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IS STANTON TRADE IN THE BEST INTERESTS OF BASEBALL?

I would like to see baseball commissioner Rob Manfred don his “Bowie Kuhn” cap and veto the trade of Giancarlo Stanton to the New York Yankees, telling us that this trade “Is not in the best interest of baseball.”  The … Continue reading

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SOMETIMES “STEADY” VERSUS “FLASHY” CAN GET A PLAYER ELECTED INTO THE BASEBALL HALL OF FAME

Most of the time, when a former major league player gets elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame, it is as a result of his reputation as being “flashy” as well as putting up impressive numbers during a long and … Continue reading

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PLENTY OF REASONS TO GIVE THANKS

Author’s Note:  A couple of weeks ago, someone told me that they would like to have me write about things other than sports. So, with that in mind, here is my latest.      Another Thanksgiving has come and gone and … Continue reading

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FREE AGENT FRENZY IS UNDERWAY FOR MLB PLAYERS, TEAMS…WHO IS GOING WHERE?

Here we go again…the time of the season when teams try to sign a free agent or two that will help them “get over the hump” and into the World Series. At the same time, there are players…free agents, who … Continue reading

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TWO MORE UN-DESERVING MLB MANAGERS GET FIRED

Quick, now:  what do John Farrell and Dusty Baker have in common?  Their teams both won 93+ games over the past two seasons? Nope. That their teams won consecutive Division titles? Uh-Uh!  Oh, those are very good answers!  How about … Continue reading

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CFB: MID AMERICAN CONFERENCE UPSETS ARE NO LONGER UPSETS

This coming Saturday, there is a college football game scheduled that will be so far under the radar, no one will notice it.  None of the predictors on College Game Day will say a thing about this one; however, if … Continue reading

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A COMEBACK FOR THE AGES…AGAIN!

This past January 2, in the Rose Bowl, the USC Trojans trailed the Penn State Nittany Lions by a score of 49-35 entering the fourth quarter.  The Trojans rallied to tie the game and, with no time showing on the … Continue reading

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