January 12, 2012 - 1:18am
Unless you’ve been out of the city, or in rehab, for the last nine months you probably know that Charlie Strong is the new University of Louisville football coach.And if you don’t know his name, then surely you had some clue given all the billboards around town, and along the area interstates, using some play on the coach’s surname to promote the Cardinals and their upcoming season.
Unless you’ve been out of the city, or in rehab, for the last nine months you probably know that Charlie Strong is the new University of Louisville football coach.
August 1, 2012 - 7:00am
Hwangs is holding it's 24th Anuual Olympic Style TaeKwonDo International Tournament on Oct 16th
Black Belts starts at 9am,
Opening Ceremonies 12:30pm and Color Belt competition follows
USA and international Students will be competing
From ages 3 to over 50 years old
Information contact Hwangs...
August 21, 2010 - 12:05am
In his second rehab starter Aaron Harang was rocked for six earned runs and nine hits in six innings as the Syracuse Chiefs beat the Louisville 8-1 Friday night to end the Bats' franchise-best 14-game winning streak at Louisville Slugger Field. Despite the loss, though, Louisville remains just a half-game behind Columbus in the International League West.
By Josh Cook
Aaron Harang got hammered again and the Louisville Bats managed only three hits as their franchise-best home win streak came to an end.
The Syracuse Chiefs scored six earned runs in six innings off Harang, in his second rehab start with the Bats, on their way to an 8-1 win in...
August 20, 2010 - 4:31pm
Perhaps it’s this clear love for the Cardinals, the excitement of a new
football coach, the glisten of the new stadium, or the sexy scandals of
Mr. Pitino, but something has my interest peaked.
When I first moved to Louisville, just three days shy of a year ago, a new friend took me to a sports bar where everyone was talking about, you guessed it, sports. After listening to talk of the Cardinals for what seemed like an eternity, I very stupidly asked, “Do you have any real sports teams...
August 20, 2010 - 12:46am
One night after hitting a walk-off, grand slam in his Triple-A debut to beat Syracuse, catcher Devin Mesoraco (left) hit a second-inning granny to lead Louisville to a 6-2 victory over the Chiefs on Thursday night at Louisville Slugger Field. It was the Bats' franchise-record 14th straight win at home.
By Josh Cook
Another night, another grand slam for Devin Mesoraco, another victory for the Louisville Bats.
One night after hitting a walk-off, grand slam in his Triple-A debut to beat Syracuse, Mesoraco hit a second-inning granny to lead Louisville to a 6-2 victory over the Chiefs on...