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Best of the Decade: Best Waste of Money

Gold Medal: Mike Hampton – $121 million If any pitcher looked like he could fit in with the Colorado Rockies it was Mike Hampton, who had not only pitched well with the Astros and Mets but had...

Best of the Decade: Best Hyped-Up Disappointment

Gold Medal: Charlie Weis Charlie, Charlie, Charlie. Not only did you leave the New England Patriots sideline to coach Notre Dame, you then agreed to the largest contract in the history of college...

Best of the Decade: Best MLB Game

Gold Medal: Yankees vs. Diamondbacks, Game 7 – 2001 Not only was it the best MLB game of the decade, you can make a case that it’s one of the best baseball games EVER. Game 7 of the 2001 World...

Best of the Decade: Best Retirement Comeback

Gold Medal: Brett Favre – 2008, 2009 It was so nice, he did it twice. Brett Favre is a one-of-a-kind athlete, and his recent indecision is something that we’ll probably never see again. In the...

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