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  • MLB

    Breaking Down Masahiro Tanaka

    This winter, the Yankees said goodbye to Robinson Cano, and lost Alex Rodriguez to suspension. Many believed this was going to be the start of a huge offseason spending wise for the Yankees. They were right. The Yanks signed 3 all-stars to multi-year contracts. First McCann, then Ellsbury and Beltran. The Yankees were...

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    Curtis Granderson Headed to Mets

    According to a source close with the New York Mets, free agent, Curtis Granderson is heading their way. This could be official soon. Word is 3 years. Year 1 15 million Year 2 17 million Year 3 17 million. Year 4 (Team Option) 15 million. 3 years 49 million total which could be 4/64. The […]

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    Joe Girardi Stays With Yankees

    Home is where the heart is. At least for Joe Girardi, who agreed to stay in New York for $16 million over 4 years including incentives along the way. Yankee fans can now sigh with relief as they will see their skipper signed to the end of the 2017 season. Joe is a family man […]

  • LeBron James to Tell Pat Riley He’s Leaving

    After several reports, rumors, meetings and phone calls the decision part two is in. According to multiple sources close to LeBron James and one close to the Cleveland Cavaliers organization James is going to tell President, Pat Riley in their scheduled meeting Wednesday that he’s leaving. “Tomorrow is the...

  • Could LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony Team Up?

    After several meetings, reports, rumors and more, some of them we’re going to come to an end yesterday for the New York Knicks as super star, Carmelo Anthony was reportedly supposed to verbally agree to the Knicks offer and remain a New York Knick. However, that didn’t happen. As for a reason,...

  • All Signs Point to A LeBron James Reunion

    Following a dominant  NBA Finals performance by the San Antonio Spurs as they ended the Miami Heat’s hope of a three peat defeating them 4-1, you could just tell that things weren’t right. And you could tell that game 5 at the AT&T Center was the last time that you were going to see that […]

  • Preview of CWS: Vanderbilt vs. Virginia

    Getting to the College World Series could be one of the hardest things to accomplish in all of collegiate sports. Baseball is a game where any team of any talent can beat another on any given day. Consistency is the most appropriate term for teams that make it to Omaha. Pitching and defense play a […]

  • John Calipari to coach the Lakers?

    After getting seeded as a number eight seed, John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats were being called “overrated,” “too young,” and “one and done.” However, after five impressive tournament wins they earned their spot in the National Championship game Monday night against...

  • Who Will Be Syracuse’s New Rival?

    With the Atlantic Coast Conference’s three new competitors this year we all pose one question going into this basketball season; who will Syracuse’s new rival be? Though we are excited to see what’s to come out of this new season and to see fresh new faces in the ACC, we are saddened to miss out...

  • Set for the Pros

    When little boys dream, they sometimes envision themselves playing pro sports. In this case, Bernard Mauricette, has tasted that dream. For Bernard, it was in indoor Football where he whetted his appetite. He is now hoping to take this dream to the NFL. Bernard was born to Estephen Mauricette and Marie Maisonneuve and...

  • Discovering South Florida’s Hidden Talent

    Following your dream can be a long road to success. This has been the case with recent FAU graduate and former starting running back, Jonathan Wallace. Jonathan was born and raised in Lauderhill, FL and the youngest of two sons born to parents Ronnie and Carolyn. Wallace also has step siblings from his father...

  • Looking back on the draft busts of 2013

    Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Ron of FantasyBasketballMoneyLeagues.Com. Visit his website for up-to-date fantasy basketball rankings and projections. You can also follow him on Twitter or like his blog on Facebook. One year into an NFL career may be too early to call a player a draft bust. But we are going...