1. Is There a Doctor In The House?

    The saga continues. Once again the question arises when it comes to the Mets medical staff and the organization leadership: Does the left hand know what the right hand is doing? Obviously not...

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  2. UNLV Rebels (Finally) Beat San Diego State, 76-66

    I am all but positive there are three young men who slept very well last night after UNLV's Runnin' Rebels came from behind to beat the San Diego State Aztecs 76-66 at the Thomas and Mack Center...

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  3. Unraveling Mark McGwire

    "The Truth Shall Set Me Free," so says Mark McGwire after releasing his statement to the press yesterday that he was indeed a steroid user for the better part of the decade...

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  4. Rebels Climb Out of "The Pit" With a 74-62 Victory

    Kendall Wallace is a three point specialist. In any game where he's on the floor, Kendall is capable of making game-changing shots. Yesterday was one of those days. In fact, it was the best three-point performance in Wallace's career at UNLV...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 106 reads 1 comments

  5. Diagnosing the NY Mets Top 20 Prospects

    JOHN SICKLES of MINOR LEAGUE BALL has posted his view of the Mets Top 20 Prospects, which I will gladly share with you and make some comments on his choices. My comments will be in italics...

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  6. Runnin' Rebels Fall Short in Conference Opener, 77-73

    It's not easy for a visiting team to win in Provo, Utah. Going into last night's game with the UNLV Runnin' Rebels, the BYU Cougars were 36-1 in conference play at the Marriott Center...

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  7. UNLV Basketball: No "Runnin" for These Rebels

    The USC Trojans took a page right out of Lon Kruger's play book and put on a defensive clinic, as the UNLV's Runnin' Rebels lost the championship game at the Inaugural Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic 67-56...

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  8. UNLV-Hawaii: Another Defensive Gem In a 77-53 Rebels Win

    UNLV's Runnin' Rebels defense led the way for it's second straight blowout in the first Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic. This time the victim was the host team, the University of Hawaii on its home court...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 105 reads 1 comments

  9. UNLV-SMU: Runnin' Rebels Make a Splash in Hawaii

    Not since 20 years ago has the UNLV men's basketball team drawn this much excitement as the decade comes to a screeching halt next Friday...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 137 reads 2 comments

  10. A Game Six Classic In The Making

    Hollywood would be hard pressed to write a better script than the one we have today in real life. The New York Yankees go after their 27th World Title in the spanking brand new $1.2 billion stadium replica of the House That Ruth Built...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 49 reads 3 comments

  11. New York Jets Headed To Needed Bye Week

    I wonder why there is so much fuss about a team that has reached the halfway point in the season and has gone four and four. It must be a New York state of mind...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 168 reads 0 comments

  12. Phillies Down, but Not Out

    Charlie Manuel says his team is resilient. He points out the fact that the team has lost 22 games this season in which they led after the seventh inning. That sounds like the 2008 New York Mets to me...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 105 reads 10 comments

  13. World Series Game Four Preview: This Is for You, Nick Adamo

    For the first time since they were down 2-0 to the Colorado Rockies in the first round of the 2007 playoffs, the Phillies find themselves in a very uncomfortable position...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 112 reads 2 comments

  14. Jets Vs Dolphins: A Must Win For Both Teams?

    Why does it seem to me that every game since the Jets started the season someone in the media or on the team says that the Jets next game is a must win? I don't get it...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 294 reads 3 comments

  15. There's No Place Like Home for the Philadelphia Phillies

    Game Three of the 2009 World series shifts today to the new launching pad in the National League, Citizens Bank Park. It's a bit ironic that the Philadelphia "Mashers" at one point in time had a far better record on the road than they did at home...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about over 4 years ago 93 reads 0 comments

  16. We're Talking "Dogs" Here: Mark Sanchez and the Hot Dog scandal

    Very few foods, or food groups, for that matter, are sacred to the American Way of Life. Unquestionably, the "Hot Dog" is one of those treats that have been associated with sports since the beginning of time...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 375 reads 7 comments

  17. A-Rod Stumbles As Phillies Scorch Yankees In Game One, 6-1

    The boo birds are lying in wake. They are getting ready to let loose a tirade the likes of which have not been seen in a very long time in the Bronx. Last night there were rumblings, signs of things to come...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 245 reads 2 comments

  18. World Series Preview: Trying To Be Objective

    Asked last April who were the last two teams I would like to see in the World Series, anybody and everybody who knows me well enough would have said the Yankees vs. the Phillies...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 122 reads 6 comments

  19. New York Jets vs. Oakland Raiders: Jets Win Big in Bay Area, 38-0

    My long weekend trip to the Bay Area was topped by an outstanding performance on the part of the New York Jets defense, as it completely shut down an already suspect Oakland Raiders offense in front of an almost half empty Oakland-Alameda County Stadium..

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 176 reads 2 comments

  20. The Jets Head To The Left Coast Not To Be Left Out

    In what some media people are saying is that the Jets, after only six regular season games, have reached the crossroads to the 2009 season...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 159 reads 3 comments

  21. Philadelphia Phillies Are One Step Closer to the World Series

    The Phillies continue on their quest Wednesday to be the first National League team to win back-to-back World Series since the Big Red Machine of the Cincinnati Reds in the mid-70's...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 157 reads 9 comments

  22. The Jets Implode Before Our Very Eyes

    While I was getting ready to sit back and watch my two favorite teams The New York Jets, and the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon I was reminding myself why I loved living and following sports in Las Vegas...

    Richard Marsh Written by Richard Marsh about almost 5 years ago 269 reads 9 comments

  23. Dodgers On The Ropes For Game Four

    Trying to recover from last night’s thrashing, the Los Angeles Dodgers try to even the NLCS tonight with former Philadelphia starting pitcher Randy Wolf...

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  24. Philadelphia Phillies-Los Angeles Dodgers NLCS Game Three Preview

    In what might have been a game that could have put the Los Angeles Dodgers back against the wall, this series stands even at one game a piece...

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  25. Bills-Jets Part One at The Meadowlands

    There hasn’t been much talk around Jets land this week about this upcoming game with the Buffalo Bills Sunday. I can think of two reasons for this: One, the last time Jets players opened ...

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