The “most valuable player” award is always a fickle assessment. Taking each word at it’s literal meaning, the award should simply be handed to the player with the highest WAR, … Continue Reading Breaking Down the AL MVP Race Candidates
Last week, the Red Sox acquired lefty Drew Pomeranz from San Diego for the 18-year-old, prized pitching prospect Anderson Espinoza. The move drew ire from a fanbase that salivates over, … Continue Reading Red Sox’ Pomeranz Trade Provides Insight Into Organizational Philosophy
One can only imagine what goes on in Dave Dombrowski’s mind as he stoically watches the Red Sox lose their 19th game in their last 32. Or as Clay Buchholz … Continue Reading Are the Red Sox’ issues worth fixing?
He’s antagonized the media, persisted to play players out of position, and been too stubborn to admit the adversity he has faced. But now is the time to give Jurgen Klinsmann the credit he’s due.
Mark Richt is 145-51 at Georgia, with two SEC championships, nine bowl victories, six SEC East titles, and two coach of the year awards. He finished nine seasons in the … Continue Reading Arrogance and Ignorance: The Flaw In Firing Mark Richt
The teams that control their destiny: Clemson @South Carolina vs. North Carolina (ACC Championship) Their path: Led by sophomore standout quarterback, Deshaun Watson, Clemson sits in the pole position … Continue Reading Every Team’s Path to the College Football Playoff
The major ESPN project, dubbed Grantland.com, named after decorated sportswriter Grantland Rice, ceased production today after a four year run. The project, which was the brainchild of loud-mouthed, highly controversial … Continue Reading An Ode To Grantland: We Wouldn’t Exist Without You
(Caution: I am a devoted Patriots fan, with no desire to forge any sort of partiality. The content below is completely and utterly biased.) The sky is blue. Water is … Continue Reading An (Extremely Biased) Ode to Deflategate
It seems like we say it every year after free agency, but this offseason has once again shaken the league to its core. Everything from the disaster in Sacramento, where they are now considering firing George … Continue Reading Post NBA Offseason Power Rankings
The confetti has fallen, champagne bottles popped, and the Larry O’Brien trophy awarded to the Golden State Warriors. So 31 teams will focus their attention toward how they can eventually reach … Continue Reading Most Overrated And Underrated Players In The 2015 NBA Draft
A physically, emotionally, and mentally exhausted LeBron James stood in front of Doris Burke right after the biggest win in Cleveland Cavaliers history. “LeBron, what exactly did it take from … Continue Reading LeBron James is Even Greater Than You Think
In a sport deemed “boring,” “slow,” and generally talent-deficient, it sure seems as though nobody told a pair of 20-something superstars. Bryce Harper and Mike Trout are the talented duo … Continue Reading The Future of Major League Baseball: Harper vs. Trout
Atlanta has long garnered a reputation for being a bad sports town – and for good reason. While having made the playoffs three times since 2010, the Braves have … Continue Reading Can the Hawks Resurrect Atlanta Sports?
There will be no Kentucky vs. Duke matchup for the ages. No Towns vs. Okafor; no Coach K vs. Coach Cal; no battle of the bluebloods. But, for all the … Continue Reading A Running Diary of the National Championship Game… What Actually Happened?
“We’re not a perfect team. We’re undefeated, but were not perfect.” The words of Coach John Calipari come on the heels of Kentucky’s closest encounter so far this season. Notre … Continue Reading Keys To A Wisconsin Win Over Kentucky
The bracket kicks off with the region of death, if only because of the team up at the top. The moment the committee announced Kentucky would be playing in the … Continue Reading Midwest Region Preview