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Is the MLB season too long?

We are around 95 games into the MLB season, and it’s only more than halfway. The baseball season can be mentally draining to follow and is almost meaningless with so many games being played. However, the sport provides relief from the dog days of summer when there are no other sports in season, and having 162 games makes the sport more accessible (and keeps ticket prices down). What do you think? …
#MLBTooLong
#MLBSeasonFine
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Did Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze deserve to be fired?

Ole Miss head coach Hugh Freeze was forced to resign for dialing a number associated with an escort service in Florida. Freeze’s contract had a clause that allowed the school to fire him for “moral turpitude,” which this situation falls under. However, calling an escort service is not a crime, and other coaches have kept their jobs after worst displays of immoral behavior. What do you think? 🏈…
#GoodByeFreeze
#FreezeGotRobbed
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Should Calvin Johnson come out of retirement to play for the Detroit Lions?

The Detroit Lions have invited their greatest wide receiver to training camp for a second shot at an NFL career. Calvin Johnson still has the physical prowess to be one of the best wideouts in the league today. However, he left the Lions because the team's inability to find success in the postseason and the situation has not changed. The league is too brutal to be stuck playing for a loser. What d…
#MegatronIsBack
#StayHomeCalvin
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Worst football scandal: Mike Vick or Ray Rice?

The NFL has been the most popular sport in the United States, but that doesn’t make it immune from scandals. Some people believe the NFL hit an all-time low when it was revealed that star quarterback Michael Vick was running a deadly dog fighting ring. However, Ray Rice’s domestic abuse video and the subsequent inaction of NFL leadership may have been the worst. What do you think? 🏈…
#MikeVickTheWorst
#RayRiceTheWorst
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Will an Englishman win the British Open on home soil?

The Open Championship is in full swing, and it has been 48 years since an Englishman won the Open on home soil. There are 28 Englishmen in the field this tournament, with four being ranked in the Top 25, and the numbers are on their side to quench that drought. However, the British Open is as unpredictable as ever, and other players have been hotter this year. What do you think? 🏌 …
#EnglishOwnTheOpen
#EnglishFailTheOpen
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Should O.J. Simpson be released from prison?

Former NFL great O.J. Simpson was granted parole, and will be released from prison. He was serving a 9-to-33-year prison sentence for armed robbery and kidnapping, and many people believed he deserved to be locked away for a long time. However, by all accounts, he has been a model inmate, and most of the parties involved in the crime have forgiven him. What do you think? 🏈…
#LockAwayOJ
#ReleaseOJ
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Worst NBA scandal: Donald Sterling or Tim Donaghy?

From the drug-fueled '70s to revoked trade agreements, the NBA is no stranger to controversy. One of the most infamous examples is the recording of Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s ranting racist nonsense, then distributed for the world to hear. However, Tim Donaghy’s confession of shaving points off games he officiated might be worse. What do you think? 🏀…
#SterlingTheWorst
#DonaghyTheWorst
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Worst hockey scandal: Marty McSorley or Todd Bertuzzi?

There is no doubt hockey is a violent sport. However, there is a line that should never be crossed, and these two players committed literal crimes on the ice. Marty McSorley took a stick to Donald Brashear’s head in 2000 that resulted in an assault conviction. Todd Bertuzzi drove Steve Moore’s head into the ice, ending the Colorado center’s career. Which was worse? 🏒…
#McSorleyTheWorst
#BertuzziTheWorst
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Are the Yankees the ‘Evil Empire’ again?

In what was supposed to be a down year, the New York Yankees are wheeling and dealing to stay ahead in the playoff race. The Yankees added two former all-stars to their roster via trade, and look willing to buy talent to make it back to the top. However, trading for former all-stars isn’t exactly a power move that requires insane amounts of money. This isn't exactly the good ol' George Steinbrenne…
#YankeesEvilEmpire
#NotSoEvilEmpire
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Is Le'Veon Bell worth franchise money?

Le’Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers were unable to come to a long-term agreement, resulting in Bell being slapped with the franchise tag. The running back from Michigan State feels he deserves more money because of his stellar production over the past few seasons. However, he has had off-the-field trouble in the past, and running backs aren’t as valuable as they used to be. What do you think?…
#PayBellNow
#RBNotWorthIt