This week we celebrate National Sour Candy Day, which is fitting for the offseason we are witnessing with the Philadelphia 76ers. No LeBron. No PG-13. No Kawhi. What are your feelings on what they have/haven’t done?
Don’t look now, but the Phillies are in first place. Even though the Manny Machado saga lingers on, are there still moves to be made? Can they make a postseason run?
The Home Run Derby went off without a hitch and the contestants put on one heck of a show. From the eventual winner Bryce Harper to an exciting run by Rhys Hoskins, the format proved to be a success. What are your favorite Derby moments? Who would you select to lead your bracket, past or present?
Carson Wentz got married and all seems to be progressing nicely. However, there is still no commitment on if he is playing Week 1. Does it matter? Are you comfortable with him sitting out the first four weeks if needed?
Fantasy Football drafts are about three weeks away and the rankings are just starting to be formulated. Who are some players in your mind who are being overvalued? Who are some who are being overlooked?
The Heat Ratio (@theheatratio) brings a set of unique views and opinions each week to focus on all the top sports stories making it to the top of the headlines. Listen in as Tony (@TCutillo23) says he continues to be mad at himself for being sucked in by LeBron while John (@PGHJohn36) says Le’Veon Bell passed up on a huge opportunity that may never be there again. From NFL contracts to preliminary Fantasy Football rankings, it’s all here waiting for your take!
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