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Carlos Beltran Proving Baseball Critics Wrong

So far Beltran has shown to be a leader in the clubhouse as well as on the field. He has helped the Cardinals to a 25 in 19 record; which is enough for first place in the National League Central. continue reading »

Reds’ Aroldis Chapman Arrested Doing 93 mph and No Drivers License

Aroldis Chapman may be the Cincinnati Reds closer but early on Monday, Grove City;, Ohio Police labeled him a speeder. The “Cuban Missle” was clocked driving 93mph in his Mercedes. continue reading »

Mario Gutierrez and I’ll Have Another,  One Race Away from Making History After Winning Preakness

In less then a month we will know if I’ll Have Another and Mexican jockey Mario Gutierrez will ride into horse racing history. Yesterday I’ll Have Another won the 137th Preakness after winning the Kentucky Derby last month. continue reading »

Yadier Molina Helps World Champ Cardinals End Losing Streak

With Albert Pujols no longer with the defending World Series Champs, St. Louis Cardinals, Yadier Molina, known as ‘Yadi’ needed to step up and become the leader of the team. He did just that Tuesday night when the team faced the Chicago Cubs. continue reading »

Frank Francisco Closes Right for the NY Mets

Before yesterday’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers, New York Mets manager, Terry Collins said he was sticking with Frank Francisco as his closer. This was despite Francisco’s 8.56 ERA, and the fact that he's been scored on in seven of his last 12 appearances, and he's suffered three losses in the year. continue reading »

Hello Again:  37-Year-Old Vladimir Guerrero Signs Minor League Contract with Blue Jays

Just when fans thought they had seen the last of Vladimir Guerrero he signs a minor league contract with the Toronto Blue Jays. continue reading »

Giant’s Guillermo Mota Given 100 Game Suspension

Major League Baseball has suspended San Francisco Giant pitcher Guillermo Mota for 100 games after Dominican born reliever failed a second test for a performance enhancing drug. continue reading »

Hurray!  Albert Pujols Hits First Home Run for California Angels

The hitting dry spell for the California Angels $240 million man has ended. Albert Pujols hit his first home run as an Angel this Sunday against the Toronto Blue Jays giving the Angels a 4-3 victory. continue reading »

Miguel Cotto Battles Floyd Mayweather and Loses in Unanimous Decision

Puerto Rico’s favorite boxer, Miguel Cotto, gave quit a show to his fans and all the pay-per-view audience watching his fight against Floyd Mayweather. Mayweather was victorious at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas with scores of 117-111, 1117-111 and 118-110 but Cotto rode it out until the 12th and final round. continue reading »

First Time at Derby Mario Gutierrez Rides to Victory on I’ll Have Another

As the mint julep’s flowed and Cinco de Mayo cheer was everywhere, the audience at Churchill Downs was focused on I’ll Have Another’s ride to victory. The 15-1 to shot, named after the owners wife’s cookies, was ridden to victory by jockey Mario Gutierrez. continue reading »

Brazil and Spain Top Seeded Olympic Soccer Teams

In a stage draw this week, Spain, Brazil, and Britain were chosen as the top seeded teams for the men’s Olympic soccer tournament. These teams will be separated in an effort to spread out the higher ranked teams and also keep European and Latin American teams apart. continue reading »

Latino Sports Commentary:  Ozzie Guillen Does It Again, Pero No Es Pa Tanto!

Here at HS News we really enjoyed Julio Paban, from Latino Sports, take on Ozzie Guillen that we asked permission to republish. Enjoy. Latino Sports, we think really understand Ozzie's crazy talk. continue reading »

Latinos and NASCAR:  A Growing Friendship

The Hispanic stamp is becoming ever more prominent on the NASCAR circuit, with Latino drivers and teams and, even, marketing strategies directed at that segment to broaden the sport's fan base. continue reading »

Major League Baseball’s Foreign Players Reaches 3rd Highest Level, Dominican Players are Majority

The percentage of baseball players in the Major Leagues born outside of the United States rose to its third highest level. Out of 856 players, 243 were born outside of the U.S. Kansas City is the team with the most foreign born players. They list 13 players, while Colorado and the New York Yankees both have twelve players. The minor leagues show a 46.47% of foreign players which is a decrease from the beginning of last season. continue reading »

Tony Romo is a New Dad to Baby Boy

Tony Romo and his wife Candice Crawford are celebrating the arrival of their new baby boy, Hawkins Crawford Romo. The Dallas Cowboy quarterback was congratulated on Twitter by his teammates that broke the news to everyone else. continue reading »

JUST IN:  Ozzie Guillen Suspended from Miami Marlins for Pro-Castro Comments

Former White Sox manger and current manager of the Miami Marlins, Ozzie Guillen has been given a five-game suspension for his pro-Fidel Castro comments. continue reading »

ESPN Airs “Esto es SportsCenter” Ad on Its Both English- and Spanish-Language Channels (VIDEO)

With a 15 percent increase in ESPN’s Hispanic audience over the past five years, the network has added a Spanish-language television advertisement for its show “SportsCenter” to its broadcasts. continue reading »

Univision Deportes Launches with Emphasis on Soccer

Univision on Saturday will launch a sports channel seeking to attend to the "insatiable appetite" of the Latino audience for soccer, the senior vice president for production at Univision Deportes, David Neal, told Efe. continue reading »

Real Madrid Reveals Plans for New Resort in the United Arab Emirates

At a reported cost of $1 billion (US), Spanish soccer team Real Madrid is expanding its brand and creating the Real Madrid Resort Island in the United Arab Emirates, making it the first recreational tourism complex built under the Real Madrid trademark. continue reading »

Barcelona Coach Angry With Soccer Star Pique for White-Water Rafting with Shakira

Barcelona's head coach appears to be getting increasingly frustrated with one of his defender's choice in off-time activities with girlfriend Shakira. continue reading »