1. St. Louis Cardinals 2009 Season Preview

    St. Louis Cardinals 2009 Preview: The Cardinals lost Braden Looper, Jason Isringhausen, Cesar Izturis, Felipe Lopez and Aaron Miles during the offseason, and picked up SS Khalil Greene...

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  2. Tebow's Speech Inscribed on Wall: I Just Puked in My Mouth

    Seriously, I regurgitated a little bit in my mouth when I saw this on the news. Tim Tebow’s infamous speech following the Gators' loss to Ole Miss was nauseating enough having seen it uninterruptedly on ESPN for a week straight...

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  3. Chicago Cubs 2009 Season Preview: Favorites To Win The NL Central

    The Chicago Cubs head into 2009 with a bad taste in their mouths following an epic collapse in the 2008 playoffs. Chicago should have another chance to disappoint fans come October, as they are ...

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  4. Alexander Ovechkin the Great? More Like Alexander the Overrated

    For the last couple months all we’ve heard about is, “Who’s better, Kobe or LeBron?” Well, let’s switch sports here for a second and discuss an equally intriguing debate...

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  5. Donte Stallworth Frustrated with QB, Attempts To Join Prison League with Vick

    Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth must have been disappointed with his 17 catches last season, and as a result, he’s trying to catch something other than a pigskin—a case...

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  6. Bo Ryan's Name Should be Synonymous with the Word “Underrated”

    The Badgers just finished off an upset of the 5th seeded Florida State Seminoles in the first round of the 2009 NCAA Men’s Tournament...

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  7. Charlie Weis, You ARE Fat and Ugly, but That's Not the Problem

    Charlie Weis will be featured on ESPN’s “Sunday Conversation” this upcoming Sunday during SportsCenter...

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  8. Milwaukee Brewers 2009 Preview

    Milwaukee Brewers 2008 Review: As a Milwaukee Brewer fan, you have to look at 2008 as a great year for your franchise. The Brewers managed to make the playoffs for the first time since 1982, thanks in large part to the left arm of C...

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  9. John Calipari and the Memphis Tigers, You Can't Fool Me

    Memphis men’s basketball coach John Calipari is a scrub. Mark my words: The Tigers will NOT win a championship with Calipari at the helm. It irritates me that this guy collects so much praise...

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  10. NCAA Tournament Preview: West Region 2009

    March Madness 2009 First Round Locks: Obviously, you can pencil Connecticut, Memphis, and Missouri in for first round victories, but aside from that, the West Region offers a lot of upset potential...

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  11. March Madness Preview: Midwest Region

    March Madness 2009 First Round Locks: When looking at the first round match-ups featured in the Midwest Region (played in Indianapolis), you obviously have to feel comfortable with ...

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  12. Is David Wright a Hero Or Just Lucky to Get A Piece of A Dirt-Ball?

    Some people consider David Wright a hero for his walk-off right-field blooper last night against Puerto Rico in the WBC. I understand why some may praise him, but am surprised that no one is critical of the pitch he decided to swing on...

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  13. Chicago White Sox 2009 Preview

    Chicago White Sox 2009 Preview: With a solid top end of their starting rotation, the White Sox should again contend for the AL Central title in 2009, but a lack of back end starters could prevent them from ultimately reaching the playoffs...

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  14. Kansas City Royals 2009 Preview: KC Poised for Improvement

    Kansas City Royals 2008 Review The Kansas City Royals opened their 2008 campaign with a sweep of the highly touted Detroit Tigers, in Detroit nonetheless. This raised the hopes and expectations of Royals fans to a rather high level...

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  15. Cleveland Indians 2009 Season Preview

    The Cleveland Indians were the definition of mediocrity in the 2008 season, finishing 81-81, good enough for third place in the AL Central...

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  16. Detroit Tigers 2009 Preview

    The 2009 ball club very much resembles the team that struggled through 2008, and that’s why you can expect the records to be very similar...

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  17. Kobe Bryant: Don't Believe the Hype

    Kobe has exposed his Achilles’ heel, that is, the absence of Shaquille O’Neal, in my opinion, the best big man in the history of the game...

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  18. Big 10 Awards and Analysis

    It’s about that time to start wrapping up each conference in the NCAA Men’s Basketball regular season as the conference tournaments have begun and the Madness nears. The Big Ten is surprisingly competitive this year...

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  19. Minnesota Twins 2009 Preview

    Minnesota Twins 2009 Preview The AL Central isn't what it was in 2007. Instead it's shaping up more along the lines of 2008's version. Expect it to be a wide-open race with the champion possibly not having to win more than 90 games...

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  20. World Baseball Classic, I Thought Baseball Was America's Favorite Pastime?

    In case you have not been watching the 2009 World Baseball Classic, and judging by some of the TV broadcasts, you haven’t, then you may not have noticed the USA’s impressive showing thus far, starting out 2-0...

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  21. Dwyane Wade or LeBron James: Who Will Win the NBA MVP?

    The MVP race has gradually gotten hotter and hotter. Dwyane Wade has been on a tear and has no signs of easing up. After his mind-boggling performance against the Chicago Bulls last night, the MVP race is no longer ‘heating up...

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  22. All-Big 12 Men's Basketball Awards and Analysis

    The Big 12 conference isn’t anything special this season, but several teams have surpassed expectations. After losing 4 players to the league, Kansas managed to finish with the best conference record at 14-2...

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  23. Tampa Bay Rays 2009 Preview

    The Rays enter 2009 boasting one of the most impressive young pitching staffs in all of baseball, despite losing 14-game winner Edwin Jackson to a trade...

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  24. Baltimore Orioles' 2009 Preview

    Baltimore Orioles 2009 Preview: Mostly unknown by casual baseball fans, the Orioles have arguably the best prospect in all of baseball. Catcher Matt Wieters is the early favorite to win the 2009 AL Rookie of the Year award...

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  25. Toronto Blue Jays 2009 Preview

    Toronto Blue Jays 2009 Preview: The Toronto Blue Jays will no doubt be expected to take a step back in 2009. Although they will more than likely finish in the fourth spot of the AL East again, I can’t imagine them being above ...

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