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MLB Rumors: Latest Buzz on Aaron Judge’s Injury Rehab, Joey Bart, More

The New York Yankees had to rely on their depth to win in 2019. Stars like Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Luis Severino, Miguel Andujar and others all spent extensive time on the injured list, forcing unheralded players like Gio Urshela and Luke Voit to take on key roles. New York’s collective will paid off in […]

Baseball’s top 60 storylines for a 60-game MLB season

There is going to be a baseball season after all, one of 60 games, following a month of ugly public negotiations between the players and owners over how to navigate through the money of the shortened season. In the words of Reds pitcher Trevor Bauer, “COVID-19 already presented a lose-lose-lose situation and we’ve somehow found a way to […]

Mets mailbag: Citi Field could make for messy spring training

From the players’ perspective, there is the obvious incentive of getting paid a fraction of their salaries as compared to the $300,000 veteran maximum if the season is scrapped entirely. Players also have concerns about how a missed calendar year would affect their skills. It’s one thing to work out independently and quite another to […]

KBO Round Up: June 17

In a league with weak bullpens, games often turn on a dime in the KBO. Wednesday took its cue from this premise with an extra-inning contest in SK with the KT Wiz winning in the 10th inning. Kiwoom rallied late against the Lotte bullpen staying in fourth place in the standings and the NC Dinos […]

The most important Alabama players: No. 8, DeVonta Smith

With all the projections about what lies ahead for Alabama’s season, there is one area in which there are no question marks. That’s the offense. That’s no surprise, given that Alabama has arguably the best offensive line in college football, a running back who ended 2019 playing the best football of his career and two […]

Raiders Trent Brown a Big Difference in 2019

The Raiders’ protection of quarterback Derek Carr last season compared to the year before and the biggest reason is 6-8 and 380 pounds. Trent Brown, who played the previous season with the New England Patriots protecting Tom Brady, signed with the Silver and Black for $66 million over four years, making him the highest-paid lineman […]

There’s absolutely no reason the Vikings should give Dalvin Cook the contract he wants

Another top running back is coming up on the end of his rookie deal and he is reportedly asking for a lot of money, so I guess we’re doing this again. This time around, we have Dalvin Cook taking center stage in the latest episode of NFL Twitter’s favorite show: Does This Running Back Matter? Admittedly, […]

DraftKings Korean Baseball (KBO) DFS Value Plays: Saturday 6/13

Welcome to this week’s edition of our Korean Baseball (KBO) DFS Value Plays. While more sports continue to return stateside with PGA, UFC, and NASCAR all back in action, we are still waiting for the MLB and its players to figure out exactly what is going on with the 2020 season. Until then, the KBO […]

The Greatest Late-Round Steals in Recent MLB Draft History

It’s difficult for teams to find great players in the later rounds of the Major League Baseball draft, but it can and does happen. For the sake of proving the point, we dug up some of the best late-round steals since 2000. Exactly when it starts getting “late” in the draft is subject for debate, […]

Gardner Minshew 2020 outlook: Flashes from Jaguars QB’s rookie year and how he can take next step

Gardner Minshew was the most pleasant surprise of the rookie class of quarterbacks in 2019. He played in 14 games, completed nearly 61% of his passes, hit the 7.0 yards-per-attempt threshold and tossed 21 touchdowns to just six picks.  He mostly didn’t play like a sixth-round pick, yet there were a few games in which his […]

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