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Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Oh my God.
This offseason has...well...it's been electric.
I'm pretty sure every imaginable record for contracts has been broken except for overall salary, and there've already been multiple blockbuster trades. Heck, in what feels like the span of a week, Zack Grienke came out of nowhere to sign with Arizona, the same DBacks went and traded the remaining valuable parts of the farm system for Shelby Miller, and the Phillies traded Ken Giles, who was thought of as the closer of the future, for a quintet of Houston pitching prospects.
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Last week, college basketball commentator and analyst Jay Bilas made this statement: none of the teams this year are as good as the top five from last year (this top five consists of Wisconsin, Kentucky, Duke, Arizona, and Virginia). Normally, I agree with Jay Bilas. He is by far my favorite commentator and he has an incredible knowledge of college hoops (despite attending that evil university). No offense Jay, but you’re dead wrong. I‘d let it slide if it were mentioned casually once or twice but you keep on talking about it and it’s driving me nuts.
Wednesday, December 9, 2015
The Phillies gave away youth and got even younger.
Late Wednesday night, new GM Matt Klentak made the first big move of his tenure as the Phillies matched up with their favorite trade partner and switched their traditional roles, with closer Ken Giles headed to Houston in exchange for pitchers Vincent Velasquez, Brett Oberholtzer, Mark Appel, Thomas Eshelman, and Harold Arauz
Monday, November 30, 2015
While the Warriors remain undefeated, the Sixers have still yet to win a game! To make matters worse, Jahlil Okafor might need a babysitter. Are the Eagles the worse team in football? Chip Kelly can cross USC off his list of potential jobs next season. The Panthers, on the other hand, may have a legitimate shot at an undefeated regular season. Finally, Kobe Bryant announced he will retiring following this season and Saint Joseph's takes on Villanova tomorrow night in the Holy War!