The wait was well worth it for Texas Rangers utility infielder Guilder Rodriguez.
The 31-year-old played 13 seasons and 1,095 games in the minor leagues before the Rangers called him up earlier in September. Rodriguez’s 1000-plus games with ten different teams in the minors were the most games played without an appearance in the bigs, but Monday night, his perseverance paid off in a big way.
With three NFL weeks in the books, you should have a good idea of what your fantasy team will look like going forward.
Injuries, suspensions and non-exempt commissioner’s lists have already taken a toll on the fantasy world this season. That’s the bad news. The good news is that three weeks of NFL action is usually enough to determine your team’s strengths and weaknesses. By now, you should have…
The Los Angeles Kings might have received some superstitious help during their Stanley Cup run this past spring.
Staples Center event crew supervisor Joe Laughlin did everything in his power to make sure there was some Staples Center ice sprayed onto the playing surfaces in San Jose, Anaheim and Chicago during the Kings’ Game 7s at each arena.
The Philadelphia Flyers gambled on Steven Mason as a starting goaltender last season and the move paid off.
The former Calder Trophy winner, whose performance had suffered greatly since his 2008-09 rookie campaign, posted a solid 33-18-7 record with a 2.16 goals against average and a .917 save percentage to help the Flyers make the playoffs last season.
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