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Baltimore Orioles Looking For Fans

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Editorial, MLB,

“Goodbye B.J. Ryan, Tejada wants to leave,  and we still have Sammy Sosa.  I need a hug.” A funny thing happened on my way to the mailbox today.  I received a special invitation to get a jump on 2006 Oriole tickets.  “A Special Invitation for our most loyal fans”.  Yes, for those who were wondering, I live in New York City.  While I did attend two games at Camden Yards last year, I don’t think …

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Early NBA Awards

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Posted by Edwin Soto
Categories: Editorial, NBA,

Mark Stein at ESPN.com has brought us a “best of the best - so far” of the young NBA season.  Do you agree or are there any cop outs here?  Let us know… East MVP of the Trimester Chauncey Billups West MVP of the Trimester Dirk Nowitzki Coach of the Trimester Flip Saunders Rookie of the Trimester Chris Paul Sixth Man of the Trimester Mo Williams Defensive Player of the Trimester Marcus Camby Comeback Player of …

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Panthers Try and Make a Run

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Posted by Edwin Soto
Categories: NHL,

Florida at the beginning of what seemed to be a long and difficult uphill climb, have now surfaced with some pizzaz of actual contenders for the playoffs.  Between October 27 and November 23 they lost 12 games in a row but now led by an unlikely Jozef Stumpel, the Panthers are making a huge turnaround.  Stumple has scored 16 points in December so far, a distant cry from what his contribution was prior to this month.  …

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Baseball Hall Of Fame Debate

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Editorial, MLB,

The headline for the MLB section of ESPN.com is A Helping of Rice.  This is a story of Jim Rice belonging to the Hall of Fame, and in my opinion, this story is an absolute joke. The writer who covers this subject, Sean McAdam states right off the bat:  “For 11 years, I’ve resisted voting for Jim Rice for the Hall of Fame. This year, I plan to right that wrong.”  Ok let me get …

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Will the Saints Stay in New Orleans?

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Posted by Benjamin VanWinkle
Categories: NFL,

With the flooding of New Orleans and heavy damage to the Superdome, the Saints lost their home stadium.  New Orleans is a relatively poor city, and faced with massive rebuilding and re-engineering costs it’s hard to imagine a speedy replacement or repair of the stadium. Team owner Tom Benson has found a temporary home field for the team in San Antonio.  Rumor has it he wants to make the move permanent, although he says “no decisions …

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Coach Byron Scott Has The Hornets Surprisng

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Editorial, Front Office, NBA,

The season did not start well for the New Orleans Hornets, the hurricane floods had forced the team move their home games to Oklahoma, their neighbors to the Northwest. Byron Scott was introduced as the team’s new coach last year, after Tim Floyd’s one year stint. Scott inherited a team that included Baron Davis, Jamal Mashburn, and Jamaal Magloire. Things went south pretty quickly with injuries and they went from a playoff contender to a team …

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NFL Week 15 Reminder

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NFL, Playoffs,

Hey NFL fans, just a friendly reminder that three games on the schedule this week is slated for Saturday.  With playoff implications on the line, you won’t want to miss the results.  Plus, fantasy players might miss their chance to correctly insert the right lineup. The matchups on Saturday are:Tampa Bay at New England Kansas City at New York Giants Denver at Buffalo Giants will miss middle-linebacker Antonio Pierce, so this could play into the hands …

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Penguins May Leave Pittsburgh

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Front Office, NHL,

The last placed Penguins with new rookie sensation Sidney Crosby may have to change their address after the ‘06-07 season, when their lease at Mellon Arena expires.  Penguins already have such a good history in Pittsburgh, they used to have a cool nickname for their stadium- the Igloo, but Mellon Arena is the oldest and smallest arena in the National Hockey League.  It’s been tough sports-wise for the city of Pittsburgh since 1992, if it …

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New Jersey Nets Early Struggles

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: NBA,

The team that has been avoiding some criticism so far in the young NBA season has been the New Jersey Nets.  Most analyst thought they would be atop of the Atlantic division, winning around 45-55 games this season.  Currently they are 9-11, got spanked by the Washington Wizards 94-74 yesterday who didn’t even suit up their best player, Gilbert Arenas. This early struggle might be a hex put on by Shareef Abdur-Rahim, who was all set …

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Lebron James Has a Famous Fan

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Posted by Jeff Chan
Categories: Athletes, NBA, Rumors, Tennis,

Tennis superstar Maria Sharapova has quickly become a fan of the NBA and James, whom she met at the ESPY Awards in July. “We have similar lives and we travel so much,” said Sharapova, who was in town to meet with sponsors and stayed for the game. “He’s funny, a great guy.” So LeBron how’s your tennis game? “Terrible,” he said. “But I’m good at virtual tennis on the X-Box.”   Be a gentleman Lebron, no …

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