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Several Factors Favor Garcia to be Cardinals’ 5th Starter

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With every start he makes this spring, Jaime Garcia seemingly takes another step closer to becoming the Cardinals’ fifth starter heading into the regular season. That’s not to insinuate that I want to see Garcia win the job or that Carlos Martinez and Marco Gonzales have pitched poorly. It’s quite the opposite: I’m dying to see Martinez earn a full-time role ...

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Rams Made Right Decision with Bradford, Even if He Succeeds with Eagles

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Hop into the DeLorean… we’re taking a trip into the future. It’s January, 2016 and the regular season in the NFL has just concluded. The playoffs are about to start and there’s Sam Bradford, preparing to lead the Eagles to their second wild card appearance in the past three years. The Rams, meanwhile, missed the postseason after Nick Foles helped engineer ...

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Carroll’s Decision was Questionable, but Butler’s Play was Incredible

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In the immediate aftermath of Super Bowl XLIX, everyone, including myself, has discussed, debated, and rehashed what didn’t happen at the conclusion of the Patriots’ 28-24 victory over the Seahawks. But not nearly enough attention is being paid to what actually did happen. What didn’t happen was Marshawn Lynch receiving another opportunity to pound the ball into the end zone ...

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Rams Need More than QB/Talent to Compete with Seahawks

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The two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl have become a war of attrition for football fans. Storylines become played out quickly, individual matchups are overanalyzed and overblown, and we hear the words “legacy” and “elite” in relation to quarterbacks used ad nauseam. But there is one topic that, while uninspired itself, I do enjoy discussing leading up to ...

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Cardinals’ Pitching Depth Remains in Question

Adam Wainwright Featured

The Washington Nationals have scheduled a press conference Wednesday afternoon for a “major baseball announcement.” That announcement will be the signing of free agent Max Scherzer, who will join an already stacked Nationals’ rotation. That also means no birds on the bat, hometown discounts or a one-two punch of Waino and Scherzer. My radio partner Chris Duncan had it right ...

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