1. MLB Top 30 Prospects: Not One NY Met Listed

    This past week, the MLB network provided their list of prospects who they determine to be the best of the best. It was nice to see that the Nationals and Pirates were well-represented on the list...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 4 years ago 894 reads 7 comments

  2. MLB Anti-All-Star Team: 2000-2009

    These guys selected were major disappointments to their teams who invested a lot of money with hope of continous success. Instead their return was minimal and did not meet the expectations...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 4 years ago 645 reads 10 comments

  3. Top 50 Wrestlers Ranked by Pro Wrestling Illustrated: Nos. 15-6

    We are nearing the top and will take a look at the next ten wrestlers listed by Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) in 2003.   15 - Nick Bockwinkel The Bockwinkel vs. Verne Gagne feud is what brought the AWA to the top of wrestling during the 70s...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 4 years ago 7,811 reads 21 comments

  4. Before There Was Doc: Analyzing Similiar Trades Prior To the Halladay-Lee Deal

    The Roy Halladay trade to the Phillies is the latest move made by a team who either wants to get rid of salary or is afraid of losing the player to free agency...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 4 years ago 311 reads 0 comments

  5. Top 50 Wrestlers Ranked by Pro Wrestling Illustrated: Nos. 25-16

    We are half way through identifying Pro Wrestling Illustrated's Top 50 wrestlers. For those interested, here is the first and second parts of this series...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 2,127 reads 6 comments

  6. The 1990s NFL All-Decade Team

    During the 1990s, Nirvana and Pearl Jame ruled the music industry, Jerry Springer ruled afternoon TV and the NFC East ruled the NFL (at least the first half of the decade)...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 1,841 reads 7 comments

  7. Top 50 Wrestlers Ranked by Pro Wrestling Illustrated: Nos. 35-26

    Just a reminder, this list was compiled by Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) in 2003 and covers the years that the publication covered pro wrestling. Therefore, you won't see any of the stars prior to the '70s or post-2003...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 1,452 reads 9 comments

  8. Roy Halladay from Toronto Blue Jays' Point of View

    With the list of potential free agents being adequate at best, this Hot Stove season will be heated with potential trades. Leading the list of "Who Will Win The (insert name) Sweepstake" is Roy Halladay...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 384 reads -1 comments

  9. NFL All-Decade Team: 2000-2009

    As we pass the middle of the 2009, the first decade of the Y2k is coming to an end. This slideshow will honor the best players at each position, as we identify the NFL All Decade Team for the 2000s...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 287 reads 0 comments

  10. The Great Muta: International Superstar Keiji Mutoh

    Keiji Mutoh, the current President of All Japan Pro Wrestling, is well known globally as The Great Muta. Mutoh was one of the quickest and most exciting wrestlers to ever compete in Professional Wrestling...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 1,226 reads 12 comments

  11. Top 50 Wrestlers: Ranked by Pro Wrestling Illustrated (Number 50-36)

    This ranking is a follow-up to the tag team series that was written in October, which was a pleasure to write and fun to go down memory lane...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 4,455 reads 19 comments

  12. Match of the Decade: Ranking Pro Wrestling Illustrated Annual Winners (1990s)

    Each year since 1972, Pro Wrestling Illustrated has recognized the best match of the year as voted on by the readers of the magazine...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 2,091 reads 28 comments

  13. Ranking the Giants of Professional Wrestling

    Here's a tribute to the big, large and gigantic men of wrestling. Dating back to the 1950s, gargantuan men were booked to be an attraction as if they worked for the circus. They normally didn't hold titles, yet they were difficult to defeat...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 5,273 reads 14 comments

  14. Ranking The Top 50 Tag Teams: The PWI Years (9-1)

    I like to thank everyone for reading these articles. It was fun to go down memory lane with the many tag teams that I grew up reading about and watching. It was no surprise that many of the tag teams made their mark in the '80s...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 843 reads 28 comments

  15. Ranking The Top 50 Tag Teams: The PWI Years (19-10)

    This the third installment of listing the top tag teams that Pro Wrestling Illustrated compiled in 2003. If you are interested, here is the first part and here is the second part...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 941 reads 17 comments

  16. Ranking the Top 50 Tag Teams: The PWI Years (34-20)

    Here's the second installment in listing the top tag teams since Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) was established (1979). The list was compiled and ranked by PWI in 2003 and included many tag teams who fought in Japan...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 1,207 reads 8 comments

  17. Ranking The Top 50 Tag Teams: The PWI Years (50-35)

    In 2003, Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) compiled a list of the top 100 tag teams during the "PWI Years", which originated in 1979...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 2,331 reads 10 comments

  18. The Great Mind Behind ECW: Paul Heyman

    I just finished watching the The Rise and Fall of ECW and wanted to write an article about this organization and the impact it had in Pro Wrestling during the 1990s. But I wanted to write an article that wasn't soley a review of the DVD...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about almost 5 years ago 802 reads 8 comments

  19. The Great Raid: How the WWF Took Over Wrestling (Part II)

    The first installment focused on laying down the foundation by providing high level details of the state of wrestling in 1983 and before...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about 5 years ago 458 reads 13 comments

  20. The Great Raid: How The WWF Took Over Wrestling (Part I)

    In 1983, Vincent J. McMahon sold his company to his son Vincent K. McMahon who was ready to take the company to next level. No one knew that this transaction was the beginning of the collapse of competitive wrestling...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about 5 years ago 557 reads 13 comments

  21. The Top 10 Hitting Seasons in Phillies History

    Though the Phillies organization goes back to 1883, when they were known as the Quakers, we will only go back to 1929 to identify the top hitting seasons in Phillies history. Please note that a player will only appear on this list once...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 5 years ago 2,541 reads 3 comments

  22. The Top 10 Hitting Seasons in Mets History

    This slide show will rank the best hitting seasons in Mets history. Similar to the previous article, which listed the best pitching seasons, a player will only be ranked once...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 5 years ago 547 reads 12 comments

  23. We Are Family: Ranking the Top Stables of the 20th Century

    Stables is a group of wrestlers within a promotion who have a common element (friendships, a common manager, or a common storyline) Stables can be small alliances of three to six wrestlers ...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 5 years ago 682 reads 8 comments

  24. Take Your Money And Shove It: Wrestlers Who Never Fought In WWF/E

    It was so common to have wrestlers fight in all three major organization during their career (AWA, NWA, WWE). Most of the time the wrestler would start in an independent or regional circuit and then work themselves up to the NWA and AWA...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 5 years ago 129 reads 26 comments

  25. Who Had the Best Season: Ranking the NY Mets' Pitchers

    Since the 1960s, the Mets pitching staff usually stands out as one of the best in baseball. Not sure why we never experience a no hitter! But that's another story. In the 60s & 70s, Seaver and Koosman reigned surpremed at Shea...

    FRANK Written by FRANK about over 5 years ago 350 reads 7 comments