HOCKEY PLAYER who plays for Buffalo Sabres Jack Eichel turns 20
The 1995 World Series matched the Atlanta Braves against the Cleveland Indians. The Braves won in six games to capture their third World Series championship in franchise history (along with 1914 in Boston and 1957 in Milwaukee), making them the first team to win three crowns in three different cities. This was also Cleveland’s first Series appearance in 41 years and marked the resumption of the Fall Classic after the previous year’s Series was canceled due to a players’ strike.
Eight years has floated by since Tiger Woods last won one of the sport’s four majors, with victory in the 2008 US Open.
Plagued with injuries and a recent holted comeback due to his withdrawl from the Safeway Open.
⛳️⚡️ “Tiger Woods decides to withdraw from the Safeway Open”https://t.co/BBIRlmdEBg
— chicksintosports (@chicksintosport) October 10, 2016
On “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert,” Woods said he would return in early December at the Hero World Challenge.
The guys say Tiger Woods’ days of winning big are done.
— First Take (@FirstTake) October 21, 2016
Greg Norman — Tiger Woods Is Done … He’s Too Old To Come Back (VIDEO) https://t.co/4p0w1ps6mY
— TMZ (@TMZ) October 24, 2016
Myself on the other hand, I love happy endings and I would love for Woods to catch the eye of the Tiger and break Jack Nicholaus’ records of 18 major titles, which he has longed desired. When Tiger comes back in December; I predict we will all see a newly reinvigorated, and focused Tiger. Reminding us of his old dominant self.
Cleveland’s native son LeBron James and Chicago native Dwyane Wade have placed a fashionably friendly wager on the World Series.
— Cut4 (@Cut4) October 26, 2016
According to D-Wade’s video posted to Twitter to Lebron James,
“Who ever team loses the loser has to show up during the NBA season to the other guys home game dressed as the team who won. Example, if the Chicago Cubs win in December when Cleveland come to Chicago. You have to show up, when you walk into the Arena dressed as a Chicago Cub and vice versa if the Cleveland Indians win in January when we come to town. I’ll walk in dressed just like a Cleveland Indian. I’ll have the hat on, the top and bottom socks all the way down to the sneaks. Alright so that’s the World Series Bet! Good Luck Homie!”
— UNINTERRUPTED (@uninterrupted) October 26, 2016
And of course, Lebron responded and accepted D-Wade’s bet via Twitter.
— LeBron James (@KingJames) October 26, 2016
Who do you think will win this Bet?
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) October 26, 2016
— Cleveland Indians (@Indians) October 26, 2016
— MLB (@MLB) October 26, 2016
Major League Baseball announced Tuesday night that the start time for Wednesday’s Game 2 has been moved up one hour – to 7:00 p.m. ET – due to expected rain in the Cleveland area.
Just when you think things couldn’t get any worst for Ryan Lochte, it just did.
This week, a judge in the Brazilian Court of Justice denied the Lochte team’s request to dismiss his criminal case, and in doing so, also transferred the case to an even higher court!
The case will now be heard in the Ministry of Justice which, according to TMZ, will determine the fine that will be brought against the swimmer.
The Los Angeles Sparks defeated the Minnesota Lynx 76-77 and won the 2016 WNBA championship on Thursday night in Minneapolis.
— Los Angeles Sparks (@LA_Sparks) October 21, 2016
Magic Johnson and Candace Parker shared an emotional moment.
— WNBA (@WNBA) October 21, 2016
Candace Parker delivers to the City of Angels, it’s 3rd WNBA Championship Trophy
— Los Angeles Sparks (@LA_Sparks) October 24, 2016
The party doesn’t stop! Well deserved, Congrats LA Sparks!
— Los Angeles Sparks (@LA_Sparks) October 25, 2016
Did anyone mentally see the HOT light sign appear after just daydreaming about the warm delightful taste of soft donuts melting in your mouth with each small delicate bite?
Shaquille O’Neal is now the owner of the historic Krispy Kreme located on Ponce in Atlanta. 👏👏🍩 pic.twitter.com/HEy7cDsfS1
— Everything Georgia (@GAFollowers) October 24, 2016
I knew I wasn’t the only one who has a strong love affair for Krispy Kreme donuts. Basketball Hall-of-Famer Shaquille O’Neal has confessed his love for the Krispy Kreme as well. Not only is he a lover of the donuts, he announced on Monday that he is now a proud franchise owner of the Ponce de Leon location, which has been at it’s Atlanta location for more than 60 years.
The Tennessee Lady Volts former coach for 38 years Pat Summitt lead a remarkable career with a historical record for being the winnest coach with 1098 wins and 8 national titles in divison 1 history.
Friend to Chicks into Sports talk Radio Show Chamique Holdsclaw said this on Twitter:
— Chamique Holdsclaw (@Chold1) June 29, 2016
— Lady Vol Basketball (@LadyVol_Hoops) June 28, 2016