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Ian Anderson Dazzles in Debut

Not many MLB debuts will possess the pizzazz of Atlanta’s Ian Anderson. The 22-year-old righty from Clifton Park, NY dazzled in his big league debut yesterday, outdueling $324 million-man Gerrit Cole and defeating the New York Yankees. This loss ended Cole’s 20-game winning streak as the Atlanta Braves beat New York 5-1 Wednesday to open a doubleheader. […]

NHL Conference Semis in Full Mode

            With the NHL playoffs well under way, it has been a dream for any sports fan. The games have all been phenomenal so far. The intensity has been at a high level and the players are once again showing why the Stanley Cup is toughest trophy to win in sports. There have been overtimes, […]

Good News out of Portland

PORTLAND, Oregon- After reaching a three-year extension to their current agreement, City of Portland and Green Savoree Portland LLC officials announced today that the Grand Prix of Portland will return to the Pacific Northwest and Portland International Raceway (PIR) through at least 2023.  The 2021 date for the Grand Prix of Portland at PIR will be announced by […]

Global Legion Fighting Championships 15 at Banquet Masters Center

  After sporting events began re-opening from Coronavirus, Global Legion Fighting Championships was one of the first fighting organizations to bring back fans to their live events. On August 15th they held the second of these shows at the same Banquet Masters Event Center where they held the first one, just under a month ago. While attendance wasn’t quite as large as […]

Rowdies Rebound from Slow Start to Remain Undefeated

ST. PETERSBURG – The Tampa Bay Rowdies overcame the weather and a quick start from the winless Miami FC to earn a draw and remain undefeated. Miami’s early start came in the 7th minute on a counterattack as Prince Saydee held off multiple defenders to send the ball to Sebastian Velasquez, who made a quick […]

27th Annual Veteran’ Day Golf Tourney

“27th ANNUAL VETERANS DAY GOLF TOURNAMENT”  BENEFITING THE  “DUNEDIN CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS FUND”                 TEAM UP AND GIVE A NEEDY CHILD A CHRISTMAS                                            THEY WON’T FORGET                              SATURDAY  NOVEMBER 7, 2020                 8:30 AM SHOTGUN START-FOUR PERSON BESTBALL @ $75.00 A PERSON                 AT DUNEDIN GOLF CLUB-DUNEDIN, FLORIDA             SORRY GOLFERS-NO DENIM/BLUEJEANS ALLOWED-COURSE RULES  INDIVIDUAL ENTRY FEE […]

Whiten Still Enjoys

Former major leaguer Mark Whiten is still playing the game of baseball now with the Cardinals in the Men’s Over 45 League at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium in Clearwater, Florida.  Whiten, who lives in Tampa, Florida was drafted in 1986 by the Blue Jays and played for eight major league teams over his 11 season […]

The Current State of College Football

Plans for the college football season (if it is played), should start coming into focus this upcoming week. They will trickle down from the top of major college football, with Power Five conferences putting in place revised schedules they hope will make it easier to manage potential disruptions brought on by COVID-19. The Power Five […]

Somehow, The NHL is Coming Back

The NHL has somehow pulled off the impossible. There were numerous moments this summer when I thought to myself that there is no way the NHL could crown a Stanley Cup Champion this year. There were way too many logistical issues and the NHL would not be able to figure it out. After a more […]

Ice Hockey Returns to Seattle

Release the Kraken! Seattle, the NHL’s newest team, which will make its debut in the 2021-22 season, on Thursday, July 23rd, finally announced its name — Kraken — as well as a color scheme: icy blue and navy blue with sharp red accents. The NHL officially named Seattle as its 32nd team in 2018 for […]