X
The 2014-15 Caps Wrap The 2014-15 Caps Wrap

Stay up to date with all things Caps, with this comprehensive guide and one-stop reference, providing a complete wrap of the 2014-15 Washington Capitals season. Read all of the latest scores, match summaries, key performers, statistics and much more! The guide is proudly brought to you by the dedicated staff at The Big Leagues Daily. […]

Improvement From Within Key For O’s Improvement From Within Key For O’s

As the off-season continues to be somewhat of a barren affair for the Orioles – where more high profile players have departed than arrived – one thing which is seemingly lost amongst many fans is the level of improvement expected to be made from a number of players who experienced some significant struggles in 2014. […]

Aussies Snag Special Teams Awards Aussies Snag Special Teams Awards

The Australian duo of Brad Craddock (Maryland) and Tom Hackett (Utah) yesterday swept college football’s special teams awards, after the pair were named as the best kicker and punter in the game. Craddock, a junior in his third year with the Terps, won the Lou Groza Award after a breakout season where he converted 18 of […]

More recent stories

What the fans are reading

Site Hits

681440

Join our mailing list
Improvement From Within Key For O’s

As the off-season continues to be somewhat of a barren affair for the Orioles – where more high profile players have departed than arrived – one thing which is seemingly lost amongst many fans is the level of improvement expected to be made from a number of players who experienced some significant struggles in 2014. […]

Adiós, Nick Markakis

  Baltimore wakes up this morning to a whole new world – a world where Nick Markakis is no longer an Oriole. How long will it take for that to sink in? So long the face of the Orioles, especially through some very dark times, it was confirmed last night that Markakis will sign a […]

Hunter’s Japan Series

The 2014 Japan Series has come to an end and for Tommy Hunter – the only Oriole in the squad – it proved to be a successful trip. Hunter tossed 2.2 scoreless innings of relief during the series and despite allowing four hits, threw a high percentage of strikes (72% – 34 of 47 pitches) […]

Aussies in the NBA

  As the 2014-15 NBA season continues, many of the eight Australians within the league continue to perform well. Australia has a small, yet proud history within the NBA, having produced 18 players who have reached the highest level. The most famous of which is Luc Longley who played for four teams during 1991-2001, winning three […]

NBA 2014-15, Early Trends

The Good – Hot teams; Golden State Warriors, Memphis Grizzlies and Toronto Raptors When I put together my predictions for this season I had the Warriors finishing with the fourth seed in the Western Conference, but I may have sold them a little short. The ‘Dubs’ have been on fire this year and boast an […]

Childress King of the Kingdome

The Sydney Kings won both of their games over the weekend and it was in no small part to returning King, Josh Childress. The former NBA player missed a game last weekend after a flying elbow to Perth Wildcat Jesse Wagstaff, a punishment/suspension that many people (myself included) believe was far too lenient. Childress came […]

Aussies Snag Special Teams Awards

The Australian duo of Brad Craddock (Maryland) and Tom Hackett (Utah) yesterday swept college football’s special teams awards, after the pair were named as the best kicker and punter in the game. Craddock, a junior in his third year with the Terps, won the Lou Groza Award after a breakout season where he converted 18 of […]

Brad Craddock’s Breakout Season

As the NFL continues to grow in popularity in Australia, more and more young Australians are heading over to the United States to try their luck in High School Football or College Football. This year we have been covering the progress of young Australian Bailey Kenter who is currently the #1 ranked punter in all […]

Kenter Chasing A Dream

Update – 26 November 2014 Bailey’s season has come to an end and 247 Recruiting have ranked him as a 3-Star punter, holding an 84 rating. This once again makes him the #1 ranked High School punter in the nation and the #16 ranked athlete overall in Utah. Last week Bailey ventured north-west and visited […]

The 2014-15 Caps Wrap

Stay up to date with all things Caps, with this comprehensive guide and one-stop reference, providing a complete wrap of the 2014-15 Washington Capitals season. Read all of the latest scores, match summaries, key performers, statistics and much more! The guide is proudly brought to you by the dedicated staff at The Big Leagues Daily. […]

Mustangs win first AIHL title

The Melbourne Mustangs have won their first AIHL title, thanks to a memorable 6-1 win over arch-rival the Melbourne Ice this afternoon at the Medibank Icehouse. Progressing through to the final after yesterday’s hard-fought 6-4 semi-final win against the Sydney Ice Dogs, the Mustangs took the lead first in the decider, when Jamie Bourke found Viktor Gibbs who […]

AIHL Team Bus Crashes

Last night’s AIHL game between the Canberra Brave and Adelaide Adrenaline was called-off after the Adelaide team bus crashed and rolled over on the way to the game. The horrifying accident occurred between Goulburn and Eaglehawk at about 4:00pm Saturday afternoon. The game was scheduled to start at 5.30pm in Canberra. It’s been reported that […]

The Best of 2014/15

A big summer of cricket has started in Australian and TBL Daily is pleased to keep you updated with the best performances of the domestic competitions. 12 Dec – Adam Voges made scores of 101 and 139no in Western Australia’s 117 run loss to Victoria. 12 Dec – Ed Cowan made scores of 147 and […]

Phil Hughes, 1988-2014

The death of young Australian cricketer Phil Hughes this week has challenged emotions, united the global cricket community and moved a nation. In sport, the word tragedy is thrown around a lot – at times, somewhat carelessly. The events of this week however, where someone so young, so talented, so modest and so innocent passed away […]

Update on Jules Bianchi

20 November 2014 UPDATE: In encouraging news, it has today been reported that Jules Bianchi is no longer in an artificial coma and is breathing unaided. He has also been move flown from Japan to his native France where his long recovery will continue. Pleasing news, however the battle continues. #ForzaJules 4:30 PM Thursday (AEDST) […]