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Moneyball has seemingly become a recurring process over the years with the Oakland Athletics.
Tony Stewart killed someone, we saw it on tape, he's being investigated, and NASCAR has done nothing. Where is the public outrage?
If you think the NFL handles domestic violence poorly, you'll be stunned how the NBA and MLB punishes it.
Being in charge is never easy. You make enemies even when you attempt to do the right things because agreeing on proper punishments is something our society struggles with.
Michael Sam isn't worth the trouble is what Tony Dungy said and meant. It's not because he's anti-gay however.
From the here we go again file, National Football League owners want to put a franchise in Los Angeles and according to reports the barons of the gridiron are thinking about financing a stadium. Of course thinking about financing
Each year, there is an elaborate underground pipeline for incoming NFL talent that is well hidden inside the tunnels of the football off-season. There is very little media coverage for this event as it is a mere blip on
The official 2014 MLB All-Star votes are in, but I figured a story about that would be too boring. Instead, I decided to throw a change-up; the same MLB All-Star voting concept, but with a little twist. I grew
I recently wrote an article about how it is bad for the NBA to have its star players conspiring with one another to join the same team. I still stand by that premise because having one team loaded with
Winning seven of their last eight ballgames, including a three-game sweep of the New York Yankees, the Tampa Bay Rays are finally starting to show signs of life. As our re-energized squad continues to gain momentum heading towards the