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Chad Qualls: An Arizona Diamondbacks Train Wreck

Posted: 11th July 2010 by Tyler Emerick in MLB
First off, I'd like to apologize to train wrecks everywhere for comparing them to Chad Qualls.  Even watching two steamers crash in slow motion isn't as painful as watching the D-Backs' "closer" try to actually close out a game.  The 31-year-old righty has an 8.60 ERA in 2010 thus far, but that doesn't even begin to explain just how bad he has been.  Even in the games he actually does save, it's never ...
Welcome to the Arizona Diamondbacks garage sale. Everything must go. Seriously, everything. Currently last place in the National League West and over twenty games under .500, the Diamondbacks need to start rebuilding. This team just isn't going to win. Ever. With the July 31 trade deadline looming, these five players are the most likely to be sent off. Begin Slideshow

MLB All-Star Game 2010: Comparing the AL and NL Rosters

Posted: 6th July 2010 by Tyler Emerick in MLB
The midsummer classic goes to Disneyland in 2010. Just miles down the street from the happiest place on earth, a collection of the greatest baseball players in the world will meet for one star-studded evening. Who's ready for a California Adventure? I sure am. Here is a position-by-position breakdown of the 81st MLB All-Star Game in Anaheim, California. Begin Slideshow

2010 NHL Draft Results: Grading Each Los Angeles Kings Selection

Posted: 27th June 2010 by Tyler Emerick in NHL
Although they spent most of the 2010 playoffs on the road, the Kings held home arena advantage for the 2010 NHL draft. On June 25 and 26, the Staples Center hosted 30 teams with 210 picks. Hoping to improve on a sixth place finish in the western conference, the Kings called six names. Here are the individual grades for each new player. Begin Slideshow