Andre Ellington Is Ready To Be An Elite Running Back

By Robbie Robertson As a rookie, Andre Ellington was considered a sleeper by most. Not only does he play for a team that gets little national coverage, but he was always in the… Continue reading

By the Numbers: NHL Goalies

By Aaron Westendorf Follow @ae_westendorf A hot goaltender can win your team a Stanley Cup. You’ve probably heard that phrase by now, but is it true? Evaluating NHL goaltender careers at a macro-level… Continue reading

By the Numbers: NHL Captains

By Aaron Westendorf Follow @ae_westendorf Being a NHL captain means a lot more than just wearing a ‘C’ on your uniform. You are the leader in the locker room, the first to take… Continue reading

Where is the NFL’s value held?

  Forbes recently released their evaluations for all 32 NFL teams. Above is a graphic representing where the value (in terms of $million) is geographically throughout the United States. Notice the majority of… Continue reading

Sports Social Media Truths That Aren’t Factual

This post is co-written by: Aaron Westendorf Follow @ae_westendorf Neil Horowitz Follow @njh287 This is the very first co-authored post for Digital Sports Voice and myself. Neil Horowitz was most recently the Manager of… Continue reading

Emerging Trends: The Twitter Mirror

By: Aaron Westendorf Follow @ae_westendorf The MLB Home Run Derby showcased what has quietly become the hottest item in social media for 2014: The Twitter Mirror. The mirror has already made its debut with the… Continue reading

The Cavs took a long time to post LeBron Content

Here is everything that happened while people waited for @cavs to post something… The value of the Cleveland Cavaliers went way up: Ozanian: value of Cavs just went up by $100 mil on… Continue reading

Twitter Buy Now Button Is Good For Sports

Amazon and Twitter made news back in May when they announced a “Buy Now” button for Amazon products. Users on Twitter could scroll through Amazon’s handle and have the ability to be directed… Continue reading

Mark Mulder is a Moneyball Genius

Moneyball is a term used in baseball as the practice of buying undervalued players at cheap prices so that low-revenue baseball clubs have a chance at beating the Yankees. Moneyball, the practice, made… Continue reading

NHL Draft: How often should teams post

How much is too much: On the day of the NHL draft front offices were busy prepping their strategies, finalizing trades and setting up watch parties. On Twitter, it was just as busy for… Continue reading