Archive for August, 2017

Robinson Cano named 2017 MLB All-Star Game MVP

Monday, August 28th, 2017:

Robinson Cano had a pretty good Tuesday night. The Mariners second baseman kept the All-Star Game from going any longer in the 10th inning with a shot off of Cubs closer Wade Davis that put the American League in the lead. But not only did that shot win the game, finishing with the American League […]   Read More →

Jackie Bradley Jr. slams into outfield wall during latest amazing catch

Saturday, August 26th, 2017:

Jackie Bradley Jr. continues to amaze in centerfield for Boston. On Friday night against the Angels, after the Sox offense had taken care of a healthy lead early in the game, Bradley made a spectacular defensive play that kept the score as-is. Swarzak has struck out 52 batters in 48 1/3 innings this year for […]   Read More →

Hall of Fame Game is no prize, but at least an ugly NFL offseason is over

Sunday, August 20th, 2017:

There’s an actual, real-life NFL football game Thursday night, the Hall of Fame Game. (All right, it’s an exhibition game, and it’s the one that never made it to kickoff last year. Close enough.) Does that mean the offseason is over … finally? That is, what passes for the NFL offseason. It never really was […]   Read More →

Jones has changed the way the NFL does business.

Monday, August 14th, 2017:

The Class of 2017 consists of Morten Andersen (kicker), Terrell Davis (running back), Kenny Easley (safety), Jerry Jones (owner, president and general manager), Jason Taylor (defensive end), LaDainian Tomlinson (running back) and Kurt Warner (quarterback). Andersen set NFL records for career points (2,544), most field goals (565) and games played (382). He became the first […]   Read More →

How the NFL Life Line is saving lives 5 years after the Junior Seau tragedy

Saturday, August 12th, 2017:

NFL Life Line has “absolutely saved lives,” said league vice president for wellness and clinical services Dwight Hollier. Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images It was five years ago this month that the NFL launched its suicide-prevention hotline, NFL Life Line. The anniversary date is no accident. It was in May 2012 that Pro Football Hall […]   Read More →

↑ Back to Top