Who Shifts?

June 16, 2016

The sabermetric movement in Major League Baseball has fundamentally changed the way the game is played and analyzed.

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The Miami Marlins are Doing it All Wrong

June 16, 2016

The Marlins have been about 20-30 games back in the NL East standings for the past 5-6 years, and for good reason. Impatience in their players has cost them (quite literally, not, actually) chances at domination in their division.

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Don’t Get Ahead of Yourself, Warriors Will Win in 6

June 15, 2016

Game 5 got a lot of people talking. Those who thought the series was over have now done a complete 180 and find themselves saying that Cleveland has a legitimate shot to win it all. Those same people who criticized LeBron for his play thus far are now kissing his feet. Pump the breaks people. Why are we letting one game have so much influence on our opinions? Was it a…

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The Athletic Renaissance

June 14, 2016

As the illustrious career of Kobe Bryant wound down to it’s final game, I began to think about how almost all of the sports icons that I grew up with have either retired, or are nearing that same fate.

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