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Who took Willie Mays’ Picture?

thexlog.com - Earlier this month on May 6th, Willie Mays’ 80th birthday, we published a “different photograph” of Mays making his historic catch in the 1954 World Series. What’s “different” about it? Well, many people had never seen “the catch” from behind ...

All In Picks: June 7, 2011

thexlog.com - Plaxico Burress was released from prison yesterday. That’s hardly news to you, unless you had all of your TVs, computers and cell phones turned off. What followed was plenty of talk about his reason for being in prison, comparisons to ...

2011 NBA Mock Draft 1.0

www.roundballchat.com - With the 2011 NBA draft about a month away, I decided to come up with my first of many updated mock drafts to come. I will change some of my picks as I hear news about certain players and teams. ...


Penn State hires Pat Chambers as Basketball Coach

www.roundballchat.com - About a week ago I wrote an article stating who I thought should be the next head coach basketball coach at Penn State University. Penn State must have listened to me, because the coach they hired at a press conference ...

Behind Enemy Lines: Bears fan living in Wisconsin

www.windycitygridiron.com - I feel less of a Chicago Bears fan these days. It has nothing to do with what the team has or hasn't done. It has nothing to do with any actions of Chicago's current or former players. ...

Thoughts on the NBA Finals: Game 3

eesportsworld.com - Defense. The cornerstone to any team’s success and the key ingredient to any championship run. Last night during Game 3 of the NBA Finals, when the Miami Heat needed it the defense was there. Udonis Haslem’s fly on the wall ...


Something Good Bruin in Boston After a 8 – 1 Win

www.canuckspuck.com - As game 3 of the Stanley Cup playoffs started the Olympic cauldron of the 2010 Winter Olympics was lit in Vancouver, to give a lift to the Vancouver Canucks as they faced the Boston Bruin in Boston. In the first ...

Philadelphia Phillies Take Huge Ryan Howard-Like Slugger With Team’s First Pick of Draft

www.phillybuster.com - It’s still years before he will have any impact on the major league team, but the Philadelphia Phillies are hoping Larry Greene, the team’s first pick of the 2011 amateur draft, will develop into a Ryan Howard type of ballplayer. Greene ...

Philadelphia Phillies Trying to Get Domonic Brown More Work Against Left-Handed Pitchers

www.phillybuster.com - Domonic Brown got the start tonight against Ted Lilly, the Dodgers’ left-handed pitcher. Normally Brown – who entered the game just 2-for-18 career against lefties – would sit, but Charlie Manuel is trying to get his top prospect more work ...

Philadelphia Phillies Pitcher Brad Lidge to See Doctor for Ongoing Injury

www.phillybuster.com - Whatever progress Brad Lidge has been making from his injuries, it seems that there’s always a setback. Lidge hasn’t pitched so far in the big leagues after tearing his rotator cuff during spring training. He recently started throwing More...

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