Cliff Lee took the baseball world by surprise and rejected both the Yankees and Rangers to play for the Philadelphia Phillies in 2011. Philadelphia is now stacked with a pitching staff which includes Lee, Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt and Cole Hamels. But if given the choice, who would you pick?
Cliff Lee (2002 – present)
102 wins – 61 losses
150 homeruns allowed
2.13 postseason ERA
7-2 postseason record
Roy Halladay (1998 – present)
196 wins – 86 losses
196 homeruns allowed
2.45 postseason ERA
2-1 postseason record
Ok, so which of these aces would be your first pick? Vote!!! (and share this post with a friend to see what they think, using the facebook, email or twitter buttons below)
Miami’s game against the Jets Sunday was watched by many, both for the AFC East rivalry and for the playoff implications for New York, but one particular play is getting a lot of attention from the media. Most NFL coaches let their players speak for them on the field, but the Jet’s Strength and Conditioning coach, Sal Alosi, preferred to take matters into his own hands.
The play has been seen all over, with the Dolphins accusing the Jets of cheating, while the Jets have yet to respond. I can’t say I am surprised, considering New York head coach Rex Ryan’s attitude, but it is pretty rediculous that Alosi’s instinct was to interfere with the play.
What do you think of the trip? Did you see it? Big deal or not?
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The four finalists were announced yesterday, one day after the 2010 bowl games were set. College football is finishing up their season, and Cam Newton, LaMichael James, Kellen Moore and Andrew Luck have a chance to be recognized as the best player this season and they are the last Heisman hopefuls. Continue reading →