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Detroit Tigers: Grading the Tigers' Trade Deadline Trades

As the MLB Trade Deadline passed, the Detroit Tigers firmly planted their flag on the “rebooting” side of things (as they like to call it). For a team that was so used to buying at the deadline, the Tigers replenished Read More

Detroit Tigers: Former Infielders Hitting Well With Other Teams

What do the Toronto Blue Jays’ Devon Travis, the Cincinnati Reds’ Eugenio Suarez and the Milwaukee Brewers’ Hernan Perez have in common? Not only are they all 24-years-old, they were all at one time (in the last year) a member Read More

3 Stats from the Seattle Mariners 6-2 Loss vs the Houston Astros

Stats are back! After a brief hiatus, the daily stat posts are back. Here’s three from the M’s 6-2 loss to the ‘Stros. Seven The number of runs allowed by M’s starter J.A. Happ during yet another solid start. With Read More

Seven Stats to Know from the Detroit Tigers’ 2-1 Win over the Kansas City Royals

Because I missed the last game, I decided to offer up more stats. Here’s the numbers to know from the Tigers’ 2-1 win over the Royals. Three The number of hits by leadoff hitter Anthony Gose. While Devon Travis (who Read More

NBA Playoff Teams with Local Connections

With the NBA playoffs underway, here’s a look at the NBA players with local connections playing on teams that made it to the postseason. Without an NBA team in Seattle, we tend to cheer on local players or players with Read More

#NBAPlayoffs Teams with Local Connections: Eastern Conference

With the NBA playoffs underway, here’s a look at the NBA players with local connections playing on teams that made it to the postseason. Without an NBA team in Seattle, we tend to cheer on local players or players with Read More

Bulls vs Raptors: 5 Stats to Know from Thursday’s Game

5 Five—number of turnovers in 14 minutes played for Raptors reserve guard Grevis Vazquez. He had seven turnovers all season entering the game. 27 27—number of points scored by Bulls big man Pau Gasol, a new season high. Gasol also Read More

MLB August Trades Part Two: Losers and Incompletes

In continuation of yesterday’s piece on the winners of the August trading period in Major League Baseball, here’s a look at the teams who didn’t fare as well. It’s hard to judge teams too harshly on August trades. Most teams acquire Read More

The One Fan Base the Heat Have Failed to Alienate and Enrage: Seattle

Do you live in Cleveland? How about some other market? Or are you just a normal, sympathetic sports fan? If so, you probably hate the Miami Heat!!! It would make sense to me if you lived in Cleveland or Toronto Read More