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Posted on August 31, 2016, by Travis Pulver Minnesota Vikings fans have been looking forward to this season. Not only would there brand new billion dollar stadium be finished, but expectations for their team were high. Last season Adrian Peterson proved age is only a number (for some guys), that their defense is one of […]

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Posted on August 29, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Washington Nationals look poised to recapture the NL East division crown this season, and they will be bringing in veteran pitching reinforcements to help finish the job. The Nationals have agreed to promote Mat Latos to the big leagues when rosters expand on Thursday. Latos signed […]

Posted on August 28, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Baltimore Orioles have added a familiar face for their September playoff chase. The Orioles announced Sunday morning that they have signed reliever Tommy Hunter to a major league contract. Hunter was released by the Cleveland Indians earlier this week, freeing him up to sign with any […]

Posted on August 27, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine In preparation for the stretch run in a tight division race, the Toronto Blue Jays have added a familiar face. Friday evening, the Blue Jays acquired catcher Dioner Navarro from the Chicago White Sox in exchange for minor league pitcher Colton Turner. Navarro spent 2014 and 2015 […]

Posted on August 24, 2016, by Travis Pulver These days, when the Seattle Seahawks have been in the news it is because someone else was thrown out of practice for fighting; usually defensive lineman Michael Bennett. However, the latest altercation to hit the newswire involved wide receiver Doug Baldwin and defensive back Richard Sherman–and resulted […]

Posted on August 21, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Toronto Blue Jays made a rather surprising move on Sunday, optioning starting pitcher Aaron Sanchez to the minors. The move is designed to help limit the number of innings Sanchez throws this season. Instead of being optioned to triple-A, the Blue Jays have actually optioned him […]

Posted on August 20, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine The Texas Rangers announced Saturday that they have signed outfielder Carlos Gomez to a minor league contract. The move comes 10 days after he was designated for assignment by the Houston Astros and two days after the Astros released him after being unable to trade him. Gomez […]

Posted on August 20, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Even with the non-waiver trade deadline behind us, it’s still possible for teams to make trades prior to the end of August. Such trades usually involve high-salary players who will undoubtedly pass through waivers without being claimed. Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard is a great example […]

Posted on August 19, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine Major League Baseball announced Friday that it has completed its investigation of Philadelphia Phillies first baseman Ryan Howard and Washington Nationals first baseman Ryan Zimmerman and found that neither violated the league’s drug policy. The investigation relates to an Al-Jazeera documentary released in December that claimed that […]

BB&T Center Florida Panthers About Stadium An indoor sports arena and entertainment venue located in Sunrise, Florida, the BB&T Center serves primarily as the home of the Florida Panthers from the National Hockey League. The stadium has had a long list of naming rights exchanges over the years of its existence. It was known as […]

Amalie Arena Tampa Bay Lightning About Stadium A multi-purpose arena located in Tampa Florida, the Amalie Arena is primarily the home-ice of the Tampa Bay Lighting from the National Hockey League. In addition to being the home of the Lighting in the NHL, it’s also the home field for the Tampa Bay Storm of the […]

Posted on August 18, 2016 by Bryan Zarpentine MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred sat down with the game’s owners Thursday in Houston, as the group discussed possible rule changes. Among the issues discussed and possible changes presented by Manfred were restrictions on defensive shifts, limits on pitching changes, and pitch clocks. Manfred has been pushing to improve baseball’s […]

Yankee Stadium New York Yankees About Stadium An open-air ballpark located in the Bronx of New York City, Yankee Stadium primarily elves as the home field to Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees. The stadium was opened in 2009 to replace the original Yankee Stadium. The Yankees had played most of their 85 years in […]

Wrigley Field Chicago Cubs About Stadium One of the cornerstone stadiums in baseball, Wrigley Field is located on the North side of Chicago, Illinois and is the home of Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs. Originally built in 1914 for the Chicago Whales who played in the Federal League, the stadium was called Weeghman Park. The […]

U.S. Cellular Field Chicago White Sox About Stadium An open-air baseball park located on the South side of downtown Chicago, Illinois, U.S. Cellular Field is home to Major League Baseball’s Chicago White Sox. The stadium is operated by the White Sox franchise, but owned by the Sports Facilities Authority in Illinois. The Chicago White Sox […]

Turner Field Atlanta Braves About Stadium An open-air ballpark located in downtown Atlanta, George and serves primarily as home field for Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves from the National League East. The stadium was originally named Centennial Olympic Stadium in 1996 for the ’96 Summer Olympic Games before being named to Turner Field. The Braves […]

Tropicana Field Tampa Bay Rays About Stadium An indoor domed stadium located in St. Petersburg, Florida, Tropicana Field serves primarily as the home field for Major League Baseball’s Tampa Bay Rays of the American league East division. Tropicana Field, also commonly referred to as “The Trop,” has been the home of the Tampa Bay Rays […]

Target Field Minnesota Twins About Stadium An open-air baseball stadium located in downtown Minneapolis, Minnesota, Target Field is primarily the home of Major League Baseball’s Minnesota Twins from the American League Central Division. The Twins moved into the stadium for the start of the 2010 MLB season after playing 28 seasons at their former home, […]

Safeco Field Seattle Mariners About Stadium A retractable roof stadium located in downtown Seattle, Washington, Safeco Field is primarily the home of Major League baseball’s Seattle Mariners of the American League West Division. The Mariners’ old home, the Kingdome, was worried to be unsuitable for a major league franchise during the early to mid-90s, as […]

Rogers Centre Toronto Blue Jays About Stadium A closed dome stadium located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Rogers Centre is home to Major League Baseball’s Toronto Blue Jays. Originally named the SkyDome when it opened back in 1989, the stadium used to be the home field for the Toronto Argonauts from the Canadian Football league, as […]

Progressive Field Cleveland Indians About Stadium An open-air baseball stadium located in Cleveland, Ohio, Progressive Field is the home field of Major League Baseball’s Cleveland Indians. The stadium is part of the Gateway Sports and Entertainment Complex which also holds the home of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers, Quicken Loans Arena. The park was designed by […]

PNC Park Pittsburgh Pirates About Stadium An open-air baseball stadium built on the North Shore of downtown Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, PNC Park primarily serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Pittsburgh Pirates. It’s the fifth stadium that the Pittsburgh Pirates have called home in Pittsburgh since arriving in the city. The stadium was designed in a […]

Petco Park San Diego Padres About Stadium A multi=purpose venue located in downtown San Diego, Petco Park serves as the home field for Major League Baseball’s San Diego Padres. The venue is equally busy hosting other events outside of baseball, such as concerts, football games, golf, and even some rugby matches. The Padres previously played […]

Oriole Park at Camden Yards Baltimore Orioles About Stadium Commonly referred to as Camden Yards or simply, Oriole Park, it’s a ballpark located in downtown Baltimore, maryland and serves as the home field for Major League Baseball’s Baltimore Orioles. Often considered to be the first retro-style ballpark of the modern era, Oriole Park at Camden […]

Oakland Alameda Coliseum Oakland Athletics About Stadium A multi-purpose facility built in the Oakland area of California, the Oakland Alameda Coliseum serves as home to Major League Baseball’s Oakland Athletics. In addition to serving as the home field for MLB’s Oakland Athletics, the field also serves as home for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders football team. […]

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