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Tag: offense

Detroit Tigers: Series Against Mariners is a Golden Opportunity

Things aren’t going according to plain in Detroit. Not a single soul thought the team would be below .500 this far into the season. Sure, the starting pitching would be taking a slight step back, but the defense would be Read More

Seattle’s Best: The Best Night in Seattle Sports in a Long Time

If you live under a rock, or maybe you don’t watch Monday Night Football, then you missed one of the greatest games in the shows’ history. It was a classic, one that Seattle won 14-12. The Seahawks, with the 12th Read More

Max Scherzer is the Key to the Tigers’ Success

I certainly don’t mean offensively, because that’s a terribly small sample size in interleague play, but Scherzer is the key to the Tigers’ success. I’ll tell you why. Well, scratch that, I won’t tell you now, but that line sounded Read More

Dynasty? Nahhhh: Why OKC Won’t Win Titles

There has been speculation from all of the talking heads and what have you that this is the first of many opportunities for a basketball team in Oklahoma City to win a title. And now I will explain why that Read More

The Good Old What If Game: Felix Hernandez’s Lack of Run Support

Felix Hernandez might be the best pitcher in baseball not to win an MVP and Cy Young in the same season. For a prime example of his skill look at the 2010 season when he won only 13 games to Read More

NCAA Tournament Picks to Clicks

March Madness is back. Christmas has come back early in March. None the less, the Madness is here again. Here’s what you need to know when you fill out the brackets: Curious seeding to look out for. Some teams are Read More