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In many ways, these players are a reflection of their own teams.
Mason is the powerful point guard whose speed allows him to run up and down the field in the blink of on an eye and has become a constant headache for the rest of the Big 12 for the past four years.
Swanigan is the 6-foot 9-inch, 250-pounder whose playoff dominance helped the Boilermakers master the Big Ten. The Jayhawks are the essence of speed and sharpshooting, Purdue is the epitome of size and strength. Continue Reading →
Rajai Davis’ home run against Aroldis Chapman in the ninth inning of the seventh game of the 2016 World Series to momentarily tie the game probably brought dreadful memories to all the Cubs’ players and made them think that “The Goat” curse was still alive.
But the rain came in time for the Cubbies to regroup and win the game 7-8 and put an end to a 108-year-old championship drought after trailing in the series three games to one.
The Joe Maddon-led Cubs endorsed the favoritism with which they started since the first day of the regular season. They dominated the Central Division from start to finish ending the regular season 17.5 games ahead of the Saint Louis Cardinals. Continue Reading →
Corey Seager, winner of the 2016 National League Rookie of the Year award , has confirmed that he has not yet reached his best form in the batter’s box, or as he calls it, he hasn’t yet found his “A” swing.
Seager said he’s been working on his mechanics because he feels he can improve them as last year he didn’t feel 100 per cent comfortable at the plate.
Seager finished third in the National League Most Valuable Player voting. The shortstop hit 26 homers, a record for his position in Dodgers history, and broke several rookie records including: hits (193), runs scored (105) and doubles (40). Continue Reading →
Mexican Daniel Suarez is preparing his debut in the Monster Energy Nascar Cup Series, where he was promoted by the team Joe Gibbs Racing after the surprise retirement of veteran Carl Edwards in early January.
The 25-year-old from Monterrey, who will drive a Toyota Camry with the number 19, became the first Mexican driver ever to win a Nascar race. He’s also the first Latin American to win Nascar’s Xfinity series, considered the second most important level after the Nascar Cup Series.
Suarez’s first official race will be the Daytona 500 on Feb. 26, but a week earlier, on February 18, he will race at the Advance Auto Parts Clash, an exhibition race that takes place on the same track. Continue Reading →