My 2014 MLB Predictions
Apr05

My 2014 MLB Predictions

Baseball is back! After a very eventful offseason, America’s pastime has finally made its return. 2013 was a year full of surprises, and this season won’t be any different. From the Red Sox revival to the breakout year we saw from Chris Davis, baseball never failed to deliver exciting twists and turns throughout the year. Although anything can happen (trades, injuries, etc.), here are my predictions for the 2014 season....

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Farewell, Doug McDermott
Mar30

Farewell, Doug McDermott

One of the greatest scorers in NCAA history played his final college game Sunday night. As the game drew to a close, head coach Greg McDermott pulled his son in for their final moment together as Bluejays – a hug. Doug McDermott’s historical college career came to a bitter end yesterday, as the Baylor Bears trounced Creighton by a score of 85-55. Although it was a devastating loss for the Bluejays, McDermott isn’t focusing...

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Hope in the Windy City
Mar10

Hope in the Windy City

When Derrick Rose went down with a major injury (again), it looked like Chicago’s season was over. The Bulls squad would be unable to get the job done due to Rose’s absence, and many people even thought the Bulls should tank for a draft pick. When Chicago traded Luol Deng to Cleveland, things starting looking especially dark in the Windy City.  It was time for someone to step up. For the majority of his pro career, Joakim...

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Angels, Trout agree to one-year deal
Feb26

Angels, Trout agree to one-year deal

The Los Angeles Angels have signed outfielder Mike Trout to a one-year, $1 million dollar deal. Yahoo! Sports reported that Trout and the Angels were closing in on a six-year, $150 million contract, but the deal isn’t set in stone. Trout, a 22 year-old from New Jersey, has already shown that he is one of the league’s best players. The young star finished second in MVP voting as a rookie, and would have won if Miguel...

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Seahawks releasing Sidney Rice
Feb22

Seahawks releasing Sidney Rice

The NFL champion Seattle Seahawks have decided to part ways with wide receiver Sidney Rice. Rice suffered a torn ACL on October 28, missing the final eight regular-season games of the year, and was unable to be a part of Seattle’s championship run. Seattle signed Rice to a five-year, $41 million deal in the summer of 2011. Over the next couple seasons, Rice will be due $17.5 million is base salary. Rice’s breakout year...

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