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LAS VEGAS, NV – JULY 9: Jose Aldo knees Frankie Edgar during the UFC 200 event at T-Mobile Arena on July 9, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Rey Del Rio/Getty Images) There is constant debate about the “official” UFC fighter rankings, which are based on voting from a panel of journalists.
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UFC Performance Based Fighter Rankings: Pound For Pound: Apr 24, 2017
We are hovering around 2 weeks until the NFL Draft and the NFL Mock Draft keeps churning out at a feverish pace. ESPN’s Todd McShay released his “GM Mock Draft” where he makes the selections as if he were the Cowboys GM. Here’s who is has and my thoughts on the picks: Round 1 (28): Quincy Wilson , CB, Florida Round 2 (60): Adam Shaheen , TE, Ashland Round 3 (92): Justin Evans , S, Texas A&M Wilson has some of the best ball skills of any defensive back in this class, totaling 14 pass breakups and six interceptions.
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McShay Releases GM Mock Draft; Picks 3 Rounds for Cowboys
There has been a lot to like so far in the Phillies young season. The first time through the rotation, Aaron Nola, Jeremy Hellickson and Jerad Eickhoff looked very good.
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Series Preview: Phillies host expected contenders, the New York Mets.
The Phillies completed their 25-man roster Thursday. Luis Garcia was optioned early and back at the Complex in the morning. Word filtered around that Adam Morgan and Joely Rodriguez would join the bull pen and complete the pitching staff. After their blow out loss to the Yankees, Daniel Nava and an emotional Brock Stassi were … Continue reading 2017 Spring Training, 3/30 →
2017 Spring Training, 3/30
The time has come, as it does every year, where I foolishly try to predict who is most likely to make their MLB debut for this season’s iteration of the Cleveland Indians. Unlike most Top Ten lists that concern prospects, this list does not concern itself with ranking all prospects in the organization.
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Top 10 Cleveland Indians Most Likely to Debut in 2017
At the end of the 2016 season, it was rumored that Jason Witten was considering retirement, but said he would be back for the 2017. Still though, there has been speculation on whether or not Witten would be extended and would he sign such a deal.
Jason Witten Receives 4-yr Extension
While there is unfortunately no baseball being played during the winter months, we normally have the Hot Stove to keep us warm with endless rumors and huge contracts being handed out by teams who will inevitably regret it. Until this past winter, that is. The free agent market just wasn’t any good , and Yoenis Cespedes was the only player on the open market to secure a guarantee above $100 million (four years, $110 million, to be exact )