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Looking back: this week in sports history April 15 – 21

April 15, 1947: The day Jackie Robinson made history. On April 15, 1947, 28-year-old Robinson debuted in the major leagues with the New...

Looking back: this week in sports history April 8-14

April 8, 1974: Four days after he tied Babe Ruth’s record of 714 home runs, the Atlanta Braves Hank Aaron hit the 715th home run of...

You “don’t need two”: NubAbility inspires kids with limb differences

“From the time I was born I had people telling me that I wouldn’t be able to do things, whether it was play sports or really have the...

Looking back: This week in sports history April 1-7

April 1, 1972: On April 1, 1972, MLB players staged the first ever MLB strike, due to player pensions and arbitration. The strike lasted...

World Wrestling Entertainment needs women’s tag team titles

Image from Liv Morgan's Twitter @JerseyGirlLivy   Several years ago, it seemed like every time you tuned into World Wrestling...

Why is everyone jumping on the Tiger Woods bandwagon so fast?

Tiger Woods will go down in history as one of the greatest golfers to ever play the game. Some would even say the greatest to ever play...

Looking back: This week in sports history March 25 – 31

March 25, 1934: On March 25, 1934, Horton Smith became the very first Master, winning the first Masters Golf Tournament at Augusta,...

Looking back: this week in sports history March 18 – 24

March 18, 1945: Back in 1945, the NHL season was coming to an end in mid-March, and it would end with an historic feat. On March 18th of...

Wrestling while mothering, it’s becoming more mainstream

World Wrestling Entertainment’s Royal Rumble event at the end of January not only marked the first ever women’s Rumble match, wherein 30...

Looking back: this week in sports history March 11 – 17

March 11, 1892: The first ever public basketball game was on March 11, 1982 in Springfield, Massachusetts, just several months after...