1. Scouting the Highest-Upside Dodger Pitching Prospects at Spring Training

    With pitchers and catchers having reported to camp, it’s time to take a look at the Dodgers’ pitching prospects with the highest potential...

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  2. Most Exciting Dodgers Prospects to Look out for in Spring Training

    The Los Angeles Dodgers head into spring training with a chance to see several of their prospects earn big league roster spots...

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  3. Dodgers Players Most Likely to Get Traded at the Deadline If L.A. Struggles

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have high aspirations this year. For many fans, it’s World Series or bust. That being said, it wouldn't be totally shocking if they struggled out of the gate, given that their team is full of overpriced salary dumps...

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  4. Los Angeles Dodgers Scouting Report: Pitchers and Catchers

    The Los Angeles Dodgers pitchers and catchers report to camp on February 12—just two weeks from today...

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  5. Previewing Key Los Angeles Dodgers Position Battles in Spring Training

    Despite (or perhaps because of) committing $217 million to its roster for the 2013 season, the Los Angeles Dodgers still have a couple of position battles that spring training performances will help decide...

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  6. Power Ranking Each Month of the Los Angeles Dodgers' 2013 Schedule by Difficulty

    The Los Angeles Dodgers fancy themselves World Series contenders. After winning 86 games last season and then adding pieces such as SP Zack Greinke, they have justifiably high expectations...

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  7. 3 Encouraging Signs for the Los Angeles Lakers

    The Los Angeles Lakers’ early-season struggles have been well-documented. Mike Brown was fired after just five games for attempting to implement a form of the Princeton offense, ...

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  8. NCAA: What's Wrong with Major College Sports?

    Americans love tradition. Every year on holidays and special occasions, we do the same things as the year before. On Thanksgiving, we watch the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions every year, even when they are terrible...

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  9. Why the Los Angeles Dodgers' Free Spending Is Worrying

    The Los Angeles Dodgers have been a hot topic this offseason because their new ownership has shown that they have no budgetary restrictions...

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  10. Looking Back at Reggie Bush, Mario Williams, and the 2006 NFL Draft

    When Matt Leinart decided to return to USC for a chance at a national title in 2005, he turned down the opportunity to be the first overall draft pick. When Reggie Bush won the Heisman Trophy that same year, he was seen as a shoo-in for that spot...

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  11. 'The Wire' and Sports: How Tension Among Superstars Plays Itself out

    Over the last several years, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s dynamic duo of Russell Westbrook and Kevin Durant has endured its fair share of criticism...

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  12. PEDs: What Effect Do Steroids Have on MLB Athletes?

    On Wednesday, the Associated Press reported Oakland Athletics starting pitcher Bartolo Colon was suspended 50 games for testing positive for elevated levels of testosterone (h/t ABC News)...

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  13. Euro 2012: What's Next for Spain?

    Ian Darke mentioned it as the clock was winding down on Spain’s European Championship victory: will the Spaniards be able to make it four major tournament titles in a row? ...

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  14. Portugal: Why It Doesn't Matter That Ronaldo Didn't Take a Penalty Versus Spain

    On Wednesday afternoon, defending Euro and World Cup champions Spain got through to the final after winning a penalty shootout against Portugal...

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  15. Portugal: 4 Reasons Ronaldo's Team Has Stood out at Euro

    Through the quarterfinals of the 2012 European Championship, Portugal have exceeded expectations. They weren’t expected to get out of the Group of Death, but an impressive performance against the Dutch allowed them to do so...

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  16. Euro 2012: 5 Lessons Learned Through the Quarterfinals

    The 2012 European Championships head into Wednesday's and Thursday’s semifinals with Spain meeting Portugal and Germany meeting Italy...

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  17. Portugal: 5 Reasons They're More Than a Ronaldo-Led One-Man Team

    Portugal have advanced to the quarterfinals of UEFA Euro 2012 , finishing second in Group B behind Germany. Based on reputation, it has to be tempting to say that Cristiano Ronaldo has carried this team on his back...

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  18. England: What Should Roy Hodgson Do When Wayne Rooney Returns?

    England goes into the final game of Group D tied at the top with France. If the Three Lions can manage a draw with host Ukraine, they will be through to the knockout stage. Helping England reach that goal will be star forward Wayne Rooney ...

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  19. Euro 2012: What the Dutch Have to Do to Progress out of Group B

    In their first two matches against the Germans and Danes, the Dutch have looked terrible at the back and inefficient in the front. But they are very much still in the race to advance out of Group B...

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  20. Portugal: Why Ronaldo's Team Are Still Contenders Despite Germany Loss

    After losing to Germany, Portugal sit tied with the Netherlands at the bottom of Group B. But with two games remaining in the group stages, the Portuguese have much to look forward to...

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  21. Euro 2012: What Denmark's Win Against Netherlands Means for Group B

    With Denmark’s win over the Netherlands, Group B’s standings have been turned upside down. Denmark was expected to be the group minnow, while the Dutch were one of the tournament favorites...

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  22. Euro 2012: Does Denmark Have a Chance in the Group of Death?

    With Portugal, the Netherlands, Germany, and Denmark, Group B is the “Group of Death” in the 2012 European Championships...

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  23. Chicago Cubs: Why They Should Trade Matt Garza Now

    During the offseason, the Chicago Cubs hired Theo Epstein as their president of baseball operations. Epstein made his mark with the Boston Red Sox as the architect of the 2004 ...

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  24. Los Angeles Lakers: Who Could Be Gone Next Season?

    The Los Angeles Lakers were eliminated from the playoffs by the Oklahoma City Thunder last night. The Lakers have reached a point where roster upheaval is clearly necessary...

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  25. Albert Pujols: Can We Learn from Andruw Jones' Career Path?

    Extensive studies have been done that indicate that a baseball player’s prime is his age-27 season. In the succeeding years, players use their experience to compensate for their continuing decline in athleticism...

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