It’s been 2 weeks and the New York Yankees are sitting 6-5 and it seems like all 5 members of the division will be a toss up all season. But like I expected, the pitching is the key to the 2013 Yankees season.
With spring training finally upon us, it will be only a matter of time before the start of the 2013 MLB season. This is first of a 6 part series from MSL baseball gurus James Grande and Nathan Williams breaking down every division in the league. First up: NL East.
As a Canadian Basketball fan who lives nowhere near any NBA cities, I’ve grown to pay attention more to the Canadian basketball players progress rather then the NBA itself. For the last four going on five years I’ve been bragging about the number of quality Canadian prospects on their way to the NBA and I received very negative feedback from Americans. Over the last year or two, more and more people are seeing that the progress of Canadian Basketball is really starting to produce elite talent. The recent prospects are all born in around 1988+ which means they would have grown up in Canada with the Raptors being a large part of our sports world. We are finally starting to see the impact of having an NBA franchise in our country and it seems like it could open the door for another venture back to Vancouver. In this article, I talk about a number of different prospects at different levels from High School Superstars to Pro projects.
In light of the Yankees pitchers and catchers reporting today, I’m running down a quick preview of the team.
Welcome to My Sports Legion’s first Around the Horn! Nate461 and Kevin have teamed up to host this special article. We will indeed give Super Bowl picks towards the end of the article, but that is not all. We will take a dive into the 3 other major American sports, as well as the NCAA, along with the help of an “expert” for each sport. We reached out to some of the members of MSL, and the help we received was amazing. This article would not have been possible without the help of every username you will read. Without further ado, sit back, relax, and enjoy MSL Around the Horn!
Every offseason the college football coaching carousel has its fare share of surprises. This year was no different as schools all across the country made coaching changes for a variety of reasons. As we have seen, hiring the right coach can make all the difference in the future of a college football program. See Texas A&M for a perfect example of this. The Aggies could not get out of their own way under Mike Sherman, but now with Kevin Sumlin they have established themselves as legit national title contenders heading into 2013. So with that as a preface, I will attempt to grade all the coaching changes in the FBS up to this point.