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You’ve Got to Have Heart

Archive   ·   June 22, 2009

The Legendary Dan Lurie Has Seen it All –  The 16-year old felt as if his world came crashing down on him all at once. With aspirations of becoming a prize fighter, the last three years of training all seemed for naught when he was turned down at the prestigious Golden Gloves tournament in New York […]

Chris Benoit: Were Steroids Only the Tip of the Iceberg?

Archive   ·   February 17, 2009

” The big killer in our industry is the drugs and alcohol-not the steroids,” said Ted DiBiase, who has been part of the wrestling community since 1975. He knew Chris Benoit and found it hard to believe that the same man was capable of committing such acts. A double-murder-suicide is shocking regardless of who is […]

Two-A-Days and ‘The Turk’

Archive   ·   January 17, 2009

Spring Training in baseball begins slowly in retirement areas such as Arizona and Florida, with pitchers and catchers reporting early. Once the position players arrive, intra-squad games start, and eventually exhibition contests played against other teams. It is a relatively light atmosphere, with players being led through exercises on the outfield grass and managers seated […]

Westchester Wins Wild OT Thriller, 112-107

Archive   ·   January 17, 2009

Peekskill, NY- It was a shame that one team had to lose a game such as this. Both the visiting Strong Island Sound and host Westchester Phantoms played as hard as two teams can, and still were at a standstill after 48 minutes. During the three-minute overtime period, the Phantoms were able to pull away […]

Mets’ SNY Broadcast Booth Partners Conjure Up Memories of 1962

Archive   ·   January 17, 2009

It is rare that a major league baseball franchise can give their fans more than one ‘all-time’ broadcast team. Most hope to find that one special crew to call the games in their own unique style. It is rare when you can say that over four decades following the first, the same ballclub fills the […]

Wake Up Call

Archive   ·   January 1, 2009

One of Arnold’s ‘Early’ Training Partners, Leon Brown, Still Going Strong – The loud knock at the front door of 15 Horizon Avenue one early Sunday morning woke up 20-year-old bodybuilder Leon Brown and his friend Greg, much to their surprise because the two New Yorkers did not know that many people in their new […]

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