August 07

Why I’m Not Putting Much Stock in QB Mark Sanchez Starting in Preseason Opener

Head coach of the New York Jets, Rex Ryan, has already named a starter for the Jets’ preseason opener against the Detroit Lions on Friday night. Who’s the starter? Mark Sanchez. Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg said that Sanchez has “earned” the starting position. Mornhinweg also said how Sanchez has had “an outstanding training camp. To some, this […]

July 22

Jagr Signs One-Year Deal With Devils

The New Jersey Devils have started to try to fill the holes left by the loss of Kovalchuk and Clarkson by acquiring two-time Stanley Cup Champion Jaromir Jagr.  This is a huge acquisition for the Devils’ offense, because even though Jagr is at the age of 41 he can still produce on the ice.  Last […]

July 13

Yankees’ Bat’s Dead During Loss

It was a tough loss for Phil Hughes and the Yankees today.  Hughes really had a nice outing in today’s loss, but he had a few bad pitches that turned into homeruns and once again the Yankees’ bats were dead.   Hughes went for 7.1 innings pitched with 5 hits and 10 strike outs.  The Twins […]

July 13

The Captian’s Return

  After 91 games Derek Jeter finally came back from breaking his ankle in the American League Championship Series last season, and in the first game back he has already injured himself.  In his first game back on Thursday, Jeter went 1 for 4 with a single before being pulled out of his season debut.  […]

July 11

Kovalchuk Announces Retirement Leaving the Devils Scrambling

  Well this could be one of the saddest days in New Jersey Devils history.  After losing Zach Parise last season, everyone thought it couldn’t get worse, well somehow it did today.   Moments ago Devils superstar Ilya Kovalchuk announced his retirement from the NHL and will return home to Russia.  Not one person, other than […]

July 11

Ranking the 2013 NFL Fantasy Tight Ends

This year’s tight end group is a crap shoot.  Other than Jimmy Graham, all the other top tight ends come with some uncertainty.  We don’t know how healthy Rob Gronkowski will be,  who knows how much Tony Gonzalez has left and Jason Witten isn’t the red zone threat that he used to be.  We will […]

July 10

Why Matt Harvey Shouldn’t Have an Innings Limit

I have to start off this article saying this.  I’m a former Division I pitcher who played at a big program.  I went through the same riggers of college as Matt Harvey.  So, I know what I’m talking about when it comes to the wear and tear on the body.  This article is going to […]

July 09

Ranking the 2013 NFL Fantasy Wide Receivers

  This year’s receiving corps is very talented.  Lead by Calvin Johnson, it is one of the best I’ve seen in years.  Everyone in the top ten has the potential to break the 1300 yard plateau.  I can see someone setting the single season receiving record, most likely Johnson, again for the second straight season.  […]

July 08

Victor Cruz To Remain a Giant; Is Hakeem Nicks Next?

The nightmare is over, New York Giants fans! WR Victor Cruz has agreed to a six-year, $46 million contract to keep the salsa-dancing star in the “big blue”. The new contract comes after Cruz signed a first-round restricted free agent tender in June and after months of stalled negotiations. The past two seasons, Cruz has […]

July 08

Ranking the 2013 NFL Fantasy Running Backs

This year’s running back class is very top heavy.  Other than Adrian Peterson, Ray Rice, and Arian Foster, none of the backs are very experienced.  This doesn’t mean that there isn’t talent in the running backs corps this year.  Many of the backs are just greater risks then the top picks.  This is how I […]