It has been roughly two and a half weeks since LeBron James took the sports world by storm and bought out one hour of ESPN programming to tell all that he would be “taking his talents to South Beach”. Although time has slightly faded, “The Decision” still resonates. LeBron James is now a member of [...]
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The Tampa Bay Rays and the New York Yankees met this past weekend in a series that could symbolize the remainder of the season in the American League East. The Yankees and Rays carry some of the biggest names in baseball today and are each trying to distance themselves from the third-place Boston Red Sox. [...]
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Always newsworthy Chicago Cubs manager Lou Piniella came out Tuesday with the statement that he will retire at the end of the season, bringing to an end a wonderful career that includes 18 years in the major leagues as a player and another 22 as a manager. I know Lou is a true “baseball guy”, [...]
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For the Florida Gators football team, the departure of Tim Tebow means that a new era will be ushered into Gainesville, Fla. Tebow, who now plays for the Denver Broncos, takes with him one of the most popular and demanded legacies in the history of collegiate memorabilia. Stepping in for the Gators will be a [...]
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The MLB All-Star break has become the obligatory time to reminisce on the baseball season’s first half and look forward to its final few months. The 2010 season has already been a very memorable one with plenty of milestones, two no-hitters and two perfect games (three if you would like to make the Armando Galarraga [...]
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