1. MLB: Cole Hamels Suspended 5 Games After Intentionally Hitting Bryce Harper

    Just days after intentionally plunking Major League Baseball's prodigious prospect, Bryce Harper, Cole Hamels was handed a five-game suspension from the MLB front office. In a postgame interview, Hamels said (via ESPN) , "I was trying to hit him...

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  2. MLB: Top 10 Starting Pitchers of the Last 50 Years

    Pitching is one of the most important facets of the game of baseball. You can have a first-class offense but if you want to win, you need good pitching. Over the last 50 years, Major League Baseball has seen some extraordinary and prodigious pitchers...

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  3. Jered Weaver No-Hits the Minnesota Twins for Second No-No of the Year

    Just weeks after Phil Humber threw nine perfect innings against the Seattle Mariners on April 21st, Los Angeles Angels pitcher Jered Weaver managed to get his name in the history books as well...

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  4. Junior Seau Dead at 43: A Look at His Prestigious NFL Career

    Hall of Fame bound and 12-time Pro Bowl Linebacker, Junior Seau was found dead Wednesday in his home after suffering a gunshot wound to the chest...

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  5. Updated 2012 NLF Mock Draft: Could Robert Griffin III Go Number One?

    Although the first two picks of the 2012 NFL Draft are no mystery to the football world, the rest of the draft is. Questions still remain on where players like Trent Richardson and Justin Blackmon will be drafted...

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  6. NFL Draft: The First Overall Picks from the Past 12 Years

    The NFL draft is one of the most anticipated events in all of sports. Every fan becomes eager to find out which players will be picked to join their team for the upcoming season...

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  7. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: How Trent Richardson Could Fall out of the Top 5

    The 2012 NFL Draft is only days away and this year's draft contains some of the most impressive talent the NFL has seen in years...

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  8. 2012 NFL Mock Draft: How Trent Richardson Could Fall out of the Top 5

    The 2012 NFL Draft is only days away, and this year's draft contains some of the most impressive talent the NFL has seen in years...

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  9. Jacoby Ellsbury Injury: What's Next for Ellsbury and the Boston Red Sox?

    Jacoby Ellsbury seemed to fall victim to a freak Friday the 13th accident yesterday afternoon. Ellsbury was at first base, and Dustin Pedroia was at the plate...

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  10. MLB: 10 Amazing Records That Have Occurred Throughout MLB History

    Major League Baseball has been in existence for 143 years, and during that span, the world has seen some incredible and sometimes odd accomplishments...

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  11. NBA Playoffs: 3 Teams Most Likely to Produce the Next NBA 3-Peat

    Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant are arguably two of the most accomplished and renowned basketball players to ever step foot on an NBA court...

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  12. NCAA Tournament 2012: Cinderella and Sleeper Teams for March Madness

    It's finally here. Not only does the NCAA tournament begin on Tuesday, but so do the bracket pools. In order to win your pool, you need to have the best bracket and in order to have ...

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  13. Cincinnati Reds: 5 Bold Predictions for the 2012 Season

    The Cincinnati Reds had a dissatisfying season in 2011, after failing to earn a playoff bid. During the offseason, the Reds added plenty of new talent in hopes of fulfilling their aspirations of returning to the playoffs in 2012...

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  14. Braun Is Back: Projected Outcomes of the NL Central in 2012

    The St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers ended the MLB season with a bang in 2011. The Brewers won the division while the Cardinals went on to win the World Series. Things have changed since then...

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