Feb 26

Wizards Hit Ultimate Low, Stomped by Timberwolves

MINNEAPOLIS, Mn – The Washington Wizards were left looking for answers after losing a tight 114-107 contest at home to the Golden State Warriors. The Wizards traveled to the Target Center as former Minnesota Timberwolve Kevin Garnett made his much awaited return with the team after being traded at the deadline. The Timberwolves won an emotional win and stomped over the hopeless Wizards 97-77.

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Feb 26

Wizards Drop Fourth Straight Against Warriors

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Wizards returned home to take on the league’s best Golden State Warriors after an embarrassing 106-89 loss to the Detroit Pistons. Bradley Beal was the lone inactive for the Wizards as Stephen Curry returned to action for the Warriors after a one game absence. The Wizards committed a season high 26 turnovers which helped the Warriors win 114-107.WizWarriorsBox

 

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Feb 26

Watch: Jason Chimera vs Zac Rinaldo

Jason Chimera and Zac Rinaldo face off in this quick fight.  Chimera wins this fight easily but there really was not much of a fight.  Chimera gets one big blow in and Rinaldo goes down.

Win: Chimera
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Feb 26

Cabrera Legal Troubles Resolved

Before the Orioles finalized a deal with Everth Cabrera, they wanted to make sure his legal troubles resolved, “That’s why it took as long as it did,” said Buck Showalter. “It wasn’t going to happen if it wasn’t, and we felt comfortable with it.” Cabrera had a trial scheduled for April for a charge that could have seen him spend up to a year in jail, but he made a plea deal in court Monday. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 26

Nick Markakis Fires Shots at Orioles

APToday was a busy day for the Orioles. Season plans became available, the Orioles had the first full squad workout of the year,  finalized a deal with Evereth Cabrera, and Nick Markakis called out the Orioles and Dan Duquette. Markakis told USA Today Sports to “Not believe a word they say.” Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 25

Orioles sign Everth Cabrera

The Baltimore Orioles have announced today that they have signed infielder Everth Cabrera to a one-year contract.  The Orioles have designated Alex Hassan for assignment to make room for Cabrera on the 40-man roster.  The Orioles see Cabrera as a low risk high reward type of player.  Cabrera was an All-Star in 2013 but had off the field issues and was suspended for 50-games in 2014.   Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 25

Ravens release Jacoby Jones

92px-Jacoby_Jones_at_the_Baltimore_Ravens_Super_Bowl_XLVII_victory_celebrationThe Baltimore Ravens have announced that they have releases wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones. Jones signed a four-year deal during the last offseason but the Ravens need salary cap room.  The Ravens could save about $750,000 towards the salary cap this season with this move, that number will increase if his release is designated a post June 1st release.  The Ravens have a deep receiving group and still hope to resign Torrey Smith. Read the rest of this entry »

Feb 24

Watch: MLB Outlook Manny Machado

Feb 23

Watch: Matt Martin vs Tom Wilson

Matt Martin and Tom Wilson fight to a draw in this fight.  Wilson and Martin never really connect on any punches and the officials stepped in while they were in a hugging contest.

Win: Draw
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Feb 23

Line brawl won by Hershey Bears

The Hershey Bears had a major line brawl this weekend against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and well just about every Bear won their fight. The brawl all started because one of the Sound Tigers bumped into the Bears goaltender Phoenix Copley. Even the goalies got into the action as Copley easily beat the Sound Tigers goaltender Kevin Poulin.

Chris Brown dominated his fight against Scott Mayfield and I mean dominated. Kris Newbury also dominated his fight with Justin Courtnall. The only fight now won by a Bears player was Connor Carrick’s fight against Brett Gallant. Carrick had a draw at best. Read the rest of this entry »

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