Why Talents Like Osuna & Chapman are Like Landfills
I don't have a problem with the Astros trading for Osuna, but would I celebrate the deal if it were my team? No.
Caution: Mets Fandom Can Cause Depression, Help is Available
The Mets are 46-64, 16 games out of first place in the NL East and might be remembered best this season for a pitcher contracting hand-foot-and-mouth disease and batting out of order.
ESPN's Dan Dakich Breaks Down TBT and Jimmer Fredette
Jimmer is stirring up nostalgia and nightmares; the first from fans of his while at BYU and the second from players who tried to defend him.
Team Fredette is Two Wins Away from $2 Million
Jimmer Fredette has been the star of this summer's The Basketball Tournament and Gloversville's EJ Gallup says he has the best job on Team Fredette: Jimmer's backup and knock down shooter off the bench
Do Chad Brown & Bob Edwards Have the Right Magic This Summer?
There was no question about which was the best horse in the Haskell Invitational on Sunday at Monmouth Park. Not before and not after.
Jeff Francoeur on What Makes Chipper Jones One of the Greats
Jeff Francoeur was in Cooperstown this past weekend with a front row seat to see his buddy and former teammate Chipper Jones go into the Hall of Fame. For years as a player, Francoeur had a different up-close vantage point.
Bob Baffert on Justify's Retirement, Injury and Impending Pay Day
For all the thrills and memories Triple Crown-winning Justify provided the world of horse racing, his Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith, his Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert and his owners, the retirement of the three-year old legend isn't made any easier by that success.
MLB Network's Mark DeRosa on the Deadline, HOF Weekend & Hustle
The Yankees, Red Sox and Mets are making moves, DeRosa's buddy Chipper Jones heads to Cooperstown and the 16-year big leaguer discusses lack of hustle on the diamond
Lack of Hustle Headlines Latest Struggles at the Trop
Not that I could find a lot of wiggle room to excuse a player for not running out a ground ball in, let's say, the final at-bat of a blowout, but in a one run game with the bases loaded down to your team's last out? Inexcusable. An absolutely benchable offense.
Team Fredette Moves on in TBT, Robbie Hummel Breaks It Down
Team Fredette won two games over the weekend in the $2 million dollar winner-take-all The Basketball Tournament on the back of 32 and 30-point performances from Jimmer.
Empire Lose On Field, But Win Off The Field
The worst performance of the season came at the wrong time for the Albany Empire, and it cost them a spot in the championship game. But
Empire Season Ends One Win Short of Arena Bowl
It won't come as much of a consolation, but it's difficult to define the inaugural season of the Albany Empire franchise as anything but a success.
Your Boy Swish: Always-Energetic Nick Swisher on MLB's 2nd Half
Swisher immediately endeared himself to Yankees fans when he joined the team in 2009, serving as a key member of that World Series championship team and nine years later, the 12-year big leaguer made a splash in Albany at the Center for Disability Services.
Malachi Jones Continues Historic Rookie Season with Empire
No rookie in AFL history has won Wide Receiver of the Year. That is until this season. Malachi Jones is a shoo-in to win Rookie of the Year, but he's one-upped even himself.
Cashman Made Correct Decision Passing On Machado
I am glad to see Yankees general manager Brian Cashman use some common sense when it came to Manny Machado
USWNT great Julie Foudy on the World Cup & soccer in the USA
No United States, none of the sport's biggest names deep into the tournament and a very premature departure by the defending champs, yet the buzz around the World Cup could not have been bigger.
Yankees Must Make Move For Starter To Keep Pace With Sox
The Boston Red Sox completed the first half of the season with a 68-30 record, the best in the Majors.
Jaime Schultz is Making the Most of His Call to the Bigs
In his three appearances out of Tampa Bay's bullpen, Schultz has six strikeouts with an arsenal of pitches that include a fastball into the high 90s as well as a knee-buckling curveball.
Cespedes at First Base, Tebow at Citi Field? What's Next for Mets
Despite the lack of wins, this franchise never ceases to stay interesting. In addition to the potential Cespedes position change, Tim Tebow feels like he gets closer to the majors with every day that passes.
Former USMNT Midfielder Cobi Jones Previews World Cup Final
You might think there has been a lack of stardom with each passing round of the World Cup, but you can't deny the drama created by closely contested games often leading to late stoppage/extra time goals and shootouts.