Adios, All-Star Weekend 2014
Feb17

Adios, All-Star Weekend 2014

The NBA All-Star Game started last night at around 8 PM ET, so you can probably guess what I was up to. That’s right, I spent last night watching ‘The Walking Dead’. From my point-of-view, the NBA All-Star Game is pretty much the same as corralling the league’s best players and telling them to go crazy. Unlike an actual game, the ASG is nothing but alley-oops, rushed possessions, and crazy three point shots,...

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Miguel Cabrera even stronger after surgery
Feb14

Miguel Cabrera even stronger after surgery

Major League Baseball’s ‘Face of MLB’ voting has been going on lately, and how could Miguel Cabrera not win it? The most feared hitter in baseball is coming back from offseason surgery, and he says he feels even better than before. Look out American League Central. Miguel Cabrera added another MVP award to his trophy collection last year, hitting .348 with 44 home runs. The 2012 Triple Crown winner finished second in...

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My thoughts on the Michael Sam media outburst
Feb10

My thoughts on the Michael Sam media outburst

When NBA player Jason Collins announced that he was gay, the sports world turned upside down. The first ever openly gay professional athlete set the world on fire with his proclamation, and SportsCenter went on and on about the topic.  Now, it’s all happening again. NFL prospect Michael Sam came out as being gay, once again sparking the topic of gay athletes, one that will be covered online and on air 24/7. The All-American...

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Richard Sherman 30 for 30 mock documentary is golden
Feb04

Richard Sherman 30 for 30 mock documentary is golden

When it comes to YouTube videos, I’m a bit of a harsh critic. In comedian Frank Caliendo’s ’30 for 30 Mockumentary’, I found myself laughing out loud on multiple occasions. If you’ve somehow never heard of ’30 for 30′, it’s a series of sports documentaries by ESPN Films. Whether it’s focused on Muhammad Ali or Michigan’s Fab Five, ’30 for 30′ delivers captivating...

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Will Ubaldo Jimenez return to All-Star form?
Jan30

Will Ubaldo Jimenez return to All-Star form?

Jimenez derailed in Cleveland, but managed to get back on track in 2013. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)   It seems like just yesterday Ubaldo Jimenez was the best pitcher in the National League, starting out the year with a 14-1 record at hitter-friendly Coors Field. Up until his stellar 2010 campaign, Jimenez was your average starting pitcher – 3.5-4 earned run average, even win-loss record, nothing too special. In the first...

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