Tag Archives: Hall of Fame

Judge Ties AL Home Run Record

Story by Jack Alperstein and Shawn Humphrey Any sports fan, regardless of if they enjoy baseball, knows that the story of the 2022 MLB season has been Aaron Judge. The Yankee star outfielder has put on a show all year. His most recent feat: hitting his 61st home run of …

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DeLisha Milton – Jones Enters the Hall of Fame

Former Gator DeLisha Milton-Jones will enter the 2022 Women’s basketball Hall of Fame. DeLisha Milton Entering HOF DeLisha Milton- Jones is a former college athlete from the University of Florida. As a Gator, she was known for being a well-rounded player. In her time at Florida she added many accolades …

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“Big” Ben Roethlisberger Officially Retires

After 18 seasons, 2 Super Bowl victories, 6 Pro Bowls, and approximately 20 documented injuries, “Big” Ben Roethlisberger retired Thursday, Jan. 27. He announced his decision on Twitter. A message from Ben:@steelers #NFL #SteelersNation #ThankYou#HereWeGo #LoveAndHonor pic.twitter.com/pUbKGO1nUs — BigBen7.com (@_BigBen7) January 27, 2022 Shortly after the video was posted, his …

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Six Former Players Elected to MLB HOF

There are six former players that have been elected as new inductees to the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame. Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Miñoso and Tony Oliva were part of the Golden Era Ballot that was selected by the committee. Bud Fowler and Buck O’Neil were selected by …

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NFL Training Camps Progress with 2021 Season Approaching

August is underway and that means the NFL season is right around the corner. The first pre-season game kicks off Thursday night with the annual Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. The Steelers and Cowboys will go head-to-head at 8 p.m. ET. Vaccinations, injuries, and conflicts within training camps …

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Hall of Fame Pitcher, Tom Seaver, Dies at 75

Hall of Fame pitcher, Tom Seaver passed away at the age of 75. One of the world’s most right-handed dominate pitcher of his time. Seaver played for four different professional teams during his MLB career. Played professional baseball for 20 years,  drafted in 1967 and retired 1986. Arguably the best …

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Former Gator Great Paves His Way to the CFB Hall of Fame

It’s one thing to be enshrined into the University of Florida Athletic Hall of Fame, but to add the College Football Hall of Fame to your pitch-perfect resume is another. On Wednesday, March 11, former Gator Great Lomas Brown was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. Brown attended …

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