Author Archives: andrekhatch

About andrekhatch

Red Sox. Cowboys. Lakers. Penguins. USC.

A New Way to Measure Playmaking Ability

There are players who score and only score, and there are players who score and make players around them better. There is value in a player who not only scores, but also makes others around him better by distributing and … Continue reading

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Early Start Key for Red Sox Success

Koji Uehara once again made it look very easy when he recorded his first save of 2014 as the Boston Red Sox wrapped up their first series win. The team also pounded out 14 hits. The way they won made … Continue reading

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Finding a Bright Spot in a Dismal Season

The buzzer sounded at the Bradley Center on a chilly spring Milwaukee night and the Los Angeles Lakers found themselves on the losing end once again in a season that just won’t end quickly enough. The 16-time NBA champions had … Continue reading

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NCAA March Madness: Finding the Upsets in the Bracket

Every year around this time we all become college basketball experts. We act like we’ve watched every single Wofford game and pick them in our brackets for a massive upset even though most of us don’t even know where Wofford … Continue reading

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Despite Struggles, Jackie Bradley, Jr. Deserves Starting Spot in Center

A year ago at this time, Jackie Bradley, Jr. was putting on a show in Fort Myers. In one particular game against the Miami Marlins, Bradley came a triple away from the cycle, hit a home run, and raised his … Continue reading

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Have A Heart: Red Sox Enter 2014 With Most Powerful 3-4-5 Punch in AL East

The human heart is essential for life. It pumps blood through our system and without it, a person can’t live. The same applies to the heart of a baseball order and a team’s success. A team could have a flailing … Continue reading

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Penguins Return From Olympic Break With Plenty of Questions

When the Olympic break began, the Pittsburgh Penguins were sitting on top of the Eastern Conference with the conference’s best record. Now with Sidney Crosby, Chris Kunitz, Jussi Jokinen, and Olli Maatta returning with some hardware from Sochi, it’s time … Continue reading

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