April 6, 2011 - 9:00am
Continuing with looking back at the sports legends of Louisville, let's take a look at an icon in America's past time.
The respected history between the city of Louisville and the sport of baseball is one that was cultivated by a plethora of individuals; and it’s those people that have made this bluegrass city so synonymous with America’s past time.
Few other cities are so closely aligned with a sport. Sure, Green...
March 21, 2011 - 9:00am
A lot's been going on at the Slugger Museum last year and now as we head into the early days of baseball season they welcome a legendary artist.
The name Rockwell might well be synonymous with Americana, but there’s another theme that seemed to run through the work: sports. Then again, the name Rockwell might very well mean mediocre 80’s synth pop to you, I’m not talking about that particular Rockwell. Not saying I never, will, but it’s not...
September 13, 2010 - 1:50pm
Proves the only sports-related thing in Louisville worthy of a magazine cover is an inanimate, wooden object. (No, we're not talking about Pitino.)
Got "ESPN the Magazine" in the mail over the weekend. Outfielder Josh Hamilton — who spent some time with the Cincinnati Reds (and Louisville Bats) before being shipped to the Texas Rangers — is on the cover. The thing that caught my eye, however, was the Louisville Slugger he's holding....