Keith Yandle Will Give New York Rangers A New Offensive Dimension

by Sean Hartnett
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Newly-acquired Keith Yandle can be a difference-maker for the New York Rangers. He will provide fast legs, a rocket shot and excellent puckhandling.

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10 Rentals for NHL Trade Deadline and Where Each May Be Headed

by Pat Pickens

Pat Pickens looks at 10 players who could be on the move leading up to the NHL Trade Deadline.


Rangers Center Derick Brassard Has Proven He’s Worth Every Penny

by Sean Hartnett

Rangers center Derick Brassard has proven his critics wrong all season long. He’s justified every penny of his lucrative five-year, $25 million extension.

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Overpay Me: An MLB Story

by Tomas Laverty

MLB players are grossly overpaid, and it’s only going to get grosser.

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Open Letter to Major League Baseball

by Tomas Laverty

XN Sports’ Tomas Laverty pens an open letter to Major League Baseball detailing his hopes/gripes for the upcoming season.

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Nashville Predators Have Equipped Themselves For A Deep Playoff Run

by Sean Hartnett

XN Sports writer Sean Hartnett believes the additions of Mike Santorelli and Cody Franson gives the Nashville Predators a real shot at lifting Lord Stanley.

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Minnis: Jackie Robinson West Little League Players Lose Out To Racism?

by Glenn Minnis

Glenn Minnis looks at the racial issues surrounding Jackie Robinson West’s punishment.

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Buyer Beware: Cuban-Born MLB Players the Newest Bubble to Pop?

by Mario Mergola

Whenever anything grows too large too quickly, the factors associated with its growth tend to get ignored.

Katy Perry

Super Bowl XLIX Prop Bets: The Only Predictions That Matter

by Mario Mergola

We may not know football as well as we all like to believe, but we know our Bill Belichick hoodie preference. Or our Gatorade, Katy Perry, and how to bet on them.

Richard Sherman

NFL Picks: Super Bowl XLIX Prediction

by Mario Mergola

Mario Mergola previews Super Bowl XLIX and offers his prediction for the big game.

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Anthony Mason

Anthony Mason, Sad Case of An Athlete Dying Young

by Glenn Minnis

No one challenged Anthony Mason to be the best he could be the way he challenged himself. And that’s just the way he should always be most remembered.

Kevin Garnett

Kevin Garnett Craves Minnesota, Wolves Desperately Need KG

by Glenn Minnis

Kevin Garnett returns to Minnesota to finish out his career, but what’s next for KG in the Twin Cities?



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Sued For Discrimination, Mets COO Jeff Wilpon Has A LONG History of Being the Absolute Worst

by Igor Derysh

While the accusations against Mets COO Jeff Wilpon are enraging, the worst charge is that he tried to blame anyone else for his 12-year reign of ineptitude.

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Adrian Peterson and America’s Macho Dad B.S.

by Igor Derysh

Adrian Peterson grew up in an era of ‘macho dads’ hitting their kids, drinking, smoking, and only referring to other races with slurs. Now we know better.



Goran Dragic

NBA Trade Deadline Lesson: Teamwork Trumps Talent

by Bogar Alonso

Buried in the narrative that talent trumps everything, two of the biggest trades were aimed at squashing toxicity than getting equal talent in return.

Goran Dragic

The NBA Trade Deadline Extravaganza

by Bogar Alonso

Full recap of the flurry of moves that went down at the NBA trade deadline.



Keith Yandle

Keith Yandle Will Give New York Rangers A New Offensive Dimension

by Sean Hartnett

Newly-acquired Keith Yandle can be a difference-maker for the New York Rangers. He will provide fast legs, a rocket shot and excellent puckhandling.



Cole Hamels

Trading For Cole Hamels Not The Right Move For Red Sox

by Tony Consiglio

According to recent reports the Phillies may be eyeing Red Sox youngsters in exchange for the Philadelphia ace.




John Daly

John Daly Still Struggling To Overcome Ghosts Of John Daly

by Glenn Minnis

Over his 16-year run, John Daly has openly battled alcohol and substance abuse addictions, but clearly those were not his only demons.

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When The Bird Was The Word

by Peter Markus

Fiction author Peter Markus reminds us that Mark Fidrych only needed one season to leave his singular mark on the game.

Tiger Woods

Tiger Woods: Not Gone, But Nearing Forgotten

by Wade Evanson

The golf greatness we knew as Tiger Woods is long gone, replaced by a mere mortal named Eldrick.


What’s in a Name, or A Rose is a Rose is a Rose

by Peter Markus

Fiction author Peter Markus on Pete Rose, and that which lies within a name.


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