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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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Lions at Patriots preview – Game of the Week

***This post is sponsored by Chevrolet Silverado*** The Patriots are looking like the best team in the AFC and will try to improve their record when they host one of the top teams from the NFC on Sunday. The Pats and their six-game winning streak will face the Detroit Lions, who are 7-3 but coming…Read More

Bears at Packers preview – Game of the Week

***This post is sponsored by Chevrolet Silverado*** Remember back in September when the Green Bay Packers were 1-2 and the Chicago Bears were 2-1 entering the Week 4 matchup between the teams? The Bears were looking like they were on the playoff track, while the Packers seemed to be in trouble. Prior to that Sept….Read More

Derek Jeter flip play revsited – an infographic

*****This is a sponsored post***** Alright, I’m not going to lie. The Derek Jeter flip play is one of his signature moments as a ballplayer, but I’ve always felt it’s overrated. Jeter was in the right place at the right time and helped the Yankees beat the Oakland A’s 1-0 in Game 3 of the…Read More

Sid Bream beats Barry Bonds’ wiffle ball throw home in 1992 NLCS

*****This is a sponsored post***** Well, the MLB playoffs sure got off to an awesome start, didn’t they? Though I’m not sure if Salvador Perez’s walk-off hit in the 12th inning Tuesday night will go down as one of the most memorable playoff moments in history — it probably will in Kansas City — that…Read More

Steve Bartman incident revisited

*****This is a sponsored post***** Steve Bartman is a name that will live in infamy for a long time. As we reminded you yesterday, LBS will be posting some great moments from recent MLB postseason history to get you pumped up for the MLB playoffs. FOX Sports will be televising much of the playoffs and…Read More

Roy Halladay’s playoff no-hitter revisited

*****This is a sponsored post***** Roy Halladay retired after last season after a combination of injuries and age led his velocity to drop off significantly and his ERA to spike accordingly. It’s hard to believe it, but only two seasons prior he was an All-Star and second in NL Cy Young voting. Three years prior,…Read More

David Ortiz’s walk-off hits in 2004 ALCS revisited

*****This is a sponsored post***** David Ortiz joined the Boston Red Sox in 2003, and it didn’t take long for him to establish himself as a clutch postseason hitter. Though the Sox were eliminated in seven games in the 2003 ALCS by the Yankees, Ortiz hit two home runs and drove in six that series….Read More

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