1. An Open Letter to Major League Baseball Fans

    Performance-enhancing drugs have, in a sense, destroyed the game of baseball forever. Gone are the days when a player could play 2,632 consecutive games and go unquestioned...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about almost 3 years ago 183 reads 0 comments

  2. April in Review: What It Means for the Remainder of the Season in San Diego

    If one could discern anything from the first month of the season for the San Diego Padres , it would be that they have a long season ahead of them. They finished April with a record of 7-17, the worst in the National League...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about over 3 years ago 1,240 reads 3 comments

  3. Spring Training San Diego Padres: Who Tore Up Peoria?

    The San Diego Padres will break camp in a few days, and leave their temporary home of Peoria, Arizona , for their permanent home in America's Finest City. The 2012 season for San Diego looms large with doubt and expectations...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about over 3 years ago 1,668 reads 0 comments

  4. UCLA Bruins Basketball and Their Next Destination: The Sweet 16

    Much like Notre Dame football, UCLA basketball is as storied a tradition one can find in college sports. Eleven national championship banners hang from the rafters in Pauley Pavilion...

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  5. San Diego Padres: 7 Reasons They Will Win the NL West in 2012

    At the beginning of every season, the standings are fresh and the teams are ready. Every team has a chance to win—except maybe the Orioles —and the teams that capitalize on opportunities are the teams ahead in the standings by years' end...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about over 3 years ago 2,435 reads 8 comments

  6. UCLA Football Hopes to Shift Gears Against Arizona State

    When Rick Neuheisel took the head coaching job at UCLA, he took in a program in dire need of a jump start. What was once a storied football team had diminished into an underachieving and lackluster group that never saw January...

    Alex Scarr Written by Alex Scarr about almost 4 years ago 404 reads 2 comments