Cubs Get Jose Quintana from White Sox for No. 5 Prospect Eloy Jimenez & Others 

It broke earlier today that the Chicago Cubs received Jose Quintana from the Chicago White Sox for the No. 5 prospect in baseball, OF Eloy Jimenez, and three other minor league prospects including top pitching prospect Dylan Cease and Single-A infielders Matt Rose and Bryant Flete. Jose Quintana joins a struggling pitching rotation that Cubs... Continue Reading →


Peyton Manning’s Kevin Durant Joke Was An All Time ESPY Moment Last night, Peyton Manning wasted no time delivering casual twitter jokes to a national TV audience. This joke literally has been directed at Kevin Durant a billion times in the past year, and for good reason. The power of twitter was portrayed through Peyton's monologue, and of course another all time tweet followed this... Continue Reading →

Spider-Man Homcoming Review

Spider-Man Homcoming is about as good as a rebooted Spider-Man movie can be at this point considering this is the 6th movie starring the titled hero since 2001. Sony and Marvel set differences aside to create a fun and light-hearted coming of age movie for Peter Parker AND Spider-Man. The movie really works well at... Continue Reading →

ESPN will sink or swim with Lavar Ball

The inception of ESPN was to broadcast Hartford Whalers hockey games some forty years ago in Connecticut. Now owned by Disney, it seems ESPN has certainly gone Hollywood and become more of the TMZ of sports. Sadly even their mainstay show Sportscenter, barely shows any highlights. There was once a time you could watch a... Continue Reading →

Camp Counselor attacked by Bear

Ok first off, who in their right mind has a youth camp with young children in a location known for bear sightings this time of the year. Anyway, late last night in Boulder, Colorado a 19 year old camp counselor woke up at 4am to a bear chewing on his head. The bear was attempting... Continue Reading →

Inside the Tank: Brooklyn Nets

After Billy King mortgaged their future, the Nets under Sean Marks are slowly picking up the pieces. @Garland_SP After the infamous KG/Pierce trade of 2013, awful contracts given to players like Gerald Wallace and Deron Williams, turnover in the coaching staff and organization; the Nets are in basketball hell, and are going to be for... Continue Reading →

Porcello Just Can’t Catch a Break 

There's no denying that Porcello hasn't had the best of years as the reigning Cy Young award winner. Matter of fact, he's 4-11 with a 4.75 ERA. Even though he had a great year last year, Red Sox fans, including myself, are ruthless in their criticism of Porcello. But even when he pitches great, Porcello... Continue Reading →

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