Everyday this week, we're fantasy casting one athlete’s (not-yet-in-production) movie. (Why? Because Kurt Warner is getting a movie, that's why!)
We've already cast The Legend of Tim Tebow and Gold-Medal Summer: The Michael Phelps Story. Today, we bring you Danica! More »
Everyday this week, we're fantasy casting one athlete's (not-yet-in-production) movie. (Why? Because Kurt Warner is getting a movie, that's why!)
Yesterday was The Legend of Tim Tebow. Today: Gold-Medal Summer: The Michael Phelps Story! More »
Former Super Bowl winner and NFL MVP quarterback Kurt Warner’s storied rise from humble beginnings to the top of the football world felt ripped out of a feel-good movie. So why not actually make it into one?
Last week, 20th Century Fox announced that it’s going to make a movie out of Warner’s ready-for-the-big-screen story: Two years after being cut by the Green Bay Packers in 1994, Warner worked as a grocery store bagger in Iowa. He got a shot in the Arena Football League with the Iowa Barnstormers the next year and led them to two-straight championship games. The St. Louis Rams signed him in the offseason, and the rest is history.
The plan to make a Kurt Warner movie got us thinking: What other star athletes could have their own movie one day?
Everyday this week, we’ll be fantasy casting one athlete’s (not-yet-in-production) movie. First up: The Legend of Tim Tebow.
The Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) is holding its 43rd annual convention this week in Philadelphia, and attending it was a very exciting experience.
On Thursday, the first full day of SABR 43, David Montgomery, the President of the Phillies, spoke to us about how glad he is that SABR 43 is being held in Philly. The last time SABR held its annual conference in the city was 1974. He also spoke about changes he has seen in Phillies baseball over the years and about the recent ballparks the Phils had played in. He also said several players on the Phils watch many tapes of pitchers that they will face that night. He said Chase Utley does the most the most of watching video. Montgomery gave a very interesting talk.
Edison Arantes do Nascimentois a world famous “fútbol” star. You probably know him as Pelé.
On Wednesday, Pelé visited the Chelsea Piers Field House in New York to celebrate becoming the latest Famous Fan on the Subway team and to speak to a group of young soccer players.
The native Brazilian spoke to of young soccer players with the help of a translator. He told the kids his story of playing soccer, and he shared some of his thoughts on the game.
He started playing soccer at age nine because of his father’s influence.
“My father was a soccer player,” Pelé said. “When I was around your age, he told me I had talent and a future in fútbol.”