Monthly Archives: August 2011

It was another successful Dodgers ‘bowling for dollars’ night for the kids

A fun time was had by all who attended Thursday night’s 7th annual Dodgers Dream Foundation charity bowling function at Lucky Strike lanes in L.A. Live. And it’s the 4th straight year that Dodger first baseman James Loney hosted the … Continue reading

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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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