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Analyzing MLB’s Possible Expanded Playoffs Format

In April, Commissioner Bud Selig detailed plans to expand the number of playoff teams in Major League Baseball with hopes for additional wild card slots in 2012. While no official agreement has been made, Selig did say that “ten is a fair number” with regards to adding one more wild card team in each league. […]

Red Sox 2010 Schedule: Should be a Wild Year

In the midst of 2009’s heated playoff race, Major League Baseball released its 2010 schedule on Tuesday, and Red Sox fans are already salivating, as are baseball fans in general. The Twins will be playing home games in an outdoor stadium for the first time since 1981, and several key figures will become free agents […]

Fantasy Football Focus: The Starting 11 – Schedule Talk

Do you know who your starting fantasy quarterback is up against in December, when you’re relying on him most? Is your stud running back poised to run rampant this season over the lightweights of the league, or will he get pounded by run-stuffing defenses week after painful week? And what about that receiver that you […]

Bruins 2009-2010 Schedule Highlighted by Winter Classic, Olympics

On Wednesday, the National Hockey League released the 2009-2010 Boston Bruins regular season schedule. The Bruins, who will open the season at home for the fist time since 2005, begin play against Alexander Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals on Thursday, October 1, at 7:00 p.m. in a game that marks the beginning of the Bruins’ […]

Bruins 2009 Preseason Schedule

Friday morning, the Bruins released their plans for September, as eight preseason match-ups were unveiled to kick off the 2009-10 season. The schedule features two Saturday afternoon games at the newly renamed TD Garden. Sept. 15 — vs. Rangers at Madison Square Garden, 7 p.m. Sept. 16 — vs. Toronto at Air Canada Centre, 7 […]