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Chip Chirimbes +300.0
Chase Diamond +300.0
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Info Plays +1007.0
Rob Vinciletti +884.0
Mike Lineback +690.0
Lee Williams +682.0
Kyle Hunter +681.0
Best This Month
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Rocky Sheridan +2989.0
R&R Totals +1994.0
Tony Bucca +1943.0
Chase Diamond +1918.0
Rob Vinciletti +1383.0
Overall Leaders
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Rocky Sheridan +5467.0
R&R Totals +3077.0
GamePlan +2806.0
Stephen Nover +2454.0
Info Plays +2086.0
NBA Leaders
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Alex Smart +3378.0
Stephen Nover +2887.0
Rocky's Lock Club +1754.0
Johnny Wynn +1523.0
Michael Alexander +1382.0
College Basketball Leaders
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R&R Totals +2348.0
Jesse Schule +1629.0
Stephen Nover +1348.0
Patrick Webb +1210.0
Ray Monohan +1207.0
NFL Leaders
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Jeff Alexander +2325.0
Jeff Hochman +1806.0
Scott Rickenbach +1675.0
Rob Vinciletti +1621.0
Bill Biles +1404.0
College Football Leaders
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Rob Vinciletti +2610.0
Brandon Shively +2551.0
Alex Smart +2222.0
Jack Jones +2175.0
Patrick Webb +2138.0
MLB Leaders
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GamePlan +3929.0
Rocky Sheridan +3615.0
R&R Totals +2348.0
Timothy Black +1540.0
Jordan Haimowitz +1458.0
Pre-Season NFL Leaders
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Michael Alexander +976.0
Lee Williams +956.0
Art Aronson +705.0
Tony George +560.0
Kevin Thomas +470.0
NHL Leaders
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Rocky Sheridan +3160.0
Sean Higgs +3116.0
Ross Benjamin +1888.0
Doug Upstone +1579.0
Vernon Croy +1542.0
Best Last 60 Days
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Rocky Sheridan +4012.0
Tony Bucca +2921.0
R&R Totals +2595.0
GamePlan +2031.0
Timothy Black +1790.0

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Sabathia fights to get back on Track

By Glenn Andrew | Posted on June 29, 2015

C.C. Sabathia is ranked 99th out of 103 qualified pitchers in terms of earned run average. This is not worthy of a starting place in any rotation, nevertheless a number 1 that makes nearly 25 million dollars per year. The New York Yankees are in a bit of a bind. They have a ton of money tied up on Sabathia, but have not received anything in return. Baseball experts did not have high expectation for this club coming into the season, and much of the reason why was due to their rotation. Fortunately the Bombers have got plenty of solid pitching out of their starters with the exception of Sabathia, and are now just a half game behind the Tampa Bay Rays for the division lead. Adam Warren may be 5-5, but he’s far exceeded the Yankees expectations and is doing more than enough to keep this team... 

Hutchinson takes on Rangers in Rubber Game

By Glenn Andrew | Posted on June 28, 2015

The Toronto Blue Jays have taken a page out of Colorado’s book this season. They’ve score 417 runs through 75 games (64 more than anyone else), but are still struggling to contend in the competitive A.L. East due to a thin starting pitching staff. MLB experts anticipated this squad finishing towards the bottom of the division and they may. However, they do have a pair of starters that are benefiting from the tremendous amount of run support they’ve received. None more so than 2nd year starter Drew Hutchinson. Hutchinson came into the year with a .500 record and earned run average hovering around 4.50. He’s essentially a back-end of the rotation guy that can eat up innings. Not much has changed over the first 3 months of this year, except that he’s 7-1. That type of record is generally... 

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