Top Ten Athletes of 2020 in Los Angeles

Top Ten Athletes of 2020 in Los Angeles

The city of Los Angeles is world-famous. It is home to Hollywood, as well as some of the biggest names in television and film. 2020 shut large parts of the film industry down. Fortunately, the sports world stepped up to deliver fantastic entertainment. After the tragic news of Kobe Bryant‘s death allied to Covid locking […]

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 Mascot Madness- Alternate MLB Nicknames

Mascot Madness- Alternate MLB Nicknames

In 2020, we are seeing athletes, sponsors, and fans ask their teams and universities to make a real change to their image across the sports landscape. One easy, simplistic way to begin that change is through language. Changing the language used is definitely a way to stop honoring those on the wrong side of history. […]

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 Los Angeles Angels 2020 Preview

Los Angeles Angels 2020 Preview

With MLB Opening Day only 18 days away and spring training games steadily underway, baseball season is right around the corner. Over the next month, we will preview all 30 MLB teams for the 2020 season leading up to Opening Day on March 26th. Next up, the Los Angeles Angels 2020 preview. Check out the […]

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 MLB Offseason to-do list: AL West

MLB Offseason to-do list: AL West

As the Washington Nationals defeated the Houston Astros in Game 7 of the World Series to win the first World Series in team history, the other 28 teams were focused on the upcoming free agency period. Each team has an offseason to-do list and players that they are interested in bringing in to join their […]

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 Ranking Open MLB Manager Jobs

Ranking Open MLB Manager Jobs

With nearly a third of the leagues’ teams looking for a new manager, we will be Ranking Open MLB Manager jobs. Which open position is the most desirable? Which new manager will be best set up for success in their first year at the helm? Who will be set up best for the long term? […]

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 Seven MLB Managers Fired, is any Manager Safe?

Seven MLB Managers Fired, is any Manager Safe?

Gabe Kapler was fired by the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday. He becomes one of seven MLB managers fired since the end of the regular season. He joins Mickey Callaway, Clint Hurdle, Joe Maddon, Andy Green, Ned Yost, and Brad Ausmus on the unemployment line to begin the offseason. With the retirement of longtime San Francisco […]

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