duke should have stopped playing St. John's on a yearly basis right then and there. The glitz and glamour have been removed from the game since the Johnnies stopped putting a competitive team on the floor...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 163 reads 14 comments

  17. Notre Dame an Early Favorite To Win NIT after Loss to West Virginia

    Hear that collective sigh of relief? It's finally over. Barring a truly unbelievable run, Notre Dame can officially be crossed off the list of undeserving teams which might sneak into the NCAA Tournament...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 687 reads 15 comments

  18. Marist and Hartford Set To Clash in Mid-Major Women's Hoops Showdown

    Don't make fun of my glitter-glue ineptitude. Two of the top mid-major programs in women's college basketball over the past several years square off Sunday at 1 p.m...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 160 reads 0 comments

  19. The [Brutal] Life of a New York Mets Fan: Part Six

    The following is an elaborate spin-off of an essentially live blog entry I wrote in August as the New York Mets bullpen blew a lead for Johan Santana for the sixth time in the 2008 season. Part one/two/three/four/five...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 164 reads 9 comments

  20. B/R Home Court Advantage: Marist's McCann Center

    The James J. McCann Recreation Center in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. is regarded as the toughest venue in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference for teams to play at...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 556 reads 6 comments

  21. Busy Week Helps Women's College Hoops Rebound from Loss of Kay Yow

    In the week following the death of Kay Yow, women's college basketball has come together and is now stronger than ever. The lead story this week developed Thursday night after then No. 15 Tennessee avoided an upset, beating Mississippi 60-59...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 157 reads 2 comments

  22. Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference BracketBusters Games Announced

    The seventh annual ESPNU BracketBusters pairings have been announced, and the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference is reaping the benefits. Three of the 10 MAAC games will be televised...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 289 reads 3 comments

  23. Wake Forest Escapes a Late Duke Rally, Takes Out No. 1

    Name the last team to beat both No. 1 North Carolina and No. 1 Duke in the same month. You need to go all the way back to January of 2009 when Dino Gaudio's Wake Forest squad did it...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 224 reads 13 comments

  24. Aaron Heilman Playing Musical Chairs

    It'll be okay, big guy. The game will be over soon. I'm sure somebody wants you. Aaron Heilman was traded to the Chicago Cubs Wednesday, in a move sending the ex-Seattle Mariner (I'm funny) packing after just a month and a half with the club...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 191 reads 8 comments

  25. Remembering Kay Yow

    If you work at a media outlet, you probably know deep within the computer systems, there's a folder containing obituaries for people who have yet to die. It's not an insult to one's age or poor health—quite the contrary, actually...

    Travis Miller Written by Travis Miller about almost 6 years ago 290 reads 10 comments