Wheel of Fortune: White Sox

This week the hit game show 'Wheel of Fortune' tried to right their wrongs with the Chicago White Sox. In early February, one of their puzzles dealt with Chicago sports teams. The answers to the puzzle included the Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, and Cubs. One major team was missing and that was the Chicago White Sox.... Continue Reading →


Andre Ingram’s Magical Debut

Wednesday night, the Los Angeles Lakers battled the #1 seed Houston Rockets in a meaningless game 81. The Rockets beat the Lakers 105-99 at the Staples Center but that did not really matter. The attention was on newly called-up Andre Ingram, 32, who was set to make his NBA debut after 10 years in the... Continue Reading →

Jalen Brunson: Award Winner

Now a two-time champion, Jalen Brunson is embracing his basketball success. Brunson and his teammates won the championship on Monday, were in a parade on Thursday, and for Brunson, he got to end it with another honor. Friday evening, Brunson was named the 2018 Wooden Award Winner; the first from Villanova. This season, he averaged 18.9... Continue Reading →

Opening Day is Here: Complete Rundown

March 29th is the earliest baseball opening day fans have ever got to enjoy. Major League Baseball also set up Opening Day in grand fashion by scheduling every single team for a game all on one day. Here is a complete rundown of what took place across the country at a baseball stadium (possibly) near... Continue Reading →

Flashback Blast: Vladimir Guerrero Jr.

Spring training is quickly coming to an end as athletes leave Arizona and Florida to begin the regular season. Much like the past seasons, this upcoming one will be dominated by the young prospects in the game of baseball. One of those young prospects is #3 ranked Vladimir Guerrero Jr. If the name sounds familiar,... Continue Reading →

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