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Ichiro Suzuki Closing In On 4,000 Career Hits

Current New York Yankees outfielder Ichiro Suzuki will soon accomplish an impressive feat by picking up his 4,000 professional hit which will get combined with his MLB career and his time in Japan. The question is so what? There's no question that it's an incredible individual accomplishment. Yet, in 2001 when he first appeared as a rookie with the Seattle Mariners all the talk about Ichiro was about how much power he possessed and the performances he put on in batting practice. At the time with Bret
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Phil Jackson Makes It Official, Yet Many Fans Already Knew

On May 21st legendary NBA head coach Phil Jackson will have his book Eleven Rings: The Soul Of Success  available for purchase. Excerpts already released can now put to bed the argument that Kobe Bryant is a better player than Michael Jordan though many fans already knew this. Bryant has career averages of 25.5 points, 5.3 rebounds, 4.8 assists, 1.5 steals, .5 blocks  on 45.4 percent shooting, 33.6 percent from the three-point line and 83.8 percent from the free throw line. During
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Super Bowl XLVII : Ravens QB Joe Flacco Cements Elite Status, Big Contract Next?

NEW ORLEANS – Super Bowl champion quarterback. Check.  Super Bowl MVP. Check. One of only six NFL quarterbacks to throw eight touchdowns and no interceptions in a post-season and about to become a free agent. Check. If you are Super Bowl XLVII MVP quarterback Joe Flacco of the Baltimore Ravens, life is truly good.  If you are Flacco’s agent, Joe Linta, then life just got even better. Flacco, who would
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LeBron James vs Kevin Durant : A New Rivalry For The Ages

As a 22-year old, the words "rivalry" and "basketball" haven't meant much in my years of watching the NBA. Hell, the biggest rivalry in the NBA during the post-Jordan era has been Kobe Bryant versus Shaquille O'Neal and as entertaining as that has been, they were teammates, so things weren't the same. People love to credit the culture with the lack of rivalries we have in 2012 and some notions