1. 9 Must-See Baseball Experiences (with No Major League Baseball!)

    With the Little League World Series Championship Game this weekend, we thought we it was a great time to feature nine can't miss baseball events and venues, with a catch...

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  2. Five of the World's Top 25 Sporting Events Held in Next Week

    What a great week to be a sports fan. Five of the world's Top 25 sporting events (as ranked by The Ultimate Sports List ) will occur or begin over the next six days in four different countries...

    Tom Walsh Written by Tom Walsh about 3 years ago 1,225 reads 0 comments

  3. You Think March Is Madness? Try the FA Cup

    All of America goes gaga in early March as they scramble to fill out their brackets for March Madness. After all, there are 68 teams to choose from and it's quite a task trying ...

    Tom Walsh Written by Tom Walsh about 3 years ago 1,272 reads 2 comments

  4. Cincinnati Reds: Should Opening Day Be an Official Holiday?

    Although baseball's opening day is special in every city, Cincinnati's has long been considered the creme-de-la-creme. Professional baseball's first team is the only team to open each year at home and its fans celebrate the entire day like no other...

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  5. The Ultimate Sports City: Which US Cities Have Hosted the Best Sporting Events?

    First we gave you The Ultimate Sports List, the world's top 150 sporting events as voted by sports fans around the world. Then, using our My Passport feature, where fans check off the TUSL...

    Tom Walsh Written by Tom Walsh about over 3 years ago 477 reads 7 comments

  6. The Ultimate College Hockey Fan: A Quest to See Every D-I College Hockey Rink

    There are college hockey fans. There are big college hockey fans. And then there is Steve Glazewski of Dayton, Ohio. He’s a 1984 graduate of the University of Wisconsin, one of the traditional college hockey powers...

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  7. Sparky Anderson: A Brief Encounter that Left a Lasting Impression

    Like many who grew up in Cincinnati during the Big Red Machine era, I am deeply saddened by the death of its pilot, Sparky Anderson...

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  8. Rose and Fosse Collided 40 Years Ago Today

    It was the summer of 1970, and I was nine years old. The Big Red Machine had arrived on the scene, and Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, Tony Perez and crew were tearing up the National League...

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