Well that was an interesting week. Manny, Barnes, Pedroia, and Gausman capture the headlines, while starts from Jimenez, Bundy, and Miley are overshadowed.
It tastes good just watching it.
Sure, Trumbo led the league in homers last year. But without a designated hitter this series, is he really the best option in the starting lineup?
4-1 in week one, 4-2 in week two. Not too shabby. Let's take a look back at last week.
The Ravens have said numerous times that they are eager to get a game changer opposite Terrell Suggs and this draft presents an excellent opportunity to do so...
The 2017 NFL Draft is coming. Quickly. While everyone in Ravens nation wants to focus on that #16 overall pick, its important that we take some time before the draft to look at what the team might come away with when all is said and done.
The Baltimore Ravens have been looking for a RB since Ray Rice. Yes, Justin Forsett had a pro bowl year and there have been a number of young backs that have shown flashes, but the running game hasn't been the same since the Ravens Super Bowl winning season. Could the Ravens look to the draft for their next game changing back?
How bad are the Brooklyn Nets?
The following are power rankings for the NNFBA (National Non-Finalist Basketball Association), updated weekly with all facts necessary to determine the hierarchy of a 28-team league that doesn’t include the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Golden State Warriors.