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Masahiro Tanaka Update After Line Drive To Head

The line drive that struck New York Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka in the head off the bat of Giancarlo Stanton on Saturday came to the mound at 112 mph. Tanaka decided not to use the L-screen to protect him before taking the line drive to the right side of his head during a simulated game at Yankee Stadium. […]

Patriots’ Robert Kraft: Vladimir Putin Stole My Super Bowl Ring

Football fans have always wondered why New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft gave one of his Super Bowl rings to Russian President Vladimir Putin back in 2005. That’s because he didn’t “give” his ring to Putin; the Russian President stole it right in front of him. Kraft, speaking at an event last week, claimed that […]

MLB Stars Had Secret Workouts This Year in Palm Beach Gardens

Some of baseball’s biggest names have been doing their thing right here in our back yard for months, apparently. Numerous MLB players reportedly held workouts and played games in secret in Palm Beach Gardens, going back to March, when the coronavirus pandemic forced the teams to suspend spring training. Most of the players already trained […]

“Trump 2020” Car Coming to Brickyard 500

NASCAR’s Corey LaJoie is set to debut a “TRUMP 2020” paint scheme at the Brickyard 400 on Sunday. Patriots of America, a political action committee supporting President’s Trump reelection, is sponsoring the No. 32 car for nine races this season. The Ford Mustang will feature a red, white and blue color scheme with a “TRUMP […]

FAU Leads C-USA in Recruiting for Football Ahead of Unique Season

The Owls aren’t allowing the NCAA’s temporary recruiting “dead” period from the pandemic to slow down the team’s recruiting efforts. Over the past three months, FAU has secured 15 verbal commitments for the 2021 football recruiting class. That leads Conference USA. Even better, 247 Sports ranks the Owls’ 2021 recruiting class as the top in the […]

Sources Say NFL Plans to Shorten Preseason to Two Games

The first effect of the coronavirus pandemic has finally and unfortunately hit the NFL. According to sources, the NFL will soon announce that the first and fourth week of the preseason schedule are being scrapped. One of the reasons for the change is apparently to give teams more time to prepare after losing on-field time […]

MLB Still Planning ‘Field Of Dreams’ Game, But Without The Yankees

MLB is still planning to hold its ‘Field Of Dreams Game’ in August, with the season set to begin July 24th. You may remember that there was a lot of fanfare with the announcement last Fall that this game would be taking place. The original plan was to have the Yankees and White Sox face […]

New Message On NBA Courts

The NBA plans to paint the words “Black Lives Matter” on all courts when the season re-starts in a few weeks. Both the league and players association have said they want to come together to help promote social justice. The NBA season will resume July 30 at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida. The […]

Baseball Is Back, But With A Twist!

The players and owners have come to an agreement… MLBPA has agreed to pay cuts with the owners floating a 50-50 revenue split. You could say as per the modern day Urban Legend that “The Baseball Immortals have answered our prayers” as the 2020 baseball season will not be a total loss. This will have […]

Patriots To Go With Cam Newton Over Jarrett Stidham

Cam Newton and the New England Patriots agreed to a one-year deal which will pay the veteran quarterback more than $1 million, according to multiple reports. He reportedly could earn up to $7.5 million in incentives, according to the NFL Network. Back in the 2011 NFL Draft, Newton was the No. 1 overall pick with […]