Monthly Archives: March 2011

It really is time for ‘Dodgers Baseball’

I had the choice of either covering the big Lakers-Mavericks showdown at Staples tonight or sitting in 90 plus degree temps at Dodger Stadium to get the baseball season underway-and it really was a no brainer for me. There is … Continue reading

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Notes on my scorecard: It’s Gordie Howe’s birthday!

It’s not only opening day in Major League Baseball (and at Dodger Stadium for me) but 83 years ago today, Gordon Howe was born and he grew up to be “Mr. Hockey”. I hope to get the opportunity to chat … Continue reading

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Golf’s first major of the year is the 40th in Rancho Mirage

It’s the 40th anniversary of what used to be called the Dinah Shore, now of course it’s the Kraft Nabisco Championship and golf’s first major of the year has it’s annual week before ‘The Masters’ opening round tee times on … Continue reading

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The ‘Pride of Pepperdine’ goes for it all at the Kraft Nabisco

Reigning U.S. Women’s Amateur champion Danielle Kang is getting ready to tee off in her first Kraft Nabisco Championship tomorrow afternoon at 1:58 and I caught up with the Pride of Pepperdine University and Oak Park, CA on the driving … Continue reading

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Welcome to my Pro-Am doubleheader at the Kraft Nabisco Championship

Tuesday was Pro-am day #1 getting to play with a fun 5-some that included LPGA player Shanshan (aka Jenny) Feng who’s one of the best from China (and she speaks better english than me) and lead guitarist for KISS Tommy … Continue reading

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I had a golfer’s Hall of Fame kind of Friday

As I get ready to head to Rancho Mirage for next weekend’s gig as your 18th green announcer at the LPGA’s first major of the year-the Kraft Nabisco Championship. I expected to hear from 2 of the all-time great women’s … Continue reading

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It really was a ‘Sweet’ 16 hoops doubleheader

The NCAA West regionals couldn’t have picked a better doubleheader for us So-Cal folk on Thursday with San Diego St. basically playing a home game against U-Conn followed by favored Duke vs. Pac 10 champs Arizona. The Huskies ruined Aztec … Continue reading

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