Tag Archives: Medical

Thirsty For Some 7&7? Here Are The Seven Best Hitters

John Supowitz | May 21st, 2019

You know the rules: the seven best hitters of the week. Continue reading

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Performance Enhancing Drugs -A Who, What, Why Look at the Issue

Beth Sullivan | May 18th, 2019

In the past week, the news has been awash with reports of players being suspended or kicked out of their league. Patrick Peterson who plays for the Arizona Cardinals in the NFL was given a six-game suspension. Tyreke Evans who played for the Indiana Pacers was disqualified and suspended  NBA for two years for testing positive for “drugs of abuse”. Geir Helgemo was suspended until November by the World Bridge Federation – the card game for violating their anti-doping rules. Continue reading

Early Mock Drafts Have Heat Drafting Kevin Porter Jr.

Jacari McRae | May 16th, 2019

As expected, the Miami Heat remained with the 13th pick in what was a wild draft lottery. Once the lottery ended, multiple sites immediately updated their mock drafts. A name that’s been linked to the Heat on most mock drafts: University of Southern California’s Kevin Porter Jr. Continue reading

Pancho Billa – True Fan and Face of The Bills- Rest In Peace Amigo

Beth Sullivan | May 15th, 2019

Tuesday morning, word spread quickly that the Buffalo Bills Superfan Ezra Castro, Pancho Billa to BillsMafia and everyone whose life he touched, had lost his long battle to Stage IV Pancreatic Cancer. His moving obituary can be read here Ezra Castro Obituary.

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Forearm Pain – A Pause, Not an End to Glasnow’s Season

Beth Sullivan | May 13th, 2019

I’m sure many baseball fans were convinced that Tyler Glasnow’s season was over when they heard he left the game Friday night with forearm tightness in his throwing arm.  There were many armchair doctors on Twitter and other social media sites who had him diagnosed with all sorts of ailments, without any medical testing or knowledge of what they were talking about.  Continue reading