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Theo Epstein is the cursebreaker. In 2004, as the youngest general manager in MLB history, he was the genius architect of Bostons first world championship in 86 years. After winning two World Series with Boston, he joined the Cubs following the 201
The curse of the Cleveland Browns has engulfed the career of another young, rising NFL football mind, as the struggling franchise relieved 41-year-old Sashi Brown of his position as the Executive Vice President of football operations/de facto gener
Maybe all of those high-intensity, career-elevating innings that Aroldis Chapman posted in helping the Cubs win their first Worl
Yankees fans beware, GM Brian Cashman has basically already conceded next season to the Red Sox. The Yankees big splash signing of these Winter meetings so far has been a one-year deal for $13 million with an aging Matt Holliday. More of the tempor
Baseball hasn't been a viewing priority for me since perhaps the 5th or 6th grade. Back then, it was an excuse to sit on my grandfather's living room floor, sipping on more Pepsi Cola than I was allowed to have, as we watched the Los Angeles Dodger
What a game. What a series. What an unbelievable way to put a period behind the 2016 Major League Baseball season.
After a 108-year drought, the Chicago Cubs are once again World Series champions.
When Ben Zobrists 10th-inning dou
Aroldis Chapman makes closing look easy.
However, the uneasiness of October, the sudden ineptitude of Chicagos potent offense and the reality of possible elimination forced him into a Game 5 World Series situation unlike any in his illustriou
Carl Crawford’s been rocking a sour face for a minute, so the grin on his mug when he ba
Here’s where the contradiction begins.
(Long before they talked about it on The Sports Reporters.)
Last year’s World Series
The Boston Red Sox’s unexpectedly dope start to the 2013 season is further cause for doubt that Nostradamus could somehow predict the future. Entering the 2013 campaign, all of baseball’s highly paid soothsayers foresaw a rebuil
The Boston Red Sox’s unexpectedly dope start to the 2013 season is further cause for doubt that Nostradamus could somehow predict the future.
Entering the 2013 campaign, all of baseball’s highly paid soothsayers foresaw a rebuil