A Major League Baseball season consists of 162 games spread over six months and has the most extended regular season among major professional sports. Hence, it is often called a marathon. MLB has 30 teams, and the active roster for a game merely consists of 25 players, and that number could even go up to 26.
It seems like the NFL is full of surprise teams that go from worst to first every season. This norm has spread across the seasons and it would be no surprise to see newcomers thrash title holders in fierce battles.
Alen Ramic and Luke Conboy evaluate the Jamal Adams trade.
The NBA is back! After a four-month interlude that felt like eternity, the 2019–2020 season will finally be continued, with 22 of the 30 teams invited to the NBA bubble in Orlando.
It gets murkier beyond them. The Rockets, Celtics, Raptors, Sixers and several other teams will fancy their chances at an improbable run to the Finals in these most unique circumstances.
Members of the National Football League are some of the most athletic people in the world. They are strong, agile, and fast. Furthermore, they know how to push their bodies to the limits.
Alen Ramic and Luke Conboy return for Episode Twelve, featuring Cam Newton signing with the Patriots and more.
As the wait begins for the beginning of the new NBA season, all eyes are on the draft and the new round of hopefuls that are set to join the league in the not too distant future. With plenty of rumours from fans as well as the suggestions provided to us through the mock draft, there is plenty to get excited about as we wait for the season ahead.
Alen Ramic and Luke Conboy return for episode eleven of Franchise Sports Talk Football.
Joe, Sam and Josh discuss the NBA's return and preview the playoffs. The underrated Toronto Raptors are talked up and the group ponder who can beat the Bucks.
Coronavirus has halted sport. Major League Baseball is no different. Spring Training was cancelled, the season has been postponed, and despite ambitious proposals to play games in Arizona and Florida, there’s little sign of the season returning yet.
Alen Ramic is joined by Rob Staton to preview the NFL Draft.
The 21st century has been pretty generous to Beantown sports. Pick any year in the last two decades, and there is more than a 50-50 chance the city of Boston has held an open-top bus parade for its NFL, MLB, NBA or NHL champions.
The National Football League Draft – which is the NFL’s most common source of player recruitment - is just a couple of weeks away.
Alen, Teodor, John and Luke discuss NFL free agency, looking at Cam Newton, Jadeveon Clowney, Devin Funchess and Jameis Winston.