Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Duke of Flatbush gets his bobblehead doll night at Dodger Stadium

It was a special night at Dodger Stadium celebrating the life and career of the late Hall of Famer Duke Snider with pre-game ceremonies honoring the franchise‚Äôs all-time home run leader and special presentations throughout the game including of course … Continue reading

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It’s NFL Hall of Fame time again so let’s talk with the great Marcus Allen

After a super collegiate career at USC where his coach John Robinson called him ‘the greatest player I ever saw!” Marcus Allen followed up his Heisman Trophy winning season to become the first NFL player to ever gain more than … Continue reading

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Bert Blyleven returns home to Anaheim finally as a Hall of Famer

Minnesota Twins broadcaster Bert Blyleven, who pitched with the Angels from 1989-92, threw out the first pitch before Tuesday night’s game at Angel Stadium. Blyleven who was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame on July 24, was also making … Continue reading

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Ernests Gulbis preferred his 2nd ATP win over a night in jail-I think?

22 year old Latvian Ernests Gulbis claimed his second career ATP title with a 3-sets win over top seed Mardy Fish on the Westwood campus of UCLA. It’s the 14th time in 85 years that a European has won the … Continue reading

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