Report: Cardinals Jhonny Peralta out 2-3 months with torn thumb ligament

March 7, 2016 – 1:10 pm by Will DeWitt

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According to Jenifer Langosch of MLB.com, Cardinals All-Star shortstop Jhonny Peralta could potentially miss 2-3 months with a torn ligament in his left thumb.

Langosch added that Peralta did get an MRI taken on his thumb, but that “the initial read is not positive.” As a result, Peralta is looking for a second opinion.

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ESPN’s Dan Le Batard: Lebron is lazier than ever

March 1, 2016 – 3:05 pm by Will DeWitt

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On Tuesday, Dan Le Batard said on his radio show that Lebron James a “lazier player now than we’ve seen in 10 years.”

Le Batard added that James simply “can’t shoot anymore.” The stats back up his claim.

During the 2012-13 season in Miami, James shot a career-high 40.6 percent on his 3-point shots. He has declined each year since. He shot 37.9 percent in 2013-14, 35.4 percent last season, and is currently shooting a career-low 28.4 percent from beyond the arc.

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Report: Saints likely to release Marques Colston

February 23, 2016 – 2:35 pm by Will DeWitt

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Just a couple of weeks ago, the New Orleans Saints cut offensive lineman Jahri Evans, linebackers David Hawthorne and Ramon Humber, and receiver Seantavius Jones.

It appears that soon you can add Marques Colston to the list.

According to Mike Triplett, the Saints are “likely” to release the 10-year pro.

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Cubs owners latest entity threatened by Donald Trump

February 23, 2016 – 2:06 am by Hickey

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The owners of the Chicago Cubs joined Mexicans, Muslims and Megyn Kelly on the lengthening list of things Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump does not care for on Monday.

The voice of America’s increasingly angry hordes of half-literates has taken exception to the fact members of the Ricketts family, which owns the ballclub, are apparently dumping millions of dollars into an anti-Trump super PAC.

 

Like much of what Trump says, the tweet is an accusatory and threatening half-truth.

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The Gronk Party Ship looked like a lot of fun

February 22, 2016 – 4:08 pm by Will DeWitt
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This past weekend, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski and his party ship, the Norwegian Pearl, did what Gronk does best: Party, Party, and Party some more.

And you know what? It looked like a lot of fun.

The ship made its maiden voyage Friday and arrived at “Gronk’s Island” in the Bahamas a couple days later. There were 2,500 guests on board including, Flo Rida, Redfoo, Waka Flocka Flame, Sammy Adams.

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Pittsburgh Pirates Andrew McCutchen open to contract extension

February 22, 2016 – 3:26 pm by Will DeWitt

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Even though three years stand between now and the time that Andrew McCutchen hits the open market, the Pirates center fielder said on Monday that if the Pirates are interested in extending his contract, he would be all for it.

According to an article on ESPN, when McCutchen reported to spring training he was asked if he wanted to finish his career in a Pirates uniform. He replied: “I think you know that answer. I don’t need to answer that, really. But everyone knows I want to be here. So that’s nothing new to anyone.”

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Steelers’ Heath Miller hanging up the cleats after 11 seasons

February 19, 2016 – 4:13 pm by Will DeWitt

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After 11 seasons, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that tight end Heath Miller will be calling it a career.

Miller was the 30th overall pick in the 2005 draft and started 167 out of 168 games throughout his career. His 168 games are the most all-time by a tight end in Steelers’ history. Read the rest of this entry »

Harry Shipp’s mom doesn’t take son’s trade incredibly well

February 16, 2016 – 11:47 pm by Kevin Johnston
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Moms, bless their precious little souls. Bless them with flowers and hugs and unicorns.

If you do their sons wrong, forget about it. An angry mother sticking up for her son is a young man’s first, last and best line of defense. Brand new Chicago Fire manager Veljko Paunovic and the rest of the Fire front office learned that lesson the hard way this week.

Out of nowhere, the Fire up and traded their Homegrown Player and one of the most promising young attackers in Major League Soccer in midfielder Harry Shipp. Chicago sent their hometown hero off to the Montreal Impact in exchange for General Allocation Money and Targeted Allocation Money.

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