Coming as a shock to precisely nobody, Pujols is obliterating baseballs in stadiums around the league. He leads the bigs in every major power category and is well within reach of winning the Triple Crown.
Looking around the league, there isn't a single player you could put on the same level as Pujols. He's even on pace to steal close to 20 bases, which can probably be attributed to the boredom brought on by only dominating the stats you collect by hitting the ball.
Tuesday's BCS congressional hearing was the long-awaited major step on the road to a college football playoff. Or, actually, not so much. The Mountain West pushed again for the government to intervene into BCS politics, but ultimately, it agreed to be a part of ESPN's BCS-led college football coverage for the coming years.
In any case, trying to argue for a playoff on behalf of logic and a desire to see compelling matchups between deserving teams will always be futile until enough conferences and university presidents get hit hard financially.
According to various reports, James got dunked on by Xavier's Crawford in a pickup game, and Nike and/or James confiscated the video that a nearby cameraman recorded of the event in question. The supposed attempt at story burial has only caused basketball fans to wonder if and when the footage will ever end up online for the world to see.
If true, Nike is clearly making an attempt to save its biggest NBA personality the embarrassment of leaked footage showing him getting posterized by a college sophomore. It's simply protecting the idea of LeBron's invincibility.
After an unexpected rise and wildly entertaining/disastrous fall in the world of finance and publishing, Dykstra, the former Mets and Phillies outfielder once affectionately known as "Nails," filed for bankruptcy Wednesday. Car washes, family members, HBO, magazine printers and flight attendants, among others, are victims in
The fact that he has filed for bankruptcy seemingly points to Dykstra's finally trying to do right by those he has allegedly ripped off, but he instead
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