Wanna know how my day started? Here, I’ll show you: Continue reading “Atlanta Braves Change Course, Now What?”
David Burke stopped by Locker Talk for the first of two parts to discuss the NFL’s offseason moves and all things summer blockbusters.
**Update (9:36 p.m., 2/7/2013): Reports have the agreement between Felix Hernandez and the Seattle Mariners as a five-year extension (beginning in 2015) worth $135.5 million dollars ($27.1 million dollars annually will make him the highest annually paid pitcher in baseball history)**
For the sake of the article lets assume that Jack Zduriencik, general manager of the Seattle Mariners, is a smart man.
While I personally do not understand what he is doing with this franchise, lets all assume that the reported seven-year, $175 million dollar deal they have with Felix Hernandez was necessary for them as a team and that it will be good for them in the long run. Continue reading “Seattle Mariners Deal With Felix Hernandez Will Set Off Major Free Agent Movement For Young Pitchers”
Well the writers let their voices be heard regarding their choice for Rookie of the Year in the American and National League this 2012 Major League Baseball season.
In the National League they got it wrong. Continue reading “Major League Baseball Off-Season 2012: Arizona Diamondbacks Wade Miley Should Win The Rookie Of The Year Award, Not Nationals Bryce Harper (Updated)”
Dwight Howard is right about one thing. As long as he is in Orlando he will never win an NBA title. As it looks right now as long as anyone is in Orlando they will never win a championship. Continue reading “Know Why The Orlando Magic Won’t Win An NBA Title? Look No Further Than The Front Office”
Well it finally happened. The NFL has released their 2012-2013 season schedule and it isn’t without the usual fanfare as you would expect. It took me a couple of days to fully process what I was looking at. Continue reading “National Football League 2012 Offseason: The Good, The Bad, And The Really Funny About The 2012-2013 NFL Schedule”
Bryce Harper, first-round #1 (overall) pick of the Washington Nationals in 2010, swinging a 47 ounce bat. Watch how fast his hands are when he switches back to the 34 ounce. Not sure what to expect from him just yet but he does have the tools to be great.