2011 MLB Picks & Predictions: AL West Preview

Oakland A’s (81-81, 2nd place AL West in 2010): General manager Billy Beane seems to find ways to push all the right buttons in the offseason, and though he didn’t really do any of those.” Wow!” moves this year, he certainly made some cautious calls. Bringing in Hideki Matsui and Josh Willingham should add some stability to a rather questionable […]

Tailgate for wellness

We’re well into football season and whether your team is running plays with tiny players, the Friday night lights crew, or the NFL, serving up good things to eat is a big part of the game. Game day snacks are often not the best option for the wellness lifestyle. Now, I’m not trying to preempt your soccer party, my goal […]

The Immaculate Inning and Other Baseball Oddities

By its very nature, baseball is the sport that is most conducive to endless debate and discussion about the relative merits of its players. Since each of the ballparks is unique with respect to the size and shape of its outfield and the height of its fences, there will never be one logical way to determine the “best” pitcher or […]

Herbs and foods to treat premature ejaculation (PE) naturally

Premature ejaculation is a condition frustrating enough to damage anyone’s self-esteem, but few herbs and foods can be helpful in alleviating this condition. PD is a condition that requires the psychological and physical resurrection of the person facing it. Diet and herbal support can be very helpful in this effort. There are many herbs found particularly in India that are […]

#2 Ohio St. Buckeyes Forward

Fall camps are underway and the regular season is here soon, which means getting an early jump on the 2006 NCAA football season. Knowing the teams now will save you time, and Matt Fargo is here to help you understand. what to expect next year. We go from worst to first in this 2006 college football preview. #2 – Ohio […]

Dr. Stat Waiver Prescription – Week 12

The doctor is inside! This is my weekly showcase of players who are likely to be available in your league and could be valuable to your team. BATTERS Chase Headley: 3B, San Diego Padres Headley was called up to the majors on Tuesday and went 3-for-8 in his first two games. On Wednesday, he hit his first career home run […]

Daily use, Alice Malsenior Walker and the influence of Constance Nabwire from Uganda

Social worker and home economist Constance R. Nabwire is best known for her highly illustrated books on African cooking and recipes and cultural connections. “Nabwire” is a female name of ethnic origin from southeastern Uganda and southwestern Kenya and is traditionally associated with someone who was born at night. “Bwire” is the male version. In the early 1960s, after her […]

Most Overrated Fantasy Football Players of 2015

Overrated fantasy football players aren’t necessarily players who will struggle this season. They are players who are selected too high in the draft compared to their predicted production versus players at the same position who are selected much lower. Successful fantasy football team owners are the owners who recognize the value in every round and select accordingly. There is no […]

Most popular Winter Olympics events

The Winter Olympics began in 1924 and have been growing by leaps and bounds ever since. Like its summer cousin, there are some events that capture the imagination of sports fans more than others. These events draw the most viewers and get the most airtime on television. It would be safe to say that of the 15 events featured in […]