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Ballplayer Melissa Mayeux Should Be Drafted This June

Major League Baseball will have its annual June Draft on the 10th and 11th. This year it’s gone through a big change. It’s only five rounds long and players won’t be getting nearly what they used to upfront because of the pandemic and the change in the format. One storyline

Brennan Tyznar Talks About His Incomplete Season

Brennan Tyznar is a 6-2, left-handed pitcher who currently plays for Randolph-Macon College in Virginia. He had his season cut short. No player is ever fully prepared for that and honestly, unless you’ve played for a team that you put your heart and soul into, it’s hard to understand what

BUBS Natural Review

Every once in awhile, I get to review a product that intersects sports and health. And while most major sports have hit the pause button, the athletes, and folks like me, haven’t. Enter BUBS a company that makes a powdery mix that can improve your health. There is a collagen mix

MLB Should Shutdown Spring Training and Delay the Season

This one seems like an easy decision. Yes, it affects local economies and jobs, but getting sick is worse, especially for those who don’t have health insurance or adequate funds. The Coronavirus is causing havoc around the world and the belief by the experts is we’re not through the worst

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