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Astros cheating: The tip of the iceberg

The average Major League Baseball player salary was just over $4 million a season last year for the 988 guys lucky enough to play in the big leagues. At that salary, I suppose we should be happy to know players […]

Astros cheating: The tip of the iceberg

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The average Major League Baseball player salary was just over $4 million a season last year for the 988 guys lucky enough to play in the big leagues. At that salary, I suppose we should be happy to know players […]

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Astros punished by MLB for their sign stealing scheme

“I find that the conduct of the Astros, and its senior baseball operations executives, merits significant discipline.” So said Commissioner of Major League Baseball, Rob Manfred in a 9-page

Michael Vick and our forgiveness problem

“If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime.” It’s a phrase we often hear in society. Unfortunately, if you happen to commit a crime and end up doing

Clippers have a great match against the Bucks

It’s still early in the season; the Los Angeles Clippers have only played 22 games (they have 60 more games to play), but the Clippers are looking like serious

Baltimore Ravens question: Who fears them the most?

Here’s a money question for you: Who fears the Baltimore Ravens the most right now? It is defensive coordinators who have to scheme to stop Lamar Jackson, who is turning

Nationals make history, winning the World Series

By now everyone has read, heard or watched the news: The House of Representatives voted to approve a resolution to lay out the rules of the ongoing impeachment inquiry.

World Series: The Astros now hold the advantage

The 2019 World Series has now moved back to Houston, Texas. Those of us who were convinced the Washington Nationals had this in the bag after games 1 and

Nationals are making history in the World Series

The 2019 Major League Baseball postseason was marked by two very different storylines between the two leagues. In the American League the playoffs advanced pretty much as everyone predicted,

The Nationals move on to the NLCS and the Dodgers start the off-season early

It was the kind of end to the season the Dodgers and their fans haven’t seen since 2015. This year the Dodgers didn’t even make it to the National

Antonio Brown: Where does he land next?

The endless saga of Antonio Brown seems to be the only story out there with enough legs to match the nonsense that comes from the Oval Office. This time

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