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WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan is STOKED that his "Yes" chant is creeping it's way into mainstream sporting events, like NCAA basketball games, telling TMZ Sports there's one moment that stands above the rest. The B+ Player, who also stars on " Total Divas," says the video that went viral of the the Michigan State crowd "Yes" chanting during an important game in January tripped him out big time, especially when the crowd broke out the chant during a key part of the game!!
With the 2014 Major League Baseball season now underway, the hum of cash registers around ballparks, team stores, and sporting good outlets have begun their annual ritual of jersey sales. But, who sold the most during the offseason? This year the top offseason jersey sale leader based on online sales at MLB.com goes to slugger David Ortiz of the 2013 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox. Young stars are also well represented on the list, as 12 of the top 20 are age 30 or younger and five – Manny Machado, Yasiel Puig, Bryce Harper, Mike Trout and Matt Harvey – are age 25 or younger.
Although he hasn’t won a Major championship since the 2008 US Open, Tiger Woods has still retained his status as the biggest draw in golf over the last six years. He has had great success on the hallowed grounds of Augusta National, having won The Masters four times since notching his first Major championship at the 1997 event. However, Woods has certainly slowed down in recent years. But The Masters has remained the only Major that Woods has never missed. That will change this year, as Woods underwent back surgery earlier this week for a pinched nerve that will sideline him for four to five months. As a result, prices for Masters tickets are down by as much 31% depending on the day.
He took both teams to the Super Bowl but, according to TMZ Sports, Kurt Warner feels more allegiance to the Arizona Cardinals than the St. Louis Rams. Of course, Warner said he has nothing but respect for the Rams and is thankful for everything they gave him like his first shot in the NFL after he spent time in the Arena league and NFL Europe. But the Rams also dumped him in 2004 and it was the Cardinals who took a chance on the guy after Kurt's less than stellar season with the Giants. So, in the end Kurt says he's a bird man now and that's the way it's gonna be.

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