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Celebrating Father’s Day is fun. One more tie is cool, but a timeless sports tale is an awesome gift for Dad the Sports Fan. We’ve picked a few of the best books from a range of sports. Need more suggestions? Just email us and we’ll send one right out. But check these out and order before Sunday!
Tweet Throughout football season, we engage with fans from all over – as far away as Australia! This year the 49er fans were well represented. Sideline Pass was fortunate to connect with Kristen Mueller who offered us the chance to connect with San Franciscos 49er linebacker Patrick Willis via his webcast. A great experience got [...]
Last Sunday, Adia White and her husband visited the Philadelphia Eagles as they hosted their NFC East Rival Dallas Cowboys. Adia’s Bucket List includes one big wish: visiting every NFL stadium. Let’s see how her visit to Lincoln Financial Field panned out.
Tweet Danny is a Hoosier. He believes that Indiana is the “most unique” place in the world. Sitting in his wheelchair at the Heritage House, he charms all of the ladies who care for him. All signs indicate that Danny’s made peace as he gets ready to experience his last Sundays. Thanks to the Indianapolis [...]
The Mewelde Moore Knowledge First Foundation will host its 3rd Annual Football and Cheerleading Camp on Saturday March 17th in Baton Rouge, LA. The following Monday, the Foundation hosts its Inaugural Golf Tournament benefiting the foundation and the American Diabetes Association.
Ron Washington talked about his own questions. “If there’s anything I’d take back from last night it’s that one pitch. … The opportunity three times for one pitch to get the third out; it was in our grasp.”
Rory Mcilroy rocked the U.S. Open with a record 16 under par. Until Sunday, I’d watched many a round of golf from the comfort of home. Thanks to one of SP Dads, I was at the tournament close enough to see witness golf history, duck to avoid errant swings and to want to hit that guy who screams “it’s in the hole.”
Whether it’s been from the coach’s bench, on the practice floor or playing aside a legend, Dallas Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle has had brushes with greatness since entering the NBA in 1984.
Listen closely. What’s that I hear? Nothing! The NFL and the NFL Players Association (NFLPA) have finally understood that both sides were losing in the court of public opinion.
Tweet By Mia M. Jackson There was absolutely nothing Kingly about LeBron’s game tonight. He needs to replace whatever words are swirling around his head with some positive, confident thoughts. He has no flu, no broken digits and he knows where his sweet shot his. LeBron hit only 3 of 11 field goal attempts and [...]