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Suspended for being a whiny brat, probably headed to Miami because he wants all the glory with none of the hard work. Speaking of hard work, who the hell photoshopped this image of Bynum’s head on LeBron’s body? Pick it up, internet! Rumors, intel, and tweets inside.
Darrelle Revis Headed To Tampa Bay For A Physical/Blueprints On How To Rebuild A Laughing Stock NFL Franchise
Reports indicate that this deal is going through because Adam Schefter put his ear to the Earth and heard the two front offices mumbling about Darrelle flying down to Tampa for a physical, which could mean one of two things: they’re checking his ACL before they let go of the 13th pick, or he’s getting prepped for breast augmentation surgery. We let you decide after the jump!
The Philadelphia Phillies Traded A Minor League Prospect To The Los Angeles Angeles For “No Compensation”
Minor League pitcher Mike Cisco was traded yesterday from the Philadelphia Phillies to the Los Angeles Angeles, and he was traded for no one and nothing. Zero. “No compensation,” officially.
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Marlins Owner Jeffrey Loria Told Jose Reyes To Buy A House In Miami Two Days Before Trading Jose Reyes To A Different Country
When Jeffrey Loria Jeffrey Loria’d the Miami Marlins earlier this offseason, Marlins fans weren’t the least bit pleased. One of the players he traded, Jose Reyes, was similarly displeased. He had just signed a six-year, $106 million contract with the team, and expect to spend the next phase of his life in South Beach.