By Jeremy Powers The MLB season is a brutal one. Let’s be honest, whenever you have a schedule that consists of 162 games in 25 weeks, it’s going to be a roller coaster ride. Some teams, who fall out of … Continue reading
By Josh Kramer The MLB trade deadline is always a hectic time. It could be the difference between winning a World Series (see the Cardinals, 5 acquisitions at deadline in 2011) or coming up just short. In the last four years, … Continue reading
By Josh Kramer How many times have you heard a person say that baseball is too boring? That baseball is a sport in which it is impossible to watch a full game on television? A sport that is longer the American pastime? I am sure you have … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of http://www.nflgridirongab.com. Randy Moss (pictured above) one of the all-time great wide receivers, decided to hang up the cleats and retire yesterday.
By Josh Kramer
Sure last week was absolutely ludicrous between all of the transactions in the MLB and NFL. Well the pace will not slow up by any means. Here are the topics that have caught my attention.
No More Randy Moss
After a very up and down career, though predominantly up, one of football’s greatest wide receivers of all time is calling it quits. Many headlines have exclaimed “No Moss.” And I must say, I tip my hat to a man who normally has struggled to handle his business off the field and in the locker room frequently throughout his career. It is few and far between to find athletes these days who know when the time is right to walk away. Continue reading
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By Josh Kramer Sure the MLB Trade Deadline has been a bit overshadowed by the wild week in the NFL. Well in the past couple of days, two of the best teams not only in the NL, but in all … Continue reading
By Josh Kramer It is safe to say that this was not the most memorable All Star break by any means. The home run derby seemed to drag on an hour longer than it should have, while the actual game not … Continue reading