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Yasiel Puig OK After Colliding With Teammate in Spring Training Game

Yasiel Puig OK After Colliding With Teammate in Spring Training Game

The Dodgers and Angels squared off in one of the final spring training tune-ups last night. On a pop-up to shallow right by Mike Trout, Yasiel Puig and Howie Kendrick collided. Kendrick’s left arm stuck Puig’s head area and he laid on the ground for a while. He eventually left the game but the prognosis [...]

April 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Josh Hamilton Avoids Suspension for Alleged Drug Relapse

Josh Hamilton Avoids Suspension for Alleged Drug Relapse

When news emerged in February of an apparent drug relapse for Josh Hamilton, two things came to mind: 1) you felt for him, and 2) a suspension seemed likely. However, an arbitrator has announced today that Hamilton did not violate his treatment program and will not face a suspension. [...]

April 4, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

NHL Coaches on the Brink

NHL Coaches on the Brink

Playoff races are heating up as the regular season hits the home stretch. Consequently, a select few coaches are also feeling the heat. A few coaches that could find themselves in the unemployment line come season’s end. Todd McLellan – San Jose Seat Temperature: Scalding This may be a slam dunk firing. The Sharks are [...]

April 2, 2015 Mike Frazier Headlines, NHL 1

Justin Verlander to Begin Season on Disabled List

Justin Verlander to Begin Season on Disabled List

The 162-game baseball season can be a grind, so there’s no sense in rushing a guy out there for Opening Day just for the sake of it. That’s the case with Detroit’s Justin Verlander. The ace is nursing a sore triceps and as a result will begin the season on the 15-day disabled list. But [...]

April 2, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 0

Lucas Matthysse vs. Ruslan Provodnikov: A Can’t-Miss Fight

Lucas Matthysse vs. Ruslan Provodnikov: A Can’t-Miss Fight

While the entire sporting world looks ahead to May 2 and the Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather super fight, hardcore boxing fans have not looked past April 18. That’s the date when light welterweights Lucas Matthysse and Ruslan Provodnikov face off at Turning Stone Casino, in Verona, New York. While Pacquiao and Mayweather is the fight fans [...]

April 2, 2015 Briggs Seekins Boxing, Headlines 0

Report: Kansas Freshman Kelly Oubre To Enter NBA Draft

Report: Kansas Freshman Kelly Oubre To Enter NBA Draft

After starting 27 games for the Kansas Jayahwks, Freshman Kelly Oubre is expected to enter the NBA Draft according to his coach Bill Self. “I’m leaving the University of Kansas for the upcoming NBA Draft,” Oubre said. “It’s always been a dream to play in the NBA. This is an opportunity to play against the [...]

April 1, 2015 admin CBB, Headlines 0

Tony Romo Would’ve Taken Pay Cut to Keep DeMarco Murray

Tony Romo Would’ve Taken Pay Cut to Keep DeMarco Murray

DeMarco Murray leaving Dallas for Philadelphia basically came down to money. Dallas didn’t have enough of it available to pay Murray what he wanted and Philadelphia did. Hard to blame the 27-year old, since he’ll probably be obsolete in about 2-3 years. Tony Romo is the Cowboys’ highest paid player, so contractual situations with others [...]

April 1, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, NFL 0

Bruins All But End Panthers’ Playoff Hopes

Bruins All But End Panthers’ Playoff Hopes

It won’t sit well with the masses, but it appears the Boston Bruins are destined for the Stanley Cup Playoffs once again, despite a season of underachievment. The Bruins upended the Florida Panthers at TD Garden 3-2 Tuesday Night adding another two points to their wildcard lead over the Panthers and Senators. Florida now trails [...]

April 1, 2015 Mike Frazier Headlines, NHL 3

Watch: Chris Webber Disses Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein Hard On Radio

Watch: Chris Webber Disses Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein Hard On Radio

Former University of Michigan standout and NBA All Star Chris Webber has been trying to make his bones as an NBA and college hoops analyst ever since he retired from the Association, back in 2008. Personally, I was a huge fan of Webber on the court as one of the original members of Michigan’s famed [...]

April 1, 2015 Allen Moll CBB, Headlines 0

MLB Players Vote Bryce Harper Most Overrated

MLB Players Vote Bryce Harper Most Overrated

Once upon a time, Bryce Harper was said to be a stronger prospect than Mike Trout. Several years later, that couldn’t be any farther from the truth. But that’s no knock on Harper, though. He will be a very solid player for a very long time, provided he can stay healthy. Each year, ESPN polls [...]

March 31, 2015 Kevin Burke Headlines, MLB 1