1. Giants' Joe Martinez Takes a Hard Line Drive Off Face

    Mike Cameron of the Milwaukee Brewers hits a line drive right off of San Fransisco Giants Joe Martinez. Watch his knee’s buckle after that hell of a shot. He quickly stands up like a champ, but only to sit back down...

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  2. Jon Lester Allows Five Runs in Five Innings for Red Sox

    Following the New York Yankees' opening day loss to the Orioles, the Yankee squad heard about it. Highly touted starter CC Sabathia giving up six runs in his Yankee debut and Mark Teixeira ...

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  3. Lance Armstrong: Seven-Time Tour De Fraud Winner?

    Did Lance Armstrong legitimately win seven Tour de Frances, or is he just another fraud? France’s anti-doping agency, AFLD, accused Lance Armstrong of violating its rules today, claiming that Armstrong didn’t fully cooperate with a drug tester

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  4. Did Manny Ramirez Use Steroids?

    It’s been a while since we’ve heard from Jose Canseco, so it should come as no surprise that he is again in the news running his mouth. Who’s the victim this time? Manny Ramirez...

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  5. Oakland Athletics 2009 Season Preview

    Oakland Athletics 2008 ReviewThe Athletics struggled through their 2008 campaign for two main reasons; the first being the least productive lineup in all of baseball, the second being a slew ...

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  6. New York Yankees Stumble In Opener, Boston Red Sox Fans Rejoice

    Shelling out the big bucks doesn’t necessarily equate to success. The New York Yankees continue to dish out top-dollar and have yet to see positive results...

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  7. The Real Yankees Season Preview

    Earlier this year, Bareknucks featured a Yankees season preview article. Maybe we should have just held off on that for a while, because I think Monday’s game against lowly Baltimore may encompass what the Yankees are going to be all about in 2009..

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  8. Texas Rangers 2009 Season Preview

    Texas Rangers 2008 Review: What did the Texas Rangers lineup and pitching staff have in common in 2008? Both were able to figure out how to light up the scoreboard...

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  9. Florida Marlins 2009 Season Preview

    Florida Marlins 2008 Review: The 2008 Florida Marlins were somewhat of a surprise finishing 84-77, which was good enough for third place in the NL East...

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  10. Yankees Fans Beware, Derek Jeter Is a Liability

    Derek Jeter has been widely considered as the face of the New York Yankee franchise over the course of the past decade, and there’s no arguing the importance of the intangibles that he brings to the field every day...

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  11. Atlanta Braves 2009 Season Preview

    2008 Review The Atlanta Braves finished the 2008 season with a record of 72-90, good enough for fourth place in a competitive NL East and 20 games behind the division champion Phillies. 2008 can certainly be looked upon as a rebuilding year for the Braves

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  12. Kevin Durant vs Greg Oden: Debate Clearly Becoming One Sided

    Lets revisit the hype surrounding the 2007 NBA Draft. There was one question on everyone’s mind, which player should go first Greg Oden or Kevin Durant? As each day passed and the draft ...

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  13. Andrew Bynum Loves Playmates

    If you have yet to see it, Andrew Bynum, the former starting center for the Lakers who went down with a torn MCL around six weeks ago, was hanging out at the Playboy Mansion last weekend...

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  14. Jay Cutler to Chicago Bears, a Trade That Really Doesn't Help Anyone

    Well Chicago, you got your QB that you were looking for. The Chicago Bears gave up their first round picks in both 2009 and 2010. They did however, receive the Broncos third round pick this season...

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  15. The Detroit Lions Clearly Have Their Priorities Straight: New Uniforms WTF?

    In case you have not yet heard, there have been rumors regarding the Detroit Lions and a possible uniform/logo change. Like a high school girl's softball team, they seem to be more intent on looking good rather than playing good...

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  16. UNC's Tyler Hansbrough: Psycho T or Psycho Hype?

    Since I know there is a huge UNC fan base around the country, let me begin this article by saying that Tyler Hansbrough is a great COLLEGE basketball player...

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  17. John Calipari Considering Kentucky Job, Memphis Fans Begin the Calipari Bashing

    John Calipari and the University of Kentucky are inching closer to a multi-year deal, reportedly for eight years and $35 million. I hate to break the news to Kentucky, but John Calipari is not the key to putting Kentucky basketball back on the map...

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  18. Washington Nationals 2009 Season Preview

    Washington Nationals 2009 Preview The biggest signing during the 2008 offseason was Adam Dunn. Dunn had been phenomenal throughout the World Baseball Classic, but will he provide enough ...

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  19. Mike Tyson Documentary to Come Soon, Your Unborn Children Beware

    Whether you’re a fan of Mike Tyson or not, get ready to be entertained. How can you not want to watch this documentary? Mike Tyson is one of the most ridiculous characters of our era...

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  20. Cincinnati Reds 2009 Season Preview

    Cincinnati Reds 2009 Preview During the off-season, the Reds picked up outfielders Willy Tavares, Jacque Jones and Jonny Gomes via free agency. This should help add depth to what was an average area of the 2008 team...

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  21. Pittsburgh Pirates 2009 Season Preview

    Pittsburgh Pirates 2009 Preview After losing Xavier Nady, Jason Bay and Doug Mienkiewicz, the Pirates failed to add any depth to their club in the 2008 off-season...

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  22. Memphis Tigers Walk into Phoenix As Tigers, Leave As Pussycats

    Two Tigers entered the University of Phoenix stadium last night. One of them left a Tiger, and the other a pussycat. Not enough talent? Nope. Poor officiating? Negative...

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  23. Wildcats-Blue Devils: Duke Embarrassing in Blowout Loss

    It feels good to say it again: Duke sucks. Villanova came to play Thursday night, giving Duke an embarrassing defeat, 77-54. This game wasn’t really even close...

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  24. Houston Astros 2009 Season Preview

    Houston Astros 2008 Review: The 2008 Houston Astros finished the regular season 86-75, 11 games back of the eventual NL Central Champion Chicago Cubs...

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  25. With New Rule Changes, NFL Continues to Get Marshmallow Soft

    Worried about the well-being of players, NFL franchise owners passed four player safety rules on Tuesday. Effective this season, no more than two players will be able to form a "wedge" when returning a kickoff...

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