Padres Sign Crippled Pitcher

For 20 straight season, the Padres have made one of the best and most meaningful minor league contract signings in all of baseball. It’s nothing you’ll find in a transactions log though. San Diego has signed former left-hander Matt LaChappa to a minor league deal each year since 1996, when LaChappa suffered a heart attack […]

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LeBron James Sends Kids To College

Students in the LeBron James Family Foundation program could see their college tuition paid for by the basketball star. James has announced his foundation will provide full scholarships for all qualifying students in his mentoring program to attend the University of Akron, where a year’s tuition is about $9,500. There are currently 1,000 students enrolled […]

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LEGO Searching For New Environmentally Friendly Material

LEGO’s toy dominance over the last half century has been built on petroleum-based plastics. The toy company is investing hundreds of millions of dollars dedicated to research, development and implementation of new, sustainable, raw materials to manufacture LEGO elements as well as packaging materials. By 2030, the Danish-based toy company says that their plastic bricks will no longer […]

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How Soccer Saved A Boy’s Future

On Wednesday, a seventeen-year-old boy named Martunis from Banda Aceh, Indonesia, was announced as the newest addition to Sporting Portugal’s U-19 football team. He will wear the green-and-white hoops and train at the very same academy where his idol, three-time FIFA World Player of the Year Cristiano Ronaldo, learned his trade. When unimaginable tragedy struck […]

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