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Should MLB have a countdown clock for pitchers?

Major League Baseball and player’s union are trying to reach an agreement around a pitch clock—a countdown providing a set amount of time that can pass between pitches. Putting in a pitch clock may speed up the pace of play, which has been a problem for the league. But critics say pitch clocks won’t improve the pace and will tax pitchers’ arms even more with less recovery time between throws. What…
#LetsGoPitchClock
#PitchClockDumb
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Should the Cincinnati Bengals bench Andy Dalton?

After another poor outing, Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton is under fire for the team’s offensive woes. Head coach Marvin Lewis says Dalton’s starting job is secure, but should it be? Dalton has been ineffective this year and led the team to a 6-9-1 record last season. However, Dalton is a Pro Bowl quarterback and needs the offensive line to improve their play for him to flourish. What…
#BenchDalton
#LetDaltonPlay
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Are the Cleveland Indians peaking too soon?

The Cleveland Indians have won 22 consecutive games breaking the modern record, holding the title of longest win streak ever without a tie in MLB history. Too bad it isn’t October. The Tribe certainly has a lot of momentum that can carry over into the postseason, and even take the team to the World Series. However, streaks before the playoffs don’t matter and fortunes can change quickly. What do y…
#TribeToWorldSeries
#TribePeakingTooSoon
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Should the NBA allow Carmelo Anthony to wear a hoodie this season?

Carmelo Anthony has had a busy summer hosting star-studded pick-up games. Most games, he’s rocking a hoodie and dominating any defender who’s in front of him. While the hoodie look is great in the offseason, the NBA should not allow Anthony to wear one during NBA games. If the NBA did allow him to wear the hoodie, the league may benefit from a rejuvenated Anthony and a new apparel series. Should t…
#HoodieMeloSilly
#FreeHoodieMelo
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Does that anti-racism banner at Fenway Park have any place at a baseball game?

Four people were kicked out of Fenway Park when they unfurled a political sign during the Boston Red Sox-Oakland Athletics game. The sign was only up for one at-bat, but it sparked a conversation that extends beyond the ball park’s walls. Some believe the sign forced people to see the truth of racism in America. Others think there is a time and a place for those signs, and a baseball game is not o…
#LoveFenwayBanner
#HateFenwayBanner
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Which Hall of Fame nominee would you want on your team: Randy Moss or Ray Lewis?

The nominees for the Pro Hall of Fame Class of 2018 have been announced, and headlining the list of first-time nominees are the gifted Randy Moss and perpetually intense Ray Lewis. Moss was perhaps one of the greatest athletes to play in the NFL. Ray Lewis may have been one of the greatest leaders and linebackers ever. Who would you want on your team? 🏈…
#TeamRandyMoss
#TeamRayLewis
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Is Danica Patrick's NASCAR career finished?

NASCAR driver Danica Patrick’s run in the sport may be coming to end. Patrick announced she is not returning to the Stewart-Haas team in 2018 due to a sponsorship arrangement. Stock car racing isn’t for everyone, and she should find something better suited for her talent instead of grinding through a sport where she has not performed well. Still, plenty of drivers have found success after 35, and…
#ByeDanica
#StayDanica
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Should the UFC ban Jon Jones for life?

According to ESPN, former UFC Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones' "B" sample confirmed a failed a drug test that occurred right before UFC 214. This is his second failed drug test in as many years, calling into question his right to compete in the UFC. This incident, in addition to his hit-and-run arrest, suggests Jones does not deserve to fight in the UFC ever again. However, he failed a drug t…
#BanJonesForLife
#LeaveJonesAlone
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Should ESPN fire Jemele Hill?

Jemele Hill is under fire after she called President Donald Trump a bigot and white supremacist on Twitter. ESPN distanced itself from her comments, saying it discussed the tweet with her and says “she recognizes her actions were inappropriate.” But Trump supporters are livid, threatening boycotts of ESPN and calling for Hill to be fired. However, the "SportsCenter" host was giving an honest opini…
#FireJemele
#IStandWithJemele
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8 or 24: Who was the better Kobe Bryant?

According to reports, the Los Angeles Lakers will retire both of Kobe Bryant’s jerseys on December 18. Both No. 8 or No. 24 are close to Lakers fan's hearts, with each number representing different eras of his Hall of Fame career. When Bryant wore No. 8, he won three championships and scored 81 points. Donning No. 24, the Black Mamba won two more championships and two NBA Finals MVPs. Which Kobe e…
#LongLiveFrobe
#BlackMambaForever