1. Is Francisco Cervelli the Catcher of the Future in New York?

    On May 5 of this year, the New York Yankees were hurt badly when they lost starting catcher Jorge Posada to injury. Posada already had five homers and 20 RBI and was looking good as new...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about 5 years ago 515 reads 7 comments

  2. A Few Bright Spots in a Dull Maryland Media

    Four years ago, I moved from New York to Maryland. In New York, you have the biggest sports media in the world. A media sure to make any superstar worry, or reveal anything you are trying to hide...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about 5 years ago 46 reads 5 comments

  3. New York Giants 2009 WRs

    After a successful draft and a busy and eventful offseason it seems the Giants have finally settled in with a receiving core. No doubt these receivers are young and fast and a big change from last year...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about 5 years ago 190 reads 1 comments

  4. Are the Cleveland Browns Asking for Too Much for Edwards?

    As the draft nears closer, the Braylon Edwards to the Giants talks are dying down, much to my displeasure. I have talked about this trade in two other articles and still think it would be a crime for the Giants to decline a trade for Edwards...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 862 reads 14 comments

  5. Scottie Reynolds Declares For NBA

    His last game as a Nova basketball player was not one he would like to remember. But it will be Scottie Reynolds last game as a Nova player as he declared for the NBA draft yesterday...

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  6. How Will the New York Giants Address the WR Situation?

    As New York Giants management, players, fans, and Mel Kiper all get ready to see what will happen on draft day, it has become a well known fact that the Giants are most likely to trade their first round pick for a wide receiver...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 1,962 reads 16 comments

  7. Umpires: Playing on the Other Side of the Plate

    We've all been there. We sit at home, in a bar, or at the sporting event and scream our brains out at the calls our officials make. "Come on ref." "That was pass interference." "He was safe at first...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 39 reads 0 comments

  8. Nick Adenhart: My Athlete for the week of April 5 to April 12

    I am here today to start what I will keep up as a series of articles. So I present to you the athlete of the week for the week of April 5th. Nick Adenhart We all know the tragedy by now...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 79 reads 1 comments

  9. Los Angeles Angels' Starting Pitcher Nick Adenhart Killed in Car Crash

    The baseball world was shocked today when they heard that young Los Angeles Angels starter Nick Adenhart was killed in a car crash...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 55 reads 0 comments

  10. Is CC Sabathia's First Game a Sign Of Things to Come?

    New Yankees starting pitcher CC Sabathia was chosen to start both the season opener and the home opener at the new billion dollar Yankee Stadium. Yesterday on Opening Day Sabathia was slated to pitch against AL East foes the Baltimore Orioles...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 105 reads 2 comments

  11. What Happened to Wrestlemania?

    I am not the first to write a B/R article about the uproar WWE caused with this most recent stunt, totally destroying Wrestlemania...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 593 reads 9 comments

  12. Will C.C. Sabathia Deliver on Opening Day?

    It's finally here. The start of another Yankees season is here, and to start it all off, new pitcher C.C. Sabathia will be pitching against fellow division foes, the Baltimore Orioles...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 88 reads 6 comments

  13. Memo to Giants Managment: Trade for Braylon Edwards

    After learning that our top receiver, Plaxico Burress, has been cut it is time to move on for another player to fill his role. And the gap Plaxico Burress will leave in this offense is big, no doubt and it will be hard for any player to fill...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 1,146 reads 19 comments

  14. All Good Things Must Come to an End: Villanova Falls to UNC

    As the title says all good things have to come to an end. Unfortunately last night we saw the underdog Final Four team's amazing run come to an end, as well as the college careers of Dante Cunningham, ...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 174 reads 0 comments

  15. An Interview With Plaxico Burress (Humor)

    After being cut by the New York Giants earlier today I knew I had to catch Plaxico Burress and get an exclusive B/R interview with him. And I was lucky enough not to miss him like a pass to Braylon Edwards...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 178 reads 2 comments

  16. True Underdogs: Five Things Villanova Must Do To Beat UNC

    On Saturday, the Villanova Wildcats will be in their first NCAA Final Four since the 1985 championship run. But, coming in as the underdogs once again, it seems this time that no one thinks they can win...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 115 reads 0 comments

  17. Plaxico Burress No Longer a Giant

    After long speculation, it is official. Plaxico Burress will not play for the New York Giants again. It is being reported on ESPN that the New York Giants have released the troubled receiver just three years after he started with them...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  18. Eli Manning: Playing in the Shadows of Greatness

    Manning—one of the most well-known names in the NFL. Every time we turn on the TV, we see the older Manning, Peyton, in his latest commercial...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 604 reads 55 comments

  19. The Lone Villanova Championship, 25 Years Later

    Almost 25 years ago, college basketball saw one of the greatest upsets of all time. The Villanova Wildcats stormed through the NCAA Tournament as an eight seed and ended up winning the whole tournament...

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  20. Alex Rodriguez Traded to The Yankees: Would I Still Do It Today?

    In 2004, the New York Yankees were coming off a heart-breaking World Series loss to the Florida Marlins. One man in particular got them to that spot in the World Series...

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  21. Keys to Success: What Has Gotten Villanova This Far?

    Outside of Villanova fans and possibly some other Big East fans, not many people knew much about Villanova's team. Then college basketball fans tuned into the Big East Tournament to see Villanova's run...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 97 reads 0 comments

  22. Ain't It Sweet? Villanova Dancing It's Way to The Sweet 16 Beating By UCLA

    There were two significant figures in Villanova history in attendance at today's game. The 1971 Villanova Wildcats who lost the NCAA Championship to UCLA and Rollie Massimino, the coach who ...

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  23. Villanova vs. UCLA: NCAA Tournament Second Round Breakdown

    After surviving a scare in the first round, Villanova is back on one day's rest and ready to play UCLA in what is sure to be a good game...

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  24. Villanova Avoids Near Upset From American To Keep Hoop Dreams Alive

    If you were not tuned into the American vs. Villanova game last night, then you missed one heck of a game. The final score doesn't show how close it was...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 88 reads 0 comments

  25. Villanova-American: NCAA Tournament First Round Breakdown

    Well it is about time. The NCAA Tournament is here. Unlike other fans I did not have to wait thinking whether my team was going to make it or not because we knew Villanova was going to make it as a high seed...

    Steve Chott Written by Steve Chott about over 5 years ago 497 reads 0 comments