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  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    With several strong options at pitcher, AL manager Ned Yost and NL counterpart Bruce Bochy just named their respective team’s starter. Dallas Keuchel will open up the game against Zack Greinke, although they will most likely only pitch one inning apiece. Keuchel leads the AL in wins (11) and innings pitched (137.1) as the ace of one of the MLB’s most surprising team. On the...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    The MLB season opened with the St. Louis Cardinals, and the first half of the season wrapped up with them. However, the past two games for the Cardinals have been heartbreakers, having faced their division rival Pirates. Both games have gone to extra innings, and both have ended in a Pirates come from behind walkoff victory. On Saturday, St. Louis led by two in the 8th, one in the...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    It was considered a bold move, but Jordan Spieth went ahead and competed in the John Deere Classic this past weekend. And he proved that it was a great idea, as he took home the title in a two-hole playoff with Tom Gillis. Down a few strokes on the back nine, Spieth came roaring back, almost as if it was to be expected. The win marks his second there and fourth of the year, as he will head...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    Whether you like sports or not, you're paying for it. John Oliver talks about how billions of our hard-earned money is being used for sports stadiums, despite the team's owners being good for it. The speech will make you think twice about the amazing luxury boxes and swimming pools inside the stadiums. (Warning: Some parts of the video are NSFW)We should all get into games free...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    Every athlete has their own unique way of celebrating, and anybody watching Novak Djokovic’s victory over Roger Federer at Wimbledon surely saw how he embraced the moment. Right after he won and shook hands with the chair umpire, he reached down to the famous grass on the court. He ripped out a few pieces and began chomping away on it. The action required a double-take from viewers to...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 weeks 1 day ago
    What's ok and what's not in the world of journalism. These days the line between right and wrong is severely blurred. After news broke that Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul may have his finger amputated, Adam Schefter caught a lot of flack for tweeting his medical records. In an interview with SI.com, the ESPN NFL insider defended his actions. "...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 3 days ago
    Several weeks after his appeal, Greg Hardy’s suspension has been cut from 10 to 4 games for the upcoming NFL season. The suspension came about for his alleged involvement in a domestic abuse case. The troubled NFL star was suspended for 15 games last season with the Carolina Panthers. The Cowboys certainly have to be glad that Hardy will be on the field for more games, having signed...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 3 days ago
    After Mark Cuban explained his frustration in DeAndre Jordan flopping on his contract, Mavericks star Chandler Parsons lashed out at the Clippers’ center. Parsons had been celebrating the new signing, until he found out that he flipped on his decision. On Jordan, he believes that “he wasn’t ready to be a franchise player. He was scared.” While Parsons saw the huge...
  • By Josh Hamburger, 2 weeks 4 days ago
    After defeating Japan in the World Cup this past Sunday, the USWNT celebrated as part of a historic parade in NYC. The parade down the famed Canyon of Heroes honored this team, making them the first women’s sport team to receive such an event. Ticker-tape parades on this same route in NYC have been ongoing since 1886, often honoring politicians and New York championship teams. The...
  • By Jasmine Watkins, 2 weeks 4 days ago
    The Texans are the newest team to be featured on "Hard Knocks," must to the dismay of J.J. Watt. The Houston star has said he wasn't into the idea of cameras at practice, but he's going to learn to live with it. In the HBO trailer, the show takes a look at the past while giving a sneak peek in to what's to come with the Texans. 2015 Trailer

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