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The New Galácticos

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In The Beginning….. At the turn of the century in 2000, Florentino Pérez took over as the President of Real Madrid CF on the wave of a promise to erase the club’s sizable debt and to make significant moves in the transfer market - all part of his master plan to help Real regain their perch at the top of not just Spanish football, but European football. The dominance envisioned was along the lines of the first generation of “Galácticos” in the 1950s, when star players like Alfredo Di Stéfano, Ferenc Puskás, Raymond Kopa, Jose Santamaria and Francisco Gento were…

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Trade Rumor: Cubs Should Pass on David Price

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A few years ago, the thought of David Price pitching for the Chicago Cubs would have thrilled all of Wrigleyville and Cub fans everywhere. Even today, Cub fans dream of having an ace of Price's caliber leading their rotation, and under the right circumstances, team president Theo Epstein and general manager Jed Hoyer would certainly have to do all they could to make it happen. Why bring up trading David Price to the last-place Cubs? FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal calls it the "right move for the Cubs." The Tampa Bay Rays have made him available, and all contending teams will see…

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Fernando Rodney’s Arrow Returned in Good Fun

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It is really not as big a deal as the media could have made it, and, fortunately, they have not made it a big deal. Therefore, fans also should not read anything more into the matter than just good fun between two division rivals. Seattle Mariners closer Fernando Rodney has shot imaginary arrows into the air after a save for the past few years, but this time, he did so before the game ended. In the bottom of the eighth on Sunday, Rodney got Cole Kalhoun to fly out to center field to end a threat and maintain the Mariners' 5-4…

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Trade Rumor: A.J. Burnett Not the Best Move for Baltimore

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The Major League Baseball official non-waiver trade deadline is only 12 days away, and the rumor mills are churning. As it seems almost every year, contending teams want to add starting pitching. This year's trade market, though, seems thinner than usual, but contenders will keep looking. Among the latest is the rumor of the Baltimore Orioles looking to acquire starting pitcher A.J. Burnett from the Philadelphia Phillies. FOX Sports' Jon Morosi reported Saturday that the Orioles have contacted the Phillies and shown interest in acquiring the right hander. Phillies and Orioles have had very preliminary talks on a trade that would…

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James Rodriguez and Neymar: Can They Replace Ronaldo and Messi Once Those Stars Retire?

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(Photo Credit: Getty Images) Let's face it; Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo aren't getting any younger. Lionel Andres Messi is 27 years old; it is hard to imagine him playing in the 2018 World Cup in Russia and maintaining the same speed as the young rising stars. Cristiano Ronaldo Dos Santos Avei is 29-years-old, and in the same manner as with Messi, it is also hard seeing Ronaldo in the 2018 World Cup for the same reason. We must all prepare for when these two stars decide to hang up their shoes. Who can replace theses two icons in the soccer…

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Pumas Runs Past Queretaro 3-1

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La Liga Mx Apertura kicked off Friday night with Queretaro receiving Pumas at the Estadio Corregidora in Queretaro, Mexico.                           Coach Ignazio Ambriz/Coach Jose Luis Trejo Shaking hands before the start of the game. (photo credit: Getty Images)    Pumas wasted no time in taking the lead as they dominated Queretaro in a 3-1 game, taking the first victory of the night. In just the second minute, Ismael Sosa put Pumas ahead with a right-footed shot from close range to beat Queretaro goalie Edgar Hernandez.      …

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NBA Considers Mid-Season Tournament

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Recently, NBA commissioner Adam Silver discussed the idea of a mid-season NBA tournament. This tournament, which sounds a lot like something out of the David Stern playbook, would be played in Las Vegas. The reason behind the idea of this tournament, as told by’s Steve Aschburner, is because the NBA summer league attendance is up. Aschburner also went on to say: “The popularity of the summer league in Las Vegas – with attendance up 25 percent, Silver said – has the league open to ideas for a greater role in the nation’s gambling capital. One possibility, mentioned without details…

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Brady Aiken, #1 Pick, Does Not Sign with Astros

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All Out Sports Network has followed the story of MLB's 2014 #1 draft pick Brady Aiken and the struggle the Houston Astros have had in signing him. The story concluded Friday afternoon with the two sides failing to reach an agreement by the 5:00 p.m. signing deadline. Aiken will now enter college rather than begin his professional career.'s Jim Callis reported the news just after the deadline passed. Callis notes that Aiken is only the third #1 overall pick ever to fail to sign and the first since Tim Belcher (Twins) in 1983. Aiken is also only the third-ever left-handed…

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Liga MX Power Rankings: Opening Day

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After a disappointing loss to the Netherlands at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, Mexicans everywhere can now rejoice as their favorite clubs go back on the pitch. As the season gets underway, it's only suffice to throw in our Power Rankings before the season began. We also can't forget to mention the fact that Atlante has been relegated and the Leones Negros are back! To start off this week, the rankings will have no descriptions. As the season progresses and the rankings move, there will be added headlines for each team. Feel free to comment whether you agree with…

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NBA Free Agency 3.0

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LeBron James is going back home, and Carmelo Anthony finally made a decision, too. So with the two biggest names off the free agency market, the dominoes started falling—and falling quickly. Almost everyone has a new home now, with the exception of a few, including Eric Bledsoe, who turned down a 4-year/$48 million offer by the Phoenix Suns. Here is a recap of the summer: LeBron announced that he’s going back to Cleveland. However, what wasn’t disclosed then were the details of the contract, which is now revealed as maximum money but only over a two-year span. This move was…

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