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Magic Man: Tim Tebow Homers in First At-Bat for Columbia Fireflies

The legend of Tim Tebow is alive and well and growing by the day. During his first game with the South Atlantic League Columbia Fireflies, the former NFL quarterback and Florida Gators great hit a towering home run in his very first at-bat. Tim Tebow with a homerun in his first at-bat! #LetsGlow pic.twitter.com/82cV2y573N — Columbia Fireflies (@ColaFireflies) April 7, ...

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2017 Major League Baseball Season Opens with Three Sunday Games

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Buy me some peanuts and crackerjack, baseball season is finally opening today. The pursuit of the World Series trophy commences with all 30 teams equal at 0-0 and six months ahead of them. Everyone’s favorite holiday. #OpeningDay (via MLB Fans) https://t.co/M9nmmCpwkB pic.twitter.com/DfJgQE4YWb — MLB (@MLB) April 2, 2017 The three games on Sunday are all division games. The very first ...

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America’s Coach John Tortorella Leads NHL Blue Jackets into Uncharted Territory

John Tortorella’s team is on one heck of a roll these days. The unheralded Columbus Blue Jackets are nipping at the skates of the Washington Capitals for the top spot in the Eastern Conference and home ice advantage in the playoffs. As the grueling death march of the NHL’s postseason nears, the journeyman coach and his battling bunch are well ...

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Gonzaga and North Carolina to Meet for NCAA Basketball Title

After three grueling weeks, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament has produced the two teams who will duel for the title. Saturday’s semifinal contests were both close affairs in which the Gonzaga Bulldogs and North Carolina Tar Heels struggled to put away their pesky upstart foes. Gonzaga took the early game against the surprising South Carolina Gamecocks 77-73 after nearly blowing ...

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The Detroit Red Wings Dynasty is Finally Dead

By anybody’s standards it’s been one hell of a run. A Tuesday loss to the Carolina Hurricanes sucked the last breath out of the once proud Detroit Red Wings dynasty as the big red machine missed the NHL playoffs for the first time since 1990. Think about that. 26 consecutive playoff appearances. The last time that the Red Wings missed ...

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Las Vegas Hits the Jackpot as NFL Approves Raiders Move to Sin City

Dialing up the moving vans is nothing new for the Oakland Raiders. The franchise had previously relocated to Los Angeles after an epic and acrimonious 1982 legal battle between legendary NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle and the equally legendary renegade Raiders owner Al Davis. Davis won and the black and silver moved south. The badasses of the sporting world spent over ...

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March Madness: NCAA Final Four Includes Two Cinderella Teams

The NCAA men’s basketball tournament is now down to a quartet of teams. The survivors, known as the Final Four, will joust for the hardware this coming weekend. Fan favorite Gonzaga continued its success after a dominant 36-1 regular season. The Spokane based private Catholic university is making its first ever trip to the Final Four after winning the West ...

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NFL Star Cornerback Suggests That Colin Kaepernick is Being Blackballed

Some NFL players are rushing to the defense of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick who remains jobless. Outspoken Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has joined the chorus of crybabies who are claiming that Kaepernick is being treated unfairly due to his controversial refusal to stand during the national anthem last season. Accusations of racism and blackballing are flying ...

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Tim Tebow’s Pursuit of Major League Baseball Dream Will Begin in Columbia

If former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow is to realize his dream of playing big league baseball, he will have to work his way up the ladder starting from the low minors. The New York Mets have assigned the former Florida Gators legend to their Class-A affiliate. It will be with the Columbia Fireflies of the South Atlantic League where Tebow ...

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Could Beast Mode Be Coming to the Black Hole?

No NFL team, outside of the Atlanta Falcons, suffered as devastating a loss as the Oakland Raiders last season. With a full head of steam and at least one home playoff game within their grasp, it all went horribly awry one sunny late December afternoon. In a what already looked to be a win against the Indianapolis Colts, Raiders quarterback Derek ...

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BRACKETBUSTER! Down Goes Villanova

The NCAA men’s college basketball tournament has been relatively quiet up until now in terms of upsets but that just changed on Saturday afternoon. Reigning champion Villanova was taken down by a relentless Wisconsin Badgers team in a defeat that has devastated brackets from sea to shining sea. It was a bad omen for the now deposed champs after power ...

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Tampa Bay Bucs Belatedly Admit that They Blew Second Round Draft Pick on a Lousy Kicker

Quite possibly the only thing dumber than squandering a second-round pick on a kicker is doing so on a guy who can’t kick. That exactly is what the Tampa Bay Buccaneers did in last year’s NFL draft by grabbing Florida State University’s Roberto Aguayo with the 59th overall pick. Not only did the Bucs boggle the minds of every rational ...

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