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What’s Manny Ramirez Doing Now?

[is-gateway name=”HicksNewMedia” id=”INFOtainmentNews”]Manny has had his share of ups and downs in the public life (mainly downs), he’s definitely not on my list of favorite athletes. Which is why it was kinda gratifying to see his latest actions while playing baseball in Taiwan. H/T Busted Coverage Image | Source

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Woman appointed to the board at Ospreys Rugby club

In a first for Welsh rugby, Llandarcy Park (Ospreys) Ltd., the holding company of Ospreys Rugby, has appointed a woman to the board in the capacity of non-executive director. Neath-born Debra Williams is the first woman to have a director’s role in Welsh rugby and is among the first in Britain. Commenting on her appointment, Ms Williams, formerly the managing …

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The 5 Best Dunker’s Ever to Play in the NBA

There is no more exciting play in basketball than the slam dunk. While a big three-point shot can be exciting, nothing brings the crowd to its feet like a rim-rattling dunk. There have been numerous amazing dunkers in the NBA, men whose ability to fly through the air seemed to defy the laws of physics. Though it is a tough task …

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Planning for the 2013-14 Season

The 2012/13 season might not quite be over for the top professional clubs, but for many amateur sides this season has just come to an end and you might be wondering how you’re going to fill those long summer days without training sessions or the excitement of match day. Sure, kickabouts in the park with your friends might help you …

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Coach Rick Pitino Gets His Tattoo

He said he would. After winning the 2013 NCAA championship, Louisville coach Rick Pitino came through on this promise to his team and recently got his very own ink. Coach wasn’t fearing the pain of the needlework. When asked, Pitino stated… “It wasn’t even close to the pain I had with kidney stones,” Pitino said. “That was like an ‘A’ …

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Bostonians Bounce Back

Normally I would say it would be rude for a crowd to drown out the National Anthem at a sporting event (do you hear me Mexico City soccer fans).  However I found myself choking up listening to the audio of this on my drive to work this morning.  Give it a listen and tell me if you don’t agree that …

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FA Cup Final 2013 Preview

This weekend saw both semi finals of this year’s FA Cup played, deciding the two teams who will do battle on Saturday 11th May to take home the world’s oldest cup trophy. The two semi final ties took place at Wembley Stadium, with the two lowest placed teams of Millwall and Wigan squaring up on Saturday whilst the heavyweights of …

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Updated: Bombs Rock Boston Marathon

Multiple bombs were detonated near the finish line of the Boston Marathon.  The Boston Marathon is the oldest annual road race and is held every year on Patriot Day.  Over 500,000 spectators and 20,000 participants gather on the third Monday of April every year partake in the road race festivities. Witnesses report that two different blast were heard near the …

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Jack Hoffman TD Run

Jack Hoffman is a 7-year-old brain cancer patient, but that didn’t stop him from scoring a touchdown in Nebraska’s spring game Saturday afternoon. Jack, who was diagnosed with cancer in 2011 and is currently on a break from his chemotherapy treatment, came into the game for a fourth-and-1 on the 31 yard line. With the help of some blockers, Jack …

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The Most Exciting Basketball Games Ever Played

Determining the most exciting basketball games of all-time can be difficult given the fact that basketball is one of the most fast-paced and entertaining sports on Earth. Nonetheless, we’ve done our research and come up with four games that stand above all the rest. Will Chamberlain Scores 100 Points This game occurred during the infancy of the NBA in an …

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