All posts tagged Baseball Interviews
Baseball Great Sammy Sosa and Racecar Driver Helio Castroneves at The Blacks’ Annual Gala: CYInterview’s on it!
Last month we reported on the 19th edition of The Blacks’ Annual Gala, held at the Fontainebleau Hotel on Miami Beach [see here]. Additionally, there were CYInterviews direct from the gala’s red carpet with everyone from Taylor Hicks to the cast of The Real Housewives of Miami [see here and see here.] Now, we bring you some coverage of the sports stars who were in attendance at this year’s annual gala.
We spoke with three time winner of The Indianapolis 500, racecar driver, Helio Castroneves, as well as retired baseball star Sammy Sosa.
MLB Clutch Pitcher, Retired Cy Young Winner John Smoltz On: His New Book, Starting and Closing, His Scratch Golfing, Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren, Tim Tebow, More
Overcoming adversity and continuing to move forward is the message in now retired, eight time MLB All Star John Smoltz’s new book Starting and Closing. The veteran baseball
Darryl, Darryl: Former Mets/Yankees Star Outfielder Strawberry’s Outlived His Demons – Proved It’s Never Too Later To Change
Those who have had their fair share of demons and personal struggles might draw inspiration from Darryl Strawberry. The former major leaguer says his numerous troubles are behind
Cuckoo for Coco Crisp: Baseball’s batter with crackerjack name is serial team changer, boxing fan – Mayweather/Pacquiao Teaser
With football season winding down, MLB Spring Training is just around the corner. Playing on four teams in nine years – through an injury prone career – Oakland
With the end of the first weeks of the baseball season, fans are flocking to stadiums nationwide looking for new players and familiar faces alike. None of those
1964 saw a rookie for the New York Yankees on the mound facing Bob Gibson of the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series. Though Mel Stottlemyre never
He is one of the most popular and celebrated athletes of his time. Cal Ripken Jr. is on his way to the Baseball Hall of Fame, but also
Tom Browning pitched from 1985 to 1994 in the MLB. In 1994 his career was ended after he broke his left arm. In 1985 he became the first
The 2006 Chicago Cubs come back into spring training with the big addition of Juan Pierre and a few others to help the team out. The last two
The San Diego Padres came off the 2004-2005 season just missing the playoffs through the National League wildcard. The National League West is always a very tough division