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Every Sunday from September to February, Americans stop whatever they’re doing, find the nearest TV, and cheer on their favorite NFL team. Year in and year out, the National Football League proves to be the biggest of the traditional “Big Four” professional sports leagues in the United States and Canada.

The 2013 NFL season ushered in a new era of superstars that are looking to become the new faces of the countries favorite sports league. Last year, elusive quarterback Russell Wilson led the Seattle Seahawks to their first ever Super Bowl victory with a thrashing of the Denver Broncos at Met Life Stadium. During the 2013 NFL Playoffs, the Seattle Seahawks defense truly lived up to their nickname, “The Legion of Boom”. The defensive backfield of the Seattle Seahawks is arguably one of the best ever in the history of the NFL. Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, Earl Thomas, and Bryon Maxwell gave offensive coordinators nightmares during the playoffs. Seattle enters the 2014 NFL regular season with a strong offense & a legendary defense that will give them the opportunity to become the first repeat Super Bowl winners since the New England Patriots won back-to-back championships nearly a decade ago.

Although the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos proved from week one of the 2013 season that they were the teams to beat in their respected divisions, they seem to have some competition waiting to overtake their rule of the NFL this year. In the NFC, Seattle and San Francisco have put together one of the greatest rivalries the league has seen in quite some time. San Francisco seemed to finally find their answer at quarterback as Colin Kaepernick has emerged in to one of the game’s biggest stars. After a dramatic finish to the 2014 NFC Championship Game, the 49ers will be seeking their revenge on Richard Sherman and the Seahawks. However, San Francisco is not the only team that may disrupt the Seahawks in 2014. Chip Kelly’s new high powered offense in Philadelphia added yet another explosive piece to their team with versatile running back Darren Sproles as they look to win the NFC East for the second year in a row. The Carolina Panthers have also made their name as one of the newest threats to take over the NFC with superstar quarterback Cam Newton and Defensive Player of the Year Luke Kuechly.

The AFC seems to be a conference that is always up for grabs. Although Peyton Manning is coming off one of the best seasons of his career and looks to be in top form, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots are always in contention to take home the AFC Championship. Brady vs. Manning has been one of the most historic quarterback battles for the past decade, but several new young quarterbacks and their teams are looking to put their names in to that conversation. Andrew Luck looks to be the real deal under center after putting together yet another spectacular season in Indianapolis with the help of fellow emerging star T.Y. Hilton. The AFC North is known as one of the most talented divisions in the league and Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton looks to lead Cincinnati atop the division and into the NFL Playoffs for the second year in a row.

With heated battles atop both conferences and a spectacular draft class, it seems like football fans are in for another year of high drama, hard hitting NFL action. The NFL highly anticipates college superstars like Johnny Manziel and Jadeveon Clowney to make headlines and lead their teams from worst-to-first seasons in 2014. As the saying goes, any given Sunday any team can win, and no matter where the 2014 NFL season takes us, Fanatics Authentic will be there with the game’s finest selection of authentic signed memorabilia.

The MLB regular season is shaping up to be one of the most explosive seasons in MLB history and fans can commemorate this season with an assortment of baseball memorabilia items from FanaticsAuthentic.com.

The 2014 Major League Baseball season has not disappointed at the midway mark. Baseball fans across North America have been following Derek Jeter on his farewell tour, as The Captain looks to bring the Yanks back to the Fall Classic in his last season in the bigs. However, if Jeter wants to end his career on top he has to get by two of the leagues traditional bottom feeding teams that have found their way to the peak of the AL East standings. With the help of the power hitting duo of Jose Bautista and Edwin Encarnacion, scoring runs has been no problem for the Toronto Blue Jays so far this season. In a close second, electrifying third baseman Manny Machado and 2013 MLB home run leader Chris Davis have turned the Baltimore Orioles back in to legitimate AL contenders.

As usual, the Detroit Tigers have been absolutely dominating the AL Central division. Despite an out of the ordinary sub-par season from ace Justin Verlander, Detroit has still been spectacular on the rubber with star pitchers Max Scherzer and Rick Porcello. It goes without saying, the Tigers have been one of the AL’s top run scoring teams with the likes of Miguel Cabrera and Victor Martinez at the plate. The Tigers once again look like a World Series contender, but dark horse teams like Kansas City and Cleveland are still hanging on in the division.

The American League West hosts some of the most talented young players in the game of baseball today. The A’s and their unorthodox money ball style of team management has given Oakland reason to believe they could take home their first World Series title since 1989. However, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are focused on the same goal & with their consistent play and star studded roster, they have the potential to take down any team that stands in their way.

There’s been a tight race for supremacy in the NL Central that has left a surprising team at the top of the standings. Catcher Jonathan Lucroy and center fielder Carlos Gomez have posted all-star numbers at the plate while leading the Milwaukee Brewers to one of the best records in baseball. After a slow start, the 2013 NL Pennant winning St. Louis Cardinals have seemed to finally found their stride as they look to catch up to the Brewers and return to the World Series once again. Still in contention for the lead in one of baseball’s toughest divisions are Andrew McCutchen and his newly winning Pirates squad and Joey Votto and the Cincinnati Reds are also in the mix.

