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Silverman: Pedro, Unit, Smoltz Make Up Best HOF Pitching Class In More Than 40 Years

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If you are in love with pitching, this year’s Hall of Fame class is for you.

Take nothing away from former Houston Astros second baseman-catcher-outfielder Craig Biggio, who earned his spot in Cooperstown because of his versatility and aggressiveness, as well as his ability to lash the baseball all over the park. 728 more words

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Silverman: Despite Ruining USFL, Trump Wants To Tackle The Presidency

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Donald Trump could be the Republican candidate for president.

No, this is not a joke. It’s reality, and way too much of it. 794 more words

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Silverman: Bryant Deal Means Cowboys' Season May Be Rescued

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Jerry Jones has learned a few things since he bought the Dallas Cowboys prior to the 1989 season.

When he came into the NFL, he was viewed as an outsider and a back-country rube. 805 more words

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Silverman: Trout, DeGrom Left Little Doubt Who Ruled The Midsummer Classic

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Major League Baseball did a nice job of honoring its past Tuesday when Willie Mays, Hank Aaron, Sandy Koufax and Johnny Bench walked out to the center of the field inside Great American Ball Park as the sport paid homage to four of its greatest living players. 760 more words

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Silverman: Stabler Wasn't The Best, But He Might Have Been The Most Clutch

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Ken “The Snake” Stabler was not the greatest quarterback of all time.

When it comes to glory, numbers and throwing perfect spirals every time out, Stabler does not fit in the same category with the game’s all-time leaders like Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Peyton Manning, Tom Brady, Brett Favre, Steve Young and, soon, Aaron Rodgers. 807 more words

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Silverman: Astros, Cubs, A-Rod Lead MLB First-Half Surprises

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It’s been a season of surprises in the major leagues so far. While there have been plenty of disappointments — the Boston Red Sox have been dreadful until the last three weeks and the highly-thought-of Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres have failed to live up to their potential — there have been some excellent developments that have been noteworthy in the first half of the season. 778 more words

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Silverman: No Player Showed More Determination Than Martin St. Louis

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The New York Rangers made it clear at the end of the season that they were not going to bring back Martin St. 855 more words

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