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Baseketball Intro or How I See Sports Today This is from the movie Baseketball, but I feel exactly this way about professional sports today!
Tags: Baseketball  Intro  or  How  I  See  Sports  Today  Grandstanding  Jocks  Arrogant  Showboats 
Added: 6th February 2009
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Posted By: BigBoy Bob
Ol Paul Robeson reputedly the best ever bass singer to have graced the planet. Who now cares if he was a communist and spent many times in Russia. His voice is enough to break your bass speaker and this tune, from the film 'Showboat' must be one of the most recognisable tunes of record history.
Tags: Paul  Robeson  Ol  Man  River  Showboat 
Added: 27th October 2008
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Posted By: donmac101
Leon Lett NFL Blunders Some defensive linemen can go through their entire NFL careers without touching the ball. Leon Lett of the Dallas Cowboys probably envies those guys. Twice in the space of 10 months in 1993 Lett made gigantic blunders. One occurred in the Super Bowl when his showboating cost him a rare touchdown. The other foul-up was worse: It cost his team a Thanksgiving Day win against Miami. Do you remember them?
Tags: Leon  Lett  NFL  blunders 
Added: 25th November 2012
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Posted By: Lava1964
Ron Luciano - Umpire Ron Luciano was perhaps the most colorful umpire in Major League Baseball history during his tenure as an American League ump from 1969 to 1980. He was best known for two things: his flamboyant, attention-grabbing way of calling baserunners out by 'shooting' them with his index finger and thumb; and his neverending feud with Baltimore Orioles' manager Earl Weaver. Luciano frequently ran afoul of standard practices by applauding great plays and chatting with players during lulls in the action. Despite his showboating ways, Luciano was generally regarding as an excellent arbiter by those who played the game. After his retirement from umpiring, Luciano wrote five successful books on his experiences as an ump and worked for two seasons as Merle Harmon's broadcast partner on NBC's secondary Game of the Week telecasts. It came as a great surprise to many baseball fans when the seemingly happy-go-lucky Luciano, suffering from depression, took his own life in 1995 at the age of 57.
Tags: Ron  Luciano  umpire  baseball 
Added: 6th November 2013
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Posted By: Lava1964

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