Winning or losing season, the Louisville Bats Baseball Club usually leads the league in attendance for the year. Baseball is as much of a part of Louisville as bourbon and horseracing and year after year, a night at the ballyard is one of the most satisfying ways to spend a little extra time.
Basketball fever abounds across the city this weekend, but we couldn't let the kickoff of Arena Football season slip by this weekend without the scoop on the who, what, when, and where.
It's that time of the year when being from Kentucky is a great thing, NCAA Tournament Time! Kentucky, Louisville and Indiana are all in, but who's playing when and who's advancing?
With the Ryder Cup quickly approaching, it's time to get refresher courses on everything from golf terminology, famous players, handicaps and statistics. A great place to start for brushing up on your "golfology" is the course where all the action will happen, Valhalla Golf Club.
Looking for a great place to watch your favorite college basketball team? Check out the places we think are worth checking out to get your cheer on!
If you missed the AVP’s tournament stop in Louisville last May, you’re in luck. They have announced they’ll be returning to the River City as the men’s and women’s teams compete and prepare for the 2008 Summer Olympics in China this summer.
It hasn't been here since 1991, well before the construction on Louisville Slugger Field, but Louisville becomes the first International League city to host the AAA All-Star game twice.
New year, new coach, new chance for fans to connect to the Reds. We haven't yet seen Groundhog Day to tell us how close spring is, but for real baseball fans it's always summertime.
The Battle of the Bluegrass basketball game is traditionally played before Christmas Day. This year, moving the game to the 5 th of January may have been prophetic as both Louisville and Kentucky are hoping to find new identities and new attitudes to go with the new year.
The Texas kid who made a swing through Louisville last summer made an impression on the Big League boys up the river. He joins a lineup of prestigious names from the Reds' past and present.
When Brian Brohm took the field last night for the last time at Papa John’s Cardinal stadium, the University of Louisville said goodbye to one of its most decorated athletes in history.
The names of U of L football stars are familiar - quarterback Brian Brohm and receivers Harry Douglas and Mario Urrutia to name a few. And it's natural than when Louisville football is mentioned thoughts turn to frequent first downs, big plays and plenty of points. But recent history, which has featured sterling careers by defensive linemen Elvis Dumervil and Amobi Okoye (pictured left), suggests the Cardinals’ defense deserves a far bigger share of the spotlight.