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Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - November 21, 2014


The brilliant Mike Nichols died the other day.

The maestro was so brilliant and prolific in his career that he would have been a legend even if he had never directed The Graduate, which was the Citizen Kane of comedies. 68 more words

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast

Sully Baseball Daily Podcast - November 21, 2014

The brilliant Mike Nichols died the other day.

The maestro was so brilliant and prolific in his career that he would have been a legend even if he had never directed The Graduate, which was the Citizen Kane of comedies. 68 more words

MLB Podcast Network

Why A 30-Team D-League Is Now Inevitable

By Satchel Price

When the NBA D-League came into existence 13 years ago, it was a much different looking beast than it is today. Originally called the National Basketball Development League, it began play in the fall of 2001 with eight teams and a dream of eventually coalescing into a legitimate, fully functioning minor league for North American basketball. 1,125 more words

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Flyers Defensive Prospects and the Salary Cap

Suddenly, as if overnight, the Flyers have a bounty of intriguing defensive prospects in their farm system. Flyers fans have stopped looking (at least temporarily) at future UFA lists and have started envisioning a defense corps consisting of Travis Sanheim, Samuel Morin, Robert Haag, and Shayne Gostisbehere. 450 more words

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McLane Thinks He Left Crane, Luhnow, Astros A Good Farm System; He's Wrong

MaD Radio on Sports Radio 610 today featured one of the Meltsier Meltsdowns from co-host Mike Meltser, and for good reason.

Former┬áHouston Astros owner Drayton McLane today penned an op-ed for the Houston Chronicle about, well, nothing in particular, and goes on to… 322 more words

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