Bad Boy Birmingham Bulls of the WHA 1977-78

The 1977-78 season was the penultimate of the World Hockey Association. The Birmingham Bulls may have been trying to take a page out of the Philadelphia Flyers book from a few years earlier. However, the bullying and harassment from Birmingham did not earn them a championship. The Bulls were led by Ken ‘The Rat’ Linseman, […]

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Cleveland’s streak is not only rare, but almost unbelievable

First came the total solar eclipse, which swept across the country on Monday, August 21. Then just a few days later, the streak began to ripple through the sport of baseball and has yet to stop. No team has enjoyed a career like this in a long time, but somehow the Cleveland Indians’ eighteen-game winning […]

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Five Little Known Facts About the Pittsburgh Steelers Great Ben Roethlisberger

The great quest that almost every team in the National Football League participates in at one point or another is the search for the next great quarterback. This doesn’t even have to mean the next great quarterback of all time, it can sometimes mean the next great quarterback in a team’s history. Finding that diamond […]

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The Cleveland Cavaliers continue to fight for their first NBA crown

LeBron James, a franchise player for the Cleveland Cavaliers, has become a certified NBA All-Star. In 2007, James led the Cavs to their first NBA Finals in franchise history. However, did you know that prior to that year, the Cavaliers had reached the Conference Finals for the previous two years (1976, 1992) and had been […]

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MLB pitching decisions are based on assumptions and definitions – headlines

The accepted assumptions are that all pitchers must have a certain height, and that all starters have the same throwing and inning limitations. Additionally, the definitions of an accepted number of pitches per inning and a “quality start” are metrics that are used throughout the Game, with no evidence of their validity being confirmed. Yes, […]

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