1. TMZ: Video Reportedly Surfaces of Jordan Crawford Dunk on LeBron James

    LeBron James - Video TMZ" title="Jordan Crawford dunk on LeBron James - Video" width="158" height="176" style="margin: 5px;" />While doing a quick check of TMZ for any updates on the Ben Roethlisberger ...

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  2. Golf Betting – Canadian Open Preview and Top Picks

    The Canadian Open is next up on the PGA Tour menu this week, and a lot of golf betting handicappers know that it will have a tough act to follow...

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  3. Specific Details Emerge of Sexual Assault Complaint Against Ben Roethlisberger

    Late last night, Pro Football Talk broke the story that Ben Roethlisberger was being sued by a woman named Andrea McNulty in Nevada for sexual assault...

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  4. LOTD: List of 100 Best Sporting Events to See Live

    Today’s Link of the Day is really a must-view for any die-hard sports fan, and comes courtesy of the president of Premiere Corporate Events Robert Tuchman...

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  5. Milton Bradley Back to Hitting, Cubs Back to Winning? Not So Fast

    The Cubs looked to be getting well after the All Star break. Winning four games in a row was one shy of the season high of five straight games won. Don't get too carried away with the thought of the Cubs having a totally different second half though...

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  6. White Sox-Roy Halladay Trade Discussion: Danks, Ramirez for Halladay?

    Earlier this season, the Chicago White Sox made a strong play to trade for San Diego pitcher Jake Peavy. A deal was reached in principle, before being nixed by the Padres' ace...

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  7. Good News on the South Side: Quentin Activated, Thome Honored

    Quick midday update with some good news from the South Side. First, the much anticipated return of Carlos Quentin is finally here. The White Sox activated Quentin today from the DL and optioned Brian Anderson to AAA Charlotte...

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  8. Firing Dale Tallon Might Backfire on the Blackhawks

    The firing of Dale Tallon was a surprise to me and many, if not all, other Hawks fans alike. How could you fire the man who brought a team from last place to the Western Conference Finals in just 3 years? At first, not many people knew...

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  9. Chicago Cubs: This is Definitely Not “The Year”

    Just when you think the Cubs’ season can’t get any worse, it did. Geovany Soto will now be on the DL due to a left oblique strain he suffered during batting practice Wednesday...

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  10. Update on ViB: It Tastes Damn Good

    A few weeks back I wrote about a new drink, Vacation in a Bottle (ViB), that is positioning itself as an advantageous antithesis to energy drinks like Red Bull and Monster...

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  11. Plenty Of Tasty Appetizers On UFC 100 Menu

    A lot of people who examine UFC fight cards—not the UFC 100 fight card in particular —seem to complain that there is usually one or two big fights worth watching and then there is a slew of just so-so tilts...

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  12. UFC 100: The Lines, the Predictions, the Article

    The Ultimate Fighting Championship will be holding their 100th Pay Per View event this Saturday evening. Less than 10 years ago it looked as if the UFC was a failed experiment, but now things seem to have come full circle...

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  13. MLB Midseason Awards: AL and NL Central Edition

    The calendar has flipped to July, trade rumors have intensified, and teams are preparing to start their final series before the All-Star Break after a getaway day on Thursday...

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  14. Tuesday Morning Links from Around the Blogosphere

    It has been far too long since I’ve shared a little link love, and I’m rectifying that this morning...

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  15. Chicago Bears Wide Receivers Not Given Enough Credit

    More than not I see a lot of comments saying that Jay Cutler has no one to throw to. This really makes me angry. Yes, the Bears don’t have a lights out receiver, but their receivers aren’t that terrible...

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  16. MLB Betting – AL Weekend Rundown

    MLB betting: Jays Try To Keep Up With Streaking Yankees The Toronto Blue Jays will make the trip to New York this weekend for a four-game set. The Jays started off the season guns blazing, but have cooled off since...

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  17. The Trainer's Room: Symptoms, Diagnosis and Treatment for Plantar Fasciitis

    (The Trainer’s Room is a regular column at Midwest Sports Fans by Denver chiropractors Dr. Niall McNally and Dr. Ihsan Erhuy, the pain and rehabilitation experts at the Mountain View Pain Center in Denver, CO...

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  18. 40 Reasons Why The Chicago White Sox Are Going to the Playoffs in 2009

    On Wednesday night the Chicago White Sox did something that they have only done one other time in 2009: complete a sweep...

    Midwest Sports Fans Written by Midwest Sports Fans about 5 years ago 522 reads 4 comments

  19. White Sox 6, Indians 2: Chicago Completes Series Sweep

    White Sox sweep Cleveland Indians" width="544" height="544" style="margin: 10px 55px;" /> Kudos for the lovely art work go to KVB, who was so pumped about the White Sox actually ...

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  20. AT&T National Preview: Betting Odds and Prediction

    If you follow golf betting, you officially know this weekend’s tournament as the AT&T National. Truthfully, though, we know it as “Tiger’s tournament.” Now in its third year at Congressional, it’s hosted by Mr...

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  21. Martin Havlat's Career With Chicago Uncertain as Blackhawks Sign Marian Hossa

    Chicago Blackhawks sign Marian Hossa" width="129" height="121" />The Chicago Blackhawks have one more day to sign either forward Martin Havlat or Nikolai Khabibulin. Free agent signing started today at 11 a...

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  22. Albert Pujols and the List of Other Players I THINK (Hope) Are Clean

    So I just checked traffic to the site so far today. Decent, nothing spectacular, just a normal no-link-from-the-Philadelphia-Inquirer (or, excuse me, tweet from @HHReynolds) day here at MSF...

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  23. Albert Pujols Continues Assault on Record Book with 30th HR of 2009

    Last night in St. Louis, Albert Pujols became the first Major League player to hit at least 30 home runs in each of his first nine seasons. Pujols now has 349 homers for his incredible 21st century career...

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  24. Jay Mariotti and the Sports Blogosphere Continue to be BFFs

    As many of you know, I love Jay Mariotti and I greatly respect his work as a meticulous and humble conduit between sports fans and the sports that he so diligently covers. (waiting…) (waiting…) Are you laughing yet? You should be...

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  25. Chicago Bears' Problems Lie in Defense, Not Offense

    The Chicago Bears' defense, once great, is now old and worn out. They get run over by receivers, and are read like a book by opposing quarterbacks...

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