1. MLB: A Review of the 2012 Season's First Half and Midseason Awards

    This past offseason for Major League Baseball provided a lot of excitement and much anticipation. Big name players such as Albert Pujols, Jose Reyes and Prince Fielder left their respected ball clubs for greener pastures—or greener contracts...

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  2. MLB: Are No-Hitters Becoming an Overrated Milestone Achievement?

    As listed on my writer profile, the most memorable game I have ever attended in my life thus far was at Comerica Park in Detroit in June of 2007. The Milwaukee Brewers were in town to take on the Detroit Tigers in an interleague game...

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  3. NBA Finals: 7 Predictions for the OKC-Miami Series

    In a shortened NBA year due to the a lockout that cut 16 games from each team's season, the NBA and its fans wound up getting exactly what they wanted...

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  4. MLB: Troublesome Start for the Detroit Tigers Reminiscent to 2008 Campaign

    When the Detroit Tiger's 2011 season came to a screeching halt at the hands of the Texas Rangers in the ALCS this past October, it left many fans obviously disappointed, but also optimistic...

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  5. Olympics: Paying NBA Players Other Than with Gold Offers No Silver Lining

    Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat helped make headlines this week when he had agreed with Boston Celtic's guard Ray Allen on the notion that NBA players should be paid to partake in the Olympic Games...

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  6. MLB Under the Microscope: Classifying Each Major League Team

    With the start of the baseball season already underway, here's a divisional breakdown of what teams will be in the race for the pennant, the teams that will come up just short, the ...

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  7. NCAA Tournament: Four Predictions Regarding the Final Four

    Walking down Bourbon Street or anywhere near the French Quarter, one might think the Presidential Debates are taking place in New Orleans this weekend...

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  8. Golf: Tiger Woods' Win a Major Win for the Sport of Golf as Well

    On Sunday March 25th, Tiger Woods did something he hadn't done in 923 days—he won. For the seventh time in his 16-year career, Tiger won the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill, earning his first PGA Tour win since 2009...

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  9. NCAA Tournament: 8 Teams That Will Be One Game Closer to Cutting Down the Nets

    And then there were sixteen. The NCAA Tournament resumes again tonight and tomorrow with eight can't miss Sweet Sixteen matchups...

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