1. Minnesota Twins Sign All-Star Third Baseman Joe Crede

    The Twins have finally made an offseason move worth talking about. They have signed All-Star third baseman Joe Crede, formerly of the rival Chicago White Sox, to a one year, $2...

    Zeke Fuhrman Written by Zeke Fuhrman about over 5 years ago 285 reads 2 comments

  2. Conan O'Brien Key to Yankees Success

    The storied New York Yankees have had only 13 losing seasons since they became the New York Yankees back in 1913. They have appeared in 39 World Series, winning 26 of them...

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  3. Not Even Brett Favre Can Escape the Madden Curse

    The 2008-09 NFL season didn't begin or end well for Brett Favre. After a first-ballot-hall-of-fame 16-year career as a Green Bay Packer, Favre retired holding every major quarterback record...

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  4. Pittsburgh Pirates Look to Climb Out of NL Central Cellar in 2009

    1992 was a good year for the Pittsburgh Pirates. Barry Bonds won his third MVP, skipper Jim Leyland was voted the NL Manager of the Year, and the Bucs had two All-Star Starters (LF ...

    Zeke Fuhrman Written by Zeke Fuhrman about over 5 years ago 187 reads 4 comments

  5. Mike Tomlin Headlines List Of Former Vikings To Win Championship With Steelers

    This isn't a new topic for Vikings fans. The Minnesota Vikings, who have never won a Super Bowl, are used to seeing their former players attracted to teams with talent to win their rings...

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  6. Top Five Super Bowl Halftime Shows

    From 1967-1990, the Super Bowl halftime shows were relatively low-key, with the headliners usually being college marching bands and drill teams...

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  7. Timberwolves' Al Jefferson Misses All-Star Cut

    I'm used to this. I hate fan-voting for All-Star games even more than I hate the BCS system. Fans vote for their favorite player, regardless of their statistics...

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  8. Minnesota Vikings 2005 Draft: What Went Wrong?

    There is only one word that can describe the 2005 NFL Draft. Dry. With draft busts QB Alex Smith (Pick 1/SF), RB Cedric Benson (Pick 5/CHI), Adam "Pacman" Jones (Pick 6/TEN), Troy Williamson ...

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  9. NFL Playoffs: My Wife, the Betting Champion

    As I wrote last May in my article, "My Fiancee the Sports Fan", I established the fact that my wife hates sports. And now all she does is rub it in my face. Here is the story: As a new husband, I am always trying to get out of housework...

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  10. Why I Was Wrong about Jared Allen

    When people hear the name "Jared Allen" they think of one thing: intimidation. Allen towers at 6'6'', weighs 270 pounds, jumps off the line of scrimmage like a puma, and hits like a truck. And he is fast...

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  11. The True Ironman: Brett Favre Vs. Cal Ripken Jr.

    Over recent years, sports records have been set and broken: Most passing TDs (and receptions) in a season, the single season TD record, the all-time home run record*, most passing TDs in a career, ...

    Zeke Fuhrman Written by Zeke Fuhrman about almost 6 years ago 665 reads 5 comments

  12. At Age 40, Scott Erickson Contemplates Comeback

    A wise man once said, "All good things must come to an end." In recent history, an assorted mix of sports stars must have missed the memo...

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  13. CC Sabathia Deal Not Right for Yankees

    As many people predicted, CC Sabathia is headed back to the American League. From the moment he cleaned out his locker in Milwaukee, fans knew that a bidding war would soon ensue, headlined by the Yankees...

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  14. How Good ARE The Arizona Cardinals?

    After crushing the St. Louis Rams, 34-10, the Arizona Cardinals clinched their first NFC West title since...ever, and their first division title since 1975, when they were the St. Louis Cardinals...

    Zeke Fuhrman Written by Zeke Fuhrman about almost 6 years ago 308 reads 4 comments

  15. Minnesota Twins Look to Resolve Outfield Logjam

    The Minnesota Twins have a problem. They have too many good outfielders. During the second half of the 2008 season, the Twins were one of the best clubs in baseball, thanks in most part to the stellar play of their outfield...

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  16. History Shows the Heisman Means Nothing

    When you win a Heisman Trophy, the Archie Griffin Award, the Walter Camp Award, College Football Player of the Year, the Davey O'Brien Trophy, the Fiesta Bowl MVP, and the AP Player of the Year, you are a good player...

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  17. Lions' Road to 0-16: Who Is to Blame?

    One year after the New England Patriots achieved the first ever 16-0 season, another team is pursing a 16-game mark. Only this time it's in the loss column...

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  18. Here We Go Again: McHale Steps In As Wolves' Coach

    Here we go again. This time, again, blaming his head coach for not winning games, McHale fired ex-Head Coach Randy Wittman after we went 38-105 with the Wolves in the last three seasons...

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  19. Minnesota Set For Kevin Garnett's Return to Target Center

    Back in March, I lived my dream of booing Torii Hunter at the Metrodome without being pummeled by the crowd. Fresh off his seventh consecutive Gold Glove, Hunter rode off to the sunny streets of LA with a five year, $90 million dollar deal...

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  20. Rick Reilly: A Tribute To The Great One

    “Of all the people I’d like to throw through a plate-glass window, Rick wouldn’t be one of them. -Charles Barkley This is how the foreword in Rick Reilly’s ‘The Life of Reilly’ ends...

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  21. Bye Bye Brad Childress

    Last week, the Minnesota Vikings beat the Green Bay Packers 28-27. If you didn't watch the game, you would think that either the Vikings had a great comeback or the Packers didn't quite come close enough...

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  22. Red Hot Lakers Have LA on Fire

    After blazing to a 7-0 start in the competitive Western Conference, the Los Angeles Lakers has set the city ablaze...literally. This morning, wild fires blazed only 23 miles from downtown LA with help from a 90 degree temp and winds as high as 80 mph...

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  23. Jason Giambi: Hot Stove Report

    Ever since his steroid allegations, Jason Giambi hasn't been in the national spotlight. In 2008, he hit a quiet .247 with 32 HRs and 96 RBIs. Giambi played first base/DH for the Yankees since joining the team in 2002...

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  24. Brad Radke: Retired But Not Forgotten

    There are some very ill memories for the Twins between 1993 and 2000. Kirby Puckett's glaucoma, the Chuck Knoblauch divorce, the franchise almost moving to Durham, and never winning more than ...

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  25. Why No One Should Feel Sorry for Boston Anymore

    Oct. 27, 2004. The day the whining from the East Coast should have stopped. The Boston Red Sox had finally won their first championship in 86 years. It was understandable at the time why the world, minus residents of New York, were happy for Boston...

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