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Monthly Archives: July 2016

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Posted on July 30, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine It’s no secret that the Washington Nationals have been desperately seeking a closer, especially after back-to-back blown saves by Jonathan Papelbon earlier this week. On Saturday, the Nationals finally found a new closer. Washington has acquired Mark Melancon from the Pittsburgh Pirates in exchange for lefty reliever […]

Posted on July 27, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The San Diego Padres have been one of the most active sellers this season, already trading four notable players, most recently Melvin Upton Jr., and they won’t appear to be done just yet. According to reports, the team is working hard and making progress on a trade […]

Posted on July 26, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Washing Nationals activated first baseman Ryan Zimmerman from the 15-day DL on Tuesday after missing nearly three weeks with a strained rib cage. Zimmerman is in the lineup for Washington’s game Tuesday against the Cleveland Indians. The Nationals are hoping to get a boost from Zimmerman for […]

Posted on July 25, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine After much speculation, multiple sources have confirmed that the Chicago Cubs and New York Yankees have agreed to a trade involving closer Aroldis Chapman. The Cubs will acquire Chapman from the Yankees in exchange for four minor leaguers: shortstop Gleyber Torres, pitcher Adam Warren, outfielder Billy McKinney, and outfielder […]

Posted on July 25, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine With one week to go until the August 1 non-waiver trade deadline, one of the biggest names available in terms of position players is Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy. Several teams have inquired about Lucroy’s availability, as he is a potential difference maker for any contending team. One […]

Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia 76ers About Stadium A multi-purpose facility located in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the Wells Fargo Center is the home court of the National Basketball Association’s Philadelphia 76ers. The stadium was originally name the Spectrum II prior to its completion, then the CoreStates Center, First Union Center, and Wachovia Center before arriving at […]

Vivint Smart Home Arena Utah Jazz About Stadium Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Vivint Smart Home Arena serves primarily as the home to the National Basketball Assocation’s Utah Jazz. The arena also serves as the home to the Arena Football league’s Utah Blaze and the Women’s National Basketball League’s Utah Starzz. Originally named […]

Verizon Center Chicago Bulls About Stadium A sports and entertainment venue located in Washington D.C., the Verizon Center serves as home to the National basketball Association’s Washington Wizards. In addition to being the home of the Wizards, the arena also serves as home to a number of other local teams both professional and college including […]

United Center Chicago Bulls About Stadium A multi-purpose facility located on the west side of downtown Chicago, the United Center serves primarily as the home for the National basketball Association’s CHicago Bulls. The arena is also the home ice for the National Hockey league’s Chicago Blackhawks, whose owner, Bill Wirtz, was the original force behind […]

Toyota Center Houston Rockets About Stadium An indoor sports and entertainment facility located in downtown Houston, Texas, the Toyota Center is primarily the home of the National basketball Association’s Houston Rockets. In 1995, Rockets’ owner Leslie Alexander started his push for a new stadium for his Rockets, and attempted to end his lease with The […]

Time Warner Cable Arena Charlotte Bobcats About Stadium The longtime home to the Charlotte Hornets, and for awhile known as the Charlotte Bobcats, Time Warner Cable Aren is a multi-purpose facility located in downtown Charlotte, North Carolina. The stadium is owned by the city of Charlotte and the Charlotte Hornets franchise operate the facility. The […]

The Palace of Auburn Hills Detroit Pistons About Stadium Commonly referred to as The Palace, the Palace of Auburn Hills is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena located in Auburn Hills, Michigan and is the home of the National basketball Association’s Detroit Pistons. Since opening in 1988, The Palace has been home to a number […]

TD Garden Boston Celtics About Stadium Nicknamed The Boston Garden, or The Garden, the TD Garden is a historic sports arena in Boston, Massachusetts which primarily serves as the home of the NBA’s Boston Celtics. The arena was originally named the Shawmut Center, when it was completed in 1995. Then changed to FleetCenter, then later […]

Target Center Minnesota Timberwolves About Stadium A multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, the Target Center is the home floor of the National basketball Association’s Minnesota Timberwolves. In addition to being the home of the Timberwolves since 1990, it’s also the home court of the Women’s National Basketball Association’s Minnesota Lynx. […]

Talking Stick Resort Arena Phoenix Suns About Stadium A multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena located in Phoenix, Arizona, the Talking Stick Resort Arena serves primarily as the home of the National Basketball Association’s Phoenix Suns. Originally known as the America West Arena when it originally opened in 1992, the name was changed to the Airways […]

Staples Center Los Angeles Lakers / Los Angeles Clippers About Stadium A multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue located in the heart of Los Angeles, California, the Staples Center serves as home to two franchises in the National Basketball Association: the LA Lakers and the LA Clippers. The stadium is owned by the LA Arena COmpany […]

Smoothie King Center New Orleans Pelicans About Stadium An indoor arena located in downtown New Orleans, Louisiana, the Smoothie King Center is primarily the home of the National Basketball Association’s New Orleans Pelicans. The arena was originally ame New Orleans Arena when it opened in 1999, and the Pelicans were previously named the New Orleans […]

Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland Cavaliers About Stadium Commonly referred to as”The Q” by locals, the Quicken Loans Arena is a multi-purpose facility located in downtown Clevleand, Ohio and the home to the National basketball Association’s Cleveland Cavaliers. In addition to being the home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, it’s also the home arena to the […]

Philips Arena Atlanta Hawks About Stadium A multi-purpose sports and entertainment arena located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, Philip Arena is the home to the National basketball Association’s Atlanta Hawks. In addition to being the home of the NBA’s Atlanta Hawks, the Philips Arena is also home to the Atlanta Dream from the Women’s National basketball […]

Pepsi Center Denver Nuggets About Stadium The home of the National Basketball Association’s Denver Nuggets, the Pepsi Center is a multi-purpose facility located in downtown Denver. In addition to being the home of the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, it also serves as home to the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, and the National Lacrosse League’s Colorado Mammoth. The […]

Oracle Arena Golden State Warriors About Stadium The multi-purpose facility located in Oakland, California, the Oracle Arena primarily serves as the home four for the National basketball Association’s Golden State Wariors. The arena opened in 1996 and was originally known as the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Arena. The venue had a full renovation done in 1997 […]

Moda Center Portland Trail Blazers About Stadium An indoor sports arena located in Portland, Oregon, the Moda Center serves as home court for the National basketball Association’s Portland Trailblazers. It was originally named the Rose Garden when it opened in 1995 and is large enough to accommodate a variety of different entertainment and sporting events. […]

Posted on July 21, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The playoff hopes for the Texas Rangers may have taken a serious hit on Wednesday, as the team placed both designated hitter Prince Fielder and outfielder Shin-Soo Choo on the DL. Fielder has herniated disks in his back that may require surgery, while Choo received an injection […]

Posted on July 18, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Minnesota Twins have fired their general manager and executive vice president Terry Ryan. The team made the announcement Monday, while also naming assistant GM Rob Antony as the team’s interim GM. The Twins are 33-58 this season, owners of the worst record in the American League. […]

Posted on July 16, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Before the Chicago Cubs got the second half of their season underway on Friday, all-star first baseman Anthony Rizzo had a few things he wanted to get off his chest. Rizzo verbally attacked the media over their negativity and sense of panic over the Cubs struggles heading […]

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