1. Sharing My Love for Baseball: Thanks Mom!

    With Mother’s Day recently coming and going, I thought it would be appropriate to write an article about how incredible my mother is...

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  2. Rule Changes MLB Should Consider

    Major League Baseball is my favorite professional sport. There is really nothing better than being able to sit back and relax and maybe enjoy a hot dog or some popcorn while watching ...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 239 reads 1 comments

  3. Why I Became a Green Bay Packers Fan...

    I am a sports fanatic and I live in Arizona. I take quite a bit of heat for only following and rooting for one Arizona team, the Diamondbacks...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 371 reads 1 comments

  4. Favre or No Favre: How Will the NFC North Shape Up in 2009-'10?

    In 2009-2010, the NFC North will be a very interesting division to watch. If Brett Favre attempts to make yet another comeback, it will be the MOST interesting division in all of football...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 620 reads 10 comments

  5. Rule Changes the NBA Should Consider

    The NBA is great, especially this time of year. The Playoffs are underway. But after watching so many games recently, it has become evident to me that there are some rule changes that the NBA should consider...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 204 reads 2 comments

  6. Murphy's Laws of Fantasy Baseball for Beginners

    For all you fantasy baseball geeks out there (don't be insulted, I view this as a term of endearment), you could rattle off numerous things about fantasy baseball that just drive you insane...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 173 reads 0 comments

  7. The 25 Best SportsCenter Commercials of All Time: Nos. 10-1

    Finally, the moment you've all been waiting for! The best 10 Sportscenter commercials. I've already counted down from 25 to 11. If you missed it, you can view it here: http://bleacherreport...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 2,230 reads 1 comments

  8. John Madden: 30 Unforgettable Years

    April 16, 2009 was a very sad day for (most) football fans across the country. News broke that the great John Madden was retiring and would no longer be in the booth for any NFL games...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 53 reads 0 comments

  9. The 25 Best SportsCenter Commercials of All Time: Nos. 25-11

    If there is one thing all sports fans can truly agree on, it’s that the ‘This is Sportscenter’ commercials produced by ESPN are possibly the best commercials on television...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 986 reads 2 comments

  10. The Five Best Hitting Pitchers in Baseball

    There is one main difference between the National League and the American League. The designated hitter, or lack thereof. Pitchers must hit in the National League, and a good hitting pitcher can be very important to some lineups...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 8,478 reads 33 comments

  11. Rock Chalk, Jayhawk: A Look Ahead at 2010 March Madness

    In 2009, March Madness has officially ended. Yes, Wake Forest fans, you can finally move past your first round loss to Cleveland State and begin looking forward to next year...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 616 reads 2 comments

  12. The 10 Best Southpaws in the NBA

    The NBA is perhaps the only sport which forces players to be somewhat ambidextrous. Players must be proficient at using both hands when it comes do dribbling, passing and when they take shots around the rim...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 2,379 reads 19 comments

  13. Oldies But Goodies: Top 10 Best 'Old' Athletes Over the Past 25 Years

    Thanks to medical advances, athletes nowadays are able to play at a high level for a longer period of time, and in some cases even be dominant at their chosen sport...

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  14. The Rise... Err... Fall of The Phoenix (Suns)

    The Phoenix Suns, the most exciting and one of the most elite teams in the NBA not long ago, currently sit in ninth place in the Western Conference...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 300 reads 17 comments

  15. Big East vs. ACC: Which Was the Best Conference in 2008-2009?

    One of the biggest debates this college basketball season was which conference was the most superior in all the land, the Big East or the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)? Personally, I believe this is no competition...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 327 reads 14 comments

  16. Houston We Have...an Answer?

    The Houston Astros made a splash in free agency this week signing catcher Ivan Rodriguez to a one-year deal. Now don’t expect that all of Houston’s problems are solved and they have everything they need to reach the promised land...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 86 reads 0 comments

  17. Top 10 Starting Pitchers for 2009

    The 2009 MLB season is fast approaching and it seems as if there are easily a dozen guys or more that have legitimate chances at winning a Cy Young award. I will do my best to count down the 10 pitchers that will have the best season in 2009...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 1,068 reads 3 comments

  18. Kobe Bryant Vs. LeBron James: Who Really Is the Best?

    Prior to the 2006 NBA season, even I, an avid Lakers fan felt that LeBron James was the best player in the NBA. All bias aside, as the season ended I had done a complete turnaround and was convinced Kobe Bryant was the best in the NBA...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 836 reads 11 comments

  19. Beasts of the East: Who Will Take the AL East Crown in 2009?

    In 2009, the American League East will once again garner more attention than the other divisions in baseball...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 238 reads 5 comments

  20. Philly Repeat? NL East Thoughts and Predictions for 2009

    The NL East this season reminds me of the AL Central, but with just a little less talent overall. I don’t believe any team in the East will be able to win the division, but I believe all ...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 185 reads 4 comments

  21. A-Rod's Confession: All True, Partially True, or Not True at All?

    Unless you have been living in a hole somewhere on Mars or in some other far away galaxy, you have heard the reports that baseball star Alex Rodriguez took steroids, as well as the interviews with Rodriguez, admitting his fault...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 75 reads 7 comments

  22. 2009 American League Central: Thoughts and Predictions

    The American League Central is one of the toughest divisions to predict. It doesn’t contain any elite teams, but arguably all five teams have a shot at the title, making it one of the most competitive divisions in all of baseball...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 471 reads 37 comments

  23. Jumping on the Bandwagon: Acceptable for Fans, but Is It OK for Players?

    Being an Arizona native, I understand the definition of a bandwagon fan perhaps better than most. Though Arizona fans are some of the best, it’s a state filled with bandwagoners...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 251 reads 6 comments

  24. 2009 National League Central Thoughts and Predictions

    In 2009, the National League Central is most likely going to be a division with one great team, and a mix of a couple of solid teams that will compete and a couple teams that will struggle...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 484 reads 7 comments

  25. How They'll Finish in 2009: American League West

    The American League West will be an interesting division to watch in 2009. Most expect the Angels to repeat as champs; however, the Oakland A's made a few splashes in the off-season ...

    Torey Ziska Written by Torey Ziska about over 5 years ago 168 reads 6 comments