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What is the best part about Bleacher Report? I think it is being able to read colorful commentary, opinions of fans that the media doesn't tap into and other things you might not find on your everyday sports site with "legitimate" journalists. I don't care much for the power rankings or news and notes type stories that are 99 times out of 99 rewrites from a major news source. I strive to write fun and interesting articles with a voice that you won't find anywhere else.
Yo ESPN! - I love ESPN, but I don't always agree with their writers, Yo ESPN! is something I started when ESPN (or ESPN viewers) have an opinion that is wrong or stupid.
I just wrote my first article in three month's, please let me know what you think
I HAD to get this rant out :
After taking a few months off while I got settled at my new college, I am happy to be writing for B/R again. Here is my first in a series on the Top MLB players at each position of the 2000's...this one is catchers, take a look when you get a chance.
As a Knicks Featured Columnist, I will be making periodical attempts to give fans an inside look at the different aspects of Knicks games. Take a look at what I came up with when Lebron James came to visit.
this is a MUST READ from Tom Erdington that I'm sure you will enjoy :
this man belongs in Canton :
What is baseball to you? See what my memories reveal, if you get a chance. Thanks, Cliff
I really hope this can be a good read, let me know if you like it.
Its a good debate.
A simple tribute, nothing more, nothing less
Honest feedback/comments appreciated.
Hope you enjoy
Not that Wikipedia is always the most trusted source but http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Derek_Jeter says he played 13 games with the M's.
Haha, but yes, at first I had to do some fact checking to make sure I wasn't mixing the two up, and may have in terms of following the money.
Again, really great article!