While this summer’s transfer rumors were headlined by the likes of Alexis Sanchez, Romelu Lukaku, and David de Gea, one man’s transfer request has successfully unhinged the entirety of the … Continue Reading Ronaldo Transfer Set to Highlight Summer of Soccer Shakeups
For a few weeks this winter, it seemed that analysts just couldn’t stop yammering about the Chris Sale trade. And for Aroldis Chapman, his face was plastered across MLB Network for … Continue Reading Impactful MLB Offseason Moves Nobody’s Talking About
After an eight year absence, baseball and softball have returned to the Olympics. In the 2020 Tokyo Games, baseball will be played for the first time since Beijing in 2008. … Continue Reading Forecasting the United States Olympic Baseball Team
Bryce Harper has every quality of a superstar. He has world-class talent, passion for the game, and let’s not forget, the hair to go along with it. He fits the … Continue Reading Bryce Harper: The 400 Million Dollar Man?
With a World Series title finally in the bag, Cub fans aren’t just hopeful for a championship repeat – they’re expecting it. Although Chicago is in a position that leaves … Continue Reading Repeat Roadblocks: Cubs Offseason Challenges
The North Side of Chicago does not want to hear anything else about history. They’ve heard it all before. They know it’s been 108 years since the Cubs have claimed a … Continue Reading How Chicago Can Capitalize on Their World Series Chance
Since baseball’s origination, teams have had the task of crafting a winning roster. Many have tried and failed over the course of Major League history. After all, just one of … Continue Reading There’s No Template for Building the Perfect MLB Team
This article is a part of the Take Notice Column. This column serves to bring the attention of the reader to a new, unique, and / or radical point of … Continue Reading A-Rod Isn’t The Villain You Think He Is
The international footballing world was taken by surprise, to say the least, when Argentinian star forward Lionel Messi announced his retirement from the national team. It had been only hours … Continue Reading Argentina Minus Messi: A Nation Without its Captain
Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game is unique in many ways. The fans, managers, and players all have a significant impact on roster selection for each league and the game itself is noteworthy … Continue Reading Fixing the MLB All-Star Voting Controversy
The last three years have been pretty tough for Chicago baseball fans. Cubs fans saw their team’s best chance at a World Series title this decade end rather anticlimactically with … Continue Reading How the Chicago White Sox Can Stay Hot
This article is a part of the Take Notice Column. This column serves to bring the attention of the reader to a new, unique, and / or radical point of … Continue Reading Take Notice: Defensive Catchers Are Necessary In The American League
This article is a part of the Take Notice Column. This column serves to bring the attention of the reader to a new, unique, and / or radical point of … Continue Reading Take Notice: The Future Of The “One and Done” Is Bleak
Baseball season is close enough to taste. Spring Training is in full swing, weird jerseys and all, and teams are drawing closer to finalizing their Opening Day rosters. On this … Continue Reading 3 Under-the-Radar Hitters to Watch This MLB Season
While Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton smiled throughout the Super Bowl media days leading up to the big game, it was Peyton Manning that was all smiles afterwards.
Over the past few years, the NFL has been surrounded by negative publicity due to the amount of player arrests, the rising issue of concussions, and of course, its inability to … Continue Reading An Ode to the NFL Playoffs – Thank You