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Posted on June 30, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Los Angeles Dodgers have placed left-handed ace Clayton Kershaw on the 15-day DL with a back injury. Earlier this week, the team admitted that Kershaw has been dealing with soreness in his lower back they described as an “off-and-on issue” that had been around for at […]

Posted on June 25, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine In a move that was at least a little surprising to everybody but him, the Seattle Mariners demoted outfielder Nori Aoki to triple-A on Friday. The 34-year old Aoki has hit just .245/.343/.313 this season and will experience the minor leagues for the first time in his […]

Chesapeake Energy Arena Oklahoma City Thunder About Stadium A multi-purpose facility in downtown Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the Chesapeake Energy Arena is home to the National Basketball Association’s Oklahoma City Thunder. The arena was originally called the Ford Center when it originally opened in 2002, but was changed to Oklahome City Arena in 2010, and changed […]

FedEx Forum Memphis Grizzlies About Stadium Located in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, the FedEx Forum is the home of the National Basketball Association’s Memphis Grizzlies. In addition to being the home court for the Memphis Grizzlies, it also serves as the home to the nearby University of Memphis Men’s Basketball team. They and the Grizzlies had […]

Golden 1 Center Sacramento Kings About Stadium A multi-purpose entertainment and sports facility located in downtown Sacramento, California, the Golden 1 Center serves as home to the National Basketball Association’s Sacramento Kings. It’s one of the main features of the downtown area known as the Downtown Commons, or “DoCo” for short. In order to ensure […]

Madison Square Garden New York Knicks About Stadium One of the most famous buildings in the largest US city, Madison Square Garden is a staple of the New York City area and the home of the National Basketball Association’s New York Knicks. It’s the oldest active professional sports arena in the New York Metro area. […]

Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indiana Pacers About Stadium An indoor sports arena located in Indianapolis, Indiana, the Bankers Life Fieldhouse serves primarily as the home of the National Basketball Association’s Indiana Pacers. Originally named Conseco Fieldhouse when it opened in November of 1999 in the place of the Pacers’ former home, Market Square Arena. The venue […]

Barclays Center Brooklyn Nets About Stadium A multi-purpose venue located in Brooklyn, New York City, the Barclays Center is the home of the National basketball Association’s Brooklyn Nets. It’s the main feature of a $4.9 billion project for business and residential complex area known as Pacific Park. After real estate businessman Bruce Ratner bought the […]

BMO Harris Bradley Center Milwaukee Bucks About Stadium An indoor sports arena located in downtown Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the BMO Harris Bradley Center serves as the home of the National basketball League’s Milwaukee Bucks. In addition to being the home court of the NBA’s Bucks, it’s also the home of Marquette University’s Men’s Basketball team, the […]

Posted on June 21, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Chicago Cubs haven’t faced many setbacks in 2016, but they experienced one Monday night when they placed outfielder Dexter Fowler on the 15-day DL. The team does not consider the injury to be serious, but after Fowler left Saturday’s game against the Pittsburgh Pirates with discomfort […]

AT&T Center San Antonio Spurs About Stadium A multipurpose sports and entertainment arena located on the east side of downtown San Antonio, Texas, it primarily serves as the home to the National basketball Association’s San Antonio Spurs. The stadium cost $175 million at its completion and was originally named the SBC Center in 2002 when […]

Posted on June 18, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine After three weeks and five relief appearances, Clay Buchholz will soon return to the Boston Red Sox starting rotation. Manager John Farrell announced after Friday’s loss to the Seattle Mariners that the team was making a change, with Roenis Elias being demoted to triple-A and Buchholz taking […]

Posted on June 16, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine After much thought and consideration, New York Mets’ third baseman David Wright will undergo surgery to treat a herniated disc in his neck. The surgery will be performed Thursday by Dr. Robert Watkins, who treated Wright while he rehabbed last season after being diagnosed with a chronic […]

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