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The official World Series 2013 DVD by Major League Baseball Productions goes on sale later on Tuesday - less than thirty days after Red Sox enjoyed a championship after defeating St. Louis Cardinals at the Fenway Park in Game Six. On Monday evening, Red Sox arranged a premiere for the movie at Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre.
Those who came to the red carper premier were Red Sox principal owner John Henry, team president Larry Lucchino, chairman Tom Werner, third baseman Will Middlebrooks and catcher David Ross and GM Ben Cherington.
Buford secured a 9th back to back tour to state softball quarterfinals earlier on Wednesday by winning a couple of mercy ruled matches over Morgan County in the 2nd round of Class AAA state playoff matches.
In Columbus, Buford will be joined by 7 other units from the classification. There they would fight it out for a record 7th straight state championship. Lady Wolves would be the favorites to win the championship again.
Given that so many sports fans love playing online casino games – especially the slots – it makes sense that they would want to know about a game which combines online slots with a genuine baseball theme throughout.
This is what the Hot Shot game offers, and this is making it one of the most popular of the many sports themed slots games that are available at casino sites. It is a nine pay line, five reel slot, and comes with both wild and scatter symbols – to boost your chances of winning a payout – although there is no bonus game.
A major case has been filed against the Los Angeles dodgers in a move that could make their owner come to the Court. Mr. Selig said he was forced to reject the 17-year deal with Fox Sports, valued at $2.7 billion, because it continued what he said was the McCourts' pattern of using money from the club for personal reasons instead of investing it in the franchise.
Skateboarder Cole shot to fame after winning $ 1 million in bonuses in a recent cup tournament. Sacramento Kings co-owner Joe Maloof came up with the idea last year of a $1 million bonus for any skater who could win four straight Maloof Money Cups. Cole won his third straight Maloof contest last summer, but then joined the rival Street League.
Maloof officials said Tuesday that Cole is contracted to skate Orange County, the fourth Maloof contest this year. If Cole wins, he'll get the $1 million bonus plus the largest first-place prize of any contest, $250,000.
Sheffield minor softball has announced two registration dates.
Players can sign up for the season on Feb. 26 and March 5, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Sheffield Community Centre, corner of 5th Concession and Sheffield Road.
Sheffield minor ball will be offering free blastball for players ages three to four (2007 and 2008 birth date), as well as free team and individual pictures.
Bring your child so they can be sized for their uniform.
The 2nd-ranked North Georgia softball team picked up a pair of wins on Sunday afternoon on the final day of the Aiken Early Bird Invitational, taking down the University of Charleston in a pitcher's duel, before powering past Chowan in non-conference action.
North Georgia improves to 3-0 on the year and now have a 7-0 record over the last two years at the Aiken Early Bird Tournament. The Saints will go right back to work next weekend, traveling to Columbus State for the Hughston Sports Clinic Classic.
An all-star lineup fielded by Buffalo Wild Wings kept its stranglehold on the Auburn Jaycees' Snowball Softball Tournament championship, but the real winners are the youngsters of the Great Lakes Bay Region.
Porirua teenager Te Wera Bishop is set to sign a deal to join baseball giants the Boston Red Sox.
Bishop, 17, who made his international debut for the New Zealand men's softball team against Australia, will ink a contract in Auckland in Thursday and join up with Red Sox for spring training on March 1.
The catcher is taking a step in the unknown, but is excited by the challenge.
"I don't know what to expect," he said. "I'm just over the moon."