El Paso's Triple-A All-Star week officially kicked off with the Jarritos Triple-A Home Run Derby on Monday night, as Reno Aces left fielder Yasmany Tomás belted 19 home runs to defeat Scranton/Wilkes-Barre's Mike Ford in the final round and was crowned Home Run Derby champion.
The format for this years NBA All Star game remains the same but the process for each team's build has changed beyond the typical East vs West matchups. Similar to the NFL Pro Bowl, the Association has adopted the draft method with a little twist...
Before the season started I noted the convergence of prophesies stating that the Dodgers were on their way to something less than the best record in baseball by Mid-May. A season is a marathon not a sprint, and there’s a long way to go until October. Even so, Dodger fans have got to be pretty thrilled with how things are unfolding. Here are 5 reasons to believe the Dodgers early season success
(I am about to contradict myself. You’ve been warned.)
First I’ll express my giddiness over the Dodgers 9-1 start. There are benchmarks along the season’s timeline which are considered key points where one can start to get an idea of the promise of the season, or force one to accept the inevitable. The 10 game mark is not one of those.
LeBron, how could you ignore that youthful enthusiasm, not to mention the reasoning? And when he talks about 49 states cheering for you except for Ohio -- man, not only is that a great line but he's also showing he knows his geography!