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Derek Jeter’s Legacy Is Engraved At Yankee Staduim

“Now Batting…Number two…Derek Jeter…Number two.” Those were the famous words spoken every time former Yankee shortstop Derek Jeter would come up to bat. On this past Mother’s day, Jeter’s number was retired. He was alongside his wife, his grandmother, parents, sister, and nephew. Seven of his former teammates, Mariano Rivera, Paul O’Neill, Tino Martinez, David Cone, Hideki Matsui, Jorge Posada,

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NFL Draft Review

The 2017 NFL Draft was one of the most unpredictable and wildest drafts we have seen in years. The Cleveland Browns sat at the top of the board with the number one pick in the draft selecting the best overall player in the draft, Myles Garret from Texas A&M. This year’s draft featured the most draft day trades in the

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2017 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs

It is officially May, and this year’s Stanley Cup playoffs have been going on for almost three weeks now with fast, action-packed games every single night. The second round began last Monday after an exciting first round that had no shortage of exciting and nail-biting moments, as well as a few surprises. For instance, no one could have foreseen the

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ESPN lets go of 100 Employees

ESPN announced earlier last week that they would be laying off around one hundred employees, including about fifty well known personnel. ESPN has received loads of backlash towards the company as this has been viewed as another questionable move in the wrong direction. The entire ESPN Hockey staff was laid off right in the middle of the NHL Playoffs, a

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Local College Athletes preparing for the NBA Draft

Just as many academically-focused students use college as a stepping-stone to a life-long career, athletically-focused students do the same. Many college athletes are given the option of jump-starting their career by declaring themselves as drafts for the professional athletic leagues. The most recent hype in the athletic community has surrounded the National Basketball Association (NBA) early entry draft announcements where

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Final Four Preview

Cinderella continued to dance in a wild Elite Eight weekend. The weekend started on Saturday night when Gonzaga took down Xavier 83-59 in a mainly one-sided matchup. The big shocker of the night was three-seed Oregon, led by tournament star Tyler Dorsey, who took down one-seed Kansas 74-60. Sunday featured arguably the two best games of the weekend. South Carolina

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