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In Memory Of Kevin Cadle 1955 – 2017

By: Team Red Zone | 2 months ago

The entire RedZoneSports family is totally shocked by the sudden and tragic loss of our friend and colleague Kevin Cadle. We only worked with Kevin a short time but he was as smooth as velvet every time he entered the building and made sure he said hello and shook every member of our team’s hands.

Today in Sports History: August 24

By: Team Red Zone | 4 months ago

Today in Sports History: August 24th 1905 – Chicago Cubs beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 in 20 innings. 1906 – Cincinnati Reds’ pitcher John Weimer no-hits Brooklyn Dodgers, 1-0 in 7-inning game. 1912 – New York City hold ticker tape parade for Jim Thorpe and victorious US Olympic athletes. 1922 – First Philadelphia Phillies’ player

Today in Sports History: August 23

By: Team Red Zone | 4 months ago

Today in Sports History: August 23rd 1883 – Philadelphia Phillies make 27 errors against Providence (wild pitches, walks and passballs count as errors prior to 1888). 1907 – Pittsburgh Pirates’ pitcher Howie Camnitz no-hits New York Giants, 1-0 in five-inning game. 1933 – First televised boxing match, between Archie Sexton and Laurie Raiteri in London,

Today in Sports History: August 22

By: Team Red Zone | 4 months ago

Today in Sports History: August 22nd 1851 – Yacht America wins first Royal Yacht Squadron Cup (America’s Cup). 1917 – Pittsburgh Pirates play fourth straight extra inning game, Carson Bigbee sets record of 11 at-bats, they lose in 22 innings to Brooklyn Dodgers. 1934 – Boston Red Sox pitcher Wes Ferrell hits two home runs

Today in Sports History: August 21

By: Team Red Zone | 4 months ago

Today in Sports History: August 21st 1887 – Mighty (Dan) Casey strikes out in a game with the New York Giants. 1901 – Joe McGinnity is suspended from the National League for punching and spitting on an umpire. 1922 – Curly Lambeau and Green Bay Football Club granted NFL franchise. 1926 – Chicago White Sox

Today in Sports History: August 20

By: Team Red Zone | 4 months ago

Today in Sports History: August 20th 1912 – Washington Senators’ pitcher Carl Cushion no-hits Cleveland Naps, 2-0 in six innings. 1920 – Allen Woodring wins Oympic 200m dash wearing borrowed shoes. 1920 – Preliminary meeting in Akron to form American Pro Football Association. 1945 – Brooklyn Dodgers’ Tommy Brown becomes youngest home run hitter (age

Today in Sports History: August 19

By: Team Red Zone | 4 months ago

Today in Sports History: August 19th 1876 – Madeline (US) beats Countess Dufferin (Canada) in fourth America’s Cup. 1879 – First National Archery Association tournament (Chicago, Illinois). 1928 – Games of the IX Olympiad close in Amsterdam. 1936 – Diver Marjorie Gestring is youngest Olympic gold medalist (13 years 268 days). 1950 – New York