Back in Cruz Control

On a day that saw the game come down to the last four minutes with a Giants lead, the similarities to last year’s Giants team were ever present. However, this Giants team is vastly different. After shelling out the most guaranteed money in team history, General Manager Jerry Reese’s biggest addition might be a healthy…

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The Titans Beat Themselves in Week 1

Over the last two seasons, the Tennessee Titans have been a mess, with the exception of Week 1, where they surprisingly overwhelmed the opposition before reverting to playing terrible football for the rest of the season. Given the adversity the Minnesota Vikings were facing before the game, an upset would not have been surprising.   The…

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Rich Hill Got Hosed

The Los Angeles Dodgers were up 5-0 tonight against the Miami Marlins after seven innings due much in part to the pitching of Rich Hill, who tossed seven perfect innings and needed just 89 pitches so far to do so. Keeping him in to potentially complete the perfect game seems like a no-brainer, right? Wrong….

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Live Recap: 2016 NFL Draft

7:51 p.m. – I was going to hold off until a draft pick was actually made, but Suzy Kolber made the pre-draft pretty awkward with her interview with Carson Wentz and Jared Goff. Kolber ended the interview by telling them the next question the’ll be asked is “How does it feel to be in the…

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The Winners and Losers of the Titans-Rams Trade

This morning, the Tennessee Titans and Los Angeles Rams made a blockbuster trade, with the Rams moving up from the No. 15 spot in the draft to No. 1. This is the first time a trade for the No. 1 overall pick was made before the draft since 2001, when the Chargers slid down to…

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The Good, Bad and Ugly, Phillies Opening Day 2016

After finishing the 2015 season as the worst team in baseball, the Philadelphia Phillies kicked off the 2016 season with a 6-2 loss to the Cincinnati Reds. Philadelphia was up 2-1 entering the eighth inning until the bullpen imploded, walking three batters and surrendering five runs. While the loss extends the team’s Opening Day losing…

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With Lehner Out, Could Buffalo Trade for Scrivens?

The NHL season is just a week old, but the Buffalo Sabres have already suffered a significant loss after learning that newly acquired goalie Robin Lehner would be sidelined 6-10 weeks with a high ankle sprain. While Buffalo had the worst record in hockey last year, the addition of Evander Kane and Ryan O’Reilly through…

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As the 49ers Rebuild, it’s Time to Move on from Kaepernick

It seems like an eternity now, but less than three years ago, Colin Kaepernick was looking like the next Tom Brady. They were both backup quarterbacks in their sophomore season when they were propelled into action after the starting quarterback went down with injury. As the replacement, both quarterbacks became a catalyst on the offense,…

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NHL Sets New Precedent with Torres Suspension

On Monday, the NHL announced that they suspended San Jose Sharks alternate captain Raffi Torres for an NHL record 41 games for his high hit on Anaheim Ducks winger Jakob Silfverburg. By forcing Torres to miss half of the season, the NHL is putting it’s foot down on illegal hits and making Torres the poster…

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Early Predictions for 2016 MLB Free Agency

Baseball is about to enter the postseason, so for many, the season is over. Soon, the MLB landscape will drastically change as teams acquire new players through trades and free agency in the offseason. Here’s the top 20 free agents as well as our prediction for their new homes. 1. David Price (LHP/Toronto Blue Jays)…

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