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Monthly Archives: July 2016

The Absurdity of Baseball

[Washington-DC based Ezra Troy gives us a great top 10 list as we move into the second half of the baseball season.  I know many of our readers love the data and analytics side of baseball.  You are probably figuring out

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What is the Best 30 for 30?

[Editor’s Note:  We get another great story from Kansas City-based Mac Trigg looking at 30 for 30.  Every reader of this site loves this series.  You may disagree with his picks, but you surely agree that 30 for 30 is

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Federer: Game, Set, Match?

In the Wimbledon semifinals, the inestimable Roger Federer fell to Canadian Milos Raonic in an epic 5-set thriller. His age was evident, particularly as the match progressed.  It left his fans wondering if the best player ever to live was

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YES! Readership Growth Continues

It is a phenomenal window in the “wide world of sports.”  NBA offseason activity has been feverish with the Durant departure for Golden State causing a major splash.  Wimbledon has been amazing with Federer and Venus Williams providing compelling narratives as

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Lovable Losers: Part Two

[Ezra Troy writes his second in a two-part series called, Lovable Losers.  This piece looks at two tragic lists: a) most losses in a row; and b) most wins only to come up short in pursuit of a championship.]     Lovable Losers come

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