1. Washington Nationals: Put It Away, Ryan Zimmerman

    Just in case you've been living under a rock, Ryan Zimmerman is on a ridiculous streak right now. The Washington Nationals third baseman is rolling on a club-record 20 straight games with a hit...

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  2. SJ's NHL Playoff Preview (Round 2)

    Shiphockey7 and -C.B.- , SportsJabbers Resident Hockey Gurus, take on Round Two of the NHL playoffs. Read what each team needs to do in order to fulfill their fate as winners of the Stanley Cup, and what our staff thinks their chances truly are...

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  3. NBA Rules of Embarrassment

    I’m a firm believer that certain events in the NBA should carry automatic consequences. For example, if a player intentionally throws an opponent into the scorer’s table, ...

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  4. Man Muscles Swings to a New Beat

    Not only will Minnesota Twins catcher Joe Mauer be stepping into the batter’s box for the first time this season on Friday (weeeeee!) against the Kansas City Royals, but he’ll be doing it to a different tune...

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  5. Diamondbacks Will Be Finally Hitting the Road

    It is true. Major League Baseball has scheduled road games for the Arizona Diamondbacks this season. As much as they’ve grown comfortable living at home for the first 18 of 21 games, it was bound to happen...

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  6. I'm Convinced That Lawrence Frank Has Some Dirt on Rod Thorn

    So, I’m in the barbershop getting a haircut yesterday, and something tells me to glance up at the TV that stays locked on ESPN. On the bottom line scrolls the words, “Nets to retain Lawrence Frank as head coach...

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  7. Mel Kiper Makes a Barkley Prediction for 2012

    Three years ago, Mel Kiper predicted that Georgia’s incoming freshman quarterback, Matthew Stafford, would eventually become the first overall pick of the NFL. And with the 2009 draft concluded, and the Lions selecting Stafford No...

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  8. John Smoltz Comeback Delayed: Red Sox Pitcher Suffers Set-Back

    Boston Red Sox veteran John Smoltz, still recovering from June shoulder surgery, will avoid batting practice (again) this Thursday...

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  9. Could Pat White and the Dolphins Change the Game?

    With the 44th pick in the 2009 NFL Draft, the Miami Dolphins select Pat White, quarterback, West Virginia. For the third time in as many years, the Dolphins drafted a quarterback with a second-round pick, but this year’s pick is a little different..

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  10. The Return of A-Rod's Pouty Face

    Alex Rodriguez could return to the New York Yankees lineup a little sooner than initially expected this season… which is a good thing, since I totally picked him to be the American League MVP this spring...

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  11. Matthew Stafford Has 41.7 Reasons Not to Fail

    If you want a guy to feel enormous amounts of pressure, try giving him $41.7 million guaranteed before he’s taken one NFL snap. Oh, I almost forgot, the notoriously terrible Detroit Lions did give their No...

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  12. There's That Sucking Sound Again

    I’m seriously beginning to wonder where the Washington Nationals get off thinking they have what it takes to be in the major leagues...

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  13. L.A. Laker Show Continues

    The Lakers sent the Jazz home packing with a 107-96 victory in Game 5 on Monday night in L.A. Kobe Bryant led the team with 31 points, while Lamar Odom added 26 points and 15 rebounds...

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  14. Breaking Down the Wild Race in 'Dega

    First off, after 105 races and 16 seasons, spanning from 1990, Owner James Finch got his first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series win, with rookie driver Brad Keselowski...

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  15. Red Sox Crank It Up to Eleven

    We’d probably hop on this bandwagon too, but I don’t think there’s any room. The Boston Red Sox (13-6) have pushed their amazing winning streak to eleven games, thanks in part to another exciting ninth-inning Jason Bay longball...

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  16. Detroit-Cleveland: Cavs Sweep Pistons, the Mission Continues

    The Cleveland Cavaliers completed the sweep of the Detroit Pistons 99-78 on Sunday afternoon in the Motor City. Cleveland was led by LeBron James who scored 36 points and snagged 13 rebounds...

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  17. Left Turn Louie: Talledega Will Be Deadly

    Just prior to Sunday's Aaron's 499 at Talladega, I was all set to write something really funny about the race. After all, this is the speedway that proclaimed setting a new "Mass Chicken Dance" record as one of its major goals for the weekend...

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  18. Yes Lord, I'm ready…how about you, Cowboy fan?

    First, what did we expect when the very top of this draft was already directly tied into the fruits of last year, and a good addition of Roy Williams to match with TO before wheels ...

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  19. Trojans Now One Shy of Irish Draft Record

    After drafting five Trojans on Saturday, the NFL added another half dozen on Sunday. The 11 players selected this weekend represent the most by any school in this year’s draft, and one more than the USC class of 2008...

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  20. Spread Casualties: Chase Daniel and Graham Harrell Go Undrafted

    In December of 2007, Missouri quarterback Chase Daniel sat in the front row of the Downtown Athletic Club and watched Tim Tebow receive the Heisman Trophy...

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  21. Dallas Cowboys Show Their Hearts at Charity Basketball Game

    I have nothing but praise for the Dallas Cowboys franchise. On a night when the team and the entire NFL were locked in a fight for players in the NFL draft, the Cowboys sent a contingent to Corpus ...

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  22. 1st Round NFL Draft Coverage

    The Counselor is IN: I am live blogging the first round of the NFL Draft. I will update this post continually as the picks are selected. 1. Detroit - Matt Stafford, QB, Georgia The Lions were able to get a deal done with Stafford and his agent last night.

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  23. D'backs Lose Another Series

    Make that five out of six series that the D'Backs have lost, so far, to start the season. After falling 5-1 to the Giants Friday and 5-3 on Saturday, the D’backs assured themselves of another losing series...

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  24. Bucs Use $7.5 million Decoy to Nab Their Quarterback

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers entered the first round of the 2009 draft with the expectations of selecting a quarterback...

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  25. USC Draft Tracker: Five Selections on Day One

    Two rounds of the 2009 NFL draft are now complete. It was a day that featured some surprises and head-scratchers, but most projections were accurate or at least close to being so...

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