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Why you hate me?

Why you hate me?

 

Bartolo Colon (Who probably won’t be on the Mets come August) will be your Opening Day starter for 2015.  Guess what? I don’t give a crap and neither should you. Opening Day is meaningless and you need to stop raging about it.  Read a book, hug your wife/kids.  This is not worth it.

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We love a personality in sports. As fans, it gives us an insight into an athlete’s mind, and more often than not provides a little extra drama in what’s already the most exciting and entertaining industry on the planet.

From Richard Sherman’s infamous rant last year, to the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Mario Balotelli, and Floyd Mayweather who all light up their sports with their personalities. Particularly in a world where social media is a first port of call for most.

But having personality in sports is far from simply entertaining us. It’s as important as talent itself and can be the difference from being a champion and, well, not.
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R.I.P. Anthony Mason

February 28, 2015 by

Anthony Mason, a 13 year NBA veteran, has died due to complications of congestive heart failure. He spent his career playing for the New York Knicks, Charlotte Hornets, Miami Heat, and Milwaukee Bucks. However, as a man that bleeds orange and blue, I’ll always remember him as being a key cog for the Knicks during many of their playoff runs in the early to mid 90’s.  Read the rest of this entry »

David+Ragan+Charlotte+Motor+Speedway+Day+3+80ZmLGE65AxlThe same day Kyle Busch leaves an area hospital in Florida, Joe Gibbs Racing announces who will strap in behind the wheel of his No. 18 Toyota Camry for an unknown period of time.

According to the team’s release, David Ragan “will pilot the No. 18 M&M’s Crispy Toyota for at least the next several weeks.” Currently there is no timetable on Busch’s recovery.

Busch, who was injured in the Xfinity Series race at Daytona International Speedway on Saturday, suffered a compound fracture in his lower right leg and a broken left foot. Read the rest of this entry »

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IPL: Good for the game?

February 5, 2015 by

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Despite the fact that India has long been one of the world’s most cricket mad countries, for a long period it lacked a domestic league which drew genuine international attention and star power. That all changed back in 2008 with the inauguration of the IPL T20, in which 8 franchises compete in a T20 (20 overs per side) league. T20 Cricket is faster, higher scoring and generally more appealing to TV audiences than full day events and the IPL has quickly become the world’s most commercially successful cricket league. Read the rest of this entry »

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A Dallas Cowboys fan heckled former NY Giants RB Brandon Jacobs on Twitter Monday night, and Jacobs let him have it (NSFW language after the jump) :

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Photo courtesy of Totalpackers.com

Photo courtesy of Totalpackers.com

The Seattle Seahawks are the hottest team in football right now. but the hottest player in football is on the Green Bay Packers.  On Wednesday, the Pro Football Writers of America, or PFWA, announced that they are naming Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers as the Offensive MVP of the NFL. This is the second time Rodgers has won this award, the first coming back in 2011. He becomes the 7th player to win the PFWA award more than twice in their career.
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The new Avengers 2: Age of Ultron trailer came out and it looks off the hook. More Ultrons. More Hulk Smashes! More Iron Man in a Hulk Buster suit getting smashed by Hulk! Oh snap! More a lot of things that are getting me excited for May 1st, 2015. Check out the trailer after the jump. Read the rest of this entry »

I expect this to be overturned…

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Will Cole Hamels be traded?

December 23, 2014 by

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The status of Philadelphia Phillies staff ace Cole Hamels has been a hot topic this off season. Hamels has lead the Phillies to a World Series Championship in 2008 and several successful seasons, but it will take many years for the Phillies to get back to their former glory. With an aging core, the Phillies have begun the rebuilding  process after another disappointing year. Jimmy Rollins was the first of the aging Phillies players to get shipped out. Is Cole Hamels next?

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