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  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/7/2013 — Matt Harvey

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/7/2013 — Matt Harvey

    New York Mets pitcher Matt Harvey has been having himself quite the season in 2013.  He kicked things off by pitching seven innings of one-hit ball during his first start of the year, and he followed that up by winning each of his next three starts in a rather dominating fashion.  Heading into Tuesday’s contest […]

  • 9 Celebrity Sports Stars Spotted At The 2013 Kentucky Derby

    9 Celebrity Sports Stars Spotted At The 2013 Kentucky Derby

    Last weekend’s 139th running of the Kentucky Derby brought out a fair amount of celebrities, and there was no shortage of well-known athletes among them. Coaches and players, college players and professional retirees: Everybody wanted to be in on the action. And why not? If they let Jason Biggs strut around the red carpet like […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 7th) — Denver Nuggets

    This Day In Sports History (May 7th) — Denver Nuggets

    It was on this day in 1994 that the No. 8 seeded Denver Nuggets upset the top ranked Seattle SuperSonics in the first round of the NBA playoffs.  It was the first time that a No. 1 seed fell to a No. 8 seed since the first round of the NBA playoffs went to a […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/6/2013 — Andrelton Simmons

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/6/2013 — Andrelton Simmons

    The Atlanta Braves have plenty of big names and big bats in their line-up, but on Monday night in Cincinnati, it was one of their lesser known players that was carrying the offense. Batting in the eighth spot of the Braves’ line-up, shortstop Andrelton Simmons stepped up to the plate four times, and two of […]

  • 9 Famous Cases of MLB Pitchers Who Were Caught Cheating

    9 Famous Cases of MLB Pitchers Who Were Caught Cheating

    The Red Sox currently have the best record in Major League Baseball. The biggest reason for this is the resurgence of their once great starting rotation, led by Clay Bucholz and his 1.01 ERA and 6-0 record through his first six starts. However, it seems not everybody is willing to believe that Bucholz could be […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 6th) — Hartford Whalers

    This Day In Sports History (May 6th) — Hartford Whalers

    It was on this day in 1997 that Hartford Whalers owner Peter Karmanos officially announced that the team would be relocated to Raleigh, North Carolina, and be known as the Carolina Hurricanes. Karmanos was frustrated with the team’s poor attendance figures as well as a lack of corporate support, which prompted the move to North […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/5/2013 — Jean-Gabriel Pageau

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/5/2013 — Jean-Gabriel Pageau

    While most of us will probably remember Game 3 of the first round playoff series between the Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Canadiens for the ridiculous number of penalties that were handed out in the third period, Jean-Gabriel Pageau will always remember it as the game when he scored his first career NHL playoff goal and recorded […]

  • 15 Things You Might Not Have Known About the Kentucky Derby

    15 Things You Might Not Have Known About the Kentucky Derby

    This Saturday is the first Saturday in May, so you know what that means: it’s time for the 139th running of the one and only Kentucky Derby. The most famous horse race in America has long been billed as “the most exciting two minutes in sports,” and whether or not that is actually true, there […]

  • This Day In Sports History (May 3rd) – Big Brown

    This Day In Sports History (May 3rd) – Big Brown

    It was on this day in 2008 that Big Brown won the 134th running of the Kentucky Derby.  Big Brown entered the race as a 2-1 favorite and would defeat Eight Belles by four and three-quarter lengths. After finishing in second place, three year old philly Eight Belles was euthanized immediately following the race due […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/2/2013 — Craig Anderson

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/2/2013 — Craig Anderson

    Hockey goaltenders that allow two goals against over the course of a 60 minutes game are rarely awarded the “Stat Line of the Night,” but there is always the occasional exception. Take Craig Anderson‘s performance during Game One of the Ottawa Senators’ first round playoff series against the Montreal Canadiens, for example.  You see, while […]

  • 18 GIFs of Sports Fans Flipping the Bird

    18 GIFs of Sports Fans Flipping the Bird

    Sports provide us with a nice diversion for the worries of everyday life, but of course sometimes we all get a little carried away. One bad call, one bone-headed play, or one epic flop, and all of a sudden we’re a bunch of angry douchebags doing things we would never do in “real” life. For […]

  • Stat Line of the Night — 5/1/2013 — Jordan Zimmerman

    Stat Line of the Night — 5/1/2013 — Jordan Zimmerman

    Shutting down the Atlanta Braves’ potent line-up is no easy task, but don’t tell that to Washington Nationals pitcher, Jordan Zimmermann.  He was able to do just that during last night’s game at Turner Field, and he actually made it look quite easy. Zimmermann would allow a single in the first inning and a double […]