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Author: Matt Lesnik

Breaking: New York Mets Acquire Francisco Lindor

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe New York Mets are in agreement to trade for Cleveland Indians shortstop Francisco Lindor. Lindor, 27, is a four time All Star, and was one of the key players who helped bring Cleveland to the World Series in 2016. The Mets will also receive pitcher Carlos Carrasco.  Going back to Cleveland are shortstops Amed Rosario and Andres Gimenez, pitcher Josh Wolf and outfielder Isaiah Greene. Lindor joins a loaded Mets offense, joining the likes of Pete Alonso, Jeff McNeil, Michael Conforto, Dominic Smith, Brandon Nimmo, J.D. Davis, and James McCann. Carrasco will aid a rotation...

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Ten Backup Quarterbacks Who Took It To the Next Level

Reading Time: 8 minutesThe backup quarterback position is one of the most important jobs in sports. A team needs a good backup in case of an injury, bad play, or whatever the case may be. Many times throughout the history of the NFL, there have been situations where the starter could not play, and the backup took over. In no specific order, these are ten backup quarterbacks who took it to the next level. Brock Osweiler, Denver Broncos, 2015 The 2015 NFL season is one of the most memorable in recent memory. The Carolina Panthers went 15-1 behind MVP...

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San Diego Padres Acquire Blake Snell from Tampa Bay Rays

Reading Time: 2 minutesThe Tampa Bay Rays have agreed to a trade that would send ace Blake Snell to the San Diego Padres, per Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic. Snell, 28, was the recipient of the 2018 AL Cy Young Award, and is coming off a season where he helped the Rays reach the World Series before eventually falling to the Dodgers. The Rays will reportedly receive the Padres number three prospect, P Luis Patino, C Francisco Mejia, P Cole Wilcox, and C/1B Blake Hunt. Snell joins a Padres rotation headlined by Dilenson Lamet, Chris Paddack, and for the...

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Just End The Suffering: Can the Jets Potentially Be the Worst Winless Team in NFL History?

Reading Time: 4 minutesWith their loss to the New England Patriots on Monday night, the New York Jets fell to 0-9 on the season, the 24th team to do so since the schedule expanded. However, out of the previous 23 teams, only two actually finished the season without winning a game, the 2008 Detroit Lions, and the 2017 Cleveland Browns. Now, the Jets are bad, but are they worse than these teams? Well, they very well could be. The Jets’ worst start in franchise history was previously 0-8 in their 1996 season and went on to finish that season...

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Biggest Bust in Each of the Last Ten NBA Drafts

Reading Time: 5 minutesThe NBA Draft takes place on November 18th this year, and it is a time that many fans get excited for. But if you are a Knicks, Suns, Kings, or Timberwolves fan, every year the draft is complete uncertainty, considering these teams typically do awful in the draft, with a few good picks sprinkled in. And it doesn’t help that these teams typically have high draft picks, making the picks even worse. These teams have drafted some extreme busts over the years, many of them in the last ten years. Each draft has its fair share...

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