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Johnny Russell is not an intimidating-looking athlete. But get him on the soccer pitch and he becomes almost unstoppable. Whether he’s scoring goals with his powerful left foot or ...

Ariel Torres took up karate as a young child because his parents were looking to channel his energy. A highly active 6-year-old boy, he was a perfect candidate to learn the discipl...

John Wathan bristles—if only in jest—when people say he was “fast…for a catcher” in his 10-year MLB career. He stole 105 bases in his career at a 75-percent clip, including a major...

When the US Men’s National Team lost to Trinidad and Tobago in the final qualifying match for the 2018 World Cup, it set the sport back in America. A run of nearly 30 years of reac...

It’s one of Yogi Berra’s best-known quotes. He said, “Ninety percent of (baseball) is half mental.” He wasn’t a sabremetrician who had devised a formula that says that 45 to 55 per...

Alexi Lalas burst onto the American soccer scene with flowing red hair and a beard as part of the US Men’s National (Soccer) Team for the 1994 World Cup, hosted on American soil. A...

Ron “Papa Jack” Jackson spent 10 years on a variety of Major League Baseball teams. Everywhere he went he was a favorite teammate. His bubbly personality and competitiveness made h...

Aly Trost was hired by a local sports radio station to help with social media and marketing. But her knowledge of and enthusiasm for sports has propelled her to a couple of promine...

Wherever Fred Lynn went in sports, success seemed to follow him. He was a multi-sport athlete in high school. He attended the University of Southern California, where he played bas...

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