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It's Opening Day, and as the Rangers begin their 2017 attempt to beat the Blue Jays in the playoffs (and also try to win the World Series but one step at a time), here's a look at the upcoming season. Sabermetrics say the Rangers were lucky rather than good last year because of their success in one-run games and +8...
There is no denying that the previous all-star selection process needed some work. The solely fan-based process has been the law of the land for quite some time now, but it has produced some very questionable choices. I understand that the All-Star Game is supposed to be a game "for the fans," but Zaza freaking Pachulia almost got a...
Well, the Cowboys made it back to the divisional round of the NFL Playoffs! Dallas fans could not have been more excited and optimistic heading into this year's postseason. However, their highly-anticipated Super Bowl run was quickly thwarted by the Green Bay Packers, again. The game was not necessarily hinged on one play like in the 2014 matchup (Dez caught it),...
The year is 1945. William Sianis and his goat, Murphy, have just been asked to leave Game 4 of the World Series at Wrigley Stadium. Enraged, Sianis utters a curse declaring the Cubs will never win another World Series. Following this event, the cubs remained without another World Series win, which lead some to believe Sianis' threat. Others blame the lack of...
As the Dallas Cowboys jump to a 2-1 start, many have taken to the argument of who is a better quarterback, Tony Romo or Dak Prescott. Dak, a fourth round draft pick, has proven himself to be a solid replacement for the battle-tested Tony Romo while he recovers from a back injury. The question remains; is it time for...
42-31-10 (92 points). That was the record for the 2014-15 Dallas Stars who failed to make the playoffs. If the 2015-16 Dallas Stars's progression could be described in a phrase, it would be "leaps and bounds" (except for goaltending). The Stars record this year was 50-23-9 (109 points). Good for first in the central division, which is widely regarded the...
In a sea of purple and gold jerseys, a thunderous “MVP” chant filled the buzzing Staples Center as the Laker great took and made his final points in his NBA career on the free throw line. The mixture of absolute exuberance and sadness was palpable throughout the course of the game, but when Kobe Bryant scored his last of...
 2016 has finally reached April, which marks the start of warm weather, the entrance of the home stretch for the school year, and the dawn of a new baseball season. Monday marks Opening Day for much of the MLB, including the Texas Rangers, who take on Seattle at home. After a comeback season in which they conquered their division only...

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