Last Night, the Red Sox game against the Orioles was delayed in the second inning because of rain. I mean there was no possible thing to predict such a thing right? No things to predict weather at all? Not a weather app? Continue reading “Red Sox Game Delay Turns to Canceled Game”
Jonathan Kermah and Trevor Wilson discuss the week’s hottest singles, the Spurs/Raptors trade, and Carmelo Anthony to the Rockets.
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Over the next few days, I will be writing a two-part series about the following: should the Patriots have transitioned from Tom Brady to Jimmy Garoppolo? I will construct a YES argument (meaning Garoppolo would not have been traded), and a NO argument (the current course). Each argument will be released separately.
In my article from yesterday, I bash the Red Sox for not doing enough to get Zach Britton, or even a reliever. Instead of getting a reliever, they get another starting pitcher in a trade with Tampa Bay. But this starter has some experience in the bullpen too. Continue reading “Red Sox Aquire Starter”
The old man has decided his next stop on his NBA tour. Vince Carter signs a one year deal worth $2.4 million with the pitiful Atlanta Hawks… Really? Continue reading “Vince Carter to the Hawks”
Defensive End Aaron Donald must be pissed; and for good reason. His teammate Todd Gurley just got paid big time, making him the highest paid back in the NFL with a 4 year/$60 million contract extension. Oh did I forget to mention $45 million of that is guaranteed? Not even Forrest Gump in his prime would think to be paid that money. And as for Brandin Cooks? Well, this of all things is just the frosting on the cake. Continue reading “What do These New Contracts Mean for Aaron Donald?”
This week, Chris Haynes sat down with former Toronto Raptor and now San Antonio Spur DeMar DeRozan. To say the least, he’s still shocked about the trade. I understand though. He got traded by a team he’s given his blood, sweat, and tears to for 9 years straight. He didn’t want to be a Vince Carter, Tracy McGrady, or a Chris Bosh and leave the city of Toronto. But in this day in age where no player is loyal, or organization, things will happen quick in order to move on in hopes of winning a championship. Continue reading “DeMar DeRozan Interview with ESPN”