Best known for the elbow surgery that is named after him, John now awaits the results of a vote on Sunday that could get him in the door at Cooperstown.
Tommy Brown, Santa Ana Mater Dei’s 6-foot-7, 330-pound offensive tackle, provided a delicious description of what it was like for quarterback J.T. Daniels going back to pass against Bellflower St. John Bosco on Saturday night. “He was always back there eating a doughnut,” Brown said. ‘Oh, I might...
LONG BEACH – Mater Dei captains Kekaniokoa Gonzalez, Tommy Brown, Nikko Remigio and Jack Genova encountered a painful reminder Monday about how the Monarchs’ 2016 season ended. Playing on two large projection screens at the press conference luncheon for this week’s CIF-SS championships was the Monarchs’ clash against St. John Bosco in the Division 1 […]
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During the making of John Carpenter's 1978 classic HALLOWEEN, art director Tommy Lee Wallace created slasher Michael Myers' iconic mask by taking a William Shatner / Captain Kirk mask, removing the sideburns, widening the eye holes, and painting the skin white. Show More Summary
The Modern Era ballot for next year’s Baseball Hall of Fame class has been released by the Hall, and there are some highly recognizable names on the list to debate. This list includes nine players from the Modern Era of baseball (from...Show More Summary
St. Louis figures to try to re-sign Rosenthal to a smaller contract as he rehabs from Tommy John surgery
Kevin Hart is all smiles as he attends the launch of the Tommy John X Kevin Hart Underwear Collection on Saturday afternoon (November 4) at Macy’s in New York City. The 38-year-old actor put his buff biceps on display in a black and gray sweater as he showed off his new underwear collection. PHOTOS: Check [...]
The veteran righty with two Tommy Johns to his name has avoided another elbow surgery for now.
The Puma Suede has a deep history in sports and activism thanks to Tommie Smith and John Carlos’ black power salute during the 68 Olympics. Continue reading…
One of the Olympians who iconically raised his fist at the 1968 games says Colin Kaepernick will not play in the NFL again, but adds... it won't impact his legacy. John Carlos -- who, along with Tommie Smith, made the most…
Brent Musburger’s broadcasting career had its share of ups and downs, from ogling women in the crowds to speaking highly of Joe Mixon who punched a woman in the face, to referring to John Carlos and Tommie Smith as “black-skinned storm troopers” back in the 1968 Olympics. He left ESPN back in January of this […]
'With Drawn Arms' will focus on Tommie Smith, who raised a gloved fist during the 1968 Olympics. Continue reading…
Batum will undergo Tommy John surgery. The post Report: Nicolas Batum Out 8-12 Weeks With Elbow Tear appeared first on SLAMonline.
The "Men in Black" are returning, but they're going to look very different. Will Smith (Agent J) and Tommy Lee Jones (Agent K) -- who starred in three MIB movies -- are not expected to return for Sony's upcoming spinoff. However, Deadline...Show More Summary
Uncertainty surrounds the Nationals reliever's next step. Plus, Brian Goodwin is running sprints and hopes to return.
A record crowd of more than 35,000 is expected for Saturday’s football game between the Minnesota rivals St. John’s and St. Thomas at the Twins’ ballpark.
On October 16, 1968, Tommie Smith and John Carlos, who were representing the United States at the Summer Olympics in Mexico City, won the gold and bronze medals, respectively, for the 200 meter race. During the medal ceremony, SmithShow More Summary
The Seattle Seahawks’ Michael Bennett saluted Tommie Smith and John Carlos after his sack against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Smith and Carlos made the famous Black Power salute at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. Seattle...Show More Summary
Another Angels starter failed to get out of the early innings, but it was why he came out of the game that is the most troubling. Andrew Heaney, less than a month into his comeback from Tommy John surgery, left the game with shoulder soreness in the third inning of the Angels’ 8-1 loss to the Seattle Mariners on Saturday night.