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After the jump, a Very Special Important (Spimportant – TM) Message from SportsGrid editors Glenn Davis and Dylan Murphy.
Matt Harvey earned his first win of 2013 this week in dominant fashion against San Diego, and both Mets fans and Fantasy Baseballers are very excited about Harvey’s outlook for this season and beyond. Adam Ronis talks to the rising star hurler about his unique approach to pitching and playing on the big city stage.
Because The Mike Rice Scandal Can’t Get Any Weirder, Someone Threw A Water Balloon At An ESPN Cameraman
Well, I’ve gone on at length over the last couple days about my Rutgers fan perspective on the Mike Rice mess. What I didn’t expect to get was a reminder of why my love for Rutgers exists in spite of, rather than because of, the majority of my experience as a student. See the weirdness after the jump.
Pat Mayo (@ThePME) spouts his three best value picks for Friday, April 5… and offers a history lesson on the city of Milwaukee. Let’s all learn together.
Tim Pernetti Is The Latest Mike Rice Domino To Fall, There Could Still Be More, And Ughhhhh: More Notes From A Rutgers Fan On This Latest Mess
In another reminder that if you watch a video of your basketball coach throwing basketballs and hurling other forms of verbal and physical abuse at players during practice – even if it’s not a normal occurrence, per se – you should get rid of that basketball coach, Rutgers athletic director Tim Pernetti, who in December decided to suspend rather than fire such a coach (then, of course, fired him earlier this week when the heat from the general public got to be too much), is no longer Rutgers’ athletic director. After the jump, assorted musings on this fact.
Gregg Sussman of RotoExperts.com is freaking out because his Fantasy Baseball team is underperforming after a few days. Scott Engel tries to reason with him, with not much success. Hear it all after the jump.
RotoExperts’ Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) discusses Roy Halladay & Tim Lincecum’s first starts of the season, John Axford’s blow up, Hiroki Kuroda’s finger and if Brian Roberts can return to his old self. Because whose other self could he be?
I’m in an obscure back room within Fairmount Park, far from the horses, with the diehards, next to a man called Lucky. I’m looking for some insight into the smallest, poorest and oldest track in Illinois. It’s the day of the Preakness, the second leg of the Triple Crown, which is run in Baltimore. Fairmount is swollen with people, masking the fact that attendance has been in a steep decline since the arrival of riverboat casinos in 1991. Lucky leans forward in a back room, illuminated by a glowing grid of old Toshibas. He’s yelling at the TV screen a few inches in front of him. After the jump: meet Lucky.
Pat Mayo (@ThePME) opens up his mailbag answering questions about prospects Jurickson Profar & Yasiel Puig, what to demand for Bryce Harper in a trade and which available closers are the best.
What you’ll see after the jump happened last night following a Copa Libertadores match in Brazil, won by Brazilian club Atletico MG 5-2 over Arsenal de Sarandi of Argentina. Apparently, Arsenal de Sarandi did not take the loss very well… and followed it by making several poor decisions.