Four for the money

Stop me if you’ve heard this before but the final four teams left in the NBA are the Heat, Pacers, Spurs and Thunder and even though many of us would like to see someone new, we’re all going to be watching intensely regardless of the the NBA Finals matchup. If the Heat are in, which […]

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No. 50

Number 50 has been the toughest one that I have done for the count down so far. David Robinson was one of the greatest basketball centers of all time, and Mike Singletary was a fantastic defensive player. But I decided, after much debate and discussion to go with the Admiral, David Robinson. David Robinson was […]

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No. 51

The following piece about Dick Butkus was posted a little over a year ago but that was before we started the countdown, and now that we’re at No. 51, why post about someone other than Dick Butkus? He really leaves no argument but if you’re not convinced by the Hall of Famers’ numbers off 22 […]

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Foul Ball

Ben goes to a Texas Rangers game while Nate watches from home but goes Beyond Live and sees Ben get hit by a foul ball before it happens. Tweet This Post

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No. 52

There is not much question to whom the greatest player to ever wear no. 52 was. It has to be Ray Lewis. Ray Lewis played 17 seasons with the Baltimore Ravens, and he was a pro-bowler 13 times. He is a shoe in for the Hall of Fame when his number is called. The middle […]

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No. 53

The first person that came to my mind when thinking about who is the best athlete to ever wear No. 53 in sports was Harry Carson. I was at the Carson’s Hall of Fame induction in 2006 and being a Cowboys’ fan, I’m quite familiar with his work. However, Carson takes a back seat, and […]

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No. 54

There are a lot of solid athletes to have worn No. 54 but none that stuck out above the rest, at least not until you remmeber that Rick “Goose” Gossage. He pitched in the MLB for 22 years and played for nine different organizations. He was most known for playing for the New York Yankees […]

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Down and out in Texas

It’s certainly no secret the Rangers have been hit by the injury bug. Hard. To add insult to injury, the season hasn’t even started yet. Perhaps the best hope for Rangers fans is the team is getting its injuries out of the system early. However that may be wishful thinking. These injuries are fluke accidents, […]

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No. 55

When word go out about Junior Seau’s death, it just didn’t make any sense. He was one of the toughest linebackers the game had ever seen and off the field, he seemed like he had it all together. It got even stranger and much sadder when we learned Seau took his own life in 2012 […]

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We are never ever ever getting back to the playoffs

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