1. Andy Murray: Experts Weigh in on His Wimbledon Championship Chances

    It has been 76 years since a British male won at Wimbledon, and in that time, there have been a series of pros who the British public has pinned their collective hope on...

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  2. New Orleans Hornets: How Will the Hornets Replace Emeka Okafor at Center?

    When David Stern walks to the podium on Thursday night and announces that Anthony Davis is the newest member of the New Orleans Hornets , the Hornets' front office will have taken ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about over 2 years ago 505 reads 0 comments

  3. NBA Draft 2012: Where Will Each Kentucky Wildcat End Up?

    This year's Kentucky Wildcat draft class is quite possibly the most talented group from a single school in the history of the NBA draft...

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  4. Maria Sharapova: What Experts Are Saying About Her Wimbledon Chances

    Prior to her recent French Open championship, Maria Sharapova hadn't won a Grand Slam event since 2008, leading some to wonder whether she would ever get her career Grand Slam...

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  5. Anthony Davis and the Most Hyped Rookies in Hornets History

    Unless New Orleans Hornets general manager Dell Demps decides to pull a Marisa Tomei at Thursday's NBA draft and select someone other than Anthony Davis with the first overall pick, ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about over 2 years ago 1,188 reads 0 comments

  6. Novak Djokovic: Experts Chime in on the Djoker's Wimbledon Chances

    After his loss to Rafael Nadal in the final at the French Open, it's easy to forget just how well Novak Djokovic has been playing lately. Prior to the loss, Djokovic had won 27 consecutive matches in Grand Slam tournaments, including the U...

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  7. Phil Mickelson: What Experts Are Saying About Lefty at Olympic Club

    Between 1999 and 2003, Phil Mickelson had six second or third-place finishes in Majors, earning him the dubious title of Best Player to Never Win a Major...

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  8. US Open Field 2012: 10 Unknowns Who Will Compete for First Major

    Since it was announced that Tiger Woods , Phil Mickelson , and Bubba Watson would make up a trio at the first round of the U.S. Open, nearly all of the media attention given to the tournament has focused on them...

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  9. MLB Power Rankings: Rating Each Baseball Team Heading into 2012

    It's still a long way off until the 2012 season begins, and with a number of talented players remaining in free agency, including the much-coveted Prince Fielder, assessing the relative ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 11,129 reads 126 comments

  10. New Year's Resolutions: One Vow Each MLB Team Must Make for 2012

    It's that time of year again when, after the champagne hangover wears off, people resolve to be a better version of themselves...

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  11. Ranking the Best Opposite-Field Hitters in MLB

    In the pre-steroids era, when power hitters resembled actual human beings and not Marvel superheroes, few batters had the physical strength to hit the ball effectively and regularly to the opposite field...

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  12. Kirk Gibson Wins NL Manager of the Year: 5 Reasons He Deserved It

    In a decision that came as a surprise to few in baseball, Kirk Gibson was announced as the winner of the National League Manager of the Year Award for 2011...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 435 reads 3 comments

  13. C.J. Wilson and the 10 Greatest Pitchers in Texas Rangers History

    After 15 consecutive seasons in which the Rangers allowed at least 740 runs, the team recently boosted its investment in pitching, and the organization has reaped the rewards to the tune of two consecutive pennants...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 2,528 reads 3 comments

  14. AL ROY: Eric Hosmer and the 10 Best Rookie Seasons in Kansas City Royals History

    The Kansas City Royals may not have played a single playoff game since 1985, but in that period they have won more American League Rookie of the Year awards than any team, save the Oakland Athletics ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 785 reads 0 comments

  15. Albert Pujols Free Agent News: Rating All 30 Team Stadiums for Pujols' Needs

    As Albert Pujols fields contract offers from the Cardinals , Marlins and what will surely be other teams, he will no doubt make his decision based primarily on (in no particular ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 3,824 reads 6 comments

  16. MLB Free Agents 2012: Ranking All 30 Teams on How Much They Have to Spend

    Now that the confetti has settled on the St. Louis Cardinals victory parade and fans of the other 29 teams have begun to recover from their disappointment, hope begins anew as free ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 4,907 reads 16 comments

  17. Texas Rangers: 5 Reasons They Can Get Back to the World Series Next Year

    Next year, the Rangers will attempt to defy history and win a World Series after losing two in a row. Prior to the Rangers, nine teams have lost consecutive World Series, and only ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about almost 3 years ago 2,761 reads 37 comments

  18. St. Louis Cardinals: Ranking the 20 Greatest Moments in Franchise History

    Eleven World Series championships, eighteen pennants and seventeen MVP awards, each second or tied for second all-time behind only the New York Yankees ...

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  19. Ranking MLB's Harshest Fanbases

    While teams like the Marlins, Rays and Athletics struggle to find enough fans to attend their games to make a minyan, some teams have to contend with having fans that are too passionate...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about 3 years ago 3,360 reads 53 comments

  20. Michael Young and 15 MLB Stars Who Most Deserve Their First Ring

    Baseball writers and commentators have spent so much time breathlessly recounting the great story of Josh Hamilton's comeback and speculating on what it would mean for him to win a ...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about 3 years ago 108 reads 4 comments

  21. "The Next Manny Pacquiao" Nonito Donaire Fails to Excite in Win

    As Manny Pacquiao ages into his mid-30s and shows greater and greater interest in his outside-the-ring activities, the boxing hype machine has already begun its search for "The Next Manny Pacquiao...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about 3 years ago 933 reads 1 comments

  22. St. Louis Cardinals: The Odds on Each of Their 25 Players Returning Next Year

    As the Cardinals ready themselves to challenge the Texas Rangers in the 2011 World Series, a cloud of uncertainty hangs over the team...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about 3 years ago 546 reads 1 comments

  23. World Series 2011: Which Team Has Biggest Home-Field Advantage in Their Park?

    Since 2003, when Major League Baseball began awarding home-field advantage in the World Series to the league that won that year's All-Star Game, home-field advantage in the World Series has been nonexistent...

    Matthew Dicker Written by Matthew Dicker about 3 years ago 462 reads 0 comments

  24. Theo Epstein to Chicago Cubs: Why This Is an Even Harder Test Than the Red Sox

    Theo Epstein came into Boston as the handpicked protégé of new owner John Henry and built the Red Sox into World Series champions, putting to rest once and for all the famed Curse of the Bambino...

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  25. 7 Boston Red Sox Players Most To Blame for Childish Clubhouse Antics

    It is not every day that a team falls a single win short of the postseason and responds by parting ways with its manager and general manager...

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