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The Dodgers just announced that Scully would return for his 66th season in the broadcast booth. Which is good, because a world without him calling games just wouldn’t make sense.
Derrick Rose Doing Basketball Things Is Exciting, And The Bulls’ Depth Gives Us More Hope Than Last Year
He’s back! … Again! But this time there’s an argument to be made that he’ll make it through the season thanks to some much-needed roster additions.
I’m going to go for a jog or something to work off how terrible I feel about myself after watching this video.
You may have noticed that ESPN has moved its flagship show, SportsCenter, into what looks to be a spaceship. What you probably haven’t noticed is that The V Foundation (named after Jimmy Valvano) is auctioning off the old SportsCenter desk as part of its annual auction ahead of The ESPYs.
— WFAA TV (@wfaachannel8) May 19, 2014
Austin Chaney explains why he gave baseball to girl at Rangers game.
Some good news from Brazil for a change: Kids are being rescued from the streets and given the chance to play organized soccer, culminating in Rio last month with the Street Child World Cup.
Ty Avolia, 2, loves the Penguins, and Sydney Crosby goals, with the intensity of a thousand baby mobile suns.
Any adult who muscles past a kid to grab a foul ball should be sentenced to watch this video on an endless loop for three years. Give it to a youngster — it will make his life.
— Tim Mead (@TMeadAngels) April 23, 2014
Thomas Sherrill, from Pomona, CA, reportedly wouldn’t turn down something else from the Angels, however.