The Kentucky Colonels legacy is so iconic in the River City, that it only makes sense to look back at their most noteworthy season.
George Tinsley is without question a notable in area sports be it as an athlete, teacher, or coach Tinsley has maintained talents, abilities, focus, and determination that's hard to ignore.
Fred Pfeffer is a legacy in the baseball community, as such I thought it'd only make sense to take some time to look into this Louisville native.
In recent years time and time again city officials have attempted to lure pro-basketball teams to the city, with varying degrees of success.
Yesterday I began to look through video at some of the classic sports moments in the history of the city of Louisville. Here I complete what I started yesterday.
Hey, let's state the obvious: Kentucky is obsessed with basketball. In Texas it's football, New England's got hockey, but here in the Bluegrass we can't get enough hoops. And the laundry list of pro basketball teams that have called the Derby City home proves that beyond a shadow of a doubt.
Eclipse Park was a series of three stadiums and though many aren't aware of what they meant to sport in Louisville today the memory of them still stands as an important chapter in the city.
One of the most prominent baseball stadiums in Louisville's baseball history has since been demolished but I'd like to take a little bit of time to remember our athletics history.
For the past couple of months I've been occasionally throwing out iconic athletes from Louisville. Sports legends of the Ville I called the series. But, I'd like to add to that series, sports legends of a different variety; the iconic buildings and arenas that made the city's historic sports past what it is today.
With the Cooperstown baseball hall of fame 2011 induction ceremony just a few days ago I began to think who's the local talent that's been inducted. Well, I set out to find just that.
When somebody thinks about sports in the city of Louisville they immediately either go to the Derby or the Louisville Slugger, but who was the first Louisville Slugger? We look at that in our next sports legends of the 'Ville.
Talk of professional basketball is no new discussion in the city. As evidenced by the Kentucky Colonels; but what does that mean?
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