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 So much for the “Battle of Ohio.” The first part of the annual six game set between the Reds and the Indians became a massacre in a hurry as the Reds busted out the brooms yesterday afternoon. … Continue reading
By Josh Kramer How many of my Cincinnati Reds fans out there remember Kyle Lohse? Most of you have probably erased the memory by this point. The journeyman starting pitcher spent about one year in Cincinnati (half of 2006 and half of 2007). … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of ESPN.com. Iona point guard Scott Machado (pictured above) has been simply sensational all year long and will make some noise in March.
By Josh Kramer
Want to hear a cool name? Try “Machado.” Now many of you are probably confused as to why I would share a cool name with you. Granted, the vast majority of you are already aware of plenty of cooler names. For example, God’s Gift Achiuwa. And though God’s Gift is having a stellar freshman campaign for a very young St. John’s team, a man by the name of “Machado” is absolutely stealing the show in the MAAC (Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference). Currently, the Gaels sit atop the “Mighty MAAC (it is not really mighty but I like the sound of the expression)” and are a likely tournament team.
Now many of you are probably still scratching your heads as to where I am going with this. Well a few weeks ago, I had the distinct pleasure of introducing you all to Creighton star, Doug McDermott. A star that is making it rain from long-range in Omaha like Kyle Korver did back in 2002/2003. Well today, I am going to introduce you to another big-time player that could make some real noise at the “March Dance” and beyond. Meet Scott Machado. Continue reading
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By Josh Kramer Have you ever heard the expression, “Strike while the iron is hot?” Well that simple five-word expression is exactly what the Reds are living by this off-season. On Monday, Barry Larkin was voted into baseball immortality. Late Tuesday, a … Continue reading
Photo courtesy of sportsillustrated.cnn.com. The Philip Rivers (pictured above) that we all expected to be a frontrunner for the MVP has finally arrived.
By Josh Kramer
“Tebow Time” finally struck midnight. Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are no longer invincible. Plus the Cincinnati Reds just made the blockbuster trade of the offseason thus far (Pujols, Reyes, and Wilson signing were free agent moves). It has been a wild past few days to say the least. Here are the items that have caught my attention.
Rivers has finally arrived
-Have you ever heard the expression “Too little, too late?” In the case of Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers, this may be the case. You better believe the franchise that had won four straight AFC West crowns before last season and has not experienced a losing season since 2003 is not going to go down without a fight though. Many, including myself, had anointed Philip Rivers as “the guy” this year in the NFL. He was going to take home the MVP honors and lead San Diego to a deep playoff wrong. Many, including myself were incorrect. Continue reading
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By Josh Kramer I am well aware that being a general manager or the owner of a professional sports franchise is no easy task. Granted I cannot speak from personal experience, but I can only imagine the difficulties of the … Continue reading