Sports Blogs I read
Martavis Bryant reinstated by NFL after serving year-long ban - Bryant will return to the field in 2017. The NFL has reinstated Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Martavis Bryant on a conditional basis, the team announced...22 minutes ago
Blizzard has announced Overwatch’s D.Va will join Heroes of the Storm, and she’ll be a Warrior class - *Blizzard has announced **Overwatch**’s D.Va will join **Heroes of the Storm**, and she’ll be a Warrior class.* Here’s the new cinematic featuring D.Va f...1 hour ago
Serena Williams Responds to Racial Remarks from Tennis Legend About Her Baby - Ilie Nastase, the former world no. 1 tennis player, is (was?) the captain of Romania’s Fed Cup (an international women’s (...)2 hours ago
Renewed love of the game, health fueling Eric Gagne comeback attempt - The former Cy Young winner is working out at Camelback Ranch, hoping a team will take a chance on him after an 8-year layoff. On any given day at this t...6 hours ago
‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ Doesn’t Bother With The Details Of Its Own Story - 'The Zookeeper's Wife', starring Jessica Chastain, never bothers with the details of its own narrative.4 weeks ago
Padres Spring Training 2017: Broadcast schedule announced - You'll be able to catch 32 Spring Training games via TV, radio, or audio webcast. Padres Spring Training is getting closer and closer, with only 14 days...2 months ago
Red Sox vs. Mariners lineups: Andrew Benintendi waits for tomorrow - Andrew Benintendi is in Seattle, but out of the lineup Tuesday night. Andrew Benintendi's debut will wait one more day as Bryce Brentz starts in left fi...8 months ago
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Monday, September 22, 2008 | By: Dusty Taylor
20 former Yanks showed up for tonights final game...only the Yanks could have that type of historical context.
They opened the stadium seven hours early, so fans could walk the field.
Roger Clemens was never mentioned.
They even dug up Julia Ruth Stevens, the daughter of the Babe, to toss out the last ceremonial pitch. She is 92.
In its final season, the Yankees set a record for attendance, 4,298,543. The Yanks will never break that record as the new stadium is smaller than the House that Ruth built.
Saturday, September 20, 2008 | By: Dusty Taylor
Bitchy, opinionated female that loves sports.
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