1. Kevin Youkilis a Good Signing for the New York Yankees

    The New York Yankees reportedly have signed third baseman Kevin Youkilis to a one-year deal worth $12 million pending his physical, according to Fox Sports insider Ken Rosenthal ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 781 reads 2 comments

  2. The Most Memorable MLB Moments from 2012

    As 2012 itself draws to a close, it is time to look back at some of the great and amazing moments this year in Major League Baseball...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 6,494 reads 64 comments

  3. Biggest Winners and Losers of Zack Greinke's Huge Los Angeles Dodgers Contract

    The Los Angeles Dodgers , as expected by many, landed the biggest starting pitching name on the free-agent market by signing Zack Greinke to a reported six-year deal worth $147 million (via ESPN)...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 31,174 reads 200 comments

  4. Is the Glass Half Full or Half Empty for Adam Scott?

    At 32, Adam Scott is at the crossroads of his career. A very good golfer, Scott has yet to cross over into the realm of great golfer and—if he seriously wants to be known ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,002 reads 2 comments

  5. Shane Victorino: Boston Red Sox Get More Questions Than Answers with His Signing

    After shedding millions of dollars in bad contracts last season, the Boston Red Sox Tuesday surprised a lot of people by signing Shane Victorino to a three-year contract for a reported total of $38 million (via Boston...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,671 reads 59 comments

  6. Alex Rodriguez: What His Second Hip Surgery Will Mean for His Career

    New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez will undergo surgery after the first of the new year on his left hip, according to CBS Sports Insider Jon Heyman ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 2,210 reads 8 comments

  7. Josh Hamilton: What Will His Contract Look Like in 2013 and Beyond?

    In the end, Josh Hamilton is going to be a very rich player. What he ends up with for a deal, however, will be studied by front offices in Major League Baseball until well after his coming deal has been completely paid off...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,664 reads 0 comments

  8. Mike Trout and Bryce Harper: Sophomore Slump or Hall of Fame Bound?

    It is very rare in baseball to see two game-changing players debut in the same year like we did in 2012 with Mike Trout and Bryce Harper ; the last occurrence being in 2001 with Albert Pujols and Ichiro...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 591 reads 37 comments

  9. Predicting the Good, Bad and Ugly of the MLB Offseason

    Now that we have reached the winter meetings part of the offseason Major League Baseball calendar, it is time to break out the crystal ball and try and gaze ahead to next March and the start of the 2013 season...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 5,382 reads 37 comments

  10. MLB Trade Rumors: Playing Fact or Fiction with All the Hottest Rumors

    With the 2012 Major League Baseball Winter Meetings set to take place next week in Nashville, we should see some pretty good movement by teams interested in signing coveted free agents or from teams looking to trade their way into contention...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 14,138 reads 55 comments

  11. Why B.J. Upton Doesn't at All Deserve His New Atlanta Braves Contract

    The Atlanta Braves signed former Tampa Bay Rays center fielder B.J. Upton to a five-year deal reportedly worth $75,250,000 Wednesday night, according to USA Today's Bob Nightengale ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 439 reads 61 comments

  12. Why the Anchor Putting Ban Will Hurt Casual Golfers More Than Pros

    The United States Golf Association and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrews formally proposed Wednesday to ban anchor putting starting January 1, 2016...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 261 reads 9 comments

  13. Is Luke Donald Destined to Be This Generation's Colin Montgomerie?

    It may not seem fair at first to compare Colin Montgomerie to Luke Donald , as the younger Donald is hitting the prime of his career, but they already share some striking similarities...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 476 reads 1 comments

  14. Evan Longoria's Extension by Tampa Bay Rays the Right Call

    The Tampa Bay Rays announced Monday they have locked up Evan Longoria —their face of the franchise—through at least the 2022 season by extending his current deal an additional five years...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 342 reads 12 comments

  15. Ranking the 10 Men's Golfers You Need to Follow on Twitter

    You might think that the PGA Tour is old-school with stodgy personalities and a general lack of comfort in social media skills, but you would be wrong...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,880 reads 0 comments

  16. 10 Things Baseball Fans Should Be Thankful For This Thanksgiving

    2012 was a very good year for Major League Baseball. From the tremendous rookie seasons of Mike Trout and Bryce Harper to the San Francisco Giants winning their second world championship ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,784 reads 38 comments

  17. Power Ranking the Best Rookies on the PGA Tour

    One of the toughest things to do during a golfer’s rookie season on the PGA Tour is be successful. Yet in 2012, four rookies won, and one golfer was able to play himself into the TOUR Championship...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 8,472 reads 0 comments

  18. Why Melky Cabrera Can Put PED Past Behind Him and Star with Blue Jays

    The news of Melky Cabrera signing a two-year deal with the Toronto Blue Jays Friday—broken by ESPN Deportes ’ Enrique Rojas —for $16 million should be seen as a relief for Cabrera and his fans...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 224 reads 9 comments

  19. 2012 AL MVP: The MVP Voters Got It Right Taking Cabrera over Trout

    The sudden shock and anger among sabermetric gurus over Los Angeles Angels sensation Mike Trout being snubbed for the 2012 American League Most Valuable Player Award to Detroit Tiger Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera is not a surprise...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 3,432 reads 55 comments

  20. Power Ranking the Best Non-Majors on the PGA Tour

    We all know about golf’s big four tournaments—the majors. What about the other 36 weeks of the year? Where do the other tournaments rank behind the Masters, U.S...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,043 reads 0 comments

  21. Why Jeffrey Loria's 2012 Fire Sale Is the Lowest Moment in Miami Marlins History

    In one of the more amazing trades in modern Major League Baseball history, the Miami Marlins sent starting pitchers Josh Johnson and Mark Buehrle along with shortstop Jose ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 3,019 reads 52 comments

  22. Over or Underachieved: How All 30 MLB Teams Fared in 2012

    The 2012 Major League Baseball season has now become a part of history. After the San Francisco Giants claimed their second championship in three seasons, it is time to take one final look at all 30 MLB teams and their performances...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,184 reads 27 comments

  23. The 12 Most Overvalued and Undervalued MLB Free Agents

    On paper, the free agent class of 2013 for Major League Baseball would really not be considered by most experts as a bumper crop...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 1,995 reads 8 comments

  24. PGA Tour: Should a New 5th Major Be a Match-Play Event?

    Match play has long been part of the fabric of golf. From a local foursome on a Sunday afternoon to the Ryder Cup, scoring golf by who wins an individual hole is as ancient and revered as the game itself...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 516 reads 10 comments

  25. Power Ranking the Last 25 World Series Champions

    Sunday night, the San Francisco Giants became a permanent part of the history books when they swept the Detroit Tigers to win the 2012 World Series ...

    Ron Juckett Written by Ron Juckett about 2 years ago 4,792 reads 11 comments