Reading Time: 2 minutesThe San Francisco Giants kicked off their 2020 season yesterday in what was the most unusual Opening Day in Major League Baseball history. In what seemed to be a close game through the first four, all chaos broke loose in the seventh inning. Coming into this season, it was known San Francisco would struggle in two HUGE ways: those being a decent bullpen and lack of power hitters. Both were clearly a great portion of last night’s loss. Although the Giants winded up with eight hits last night, zero were for extra bases. With Brandon Belt...Read More
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Ever since #LeBronJames left the #Cavaliers, it’s been tough sledding in Cleveland.
But things are much different now, and it’s far from a fluke.
✍️ Izzy shows us why the Cavs are here to stay:
There’s some kind of magic about #CollegeBasketball that sets it apart from #CollegeFootball.
But what exactly is it?
✍️ Kellan gives his take:
It’s never too early for #NBADraft talk.
After a hectic start to the 2021-22 #CollegeBasketball season, prospect stocks have been all over the spectrum.
✍️ Draft guru Jacob Lerea gives his first set of takeaways:
It’s been a really frustrating stretch for the #Flyers as of late.
But how did they go from CONTENDERS to REBUILDERS so quickly?
✍️ Jacob explains in his recent piece:
Sports fans have a tendency to overrate players. There’s nothing wrong with that, it’s just a fact. However, there are some players who get overrated just because they are or were so well-liked.
✍️ Matt Lesnik presents: "The Matt Stafford Syndrome"
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