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The Fab 5 Baseball Team Starts

by James Maynard February 5th, 2015 Baseball, Fab Five
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With every team having now played at least 20 games in this young season, let's take a look at which ones are off to the hottest starts and why. These teams the Fab 5 of the first few games.

The Atlanta Braves – Not only dominating the National League, but baseball as a whole, the Braves finished out their first 21 games with a stunning .714 winning percentage – that is the winning rate of the two best teams in history – the 1906 Cubs and the 2001 Mariners, who each won 116 games over the season. They're now at
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Top Five Goalies of the NHL — All Time

by T Akery February 4th, 2015 Fab Five, Hockey
Top Five Goalies in the NHLThere is  some debate on what makes a goalie one of the greats, since the stats are difficult to compare. Scores are typically low in the NHL, and that's the work of the goalies. We've already looked at the ones with the highest save percentages this season.  But here are the top five NHL goalies of all time. Some of them are the trailblazers that literally changed how goalies did things.

Coming in at number five is Terry Sawchuck. Terry played at a time in the NHL when there was only one goalie. Despite numerous injuries, he managed
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  • I'm not going to say anything about the Sanchez tattoo. It was my tattoo and it's still my tattoo. --Rex Ryan, Jets coach, on his tattoo with the number of ex-Jet Mark Sanchez

  • We just spent, whatever it was, how many millions of dollars on the replay system. I mean, there's a thousand cameras in every stadium, so that if somebody spills a beer on somebody, we have it on record, right? Maybe we could have a bake sale. Raise some money for the cameras. Do a carwash. --Bill Belichick, Patriots coach, on raising money

  • Shoulder yesterday, back today, so I'm not sure if they're going to get him tests or get him to the MRI Monday or a bone scan on Tuesday, maybe. I'm not quite sure what we'll do. We may not do anything. I'm not sure. --Don Mattingly, Dodgers manager, on Puig's recent behavior

  • It has to absolutely be the biggest win for this group of young women this season.--Doug Bruno, DePaul women's basketball coach, on upsetting Duke

MLB Fab 5 – RBI Producers

by James Maynard February 3rd, 2015 Baseball, Fab Five
Top 5 RBI producersThere is still lots of baseball left to play this season, and much can change between now and the World Series. However, with the regular season now one-quarter over, it's time to look at the top five run-producers in the major leagues. Although there are likely to be setbacks and injuries which will keep each of these players from attaining the astronomical RBI performances for which they are reaching, the way these players have performed so far this season earns them each a spot in this week's MLB Fab 5.

Miguel Cabrera – 41- the Venezuelan slugger leads the league
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Top 5 Shutout Pitchers of All Time in the MLB

by T Akery February 2nd, 2015 Baseball, Fab Five
Top 5 Shutout Pitchers of All TimeThe ultimate goal of a pitcher in baseball is to strike the opposing team out. But when a pitcher manages to stop the opposing team from recording any runs, it is known as a shutout. A shutout game is a rarity in baseball especially in the Major Leagues. These top five pitchers are among the greatest men to have ever played the sport.

The number one spot goes to Walter Johnson. His sidearm pitch took people like Ty Cobb by complete surprise. He managed to rack up 110 shutout games during his career with the Washington Senators. While he might
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