Both Joba Chamberlain and AJ Burnett threw extremely well in today’s 2-1 victory over the Detroit Tigers.

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The New York Knicks lost their last game against the Phoenix Suns, 132-96. This game result is only a microcosm of problems surrounding the Knicks this season. continue reading…

Here is our second mock draft. I’m hoping Donovan McNabb stays put for at least a week so I don’t have to make more drastic changes. Anyways, let me know if you think the updates are on or off.

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The offensive line of the New York Football Giants is considered to be one of the best units in the NFL, and has been for the past few years.  If you want to look for a reason for most of the Giants’ offensive success in the last five years, look no further: it starts with the offensive line.
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The Yankees lost 3-0 to the Phillies tonight. Nothing too big happened. Phil Hughes started and went three innings. He struck out five, but also walked four and gave up two hits.

It was ‘turn back the clock night’ as 47 year-old Jamie Moyer threw 6 2/3 innings of one-hit ball against the Yankees top hitters. Good for the old man.

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Baylor completed embarrassed and outclassed the Saint Mary’s Gaels today, winning by 23 points. We have a streak of two that will be extended into three after tonight.

The Match-Up: 7:05 PM #2 West Virginia Mountaineers(30-6) vs. #1 Kentucky Wildcats(35-2)

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Day 1 of the Sweet 16 was extremely exciting. Jacob Pullen led Kansas State to a thrilling double overtime victory over Xavier. John Wall led the Wildcats over tournament darling, Cornell. West Virginia prevailed over Washington. In the most unlikely upset, Syracuse was ousted by Butler. The Bulldogs is only one win away from heading home to Indianapolis for the Final Four.

Game Results:

Update 12:00AM: Duke dominates Purdue.

Update 11:57PM: Michigan State ends Northern Iowa’s Cinderella run.

Update 9:15PM: Baylor completely embarrasses Saint Mary’s. See ya, Samhan.

Update 9:00PM: Evan Turner’s last second three-pointer is blocked as Tennessee advances to the Elite 8.

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The Yankees released Chad Gaudin on Tuesday morning. A few teams have already begun inquiring about Gaudin. Reportedly, the Mets and Dodgers have shown interest in signing the 27-year old. Gaudin is set to make $2.95 million this season. In order for a team to sign Gaudin, they must absorb his entire 2010 salary.Teams have a few options when it comes to Gaudin.

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The baseball season is only nine days away. Nine days. We are officially in a single-digit countdown. By this point, you should have either held your fantasy baseball draft or are going to draft very soon. I’ve written extensively on fantasy baseball already, so you can check out some assorted links, here. Today, I want to present my curious case when drafting closers. continue reading…

The Yankees and Red Sox open the regular season next Sunday night. ESPN has begun running some advertisements for the game. This first commercial features actor Adam Scott, Red Sox pitcher Clay Buchholz(red jacket), and Yankee outfielder, Nick Swisher enjoying some pretzels. Swisher is always hilarious, but this spot takes the cake.

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