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Brien Taylor Missed the Plate, But H.S. Hurler Brady Aiken Is Looking To Rectify History 


We know the old sports cliché of one man’s triumph is another man’s tragedy. The long, often circuitous journey from local ball field phenom to pro status is filled with potential setbacks, pitfalls

There’s A Lot To Like About Kevin Love, But He’s Not A Franchise Player


When Kevin Love entered the league, the player he idolized and patterned his game after was the Washington Bullets ’78 Finals MVP Wes Unseld.

Unseld’s low center of gravity was inverse to his pension for auditing erran

Johnny Cueto Goes Luis Tiant on MLB


A professional baseball player’s lasting appeal and historical impact is largely determined by his production on the field, but just as memorable for some fans is the manner in which a player conducts his busines

The Washington Wizards Are Conjuring up a Playoff Berth


Can we give a shout out to the Washington Wizards? Can we take time out of our busy schedules to give up the props like Prodigy, Evil Dee and Buckshot? The putrid brand of basketball that fans of this

Expectations And Reality For 2014 NBA Trade Deadline SpeedTraders


Valentine’s Day may have come and gone, but it’s not to late for thirsty NBA teams to meet their matches. The first Thursday following the NBA All-Star br

MLB’s 2014 Hall Of Fame Ballot Was Announced 


Of the 19 new candidates on the 2014 Hall of Fame ballot--announced on Tuesday--former Cubs and Braves ace Greg Maddux and former White Sox basher Frank Thomas should ensure that th

Rookie Michael Wacha Throws Flames And Goes Hard In The Playoff Paint


The St. Louis Cardinals snagged Michael Wacha “Flocka Flames” with the 19th pick of the first round in 2012's MLB Draft. He came out

The Williams Sisters Are Matriarchs Of Black Women’s Tennis Takeover


The 2013 U.S. Open in Flushing, Queens has been a symbolic tournament for American tennis. Days after James Blake announced that the Open would be his swan song, the 33-year-old shot maker lost to Croatian Ivo Karlovic in the fourth round of the U.

Have NBA Stars Lost Their Streetball Soul?


Two years ago, the NBA’s usual five month layoff slipped into an eternal slumber. While millionaires and billionaires tussled over revenue sharing and max contracts, there was a renaissance taking place away from the negotiating tab

The Negro League Baseball Museum Is Not About Soapboxes


A guy once asked the late great Negro League player and ambassador Buck O’Neil, “Well, Mr. O’Neil, what do you think about steroids?”

O’Neil’s blunt reply: “The only reason we didn’t use stero