Miami Heat Focus on Bosh

Photo Credit:cbssports.com Miami Heat have been watching Chris Bosh as he went through a physical examination and a number of tests this week. He he still has not been cleared to play professional basketball once again. Before he arrived in Miami last weekend, he believed that the Heat would clear him to play. Miami has become more receptive with the idea that Bosh would take blood thinners and play. … Continue reading Miami Heat Focus on Bosh

Oakland Raiders: Week 3

Photo Credit:Bleacherreport.com In the Oakland Raiders’ tough loss to the Atlanta Falcons, their offense seemed to shine, though they had a lack of defense. This offseason, the Raiders were able to acquire some big names and weaponsto improve the defense. When the Raiders played the New Orleans Saints, the defense didn’t have a good game, but didn’t have a terrible game. They did just enough … Continue reading Oakland Raiders: Week 3

Raiders Get Surprise Victory Over Saints: What We Learned

Photo Credit: Canalstreetchronicles.com The Oakland Raiders looked very positive with a couple of negatives when they played against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. Here’s what we learned in the last second shocker Head coach Jack Del Rio is not afraid to put the game on the line or in the hands of his superstars. Late in the 4th quarter, Jack Del Rio opted to … Continue reading Raiders Get Surprise Victory Over Saints: What We Learned

Matt Shoemaker has Emergency Brain Surgery

Photo Credit: ESPN.com Los Angeles Angels pitcher Matt Shoemaker was recently hit in the right side of the head with a 105-miles per hour line drive off of the bat of Kyle Seager of the Seattle Mariners. Shoemaker underwent emergency surgery late Sunday night in Seattle to stop the bleeding in his brain. Angels’ general manager Billy Eppler said the surgery was successful and that … Continue reading Matt Shoemaker has Emergency Brain Surgery

The Giants are Making History for All the Wrong Reasons

Photo Credit: SF Examiner The San Francisco Giants had an amazing first half of the season. Going into the All-Star game, the Giants had a 57-33 record, three games ahead of anyone else in the MLB. Giants’ pitchers Madison Bumgarner and Johnny Cueto were even in the race for the NL CY Young award. Since that week, the Giants have been a lackluster team (15-29 since … Continue reading The Giants are Making History for All the Wrong Reasons

The Raiders Have Looked Good in the Preseason

Photo Credit: NBC Bay Area The Oakland Raiders haven’t had a winning record in years. However, there is some hope that this season may be a big improvement and give those dedicated Raider fans something to look forward to. This last game against the Tennessee Titans, the Raiders didn’t have a good showing of their run game or their run defense. The Raiders showed a decent ability to … Continue reading The Raiders Have Looked Good in the Preseason

Dodgers Have No Luck Giving Away Puig

Photocredit: bleacherreport.com Nick Cafardo, of the Boston Globe, said “The Dodgers are trying to give away Puig, but no luck. Puig, with Triple-A Oklahoma City, is considered toxic at the moment, but it takes only one team to want him. He doesn’t have too many allies in the Dodgers organization, but as one team official said recently, ‘At some point, the talent, the maturity is … Continue reading Dodgers Have No Luck Giving Away Puig