1. The Difference between Andy LaRoche and Nyjer Morgan

    If you're unaware at this point in the season, the Pirates have gotten off to a hot start, then sputtered, and are playing at around .500 ball right now...

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  2. Pacers-Bucks: Why I Love Indiana

    I love being a Hoosier. I don't know if anyone else has done this, but if you think of 10 words that describe you, that sum you up, Hoosier will be in my list every time. If you haven't tried that, I suggest it, it's actually kind of fun and challenging

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  3. Jackie Robinson Day: More Than A Publicity Stunt

    Today is an important day for baseball, but also for American history. Today is the day that Jackie Robinson stepped onto a Major League Baseball diamond to play second base for the Brooklyn Dodgers...

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  4. What the Hell is Going On?

    Alright, this season has started out in an odd manner. The deaths, the large amount of surprise teams, the Citi Field opening (which was just bizarre) and now we have a repeat of something that happened in 2007...

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  5. Superstition Rings True: Baseball Loses Three In a Week

    I'm not a superstitious man, really I'm not. The only thing I'm superstitious about is baseball, and to a lesser extent, about my favorite sports teams...

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  6. Harry Kalas Passes Away At 73.

    Sad news for sports broadcasting today, as Harry Kalas, best known as the voice of NFL Films, has passed away today at 73 years old...

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  7. Indianapolis Indians Opener: The Horror...The Horror!!!

    Yesterday, we went to the Indianapolis Indians season opener. It was great fun, until they started getting blown out. Then we made our own fun. More on that later...

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  8. Memo to Indianapolis Indians: We Want Captain Jack

    So tonight while the four of us were attending our beloved Indianapolis Indians' opening game, we decided that one thing was missing—Captain Jack...

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  9. Two Tampa Bay Rays' Bullpen Links

    These are two links I have found recently having to do with the Rays that I enjoy. Even if you're not a Rays' fan, but like baseball, you'll at least find them worth reading. The first is from MLB...

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  10. Mets Walk Tightrope To Victory

    Bottom of 1st: 4 runs, 3 hits, 3 walks, 44 pitches thrown. Ah, Big Pelf. After the first inning, I'd already written the game off and decided that the bullpen was probably going to be involved in the majority of the innings pitched...

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  11. New York Mets: Early Returns

    Fred Wilpon has made bad investments in the past. Lots of them. But at least today, on April 6, 2009, it doesn't appear that the Mets' new bullpen will end up on that list...

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  12. Michigan State-North Carolina: Spartans' Chance at Revenge

    Dec. 3, 2008. 98-63. That date and those numbers have stuck out in Michigan State's mind all season long. The Spartans received this butt-kicking at the hands of the North Carolina Tar Heels, their opponent in Monday night's national championship game...

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  13. The Only Ones That Matter: Nate's MLB Season Predictions

    Alright, now that you've all had the appetisers from my co-bloggers about who they think will do what this MLB season, it's time for the main course.I should warn you: this preview will be much longer than those posted by my cohorts...

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  14. Peter's 2009 MLB Predictions

    Alright! It's prediction time! Get hyphy! The MLB returns Sunday and I cannot be more excited about it. Last year was bizarre for me as I watched my favorite team go from a laughing stock equal with the Expos to the World Series...

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  15. Broncos Finally Pony Up, Trade Cutler

    Well, it finally happened. The Broncos pulled the trigger on a deal for Jay Cutler. Maybe now we can finally hear sports news about someone else...

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  16. My MLB Predictions

    Now, as I've stated before I'm not really up on MLB. I'm going to try to do better this season, and that's a promise...

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  17. MLB Opening Day Predictions

    And so it starts. Opening Day is about a week away, and I couldn't possibly be happier. Just around the corner is baseball, warm weather, and not school. If you're reading this blog, you're probably looking forward to the season starting as much as I am..

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  18. Somebody Needs to Say It: the NHL Is More Physical Than the NFL

    Of the four major American sports, hockey is easily the least popular. Canadians and certain regions of America take it seriously, but for the most part Americans either don't watch hockey at all or only watch it between the NFL and MLB seasons...

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  19. Michigan State Defends the Honor of the Big Ten

    Well, Sparty is smiling in East Lansing this afternoon. The Michigan State Spartans have downed the number 1 overall seed Louisville in the NCAA tournament, 64-52...

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  20. The Evolution of Brandon Rush

    Well, I haven't talked about my beloved Pacers in a while, so I'd like to take some time today to talk about one Pacer in particular, Brandon Rush.Rush has had an up-and-down season but has recently turned the corner and is now starting...

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  21. Jayson Stark: Not A Pittsburgh Historian

    Pedro Alvarez is perhaps one of the best prospects in baseball.Undeniably, he is the single most important prospect for the future of the Pittsburgh Pirates...

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  22. Random, Scattered Baseball-Related Thoughts

    So, there have been some baseball-related things on my mind as of late and some new happenings that I just don't understand. So let's get started. Fish Get a New Tank We'll begin with the Florida, soon-to-be-Miami, Marlins...

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  23. NCAA Tournament: The Snooze 16

    Well, it looks like the second, third, and fourth days brought little to no excitement for us.In two of the regions, all top four seeds advanced to the third round. In another, Purdue, the five seed, advanced in place of the four seed, Washington...

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  24. WBC Final: Korea vs. Japan Live Blog Notice

    Thanks to everyone who came to this site and joined us in the live blog. Tonight, we will conduct another live blog for those who desire it. The final between Korea and Japan will begin at 9 p...

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  25. WBC Semifinal: USA v. Japan Live Blog Notice

    Just to let everyone know, we're going to be doing a live blog of tonight's World Baseball Classic match up between the United States and Japan. The game begins at 8:00 eastern and we'll begin our coverage at 7:30...

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