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New Review: Springfield Thunderbirds

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Review by: Paul Baker -- Apr 22, 2017

The city of Springfield, one of the charter members of the American Hockey League, has a new franchise for the 2016-17 season. New England Regional Correspondent Paul Baker takes an updated look at the MassMutual Center, home of the Thunderbirds.

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Sports Journey: World Golf Hall of Fame

Sports Journey: World Golf Hall of Fame

by Lloyd Brown - Apr 21, 2017 11:59 AM EDT

Golf is one of the largest participant and fan-viewed sports in the world. It has a long and storied history. The World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida preserves and honors the history of the game and the legacies of those who helped to make it great. It is legitimately a "World" Hall of Fame as it is supported by 26 golf organizations based around the globe. The Golf Hall of Fame is one of the few in the world that salutes both the men and women elites for a given sport.

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Sports Journey: International Cricket Hall of Fame

Sports Journey: International Cricket Hall of Fame

by Lloyd Rothwell - Apr 20, 2017 10:45 PM EDT

You may be surprised to learn that the International Cricket Hall of Fame isn't located at Lord's in England. Or at the Sydney Cricket Ground. It's not at the MCG in Melbourne, or in India where cricket is almost a religion. No sir, the International Cricket Hall of Fame can be found in the town of Bowral in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, around 150km from both Sydney and Canberra. Why, you ask, is the International Cricket Hall of Fame in Bowral? Well, this marvellous institution was once the Bradman Museum and the Bradman Museum was located at Bowral as the greatest cricketer the world has ever seen spent his formative years in the town. The Bradman Museum opened in 1989, next to Bradman Oval which was named after him in 1947, and in 2010 became the International Cricket Hall of Fame. The Oval itself is a stunningly picturesque sporting ground which has hosted international men's touring teams, interstate men's cricket and women's international games.

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