Finally on the other side of an abysmal 7-19 May that squandered the goodwill of a 12-8 April, the Miami Marlins kicked off June by splitting a doubleheader with the Colorado Rockies. The Marlins scored a total of 25 runs and demonstrated to be a team that was close knit and capable of providing their own […]
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It’s amazing to look back and realize that South Florida has had Major League Baseball in its backyard for 30 years. 30 seasons, four ownership regimes, three memorable playoff appearances, and two championships. One of those championships was being celebrated this past weekend in a series against the Milwaukee Brewers, managed by the very man […]
Opening Day It’s the first of 162 games, but it feels much more special than that. It’s the first date of a long relationship between baseball and its fans, a day when magic happens. Reality will set in the next day but for teams like the Kansas City Royals, St. Louis Cardinals and Arizona Diamondbacks, this […]
LAS VEGAS — Despite the West winning the Shrine Bowl 25-24 on Thursday, both the offensive and defensive MVP went to the East. Navy linebacker and Ft. Lauderdale native Diego Fagot was named the defensive MVP for totaling seven tackles and a sack that brought the fans at the lower bowl of Allegiant Stadium to […]
LAS VEGAS — NFL Draft prospect Stanley Berryhill lll has fond memories playing at Allegiant Stadium. It was the site of his first 100-yard receiving game in the Arizona Wildcats’ season opening loss to BYU. On Thursday, he had the longest reception (28 yards) for the West in their 25-24 win over the East in […]
It’s becoming common place for the iconic Queen song “We Are The Champions” after bowl games, especially one as big as the Orange Bowl. The timing of Michigan quarterback J.J. McCarthy watching the celebration from a distance with a few teammates only to leave on the lyrics “no time for losers” was poetic. The Orange […]
The No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs defeated the No. 2 Michigan Wolverines 34-11 in the Orange Bowl on New Year’s Eve in Miami to advance to the National Championship Game. Here are the best sights of the game from our photographer Tony Capobianco.
Michigan waited years for this opportunity. When Jim Harbaugh was pried from the NFL to return to his alma mater as the head coach, this was supposed to be in the Wolverines future. Which makes it a devastating disappointment to come all this way in year seven of the Harbaugh era, only for it to […]
This year’s Orange Bowl is a titanic showdown between No. 2 Michigan and No. 3 Georgia in a College Football Playoff semifinal. The winner will take on either No. 1 Alabama or No. 4 Cincinnati in the national championship game. Bu what if the results of the Orange Bowl decided the national championship? That could […]
The road to the Orange Bowl goes through these final few games. The most important being the SEC Championship Game between No. 1 Georgia and No. 3 Alabama. A clean win by the undefeated Bulldogs will open up another spot for either No. 5 Oklahoma State or No. 6 Notre Dame enter the College Football […]