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  • Hello, Old Friend: 9 Sports Team Logos That Need to Be Brought Back

    Hello, Old Friend: 9 Sports Team Logos That Need to Be Brought Back

    This article is brought to you by pure, unbridled nostalgia. In an era of product licensing and incessant branding, teams have been eager to keep tweaking their logos, not to find the perfect identity, but to ensure that die hard fans invest in the most current gear, even if it simply introduces some shading around […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 9/14/10 — Shelley Duncan

    The Stat Line of the Night — 9/14/10 — Shelley Duncan

    Shelley Duncan doesn’t get the starting nod that often for Cleveland, having only started 49 games this season, but last night he got it and boy did he ever take advantage.  Duncan single-handedly put the Indians on his back to help lead them to a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.  Who […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 9/6/10 – Felix Hernandez

    The Stat Line of the Night – 9/6/10 – Felix Hernandez

    It hasn’t been an easy year for the Seattle Mariners, but one bright spot has been the pitching of Felix Hernandez.  King Felix has had a  phenomenal year, putting up ridiculous numbers and mowing down batters left and right.  He has a 2.30 ERA, a 1.09 WHIP and has struck out 209 this season.  Unfortunately […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 8/30/10 — Alex Rios

    The Stat Line of the Night — 8/30/10 — Alex Rios

    The Chicago White Sox are in a tough pennant race.  If they want to have any chance to make the post-season, they will need to hit the ball much better.  Enter Manny Ramirez, acquired from LA to give the Sox the huge middle of the order bat they need.  Unfortunately, Manny wasn’t suited up for […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night – 8/24/10 – Gio Gonzalez

    The Stat Line of the Night – 8/24/10 – Gio Gonzalez

    The Oakland Athletics have had some of the best pitching in all of baseball this year.  Unfortunately their offense has been unable to come through when its needed most, or come through at all for that matter.  Last night was a different story.  With Gio Gonzalez on the mound dealing, the A’s bats finally came […]

  • Did This LeBron James Fan Survive The Night In Cleveland? (PIC)

    Did This LeBron James Fan Survive The Night In Cleveland? (PIC)

    Ever since LeBron James turned his back on the city of Cleveland in order to head south and form a New World Order in Miami with Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, he has become public enemy number one in his hometown.  So what is the smartest way to get your ass kicked in Cleveland these […]

  • Big Bully Pancakes Kid Into Fence For A Home Run Ball

    Big Bully Pancakes Kid Into Fence For A Home Run Ball

    Last night was not a good night to be a baseball fan at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, where it seemed like if you weren’t falling 30 feet from the upper deck while reaching for a foul ball, then you were getting drilled from behind into a fence by some big jerk as you race […]

  • Fan Falls From Upper Deck At Rangers Game

    Fan Falls From Upper Deck At Rangers Game

    Every fan dreams of making a great grab on a foul ball while taking in a Major League game.  The thought of hearing those around you applaud your efforts, and even the possibility of getting some television face time is enough to get most to reach a little further for that ball that is just […]

  • The Stat Line of the Night — 6/22/10 — Jamie Moyer

    The Stat Line of the Night — 6/22/10 — Jamie Moyer

    Jamie Moyer continues to impress baseball fans around the country, just like he did as a rookie in 1986.  Yeah, 1986.  The crafty left-hander has been pitching in the Major Leagues for 25 years.  He will be turning 48 at the end of this season, but he is still extremely effective as he proved in […]

  • Umpire Jim Joyce Robs Armando Galarraga Of A Perfect Game

    Umpire Jim Joyce Robs Armando Galarraga Of A Perfect Game

    We have already given him The Stat Line of the Night, but the Major League record books will forever be absent of one particularly worthy name, all because an umpire couldn’t get it right. It was the top of the ninth in a game between the Cleveland Indians and Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park, and […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 09/08/09 – Marlon Byrd

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 09/08/09 – Marlon Byrd

    Total Pro Sports – The Texas Rangers headed into Tuesday’s crucial double-header against the Cleveland Indians looking to make up some ground on the Boston Red Sox in the AL wild card race.  With the chance to get themselves within 2 games of a playoff spot they would need their bats to to be clicking […]

  • Fans At Angel Stadium Exchange Beers, Punches In Fight

    Fans At Angel Stadium Exchange Beers, Punches In Fight

    Total Pro Sports – It is one of the greatest sins a baseball fan can commit while watching a game.  After paying somewhere around $10 for those overpriced beers they sell at ballgames these days, to just waste it by throwing it on another fan is ludicrous.  If you are going to fight, then fight […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 07/21/09 – Cliff Lee

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 07/21/09 – Cliff Lee

    Total Pro Sports – With the Indians traveling into Toronto, they bound to hear about all the buzz surrounding the possible trade involving the AL’s leading candidate for this year’s Cy Young, Roy Halliday.  Last night they sent a Cy Young winner of their own to the mound, last year’s winner Cliff Lee, and he […]

  • The Stat Line Of The Night – 07/07/09 – Paul Konerko

    The Stat Line Of The Night – 07/07/09 – Paul Konerko

    Total Pro  Sports – The Chicago White Sox have been on quite a tear recently, and last night Paul Konerko’s bat followed suit.  Looking to remain two games back of top spot in the AL Central, they used a career day from the first baseman to top the Cleveland Indians 10-6. Konerko was on fire […]