Monthly Archives: July 2013

The Yankees invade Dodger Stadium bringing back memories from the history books

The New York Yankees are in town to face the Dodgers for only the third time during a regular season schedule but that’s not what is memorable in these franchises’ great history. They’ve face each other 4 other much more … Continue reading

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Puig-mania stings the Reds after 20 Dodger K’s

It was just another Dodger victory over the Zinzinnati Reds (as Mr. Scully calls ’em). They suffered a new team record with 20 strikeouts against three Reds pitchers. But Yasiel Puig who had earlier struck out 3 times and is … Continue reading

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Baseball’s been great but it’s time for FOOTBALL again!

Right in the middle of a nice Dodgers surge, Pac 12 football media day called at Sony Studios in my old neighborhood of Culver City where as a kid I tried sneaking into what was then the MGM studio lot. … Continue reading

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Lefty finally lifts his first Claret Jug after blowing away the Muir-field

On a day in which all attention was focused on whether Lee Westwood could win his first major in his own backyard, whether Adam Scott could double up his 2013 major total, or whether Tiger Woods could finally get his … Continue reading

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Tiger trails the Muirfield wizard of Westwood by two with 18 to play

You have found the ONLY place on the web that gives you complete un-edited post round interviews at The Open Championship…Please enjoy this MAJOR experience! Britain’s Lee Westwood is your Open Championship 54-hole leader as he attempts to win his … Continue reading

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We’re midway through the ‘ULTIMATE GRIND’ at The Open!

Welcome to the only place in the world to hear the ‘totally un-edited’ post round interviews from the top names playing at Muirfield. Several players told me after round 2 that this was the toughest grinding round of their careers … Continue reading

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The Open Championship is wide open from the start!

I arrived in Edinburgh, Scotland immediately following a few days in Marbella, Spain on Wednesday and the first thing I did after checking into my hotel was to turn on the BBC’s pre-Open Championship coverage and like they do for … Continue reading

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