We are in the midst of a battle for the state of California atop the NL West standings. After a disappointing follow up season to their 2012 World Series win, the San Francisco Giants have bounced back and look like they are the team they once were two years ago. But right by their side are young superstar Yasiel Puig and the Los Angeles Dodgers. With aces Clayton Kershaw and Zach Greinke on the bump, there is no doubt Los Angeles has what it takes to compete for their first World Series win since the 1980’s.

Several teams are looking to compete for the top spot in the National League East this season. Along with the usual suspects of the Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals are the dark horse Miami Marlins. With the help of MVP candidate Giancarlo Stanton, the Marlins have gone from a 100 loss team in 2013 to a possible division winner in 2014. While there is hope in Miami, an NL East win won’t be easy with the dominance of Freddie Freeman’s Braves and Bryce Harper’s Nationals in the way.

No matter what team you cheer on in America’s pastime, we are bound to have the perfect pieces of authentic signed memorabilia that are sure to complete any sports collection.

It took three years, but there is now a newly crowned champion in the National Basketball Association. The San Antonio Spurs defeated the 2012 and 2013 champion Miami Heat in five games, a result that not even basketball experts saw coming. Although the city of San Antonio is owned by future Hall of Famers Tony Parker, Tim Duncan, and Manu Ginobili, it was the unsung hero Kawhi Leonard that helped San Antonio to their fifth NBA Finals championship and he took home the Finals MVP Award for his performance.

The 2013-2014 NBA Eastern Conference was really shaken up from previous years, as the conference is now seeing new teams emerge in to the playoff conversation. As always, the Miami Heat put together yet another dominant season down in South Beach. LeBron James, Chris Bosh, and Dwyane Wade all put up all-star numbers as Miami made their fourth consecutive NBA Finals appearance. The Indiana Pacers seemed like the team to beat early in the season when forward Paul George looked like a legitimate MVP candidate. However, Indiana’s team fell apart down the stretch and couldn’t quite find their way to their first Finals appearance since 2000. Despite losing MVP Derrick Rose to injury for a second consecutive season, the Chicago Bulls still managed to sneak in to the NBA Playoffs under the leadership of NBA Defensive Player of the Year Joakim Noah. Despite the usual suspects in the East with the Heat, Pacers, and Bulls, teams like the Washington Wizards and Toronto Raptors put together playoff worthy seasons and established themselves as some of the best teams in the conference.

The Western Conference gave NBA fans some surprising story lines last season. The Los Angeles Lakers powerhouse franchise that has been a title contender year in and year out, flopped completely with an injury to all-star Kobe Bryant. LA finished with a .329 winning percentage and had their worst season since the 1950’s. The Lakers season was as poor as the Trail Blazer are talented. Young superstar guard Damian Lillard helped lead Portland to a 54 win season and their first playoff series win in 14 years. The high flying Lob City Clippers inched closer to their first ever NBA championship before falling short to MVP Kevin Durant and the always talented Oklahoma City Thunder. This year more than any proved how powerful Western Conference basketball is, as teams like the Phoenix Suns and Dallas Mavericks posted winning percentages approaching .600 and still did not earn a spot in the postseason.

One of the most hyped draft classes in recent memory has given NBA fans a reason to look forward to the upcoming season. This year’s NBA Draft more than any other was dominated by one-and-done NCAA freshmen. Future superstars Andrew Wiggins and Jabari Parker went one and two to the Cavaliers and Bucks respectively before Kansas center Joel Embiid was taken third by the 76ers and Arizona’s Aaron Gordon was picked fourth by the Orlando Magic. With other young talented players like Noah Vonleh and Julius Randle entering the league next year, basketball fans should be counting down the minutes until the NBA starts up again.

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The drama of the 2013-2014 NHL Season proved to be second to none. After a seemingly endless amount of overtime thrillers in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Los Angeles Kings engraved their names in Lord Stanley’s Cup for the second time in three seasons. While the LA Kings have been no stranger to the Western Conference and Stanley Cup Finals, the New York Rangers team they defeated was making their first championship appearance since 1994. After several tense back and forth games, Alec Martinez netted Los Angeles’ Cup winning goal in double overtime of Game Five.

Several surprise teams joined the usual suspects in the Eastern Conference Playoffs this year. As always, teams like the Boston Bruins and Pittsburgh Penguins competed to take home Lord Stanley’s Cup, led by NHL superstars like Patrice Bergeron and Sidney Crosby. The Tampa Bay Lightning, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Montreal Canadiens all put up stellar regular seasons and will surely make their presence felt in the future, the Eastern Conference Finals is definitely within reach for these teams. With the mid-season acquisition of future Hall of Famer Martin St. Louis, the New York Rangers proved to be the most talented and deepest team in the NHL while making their first Stanley Cup Finals appearance in 20 years.

The state of California once again dominated the NHL season as they have been doing for the past several years now. Anaheim tallied a Western Conference high 117 points behind the stellar play of Hart candidate Ryan Getzlaf while San Jose made the playoffs for their 10th straight season. The Chicago Blackhawks and Minnesota Wild put together impressive regular season and playoff runs, but the Western Conference was ultimately dominated by the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings came back from series deficits in all three Western Conference Playoff rounds before topping off the Rangers in the Stanley Cup Finals behind the incredible skill of Conn Smythe winner Justin Williams.

The amount of heart pounding action during the past NHL season is leading up for a tremendous encore in 2014-2015. Fanatics Authentic is your home for the most incredible selection of authentic signed NHL memorabilia available today.

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