MLB: The Home Run Derby We Want To See

With the onset of June now upon us, the baseball season is in full swing. Now that the NHL and NBA seasons are wrapping up with the Finals taking place in both leagues, the focus will shortly shift primarily to baseball. With this comes the crescendo of MLB All Star game discussion. Every season, the…

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NBA: Who should win Rookie of the Year?

On Friday, the NBA announced the finalists for the NBA Rookie of the Year award. The award is given yearly to the best first year player in the NBA as voted on by a global selection of sportswriters and broadcasters. Deandre Ayton of the Phoenix Suns, Trae Young of the Atlanta Hawks, and Luka Doncic…

NHL: Coaches on the Hot Seat

With 27 of the 31 NHL teams done for the season, most of the league is already looking towards the draft, free agency, and next season. With that comes the possibility of some coaches finding themselves on the hot seat as next season approaches. Interestingly, the longest tenured coach in the NHL is Jon Cooper,…

NHL: Possible destinations for Evgeni Malkin

After being uncharacteristically swept by the New York Islanders in the first round of this year’s NHL playoffs, the Pittsburgh Penguins are ready for a retool. Just two years removed from back to back Stanley Cup championships, Pens’ GM Jim Rutherford has a busy summer ahead. One concern for the Penguins is that they’re built…

NHL: Where do the Leafs go now?

After a Game 7 loss to the Boston Bruins in the first round for the second straight season, the Toronto Maple Leafs are in a tough spot. They have two players earning over $10 million dollars next year (Matthews, Tavares) and possibly a third player when rising superstar Mitch Marner signs a contract extension this…

NFL: Five Prime Time Games to Look Forward in 2019

With the 2019 NFL schedule being released last Wednesday, it’s time to take an early look at some prime time match-ups that could provide real excitement and intrigue this season. Here are five prime time games that you have to tune in for: Cleveland Browns at New York Jets: Monday, September 16 at 8:15 PM…

MLB: The Blue Jays’ Low Attendance is Cause for Bigger Concern

In 2016, Marcus Stroman wrote in The Player’s Tribune about how Toronto is a baseball city. At the time, it was; the Jays average attendance in 2015 was 34,504, 8th in all of Major League Baseball. It continued into 2016, when the average attendance was 37,661, good for 7th in baseball. Throwback to April 7,…