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Underachieving MLB Teams About to Break out in 2nd Half

Every team has a certain level of expectation when the season starts. It could be as low as starting a long-term rebuild or as high as deeming the season a failure if the team does not win the World Series. The implementation of the second wild-card berth in each league has shifted expectations in the last three seasons. Show More Summary

What you missed in the Smart World: Free city smarts, Apple HealthKit upgrades

This week’s Smart World Series features the latest iOS 9 features to help users track the most personal of data, a fitness tracker’s debut on the New York Stock Exchange, smart trash cans helping to move the Internet of Things (IoT) movement forward, and the findings of a recent report on smart home revenue.For those who missed last week’s […]

Purple World Series Winners!

I've been chasing some 2013 Red Sox parallel sets, since it's the last season the team was really any good, and I feel like their World Series Championship should be well represented in my collection. In the last COMC order I had shipped, I finally got my hands on some of the 2013 Topps Chrome Purple Refractor parallels I was missing. Show More Summary

Former CBS, ABC Newser Marysol Castro Joins ESPN

Former CBS’ The Early Show and ABC’s Good Morning America Weekend personality Marysol Castro has joined ESPN to host Premier Boxing Champions. Castro will also be a reporter on ESPN’s Little League World Series telecasts and begins work on July 11 at 9 p.m. Show More Summary

Tips From a Pro: Damian Strohmeyer On Shooting Better Sports Photos

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Over a career spanning nearly three decades, Damian Strohmeyer has scored 70 Sports Illustrated covers. Five of his images appear in SI’s 100 Greatest Sports Photos of All Time. He’s shot World Series, Super Bowls (27 of them), NCAA basketball, and the Olympics. Show More Summary

2015 World Series odds, updated

If you bet $10 on the Phillies, and they win the World Series, you win $10,000. That seems like a good deal. From the folks at Bovada, we have updated odds to win the 2015 World Series. St. Louis Cardinals - 7/1 Washington NationalsShow More Summary

14-Year-Old Mo'ne Davis Signs to the Harlem Globetrotters

Score another point for 14-year-old Mo'ne Davis! Originally made famous by her stellar performance at the 2014 Little League World Series, Mo'ne is adding accomplishments to her resumé at a remarkable pace: a shoe line, a memoir, several athletic awards, and most recently, an offer from traveling exhibition basketball team, the Harlem Globetrotters. Show More Summary

The flaw in the Cubs' unorthodox rebuilding plan is coming back to haunt them

The Chicago Cubs have been rebuilding for several years now with an unorthodox plan. They seemed ready to become a serious World Series contender last winter when they added two of the biggest free agent prizes in pitcher Jon Lester and manager Joe Maddon. Show More Summary

The WSOP is an example of why timing is everything in Sports Marketing

The World Series of Poker, televised by ESPN, is now running until July 14th. The one week Main Event starts July 5th. 1000 Players will receive $15K, or far more, in winnings during the Main Event. This doesn’t include the nearly seventy other events happening the whole month of June. [...]

David Einhorn is out at the World Series of Poker after a brutal hand

Poker playing hedge fund manager David Einhorn was eliminated from the World Series of Poker $111,111 High Roller for One Drop tournament on Sunday.  Greenlight Capital's CEO had an Ace/Queen in his hand on a Queen, 10, 5 flop (the first three cards dealt face up on the table). Show More Summary

Survivor China’s Jean-Robert wins $784,828

Jean-Robert Bellande, a Survivor China contestant who was the eighth person voted out and a member of the jury, won $784,828 at the World Series of Poker’s Players Championship on Friday, coming in second. That’s significantly better than Survivor‘s second-place prize of $100,000. Show More Summary

Connor Baxter makes it a clean sweep at Stop #1 of the 2015 Stand Up World Series in Barcelona

Connor Baxter puts on a stunning performance with another victory in the World Series sprints for the Overall win in Barcelona If there was any question as to whether the 2014 World Champion could continue his momentum into the new season, it was answered loud and clear this weekend in Barcelona, as Connor Baxter (Starboard) put [...]

Women’s College World Series beats Men’s counterpart in ratings

If “women’s sports in general [are] not worth watching,” as Sports Illustrated’s Andy Benoit infamously posited this week (he later apologized, but still got called out by Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler), there are a lot of viewers who disagree. Show More Summary

The Moment I Learned How to Fail

Mariano Rivera. Babe Ruth. Christy Mathewson. Sandy Koufax. Jeremy Affeldt?! Even now, three World Series rings later, it sounds almost comical when I hear my name mentioned among some of the greatest players in baseball history. Those guys were elite, the best of the best; every one of them a Hall of Famer who left indelible marks on the game. Show More Summary

Virginia Wins College World Series, Produces Epic Photo

The comeback is complete, revenge has been exacted, and the Virginia Cavaliers men’s baseball team are the 2015 College World Series Champions. After dropping Game 1 of the series to the Vanderbilt Commodores—who beat Virginia in last year’s College World Series—the Cavaliers stormed back to win Game 2, 3-0. And last night, during a winner-take-all […]

Virginia Ousts Vandy For First College World Series Crown

When Vanderbilt scored two in the first frame Wednesday night, it appeared Virginia would head home with #2 stamped on their foreheads. But the Cavaliers, who’ve lost scores of players and were playing miraculous baseball throughout the College World Series, refused to waive the white flag. Show More Summary

6 things you didn't know about the Jackie Robinson West whistleblower

Jackie Robinson West was stripped of its Little League World Series title when one man, Chris Janes, blew the whistle on their use of ineligible players. Throwing light on the team's cheating became a life-changing event for the Little...Show More Summary

Pair of Dodgers draft picks clash in College World Series

Well, they certainly know each other. Here's hoping two of the Dodgers' top draft picks don't hold grudges.

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