Archive for August, 2017

The Diamondbacks and Reds are giving us RAY vs. ROMANO

Thursday, August 31st, 2017:

The magic of two last names combining into something beautiful isn’t new. We’ve seen it in college football, and the NFL — now baseball is getting in on the unintentional fun when the Diamondbacks and Reds play on Tuesday. It’s amazing. On one magic day in July 2017 Robbie Ray and Sal Romano will face […]   Read More →

The Tigers officially trade J.D. Martinez to the Diamondbacks for prospects

Monday, August 28th, 2017:

J.D. Martinez is officially heading to Arizona, as many had expected based on an increasing number of rumors over the past few days. The news of Detroit moving its right fielder was first reported by MLB Network’s Jon Morosi, with Fox’s Ken Rosenthal and Yahoo’s Jeff Passan confirming the deal shortly after. Martinez is set […]   Read More →

Nolan Arenado had a 3-homer, 5-hit day to power Colorado past San Diego

Saturday, August 26th, 2017:

Rockies third baseman Nolan Arenado had himself quite a game during the team’s Wednesday matinee, and that’s possibly underestimating the situation. After starting things off slow with a pair of RBI singles in the first and second innings, Arenado promptly went on a tear with home runs in each of the fourth, fifth, and sixth […]   Read More →

Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray hit in the head by 108-mph line drive

Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017:

A scary incident happened in St. Louis, as Diamondbacks pitcher Robbie Ray was hit in the head by a line drive off the bat of the Cardinals’ Luke Voit. The ball speed coming off the bat was reportedly 108-mph which is horrifying just to think about. Kendrick is due a shade approximately $3.5 million over […]   Read More →

He led the NFL with 21 rushing TDs that year in helping lead Denver to a second consecutive Super Bowl victory.

Friday, August 18th, 2017:

Wonder, for example, whether telling easily-disproved fables about Kaepernick barely even knowing which direction to face while throwing was a not-even-subtle way to steer clear of the growing evidence that he was being blackballed for his protests. Because a week hardly went by without a story or social media post with an unnamed source trashing […]   Read More →

J.J. Watt will return to a defense that found a pretty good groove even without him.

Monday, August 14th, 2017:

Starr helped the Packers win five championships during the Vince Lombardi era, and that included three straight titles from 1965-67. Starr also is best-remembered for the game-winning quarterback sneak in the “Ice Bowl” against Dallas. Tarkenton, an innovative scrambler who could chuck the ball downfield, played in four Super Bowls for the Vikings and compiled […]   Read More →

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