Tag: MVP

Report: Bonds, “I had two years left in a life sentence”

I can remember the night of my thirteenth birthday like it was just yesterday. Laying in an upstairs bedroom at my father’s old house in Shelby, Michigan, I watched San Francisco Giants slugger Barry Bonds’ pursuit of the single-season home run record on an old, black box television.  Most of my birthdays were always celebrated

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Jordan on Curry: “Not A Hall Of Famer Yet”

Michael Jordan is possibly the most-transcending figure the game of basketball has ever seen. After winning six NBA championships in his career, garnering a multitude of individual accolades and records, and building a billion dollar business with Jordan brand shoes and apparel, his royal “airness” carries more weight in basketball circles than anyone throughout the

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Aikman On Mahomes: “Talk To Me When He Has 33% Of My Super Bowl Titles”

There’s no doubt about it. Kansas City Chiefs quarterback and reigning MVP Patrick Mahomes is unlike anything we’ve ever seen at his position on a football field. The third year signal-caller is already being anointed as the best QB in the National Football League against the likes of Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees and Tom Brady.

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AL MVP Debate: Is Mike Trout Still A Lock After Injury?

On Sunday, The Los Angeles Angels announced outfielder Mike Trout would miss the rest of the 2019 season due to a lingering nerve issue, requiring surgery on his right foot. Doctors say the injury (Morton’s Neuroma) developed over time and was unavoidable. After missing the Angels’ previous eight games, the team was hoping to get

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Verlander’s No-Hitter Aids Argument For “Best” Pitcher Of His Generation

On Sunday, the Houston Astros’ starting pitcher Justin Verlander threw his third career no-hitter against the Toronto Blue Jays. The former American League MVP struck out 14 batters and walked only one. With his latest no-hit gem, Verlander joined some elite company and trails only Hall-of-Famers Nolan Ryan (seven) and Sandy Koufax (four) for the

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Michigan HS Baseball Star DJ LeMahieu in AL MVP Discussion

Mike Trout is the greatest baseball player on Planet Earth. Make no doubt about it, the modern-day reincarnation of Mickey Mantle is the front-runner to win the American League’s Most Valuable Player Award. With 42 home-runs and 99 runs batted-in, there are 29 games remaining for the Anaheim Angels outfielder to continue his domination of

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