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2014 CrossFit Games Awards

Rookie Of The Year: Mat Fraser

Most Improved Player: Cassidy Lance

Spirit of The Games: Rebecca Voigt

CrossFit News

2014 Score Rookie Set - Tesho Akindele

I decided to separate the Score rookie set from the Archive set.  I’ve always loved rookie sets as stand alone.  This is a tougher card to make because there is just not a lot of his photos out there in a FC Dallas jersey.   68 more words


NBA Rookie of the Year Predictions

The NBA Draft has concluded, players have signed, and Summer League showed us a glimpse into the future of some NBA Rookies. Obviously we know that Summer League doesn’t tell us much (it is usually a better predictor of busts than superstars), but it does give us an idea of these players’ style of play and how it will translate when playing against the best. 1,802 more words


Mets' deGrom for deRookie of deYear?

After Jacob deGrom wrapped up seven more sparkling innings in Tuesday’s 3-1 Mets win over the Mariners, manager Terry Collins noted that “this guy’s got numbers to match up any rookie in the league.” 224 more words


Brock Holt making case to be an AL Rookie of the Year candidate

by Michael Husson

Everyone knew Will Middlebrooks would at one point make a trip to the disabled list this season but what this did was provide the team with a very big silver lining in what has been an up and down year for the defending world series champions. 253 more words

Boston Red Sox

Happy Birthday Mike Greenwell!!!

Happy Birthday Mike Greenwell!!!

Mike ‘Gator’ Greenwell turns 51 years old today.

A Red Sox favorite during the late 1980′s and into the 90′s, Mike Greenwell is one of the rare players that spent his entire career with one team during baseball’s biggest spike of free agent activity. 122 more words


Henry Rowengartner Brought The Funky Buttloving Back To Wrigley Field

The Chicago Cubs could have really used any pitching help in the world on Saturday, as the woefully underwhelming Edwin Jackson allowed nine earned runs over 3.2 craptacular innings. 244 more words