The Washington Nationals, Baltimore Orioles and Cleveland Indians are among the surprising division leaders as Major League Baseball ends its first month of competition. However, it’s the Los Angeles Dodgers who possess the best record in baseball at the end of April. Here’s what’s happening this week in Major League Baseball.
Your nasty breath tells us that you don’t buy a whole lot of gum, and you probably don’t pay a whole lot of attention to gum commercials. However, we’re pretty sure you are aware of the 2012 Orbit gum commercial, because there’s a really hot girl in the Orbit gum commercial (and a talking burrito). So, you may be wondering ‘
The 2012 NFL Draft takes place this Thursday through Saturday. A much celebrated spring ritual for fans, draft day is also a time when the dreams of football players become reality. Each player chosen has his own unique back story, but some stories are more compelling than others.
Fourteen-time All-Star catcher Ivan ‘Pudge’ Rodriguez, who won a record 13 Gold Gloves, retired on Monday at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington. Rodriguez, 40, spent 13 of his 21 years in the big leagues with the Rangers, whom he debuted with as a rookie in 1991. He also won a World Series ring in 2003 with the Florida Marlins.
The Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers stayed hot in the National League, while the New York Yankees and Texas Rangers bashed their way to American League division leads. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball:
The 2012 NFL schedule was released by the league on Tuesday night. Each week of the 2012 NFL season is filled with divisional match-ups and conference rivalries, but these are the most interesting games.
While the Washington Nationals and Los Angeles Dodgers continue to be early season surprises in Major League Baseball, other teams are scrambling to replace injured stars who were counted on to make them contenders. Here’s what’s happening in Major League Baseball this week:
Thanks to golfer Bubba Watson’s dramatic and improbable win at The Masters on Sunday, golf has once again found an audience well outside the well-heeled country club settings in which the sport is perhaps best known. Watson’s unique back story — a country-raised, self-taught pro with past family hardships — strikes a more common tone for a game long encumbered by a stuffy air.
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