Tampa Bay Rays Come Out Over San Diego Padres

The Tampa Bay Rays have turned to an old formula to shake their recent bad stretch. Starting pitching, outstanding defensive plays, well-timed hits and shutout relief pitching left the Rays with a 4-2 victory over the San Diego Padres this weekend. Sean Rodriguez said: “It felt like it was back to normal. You can never…

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Ari Glass on NFL Free Agency

According to Ari Glass, managing member at Boothbay Management LLC and Giants enthusiast, the NY football team has been relatively quiet in free agency. In a blog article, he explains that “the biggest move they have made has been restructuring some of their player contracts or cutting other over priced players.  They have been very…

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LeBron James Returns for a 106-87 Victory

After undergoing several tests, LeBron James took the court last night to lead the Miami Heat to a 106-87 win over the 76ers. James scored 27 points despite his three-game break following a hamstring injury. Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said: “He knows his body better than anybody, so he knew how to pace himself and…

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Carolina Hurricane Win 3-2 Despite Injured Goalie

Dan Ellis, goalie for the Carolina Hurricane, didn’t start in yesterday’s game against the Florida Panthers. He did end up playing though, and helped his team earn a 3-2 victory with 19 saves. Ellis explained that his initial reluctance to play was due to an illness. “Just wasn’t feeling well,” Ellis said. “Some type of…

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Zarsha Leo CEO on the Super Bowl Blackout

This year’s Super Bowl started out rather dry, with the 49ers trailing behind the Ravens 21-6. The half time show featured a disappointing performance from Beyonce, as well as a brief visit from Destiny’s Child. To top it all off, power was lost at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome for a total of 34 minutes, making it…

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Super Bowl 2013- Game, Halftime Show and Commercials

Despite its slow beginning, this year’s Super Bowl managed to build up some serious momentum. The first half set the precedent for an equally dull halftime performance by Beyonce, which culminated in a half-hour blackout. Conspiracy theorists believe the league manipulated the situation to pump some fresh adrenaline into the game; whether this is true…

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Denver Broncos Vs. Baltimore Ravens Playoffs 2013

Last night featured what was probably the most intense NFL game this season, with the Denver Broncos and Baltimore Ravens coming head to head and finally ending the game in a double overtime. Despite their best efforts, the Broncos lost to the Ravens 38-35. See the game highlights here:  

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NFL Playoffs of 2013

The NFL season is on the brink of the playoffs, with this year’s predicted Super Bowl champion team already out of the running. One of the best ways to stay up to date on the season, playoff news, athlete stats and expert projections is with a subscription to a sports magazine like ESPN through the…

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AJ Discala: From Crew Captain to CEO

AJ Discala, CEO of Omniview Capital Advisor, has always had a solid work ethic. His spirit and leadership skills were first revealed in high school, when he focused on crew. Through rowing, Discala learned how to lead a group, boost motivation and encourage teamwork. His talent was further developed when he refined his rowing skills…

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A Dream Comes True for Cerebral Palsy Teen

18-year-old Nick Anderson manages the basketball team at the Academy of Holy Angels high school in Minnesota. Challenged with cerebral palsy, Nick has never been able to play. Never, that is, until this week. “There is no better feeling than stepping on the court with a jersey on,” Anderson said after the game. “This is…

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