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Pablo Sandoval: Boston Red Sox ‘Surprised’ To Land Giant Slugger

PAblo Sandoval Signs With Boston Red Sox

Pablo Sandoval, also known as the “Kung Fu Panda,” was introduced to Red Sox nation Tuesday. The robust former San Francisco slugger comes to town bearing three world championships with his former club. For that reason alone, many — including Red Sox GM Ben Cherington — were surprised Boston managed to pry the third basemen… Read more »

WWE: Sting Return Is Too Little, Too Late For Superstar And Network

Sting Return Is Cool, But Not Enough

The Sting return at Survivor Series 2014 was major cause for celebration to the entire WWE Universe. With the icon appearing just in the nick of time to bring justice to Dolph Ziggler’s incredible performance, many Monday morning bookers were stirring with the possibilities for what might come next. WWE even conducted a poll on… Read more »

Aaron Rodgers Trolls Vikings With Perfect Post-Game Drink

Aaron Rodgers Purple crush

Aaron Rodgers is one of those quarterbacks who likes to take things easy and continue to have fun while playing one of the roughest sports in the world. Sometimes he will do it in subtle ways, but there are often times he will do it in the most obvious way possible. On Sunday, Rodgers and… Read more »

Sting Makes His Long-Awaited WWE Debut At ‘Survivor Series’

Sting WWE Survivor Series

Sting has been one of the most well-known names in the wrestling world for close to three decades and he’s done virtually every single thing imaginable in the squared circle. Well, that is he’s done everything in a wrestling ring except show up in WWE, but that has finally changed. On the evening of November… Read more »

Sloppy Packers Take Down Adrian Peterson-Less Vikings 24-21

Packers Aaron Rodgers Vikings

The Green Bay Packers have already shown that they are one of the best teams in the NFC and are expected to make a strong play for a spot in the Super Bowl. Aaron Rodgers has played some of the best football that any quarterback has played in years, but the Packers still didn’t look… Read more »

Rejuvenated Mark Sanchez Leads Philadelphia Eagles To Victory


Redemption’s name is Mark Sanchez. For the second time in three weeks since assuming the starting quarterback job for the Philadelphia Eagles, the much maligned Sanchez lead his team to victory. The Eagles toppled the Tennessee Titans 43-24 to remain atop the NFC East. Sanchez’s performance was not perfect by any means. Mark went 30… Read more »