Charlie Clarke — who has now been contributing quality MLB related content to this blog for about a month now and knows just as much baseball as anyone — and I will be grading just how well your team actually did for itself.
All the greatest storylines of the incredible upcoming 2016 CFB season. & new content on the site.
The MLB non-waiver trade deadline is August 1 and the Texas Rangers, are among the playoff contenders looking to make a move(s). The big question for baseball fans across the country, which player is the best value? Read more>
Everything I’ve read that still sticks with me. I’m sure I’ve forgotten some, but a good place to start.
Dirk and Duncan, two franchise icons. They played over 100 times, won 6 total championships, and have 3 MVPs between them. Their once great rivalry is fitting to their equally successful careers.
So few players spend their entire career with one organization. The longer their career lasts, the more likely it becomes time for a change. For Dirk, that change has all been able to take place within the organization.
Good things do not always happen to those who wait, but when it comes to 41, there is no better example of loyalty paying off.
Not since Moses Malone became a 76er in 1982, has a league MVP-candidate left their own team to join a proven title contender. With all the excitement and assumed success Durant is bringing to Oakland, he is also taking all of his talent and fame away from Oklahoma City. Which has expectantly left many Oklahoma City fans upset.