Monthly Archives: July 2013

Mets Matt Harvey Hits Yankees Robinson Cano With a Pitch at the 2013 All-Star Game


The 2013 All-Star Game did not start off as many Mets fans hoped, as their phenom, Matt Harvey, gave up a double to the Angels’ Mike Trout to lead off.

For Yankees fans, the next at bat would end as they would fear – with Matt Harvey hitting Robinson Cano in the knee, injuring him. Continue reading

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Yasiel Puig and the All-Star Game: Does He Deserve To Make It?


A hot topic this week has been whether or not Yasiel Puig, the Los Angeles Dodgers phenom, deserves a spot in this month’s All-Star Game.

Many point to just a hot month and a lack of experience as reasons why he should not be allowed to join.

The fact is, Puig deserves to be there. Continue reading

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Knicks Trade For Andrea Bargnani: Three Quick Perspectives On The Deal


Former first overall pick, Andrea Bargnani, is on his way to New York after a deal between the Knicks and Raptors was completed early Monday.  The trade has led to debate on the merits and faults of the deal.  Here are three different perspectives on the deal:

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Lingerie Football League Gets Its Big Hit Highlight Moment


The Legends Football League is a tackle football league that was created in 2009.  It was created to give a chance to players who could not make the NFL.  Deviating from the norm, unlike most alternatives to the National Football League, this one has managed to garner a bit of national attention.

Perhaps that is because prior to 2013, this league was called the Lingerie Football League.

For once, though, their uniforms were not the noteworthy sight coming from their game. Continue reading

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