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Who’s the Best in the AL Central?

With the Cleveland Indians in first place and the Detroit Tigers 3 games under .500 (at the time of this writing), White Sox fans have to be wondering, two months into the season, who is the best team in the AL Central? On paper, the Tigers are the best team. But we all know how much value “on paper” doesn’t have (see: 2011 White Sox). So, how can we determine who the best team is? By looking at each team’s ...

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Could Richard Hamilton Cause a “Headband-Gate” Repeat?

Although I would personally like to forget the tumultuous 2006-07 Chicago Bulls season, I could not help but think of that faithful year Thursday when the Chicago Bulls formally introduced former Detroit Pistons guard Richard Hamilton. I did not think of that season because of the parallels of the Chicago Bulls coming off a surprise season and signing a free agent from the Pistons, even though it is a frigh ...

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How Richard Hamilton Will Help the Chicago Bulls on NBA Title Quest

Barring an unforeseen waiver claim, Richard "Rip" Hamilton will be a member of the Chicago Bulls. Multiple media outlets, including K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune, have reported that with Hamilton's buyout with the Detroit Pistons official, the stage has been set for the Chicago Bulls to sign the veteran shooting guard to a two-year, $10 million deal. This move brings the Chicago Bulls a step closer to ...

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From the Raleigh IceCaps to the Chicago Blackhawks: A Journey into NHL Fandom

Just two years ago, I would have thought you were nuts if you suggested that I would be writing a hockey blog.  It just wouldn't have made any sense.  After all, I was raised from childhood in the Raleigh, North Carolina area.  This was before the Carolina Hurricanes were even a sparkle in the NHL's eye.  Needless to say, the local populace didn't care much for this winter sport. There was much more focus o ...

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