July 31st MLB Power Rankings & Trends

Photo Credit: TV Week (featured image), ESPN (team logos)  Los Angeles Dodgers (74-31)  Houston Astros (68-36)  Washington Nationals (62-41)  Arizona Diamondbacks (60-45), +1  Cleveland Indians (57-46), +4  Colorado Rockies (60-46), -2  Chicago Cubs (56-48)  New York Yankees (56-47)  Kansas City Royals (55-48), +1  Boston Red Sox (57-49), -4  Tampa Bay Rays (54-52), +1  Milwaukee Brewers (55-52), -1  St. Louis Cardinals (52-53), +7  Seattle Mariners (53-53), +1 … Continue reading July 31st MLB Power Rankings & Trends

The MLB has a major problem on their hands

Photo Credit: Fort Worth Star-Telegram The MLB has a major issue on their hands, and that was evidenced just recently when Texas Rangers’ third baseman Adrian Beltre was thrown out of a game for essentially making umpire Gerry Davis feel badly about himself. While it didn’t necessarily affect the outcome of this particular game, who’s to say something similar won’t affect the outcome of a future game, … Continue reading The MLB has a major problem on their hands

Adrian Beltre literally gets ejected for trolling an umpire

Photo Credit: Yahoo Sports In the eighth inning of game during which the Texas Rangers were getting killed by the Miami Marlins by a score of 18-6, Adrian Beltre was told by umpire Gerry Davis that he needed to stand on the on-deck circle mat. Beltre recalled after the game that he had expressed his concern to Davis about moving away from the spot he claims he has … Continue reading Adrian Beltre literally gets ejected for trolling an umpire

Why the Chargers should pursue RGIII

Photo Credit: Business Insider Given his recent workout with the team, Robert Griffin III, the former Washington Redskins and Cleveland Browns quarterback, has a shot at returning to the NFL as a Los Angeles Charger. While many may consider RGIII one of the biggest NFL Draft busts in recent years, the Chargers would actually be smart to sign him. Here’s why. The Chargers current quarterback, … Continue reading Why the Chargers should pursue RGIII

Don’t Panic; LeBron Will Be Just Fine

Photo Credit: The Sports Digest What a difference 13 months makes. Just last June, the Cleveland Cavaliers were on top of the basketball world after rallying from a 3-1 deficit in the NBA Finals against the 73-win Golden State Warriors. Now, there is internal chaos in Cleveland. But don’t let this distract you from the fact that LeBron is still LeBron, and no matter what … Continue reading Don’t Panic; LeBron Will Be Just Fine

The MLB should start limiting extra inning games

Photo Credit: The New York Times The MLB has taken up a recent interest in trying to shorten games. But one issue they have yet to take on is the issue of games going into extra innings. Last season, 185 of 2,428 games went into extras, with several lasting six extra innings or longer. If the MLB really want to “shorten” games, extra innings should get some serious … Continue reading The MLB should start limiting extra inning games

Here’s How Big Of A Deal Kyrie’s Demands Should Be To LeBron

Photo Credit: USA Today Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving recently made headlines for requesting a trade so that he no longer will have to share the rock with LeBron James. LeBron honestly shouldn’t care about this whatsoever, and it’s not just because he stated that he would not intervene in the trade talks. It may be because he’ll likely leave Cleveland for the second time following next … Continue reading Here’s How Big Of A Deal Kyrie’s Demands Should Be To LeBron