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Mr. East +214.0
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John Martin +1015.0
Scott Rickenbach +796.0
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Bryan Leonard +585.0
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Best This Month
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Sean Higgs +1393.0
Rob Vinciletti +1057.0
Joseph D'Amico +1017.0
Jordan Haimowitz +833.0
Bobby Conn +809.0
Overall Leaders
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Rob Vinciletti +8204.0
Bobby Conn +5338.0
Jeff Alexander +5191.0
Steve Janus +5109.0
GamePlan +4423.0
NBA Leaders
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Jeff Alexander +4881.0
Bobby Conn +2395.0
Matt Fargo +2206.0
Rocky's Lock Club +2179.0
Chip Chirimbes +2163.0
College Basketball Leaders
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Dennis Macklin +2793.0
Matt Fargo +2726.0
Rob Vinciletti +2235.0
Ray Monohan +2161.0
Jesse Schule +2030.0
NFL Leaders
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Rob Vinciletti +1590.0
Tony George +1440.0
Ben Burns +1400.0
Matt Fargo +1215.0
Rocky Sheridan +1190.0
College Football Leaders
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Rocky Sheridan +3333.0
Tony Karpinski +2967.0
GamePlan +1959.0
Andre Ramirez +1415.0
Will Rogers +1402.0
MLB Leaders
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Johnny Wynn +4733.0
Rob Vinciletti +3845.0
Timothy Black +3751.0
Art Aronson +2828.0
Joseph D'Amico +2357.0
Pre-Season NFL Leaders
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Bob Harvey +559.0
Johnny Banks +468.0
Sean Higgs +467.0
Joseph D'Amico +393.0
Tony George +393.0
NHL Leaders
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Doc's Sports +2383.0
Ben Burns +1721.0
Rocky's Lock Club +1382.0
Jeff Hochman +1231.0
Rob Vinciletti +687.0
Best Last 60 Days
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Timothy Black +2615.0
Rob Vinciletti +2203.0
Sean Higgs +2003.0
Art Aronson +1947.0
Red Dog Sports +1596.0

Latest Articles

Blue Jays hoping Sanchez stays Hot

By Glenn Andrew | Posted on August 6, 2016

Suddenly the Toronto Blue Jays are in the lead of the American League East. They seemingly came out of nowhere as most of the season there’s been a battle between the Baltimore Orioles and the Boston Red Sox. Before the season began most MLB experts had Boston and Baltimore tabbed as the favorites to win the division. With the Orioles inconsistency and Boston’s recent collapse, the Jays have managed to move up the East without having to dominate. They send Aaron Sanchez and his 11-1 record to the mound Saturday afternoon against a Royals team that is also playing well the second half. Toronto’s success shouldn’t be surprising. They are 6th in both team batting average and team earned run average, and are getting better with each passing game. The pitching rotation may not be filled... 

Porcello goes for 14th Win against Angels

By Glenn Andrew | Posted on July 29, 2016

Rick Porcello is somewhat quietly having a Cy Young type of season. Porcello didn’t live up to expectations for the Boston Red Sox when he was acquired last season as he went 9-15 with an earned run average close to 5.00. The reason why so many baseball experts were high on the Sox prior to the start of this season was because they anticipated much more from their pitching staff, and that’s what has happened. Averaging a 4.31 ERA through a 7 year career in the American League is respectable, but not considered top of the rotation type of stuff. Porcello’s main issue over his career has been his WHIP. Generally you want a starter to maintain a WHIP of 1.20 or less, which is why what Porcello is doing this season is making a huge difference for Boston. His ERA is nearly a full point lower... 

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