The 2019 MLB season has come to a close. For the first time in MLB history, the road team won every single game in the World Series. Down two games to three, the Washington Nationals prevailed on the road to capture their first World Series title. Continue reading
Yet again, the Atlanta Braves season ended a lot sooner than their players or fans would have liked. After taking a 2-1 series lead against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Braves lost two in a row. Now with their season over, they turn their attention to 2020. Continue reading
October is soon approaching and that means the MLB playoffs are near. While the final standings are being locked up, most teams will be looking for offseason improvements. The Phillies acquired pitcher Drew Smyly during the 2019 season. Smyly is an MLB veteran who hadn’t pitched in the majors since 2016.
Drew Smyly’s net worth sits at $10 million.
Peyton Manning praised Von Miller as the best athlete he has ever played with.He is a feared defensive NFL player who made a name for himself in the NFL and he has also built a significant net worth int he process. Continue reading
Spanish tennis star, Rafael Nadal earned himself $110 million in prize money since his professional debut in 2001. His association with several high profile brands has also helped to boost his net worth. Continue reading
We are only a few weeks away from the start of the 2019 NFL regular season, and there are still many items that need to be sorted out. Will Ezekiel Elliot play this year? Will the Cowboys sign Dak and Amari? Will Melvin Gordon be on the Chargers? Continue reading
From young ages, kids dream of getting drafted in a sport and achieving the professional level. Though trials and tribulations may come in their way, determination and drive can power them through almost anything. Continue reading
While most kids are still out of school for the summer, parents have been busy slaving away at their jobs wondering what a whole summer off must feel like. For a lot of NBA players, the summer is also a time for them to get some much needed R&R after the rigors of an 80 plus game season. Continue reading
As a professional who’s NBA career got off to a similar start to that of JaMychal Green’s, Luke Kornet played basketball in the SEC and also went undrafted. Although he has only spent just over one full season in the league, Kornet recently signed a two year deal with the Chicago Bulls. Continue reading