It’s still “early” in baseball terms, but Josh Hamilton and Matt Kemp have done nothing but put on shows. Their superb play has gotten more attention than Philip Humber’s perfect game. Hamilton and Kemp are going for the Triple Crown in their respective leagues. The Triple Crown is revered, by many, to be the greatest single-season accomplishment in all of baseball. … [Read more...] about Josh Hamilton and Matt Kemp Are Threats For The Triple Crown
The biggest story of this past sports weekend was the Milwaukee Brewers’ Ryan Braun testing positive for performance enhancing drugs. The NL MVP vehemently denies he took the PEDs but he already seems convicted in the court of public opinion. Given what MLB was from 1994-2009 you can understand why new speculation about steroid use is at an all-time high. … [Read more...] about Next Superstar to have Positive PEDs Test? Tiger? Pujols? Poll Results
It is amazing that as the NFL and NBA recently concluded labor disputes their popularity isn't suffering as much as Major League Baseball; who are losing the youth demographic. The decision for L.A. Angels owner Artie Moreno to pay Albert Pujols two hundred fifty four million dollars over ten years is ludicrous and absurd. Say that again $254 million over 10 years. There is … [Read more...] about L.A. Angels’ Albert Pujols Contract is Nonsensical
Before leaving Dallas and the Winter Meetings on Thursday, Chicago Cubs President of Baseball Operations Theo Epstein and General Manager Jed Hoyer did manage to make one move. No, it wasn't signing Albert Pujols or CJ Wilson (both of whom signed with the Angels), but instead it was a trade, acquiring third baseman Ian Stewart from the Colorado Rockies. They also acquired minor … [Read more...] about Cubs Trade Tyler Colvin to Colorado Rockies for Ian Stewart
On a sports day that had been dominated by news of Albert Pujols leaving the St. Louis Cardinals to head to Anaheim and the Angels, one could have reasonably expected a good night's rest and relaxation. Instead, sports writers had to put on the coffee and gear up for another huge story, because the New Orleans Hornets stunned the basketball world and dealt star point guard … [Read more...] about Already? Stern, NBA Step in it by Nullifying Chris Paul Lakers Trade
'Whenever older sports fans are goaded into talking about the good old days, certain things will inevitably come up in the conversation. Whether it be something along the lines of "players used to play for the competition and the love of the game, not the money," or "Dick Butkus killed a guy, and that's real football", these old school fans of the games we love have a certain … [Read more...] about While Stl. Cardinals Fans Mourn, Did Albert Pujols Do Right Thing?
In what historically is a fun event for fans of trades and free agent signings, the Winter Meetings are taking place next week in Dallas, Texas, and GM's of various teams are already starting to talk to the media. Theo Epstein, the Cubs' new President of Baseball Operations, took some time to talk to ESPN.com's Bruce Levine on Thursday, and he had some interesting comments for … [Read more...] about Theo Epstein Talks at Winter Meetings, Reveals Plans for Cubs
Just when you thought the Cubs had already made some serious waves during this off-season, they could be preparing to make an even bigger splash. According to a report by FoxSports.com, the Cubs are pursuing free agent first basemen Albert Pujols and Prince Fielder, who are the two crown jewels of this year's free agent class. Jerry Crasnick of ESPN.com also weighed … [Read more...] about What’s My Motivation: Cubs Interested in Fielder, Pujols?