Monday, November 24, 2014

The last time the fans of the New York Giants saw Victor Cruz was about a month ago when he went down for the season with a torn patellar tendon injury against the Philadelphia Eagles; an injury that required immediate surgery the following day.

Since the injury, Cruz has been out of the limelight and recovering from the surgery while on season-ending injured reserve and now a month after undergoing the surgery in Manhattan and as Art Stapleton of the Bergen Record reported on Monday... Read at Giants 101

Former Red Sox stars Pedro Martinez and Nomar Garciaparra are among the group of new Hall of Fame candidates eligible to be enshrined in 2015. The Baseball Writers Association of America announced the list of candidates today, which includes 17 new players and 17 holdovers.

Martinez is a lock for the Hall of Fame, even if he doesn't get voted in the first year. He finished his career with 219 wins, a 2.93 ERA and 3154 strikeouts. The three-time Cy Young winner had some of his most... Read at Red Sox 101

When the New York Knicks gave Amare Stoudemire a five-year deal nearly everyone felt it was too long for such a health risk. No other team in the NBA was willing to give him more than four years. The Knicks found out why after watching Stoudemire battle back from injury after injury. However, entering the final year of his contract, he now claims he's back to full health.

It's that age old story in sports. A player gets paid a lot of money and hardly plays because of injuries.... Read at Knicks 101

The Bleacher Report released a list of the top 10 teams in the NHL with trade bait, ranking the Sabres as number three overall.

The top two teams are the Winnipeg Jets (second) and Carolina Hurricanes (first).

The Bleacher Report shows that the Sabres could dangle Tyler Myers, Andrej Meszaros, Chris Stewart and Patrick Kaleta out there for teams to bid on before the trade deadline this spring.

Here is what The Bleacher Report writes about why they could be dealt:

"The... Read at Sabres 101

The 2014 Formula One season came to a close Sunday with the Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with double points on the line. Lewis Hamilton drove a flawless race to score his 11th victory of the season and his second career World Championship.

Hamilton won his first F1 championship back in 2008. The win also moved him to sole possession of fifth place on the all-time wins list with 33. For Mercedes, it was their first champion driver... Read at Motorsports 101