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Here's what you need to know about Brandon Boykin

The Steelers announced they had traded a conditional fifth-round pick to the Eagles for CB Brandon Boykin on Saturday, a move that instantly bolsters Pittsburgh’s porous secondary and provides some quality depth to their wide open cornerback position.   675 more words

Steelers Wire News

NY Giant David Wilson's Career Ending Injury Raises League Awareness


David Wilson said he had “tears of joy’ as he thanked the Giants on Wednesday, two days after doctors told the third-year running back that he could no longer play football. 683 more words

Sports

Beloit Boasts 4 All-Stars in the Midwest League

On Wednesday, the All-Star rosters for the Midwest League All-Star Game were announced. Among the representatives for the Western Division are 4 Beloit Snappers. The Midwest League All-Star Game will take place on June 17th at Fifth Third Ballpark, home of the West Michigan WhiteCaps. 173 more words

Oakland Athletics

Top 20 Prospects: 6. Matt Olson

Rank: #6
Drafted: 1st Round, 47th overall, 2012 June Draft out of Parkview High School (GA)
Position: First Base
Bats: L, Throws: R
2014 Team Projection: Stockton Ports 278 more words

Oakland Athletics

Top 20 Prospects: 5. Daniel Robertson

Rank: #5
Drafted: 1st Round, 34th overall, 2012 June Draft out of Upland High School (CA)
Position: Shortstop
Bats: R, Throws: R
2014 Team Projection: Stockton Ports 245 more words

Oakland Athletics

Top 20 Prospects: 1. Addison Russell

Rank: #1
Drafted: First round, 11th overall, 2012 June Draft. Out of Pace High School (FL)
Position: Shortstop
Bats: R, Throws: R
2014 Team Projection: Midland RockHounds 348 more words

Oakland Athletics

Snappers hold on to defeat River Bandits 4-3 in game 2

The Beloit Snappers came out of the gate strong on Sunday in game 2 of the semifinals in the Midwest League playoffs.  In the bottom of the 1st the Snappers jumped ahead of the Quad Cities River Bandits on a 2-run home run by Chris Bostick off the River Bandits’s starter Zach Morton.   216 more words

Beloit Snappers