Ted Turner

Marv Albert, Ted Turner lead Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame class of 2015

Veteran basketball broadcaster Marv Albert and cable pioneer/former Atlanta Braves owner Ted Turner join six others in the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame’s class of 2015, announced Thursday. Called “the voice of basketball,” Albert is already a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame. Inductees will be honored on Dec. 15 at the ninth annual Sports Broadcasting

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Oculus Rift will launch with sports sim ‘we all want’

Consumer grade virtual reality is almost upon us, and industry leader Oculus has announced the Rift will launch with a multi-sport simulation in early 2016. Oculus Rift will include the sim “VR Sports Challenge,” Oculus Worldwide Studios president Jason Rubin said at Thursday’s big pre-E3 product unveiling. “VR Sports Challenge (is) the football, baseball, basketball and hockey simulation we all

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I love Joc Pederson

Last season, the Dodgers spent nearly $63 million on their outfield, more than the entire Marlins or Astros team payroll. Despite all of this spending, they didn’t have a single guy that was a true center fielder. Former Gold Glover Matt Kemp was a severely diminished version of himself, showing none of the speed and

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PDS Fantasy Baseball: Powerful SP tiers & notes

Wooooooooooooo! Its Baseball time Bitches! It’s time for Punch Drunk Fantasy’s #POWERFUL Starting Pitcher tiers to help you overcome whatever #JewMagic stands between you and fantasy baseball glory!! Fresh off a great #PDSFootball season we are jumping into the long haul that is #PDSBaseball. We’ve shed the Mexican dead weight (Rene) from the bottom of the

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Jacoby Ellsbury, Derek Jeter

Trouble in the Bronx?

Coming off of a disappointing 2014 campaign where they finished 4 games behind Oakland for the second Wild Card spot, the post Derek Jeter era begins for the Bronx Bombers and boy are the Yankees in trouble.  The roster is old, injury prone, over paid, and many players are coming off career worst years.  Could

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