Penguins Top Capitals To Remain On Top of Division

Penguins Top Capitals To Remain On Top of Division

The Pittsburgh Penguins traveled to D.C. to take on the Washington Capitals for Wednesday evening’s Rivalry Night game. Not only would this match-up feature two of the Eastern Conference’s best teams, but it would be the first contest against the rivals under the new realignment; the teams are now in the Metropolitan Division. Not to […]

Matheny Will Manage Cardinals Through 2017

Matheny Will Manage Cardinals Through 2017

On Wednesday, General Manager John Mozeliak of the St. Louis Cardinals announced that the team had extended manager Mike Matheny’s contract through the 2017 season. Matheny had been under contract through the 2014 season prior to the extension. Matheny spent 13 years in the Major Leagues as a catcher, five of those with St. Louis […]

Three Kinds of Outbursts: College Basketball’s Big Scoring Night

Three Kinds of Outbursts: College Basketball’s Big Scoring Night

Tuesday night saw three players score 39 points or better, the first time in this young college basketball season anyone has eclipsed 38. Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart torched Memphis for 39, Jahii Carson led Arizona State’s comeback at UNLV with 40, and Frank Kaminsky set a Wisconsin scoring record with 43 against North Dakota. What […]

In Blockbuster Deal, Detroit Trades Away Prince Fielder for Ian Kinsler

In Blockbuster Deal, Detroit Trades Away Prince Fielder for Ian Kinsler

  It is being reported that the Detroit Tigers have traded first baseman Prince Fielder to the Texas Rangers for second baseman Ian Kinsler. Fielder, 29, signed a 9-year/$214 million deal with the Detroit Tigers after the 2011 season. He’s been an All Star both seasons with Detroit. In 2012, he hit .313/.412/.528 with 30 […]