It’s a done deal, Roy Oswalt is headed to Philadelphia. Details of the deal have been reported and Oswalt joins the Phillies who are climbing back in to the division race.
Archive for July, 2010
Matt Garza of the Tampa Bay Rays threw a no-hitter Monday night. That makes for the fifth no-hitter in baseball this year. We haven’t seen this trend in pitching since 1991, when 7 no-hitters were tossed in a season.
What’s more remarkable is that two of them were perfect games. Two perfect games haven’t been thrown in the same year since 1880.
This resurgence in pitching command poses the question:
Is pitching that much better, or is hitting that much worse? (more…)
I’ve seen a lot of articles out on the web about the dispute between the NFL owners (NFL) and the NFL players union (NFLPA) regarding negotiation of the new collective bargaining agreement (CBA). The overwhelming theme with them all, they’re too complicated. I am going to share with you the major issues that the two sides are currently not budging on, and offer a little perspective on what to do about it. (more…)
Everyone knows that LeBron James decided to sign with the Miami Heat, joining Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade to form a perceived superpower in the NBA capable of winning several championships. James’ made it painfully obvious on Thursday night with his one hour ESPN special, “The Decision”.
Now that we have more details, it remains to be seen if they can really build a winner… (more…)
This is my twelfth year playing fantasy football. Before it was the online sensation it is now, we were picking up the USA Today and scoring by hand. These are a few things I’ve learned along the way that you need to keep in mind if you want to make it appear you know what you’re doing and win your league.
Here are fifteen keys to domination in no particular order: (more…)