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Karen Watches the 2013 World Series: How to Tell Two Red Teams Apart—A Guide for the Casual Baseball Fan

The St. Louis Cardinals have 11, the Boston Red Sox have 7, but how else are they different? See how the 2013 World Series competitors stack up against each other. We’ll be bringing game recaps all throughout the week!

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Mayweather vs. Canelo: ‘Money’ simply unstoppable

Saúl “Canelo” Álvarez seemed to possess the tools necessary to dethrone pound-for-pound kingpin Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. when they faced off in Las Vegas on Sept. 14 in boxing’s most anticipated event of the year.

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Mayweather vs. Canelo: There can only be ‘One’

How’s it going, fight freaks? Well, tomorrow night is the boxing event of the year. After all the hype, trash talk, and rigorous preparation made by both fighters, this is “The One” – the highly-anticipated superfight between pound-for-pound kingpin Floyd “Money” Mayweather Jr. and Mexican powerhouse Saul “Canelo” Alvarez.

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Mikey Garcia’s star shines bright after impressive knockout win

Miguel Angel “Mikey” Garcia’s spectacular knockout win over Juan Manuel Lopez on June 15 saw the continuing rise of one fighter’s career and the potential end of another. At 25 years old, Oxnard, Calif., native Garcia has quickly risen to the top of the featherweight division with a string of impressive victories – none more […]

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Robert’s Top 5 Favorite WrestleMania Promos

On April 7, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) will hold its annual four-hour extravaganza, WrestleMania. This year, WrestleMania XXIX emanates from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. The main event will feature a rematch from last year’s “Once in a Lifetime” event as The Rock defends his WWE Championship against John Cena. Other matches billed on […]

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A Little Bit of Pixie Dust, and a Pair of Running Shoes

A little less than a month ago, a pair of Mickey Mouse ears and a tiara were packed into my suitcase. The reason? I was traveling to the Disney Half Marathon Princess Weekend to compete with 15 runners that I coach for a unique racing opportunity like none other. The race took place on February 22-24 […]

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Countdown to Sochi 2014

The 2014 Olympic Winter Games are one year away, and host city Sochi, Russia is scrambling to complete construction on event facilities in time for the Games. Though competition starts on Thursday, February 6, the Games will officially kick off with the Opening Ceremony on Friday, February 7 with the competition coming to a close […]

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Robert’s 2013 Boxing Wish List

I was four years old when I witnessed my very first boxing match, which was the WBA and IBF heavyweight title bout between defending champion Evander Holyfield and challenger Bert Cooper on November 23, 1991. I remember that bout simply for the warrior mentality Holyfield displayed that night, retaining his titles via seventh-round technical knockout. Throughout […]

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The Hearts of Giants: Reflections of a Championship Baseball Team

How do you explain coming back from series deficits twice? How do you explain winning your do-or-die game through a manufactured run and an error? How do you explain getting pummeled by a guy almost twice your size at second base, only to see the next five games through to become a championship MVP? How […]

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Touchdown! In honor of NFL Kickoff, The Hudsucker shares their Favorite Football Movies

The preseason is over and the final cuts have been made, which can only mean one thing: it’s now time for the NFL football season to commence! The much anticipated Wednesday kickoff to the 93rd season for the NFL is set to be an event for the masses with a special pregame show, “NFL Kickoff […]

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