Category Archives: Sports

Late Husker fan’s hat found in stands lands in the hands of Scott Frost

  LINCOLN, Neb. — Christian Reese-Newquist was cleaning the stands at Memorial Stadium after Saturday’s game against Illinois when he found something special. “Section 31 in the stadium, I came across a hat just sitting on the bleachers,” Reese-Newquist said. … Continue reading

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Kirk Gibson and Dennis Eckersley revisit classic World Series moment for a good cause By Bill Shaikin

The donors had been thanked. The dinner had been served. The program was about to start, but not before the assembled ladies and gentlemen were asked to watch a 12-minute video. The man with the free-flowing hair and the salt-and-pepper … Continue reading

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Little Big League Umpire

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Who’s Ready For Some Husker Football ?

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Welcome to Cooperstown

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The Wait Is Over; Manny Machado Is Traded To The Dodgers by Adrienne Perry

Keith Allison via Flickr   After weeks of speculation, the deal is finally done. The wait is over; Manny Machado has been traded to the Los Angeles Dodgers. As a lifelong Dodger fan, I was originally hesitant when I heard the … Continue reading

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Study: MLB’s balls are not juiced but aerodynamically different by Jeff Passan

It wasn’t a juiced ball. It was a drag show. A group of scientists tasked with finding the reason home runs flew at a record rate in Major League Baseball last season believe the ball’s aerodynamic properties – and particularly … Continue reading

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