Mike Trout and Bryce Harper have caught a lot of attention since there rookie years in the majors. Mike Trout made his MLB debut on July 8th, 2011, where Bryce Harper was the following season on April 28th, 2012. They both have been playing a short time in the majors, and yet they are already considered superstars like Miguel Cabrera or David Ortiz. Both have proved they belong in the majors, but the question is if you had one pick left for your outfield, and it was down to Mike Trout and Bryce Harper, which player are you taking? Continue reading “Take Your Pick: Mike Trout or Bryce Harper”
Nobody really new the superstar Odell Beckham Jr. until he made is famous one handed catch against the Dallas Cowboys as a rookie. Instantly he became a star and people were already calling him the best receiver in the NFL, the question that remained was wether or not Odell could continue making catches.
After talks of contract negotiations between the Boston Red Sox and elite pitcher David Price, sources have been confirmed on December 1st that David Price had signed a 217 million dollar, 7 year contract. With the signing of Price, this contract marks the highest payed baseball pitcher in history. Continue reading “Do new Price and Greinke contracts prove baseball needs a Salary cap?”
All the hype about the next movie in the Rocky legacy, ‘Creed,’ can finally be put to rest. The movie came out on Wednesday, November 25th with impressive debut scores. If you had seen any of the original Rocky movies, the arrival of ‘Creed’ was a dream come true. Continue reading “The Legacy Continues”
A question as been ask for years, and will continue to be asked for years to come, who is better Lionel Messi, or Cristiano Ronaldo? It depends on the view you take on things. Some people look at seasonal stats, some people decide on personal opinion, but a different way to look at it is career stats. Continue reading “Who’s the worlds best, Messi or Ronaldo?”
In Sunday’s game against the bengals, Le’veon Bell suffered a torn MCL which will end his 2015-2016 season. Bell was running down the sideline in the second quarter in Sunday’s game, when linebacker Vontaze Burfict hit Bell. Bell’s leg bent backward causing him to tear his MCL. Continue reading “Bad luck continues for Steelers, losing Le’veon Bell to torn MCL”
After a rollercoaster of a postseason, it has finally come down to the best team in the AL and the NL, the Royals and the Mets. Continue reading “Royals Look to Complete Unfinished Business,While Mets Look for First Title in 29 Years”
After two disappointing road losses in games 1 and 2 of the ALCS, the Toronto Blue Jays needed to gain momentum in the series, because another loss and they would be in a huge 3-0 hole. Toronto wouldn’t want anything more then to win their first game of the series at home, and if they did, it could potentially be a momentum swinger. Continue reading “After Losing First Two Games in ALCS, Blue Jays Look to Impress Home Fans in Game 3”