One of my favorite things about Taylor Rooks (besides the obvious talent for what she does) was the sheer joy and enthusiasm she brings to it. She also has the courage in the media to speak out on things that matter. And that is something I always appreciate. Continue reading “S2, Ep. 17: Taylor Rooks, Sportsnet New York Anchor/Host of Timeout With Taylor Rooks”
They had it.
I keep repeating that phrase over and over again as I go over the many ways the Atlanta Falcons cost themselves their first Super Bowl Championship in franchise history. Continue reading “Super Bowl 51: The New England Patriots Won, And The Atlanta Falcons Only Have Themselves To Blame”
Before I even had the opportunity to hide an Easter egg the Braves pulled off a stunner of a trade. Craig Kimbrel, the undisputed best closer in Major League Baseball, is now a San Diego Padre. Continue reading “MLB 2015: Making Sense Of Craig Kimbrel Trade”
Wanna know how my day started? Here, I’ll show you: Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Change Course, Now What?”
Seven years. Two Wild Cards. One National League East championship.
Since 2009 the Atlanta Braves have averaged 92 wins per season. Only the New York Yankees have won more regular season games than the Braves during the same time. Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2014: Why November 22nd, 2013 Was The Real Beginning Of The End For Frank Wren”
Pack it up, folks. The 2014 Atlanta Braves are finished, done, nothing to see here.
That is, of course, if you believe Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2014: Medlen, Beachy Injuries Not Enough To Write Off Atlanta Braves”
To say this is my favorite time would be an understatement.
I’m not talking about the approaching March Madness or the incessant NFL draft conversation (although I’ll be weighing in on that later this Spring), I’m talking about the most glorious words any snow-covered East coast dweller can hear: Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2014: 5 Early Spring Training Storylines To Keep An Eye On”
So the title is misleading right? Options for replacing Calvin Johnson and Julio Jones don’t exist. Promise. Don’t believe it? Look at the stat leaders through week five. Continue reading “Fantasy Football 2013: Calvin Johnson, Julio Jones Replacement Options”
I know it has only been a week, but how exciting is it to have baseball back? So many things happened opening week it will be hard to put it in one list. Lets give it a try, eh? (the “eh” is for all my Blue Jay fans out there) Continue reading “Major League Baseball 2013: Happenings From Opening Week In The Bigs”
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