• Posts Tagged ‘baseball’

    Head Coaches: The Scapegoat for a Bad Team

    by  • April 22, 2013 • Sports • 1 Comment

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    By FRANK DAPOLITO Every new season of sports has its stories. There are good teams, and there are bad teams. The good teams are praised in every aspect, while bad teams are ridiculed. When a team fails, it is hard to find the quintessential reason for why the team did not perform so well. but...

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    NFL Combine: How Important is it?

    by  • March 7, 2013 • Sports • 0 Comments

    College Athlete participating in the NFL Combine. PHOTO/Roanoke.com

    By ROSS CAPUANA The NFL combine, a test on college athletes’ ability to run, jump, catch, throw and other intangibles of the NFL game, kicked off last week. The issue that comes into play with the combine is, do these running drills and non-contact drills really determine how good a player you will be in...

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    October Provides Sports Fans With Emotional Moments

    by  • October 25, 2012 • News • 0 Comments

    Raul Ibanez hits a game winning home run in the ALDS against the Orioles (Photo/Robert Deutsch/USA TODAY Sports).

    By ANTHONY SMITH, LUAN MADANI and  JONATHAN MALLON In a month where all four major sports season collide (when there isn’t a NHL lockout),  memories are made and history is written. October is a month where sports fans can rejoice. The events that have taken place over the past month, especially in the Major League...

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    Red Sox Manager Bobby Valentine Gets the Boot

    by  • October 17, 2012 • Sports • 1 Comment

    Only one year working for the Red Sox, Valentine gets fired after worst season in 50 year history for Boston.

    By KRISTA SALINARDI Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine gets ejected from the clubhouse, Thursday, Oct. 4,, after only one year of being in contract. Based on the 69-93 record, the worst in almost 50 years for Red Sox Nation, the management demanded a change. According to the Huffington Post, since Valentine went into power, the...

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