Monthly Archives: June 2017

Posted on June 30, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine After a brief stint on the DL with a strained quad, the Cincinnati Reds activated shortstop Zack Cozart from the 10-day DL on Friday. On the surface, Cozart’s return means that the Reds have one month left to showcase him for a possible trade. It makes sense […]

Posted on June 30, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine At the start of the NBA playoffs, there were 16 teams vying for a title. Eventually, 15 teams went home losers, as the Golden State Warriors won their second championship in three years. But there was another loser during the NBA playoffs, a big loser. That loser […]

Posted on June 30, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine Thursday was a rough day for the Washington Nationals. The club saw its bullpen blow yet another lead in a loss to the Cubs. Then to add injury to insult, the Nationals have lost shortstop Trea Turner for the foreseeable future. Turner suffered a broken wrist in […]

Posted on June 29, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine The end of the line may have finally arrived for ageless wonder Bartolo Colon. On Thursday, the Atlanta Braves announced that they have designated Colon for assignment. The move comes one day after Colon allowed six runs on eight hits over four innings against the San Diego […]

Posted on June 29, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine A wrench has been thrown into the tight race atop the NL Central. The Milwaukee Brewers are set to lose ace Chase Anderson for the foreseeable future. Anderson is likely to land on the DL Thursday after suffering a strained oblique during Wednesday’s loss to the Reds. […]

Posted on June 29, 2017, by Travis Pulver When the Houston Rockets lost Dwight Howard last off-season and hired Mike D’Antoni, few thought they would be competitive. But they ended up being much more than just competitive. They were one of the best teams in the NBA. But no one aims to be ‘one of […]

Posted on June 28, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine Chicago Cubs catcher Miguel Montero has literally talked himself out of a job. The Cubs designated Montero for assignment on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after he publicly criticized Cubs starter Jake Arrieta. The Cubs have not officially announced the move. But Montero told reporters that Cubs president […]

Posted on June 28, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine The never-ending parade of injuries to hit the New York Mets this season continues to be, well, never-ending. The latest to hit the injury list is starting pitcher Robert Gsellman, who pulled his hamstring during Tuesday’s loss to the Marlins. Gsellman suffered the injury trying to beat […]

Posted on June 27, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine The Atlanta Braves are not what you would call a bona fide contender at the moment. They began Tuesday three games under .500 and 8.5 games out of first place in the NL East. But that may not stop the Braves from acting like contenders during the […]

Posted on June 27, 2017, by Travis Pulver The NFL has made a big show out of its yearly awards for a while now. For the most part, it has been well-received. So, when the NBA announced that it would be doing the same this year, the fans didn’t think anything of it. If the […]

Posted on June 27, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine The Texas Rangers waited nearly two months to get ace Cole Hamels back from the DL. Unfortunately, his return from an oblique strain on Monday did not go as he or the team would have liked. Hamels surrendered seven runs over 4.1 innings against the Indians. He […]

Posted on June 26, 2017, by Travis Pulver At this time of year, just about the only time, there is news about an NFL player it is because he’s been arrested or injured playing basketball or slipping at the pool. While everyone is taking one last vacation before training camp, there just isn’t anything of […]

Posted on June 26, 2017, by Bryan Zarpentine The first trade of the summer trade season has been completed. In a deal completed Monday afternoon, the Tampa Bay Rays have acquired shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria from the Miami Marlins. The Marlins receive two prospects, outfielder Braxton Lee and pitcher Ethan Clark, as part of the trade. […]

Posted on June 26, 2017, by Travis Pulver At one point in time, the Oakland Raiders were thought of as the bad boys of the NFL. It was an image cultivated from the top down. Former owner Al Davis had no problem thumbing his nose at the establishment. If a player had big play potential, […]

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