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Featured Item: Anthony Rizzo Game Model Autographed Cleats
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Olympic Teams and Players to Remember
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Behind the British Open’s Long History
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MLB All-Star Game Fun Facts
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2016 NBA Free Agency: The Big Three
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2016 MLB All-Star Roster Named, Chicago Cubs Ruling
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Michael Phelps Qualifies for 5th Olympic Games, Makes History
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Ben Zobrist Autograph Signings
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She Built a Dynasty On and Off the Court: Pat Summit
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Chilean National Team Wins Copa America Cup, Messi Make Major Announcement

Featured Item: Anthony Rizzo Game Model Autographed Cleats

When it comes to sports memorabilia, an autographed baseball jersey, photo or trading card is essential to every sports collection. Holding great value that can increase based on player’s performance, stats and many other factors, a standard autographed jersey or photo is great, but often lacks originality and unique flare. If you’re looking for this addition for your home, office or man cave collection, look no further than a pair game model cleats signed by Anthony Rizzo.

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Olympic Teams and Players to Remember

Every four years the Olympics brings together the greatest athletes in the world. From Swimming and diving in the summer to ice hockey and skating in the winter, only the best represent their countries on the biggest stage in athletics. It takes a champion, a warrior and a downright determined challenger to compete against defending medalists and talented newcomers. But of the countless Olympians to grace the podium, there are certain athletes and teams that stand out among the rest.

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Behind the British Open’s Long History

Though golf is characteristically not an exciting sport for most fans to watch on their television, the British Open is often the exception. Taking place in Scotland every year, the course is typically susceptible to gusty winds, unseasonably cold temperatures and final round nail-biting finishes. What many fans do not realize, is the long, storied history behind the British Open. Beginning in the 1860s, the British Open, also known as The Open Championship, is the oldest of the four major championships in the sport. Aside from its century-plus existence, there is plenty more to know about the Open.

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MLB All-Star Game Fun Facts

The MidSummer Classic, also known as the MLB All-Star game, is an annual game that brings together the top names in baseball. Posing the American League against the National League, the All-Star game allows fans, players and coaches alike to cast a ballot in order to generate the teams, mixing League rivals together on the same team. Many baseball fans may know the rules and recent outcomes of the game, but there are many fun facts about the MLB All-Star Game you may not know.

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2016 MLB All-Star Roster Named, Chicago Cubs Ruling

For most people July means barbeques, picnics, days in the sun and hot, hot temperatures. For Major League Baseball fans, however, it means plenty of anticipation for the mid-season break, also known as the MLB All-Star Game, which is now just a week away. The teams have been named, and while most sports fans are rejoicing over their home team’s favorite player making the cut, Chicago Cubs fans are celebrating for an entirely different reason.

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Michael Phelps Qualifies for 5th Olympic Games, Makes History

With just 36 days until the 2016 Rio Summer Olympics, U.S. Olympic Trials are in full swing as Olympic hopefuls and returning champions look to qualify for the biggest stage in sports. While the men’s gymnastics team, the diving teams and many other sports have named their Olympic representatives, United States Swimming is in the midst of an eight-day grueling trails where only the top swimmers will gain their chance to represent the United States of America in Rio. While some athletes have earned their moment to shine, there is one swimmer in particular who has made Olympic history.

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Ben Zobrist Autograph Signings

A dominating defender, a skilled switched hitter and one of the best utility players currently in Major League Baseball, Chicago Cubs stars Ben Zobrist is simply unforgettable. Debuting with the Tampa Bay Rays in the 2006 season, Zobrist spent eight years in the sunshine state, earning his two All-star honors along the way. In 2015 with the Kansas City Royals, Zobrist commanded second base as the postseason starter, helping led the Royals to their first World Series title in three decades. Now a shining star on the Chicago Cubs roster, Zobrist, nicknamed Zorilla by Cubs manager Joe Maddon, is taking over the MLB one defensive play at a time.

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She Built a Dynasty On and Off the Court: Pat Summit

Pat Summit: without her, women’s college basketball, or professional basketball, would simply not be the same. The women’s basketball Head Coach at the University of Tennessee for an impressive thirty-eight years, Summit shaped the game of college basketball with her wisdom, compassion and aggressive coaching style that yielded results.

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Chilean National Team Wins Copa America Cup, Messi Make Major Announcement

The Copa America Final game last night was not for fans faint of heart. While Team USA lost to Columbia in the match for third place on Saturday, Sunday’s final came down to the two most dominant teams in the sport: Argentina and Chile. Yellow cards, red cards and injuries were plenty in this faceoff of top contenders, but the in-game controversy is not the only thing leaving fans talking.

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