The MLB may be over with the official steroid era but that doesn’t mean that the league is over dealing with the issues that the era brought with it.
Teams were making moves before the NFL draft as the need for quarterbacks has taken on a new level with teams sacrificing the future for a chance at one of the two best quarterbacks this year.
The two top pound-for-pound fighters went into the octagon at UFC 197 looking to prevent the pattern of upsets that have dominated the UFC over the last year and a half.
Once again the NHL playoffs are proving that the goalie position is one of the keys to any Stanley Cup run and the Philadelphia Flyers learned that early.
Rob Manfred hasn’t faced many major decisions in his short term as Commissioner of Baseball but comments this week may cause him to make some very big decisions in the near future.
Although the best pound-for-pound fighters don’t get to face each other UFC 197 will provide the opportunity to compare the top two in back-to-back fights.
The light heavyweight division needed a boost and they got one as two veterans of the division faced off in the main event both looking to find their way back to the title race.
The NHL Playoffs are here and they will be a true test of the age-old battle between offence and defence as some teams try to prove that offence can win championships.
The Kansas City Royals began a trend that is taking hold more than ever after their World Series wins as every team is looking for that monster bullpen.
Despite some changes the latest UFC card on FOX features two veteran light heavyweights ready to take an important win as they try to get back to the title conversation.