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    These types of scenes never get old. Prior to Thursday’s game between the Boston Red Sox and Tampa Bay Rays, nine-year-old Alayna Adams was given the opportunity to throw out the first pitch. But before she stepped to the mound at Tropicana Field in Florida, she watched a big screen video from her father, Lt. […]
  • Sergeant reunites with his family at Chase Field

    After the second inning of Friday’s game between the Arizona Diamondbacks and Philadelphia Phillies, three spectators in the stands were greeted by a special visitor: their father. Staff Sergeant Jeremy Colson returned to the Valley earlier this week following an eight-month deployment overseas, and with a little help from the D-backs, he had the opportunity […]
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    If you are unfamiliar with the Phoenix FC Wolves, know they are the Valley’s new United Soccer League team. Their season is currently in progress, and they are 2-3-2 on the year. But they scored a big victory over the weekend that will not show up in the standings. The Wolves accepted an invitation to […]
  • Colts owner lends a hand to local restaurant

    On Thursday, a popular Colts-themed restaurant, Blue Crews Sports, run by Indianapolis contractor Randy Collins, was closed due to a $75,000 debt. But never one to shy away from a philanthropic endeavor, when Colts owner Jim Irsay got wind of the establishment’s financial situation, he did all he could to lend a hand to Collins […]
  • MLS team makes child’s wish come true

    How would you like to score a game-winning goal in front of thousands of fans? An estimated 3,000 people were in attendance as the Portland Timbers faced off against the Green Machine. The Timbers, as you may know, play in the MLS. The Green Machine, on the other hand, are an eight-year-old child’s club. We’ll […]
  • Chandler Parsons promises fan a fist bump

    The Houston Rockets delighted their fans on Monday night, beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 105-103 to stay alive in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Forward Chandler Parsons was a big reason for the win. The second-year pro from Florida scored 27 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, but his game wasn’t perfect. As you […]
  • Young fan meets John Cena on World Wish Day

    Wishes. We all make them. Some are made, most are not. For young WWE fan Nick Santello today was one of those days where a wish came true. John Cena showed up on the set of the ‘Today Show’ and told the young boy who has been through eight surgeries that he would be going […]
  • Reds’ Todd Frazier promises home run, delivers

    Hitting a home run is no walk in the park. Cincinnati Reds third baseman is well aware of that but it didn’t stop him from telling the team’s bat boy, Ted Kremer — who is autistic, he would hit one. “[Kremer] said, ‘come on man, hit me a home run. I love you.'” Frazier recalled […]
  • Keith Yandle pays tribute to eight-year-old bombing victim

    The tragic events in Boston this past week touched those near and far in the sports world, including one member of the Phoenix Coyotes. Coyotes defenseman Keith Yandle grew up a few miles outside of Boston in Milton, Massachusetts, before going on to play at Cushing Academy in Ashburnham. As a native of the area, […]
  • New York Yankees honor Boston after Boston Marathon bombings

    After two explosions went off near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday the New York Yankees put aside the rivalry and honored the city. As their series with the Arizona Diamondbacks was getting ready to start they changed one of their LED boards outside the ballpark. We stand united with the @redsox: […]

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