Bundy Blossoming in Baltimore

Almost five years after signing with the Orioles, the people of Baltimore can finally – with confidence – look forward to a future where Dylan Bundy becomes the pitcher everyone expected him to be.

Richmond’s 34 Years of Misery

Be it the Chicago Cubs, the Arizona Cardinals, or the South African cricket team, championship droughts are a common occurrence within professional sports.

2016 NBA Free Agency

Crazy, crazy, crazy…. There have been some unbelievable contracts dished out over the first few days of the 2016 NBA Free Agency period, find a rolling list of all the moves below – Atlanta Hawks Kent Bazemore agrees to four year, $70 million deal. Dwight Howard agrees to three year, $70.5 million deal. Malcolm Delaney…

ASG summary, across the Orioles organization

Across the entire Orioles organization, numerous players have been chosen to represent their respective Leagues in All-Star Games. Here’s a full summary of those given the opportunity.

Alexander Wells’ Impressive First Week

As an Australian covering Major League Baseball, it’s pretty hard not to feel a sense of pride when news breaks of another fellow countryman inking a pro contract.

Jones Up Top Sparks Orioles Resurgence

It was exactly one month ago today, on May 26th, when the Orioles fell to the Houston Astros 4-2, completing a series sweep and bumping their losing skid up to four games. 

Grading the NBA Draft (Part 3)

Continuing on…. Los Angeles Clippers: In: Brice Johnson (#25), David Michineau (#39), Diamond Stone (#40) Out: Cheick Diallo (#33) The Clippers need to add depth in general to their roster, once their starting five leave the floor so too does their game. Brice Johnson is the best pickup they got here, he should be able…

Grading the 2016 NBA Draft (Part 2)

Continuing our grading of the 2016 NBA Draft, we pick things up with the Dallas Mavericks – Dallas Mavericks: In: A.J. Hammons (#46) A good shot blocker and defender down low, needs work if he has to be stretched to defend further out. The Mavs needed a centre and they have one with some good…

Grading the 2016 NBA Draft (Part 1)

It seems a little redundant to grade a Draft without seeing how players have gone in their new environs but it’s always fun to speculate based on the body of work seen by those players so far and the make up of each teams roster. So, here is the grading of the NBA Draft Part…

2016 NBA Draft

Good morning and good evening ladies and gentlemen, I’m Mark Vallance and welcome to our now annual running coverage/discussion/blog of the NBA Draft. I’m flying solo this time around though with JT Goodman unable to join us from across the world. Let’s get into it! This could be a hotly contested Draft with a number…