Royally Selling

Just 18 months ago, Dayton Moore had pulled off the improbable for anyone who started watching baseball after 1990. He had built a team in Kansas City that was raising the World Series trophy. The small market Royals went through decades of futility that included a 30-year playoff drought, 20 losing seasons and four 100-loss…

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Montreal Would be Stupid to Trade Carey Price

If you’re on a good team, would you trade your elite, franchise player in their prime? The answer is no!  The Montreal Canadiens have been eliminated by their “Original Six” rivals, the New York Rangers over the weekend in just six games during the opening round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.  Expectations are always high…

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Cy Young Watch – Week 3

After a one-week absence, Chris Sale has returned as our lead horse in the AL Cy Young race. Can the southpaw take home the hardware for the first time? The Good: Chris Sale (Red Sox) and Noah Syndergaard (Mets) Both pitchers were the lead dogs in Week 1 and Sale returns to the top after…

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Where Will Joe Mixon Land?

Talent-wise, Oklahoma running back Joe Mixon should be taken in the first or second round of next week’s NFL Draft. But his draft stock torpedoed due to a 2014 assault where he punched a woman in the head, causing broken bones in her face which required hospitalization and surgery. The incident was caught on tape…

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Cy Young Watch – Week 2

After two weeks, a new favorite has emerged in the American League for the Cy Young, but can he keep it up for a full season? The Good: James Paxton (Mariners) and Noah Syndergaard (Mets) Syndergaard continued to dominate in Week 2. “Thor” has pitched 19 innings across three starts and struck out 20 batters,…

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Stop Saying Aaron Hernandez is Returning to the NFL

Earlier today Aaron Hernandez was acquitted for the 2012 murders of Daniel de Abreu and Safiro Furtado. As soon as the news came out, comments came in droves, pondering if he will return to the NFL and which teams would be interested in him. There is only one problem – he is already serving a…

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Westbrook Takes Home MVP in our NBA Awards

A regular season that produced some of the most cerebral performances of all-time is in the books.  We’ve officially entered into the Golden Age of Euro-NBA, where spacing and passing have become the foremost offensive strategy. Whether this style makes for good aesthetics is certainly up for debate.  What cannot be debated is how incredible…

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A Look Back at the NFL Trades Made in 2012

Any time a trade is made, regardless of the sport, we always want to immediately crown the winner and loser of the trade, but unless the trade was an epic fail for one team, these trades are seldom revisited. Five seasons after these trades were executed, here’s a look at how some trades shook out…

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