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Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network.
Launched in 1979, ESPN is a 24-hour sports broadcasting network based in Bristol, Connecticut. The channel's acronym stands for Entertainment and Sports Programming Network. « Show less

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  • Take a look inside the new Chickie's & Pete's

    Take a look inside the new Chickie's & Pete's
    The owners of the Lehigh Valley Phantoms have released a digital rendering of how the Chickie's & Pete's sports bar and restaurant will look inside the new PPL Center. The video depicts what will be an 8,000-square-foot restaurant that is one of three...
  • DELLEGROTTI NAMED GIRLS BASKETBALL COACH AT BECAHI

    DELLEGROTTI NAMED GIRLS BASKETBALL COACH AT BECAHI
    Megan Dellegrotti, whose resignation as Southern Lehigh’s girls basketball coach became official over the weekend, was introduced Friday as Bethlehem Catholic’s new coach. … Embattled Palisades wrestling coach Omar Porrata, who was...
  • IronPigs help pull Lehigh Valley together

    IronPigs help pull Lehigh Valley together
    My friend Daryl and I have had IronPigs season tickets since the team's inception seven years ago, and we've gotten to know some of the people who sit around us very well. But the person we talk about most often is someone who attended only one game....
  • Newest recruit gives Penn State nation's No. 1 class

    Recruiting has been perhaps the most important story of James Franklin’s short time at Penn State. And with a commitment Saturday from a four-star defensive lineman, Penn State’s class moved to No. 1 Saturday in college football’s...
  • Mike Schmidt in the TV booth could be a home run for the Phillies

    Mike Schmidt in the TV booth could be a home run for the Phillies
    On the day before Thanksgiving every November, LifePath and the Lehigh Valley Chapter of Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants have a banquet as a fundraiser and bring in some big sports name to serve as its main speaker. Johnny Bench,...
  • Former WFMZ sports anchor Fisher has taken his passion for high school football to the West Coast

    Former WFMZ sports anchor Fisher has taken his passion for high school football to the West Coast
    There's little doubt that "The Big Ticket" on WFMZ-Channel 69 has become a staple of the high school football scene each fall, with players, coaches and fans alike all making it a fall Friday night habit to check out the highlights and scores of games...
  • Former softball star is getting a lot of play time on popular TV commercial

    To the local softball world, Phil Schantz is a Hall of Famer. He's a contemporary of the legendary Ty Stofflet and a top-notch catcher and pitcher for more than four decades who played on numerous championship teams. In the world of TV commercials,...
  • Pen Argyl man, whose dying wish was to get to Daytona, to be featured on ESPN

     
    The Daytona 500, the Super Bowl of NASCAR racing, is on Sunday. And to get the day started ESPN has a very special feature on its 10 a.m. SportsCenter about the late Mitch Zanette of Pen Argyl who was dying, but had a final wish of getting to experience a...
  • ESPN radio features Lehigh-Lafayette; plus K.C. Keeler's team will open 2014 football season on ESPN

     
    Here's the radio broadcast schedule on ESPN of the Lehigh Valley (1230, 1320 AM) this weekend: Friday, Feb 21 - Today in Sochi – airs 9-11pm Saturday, Feb 22 - Lehigh Wrestling @ Brown – airs 1:45pm Lehigh Women’s Hoops vs. Lafayette &#...
  • Star power there for the taking for Parkland grad Andre Williams

    Star power there for the taking for Parkland grad Andre Williams
    It was a couple of hours before the start of ESPN's Heisman Award telecast, when the media had one last crack at the players invited to Manhattan for the announcement in a ballroom on the sixth floor of the posh Marriott Marquis on Broadway. Reporters...
  • Parkland grad Lombardo has gone from being a fan to working at the Fanatic

    Parkland grad Lombardo has gone from being a fan to working at the Fanatic
    Matt Lombardo said that while growing up, he and his father shared Eagles season tickets in the 700-level at Veterans Stadium. "I did my fair share of screaming and yelling," Lombardo said. "I was your typical Eagles fan. But once we left the stadium,...
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  • Beltre homers three times, Moreland adds grand slam in Rangers' rout

    Beltre homers three times, Moreland adds grand slam in Rangers' rout
    A May downpour last season wiped out what would have been the first career grand slam for Mitch Moreland.
  • Mark Gonzales' White Sox mailbag

    The Tribune's Mark Gonzales answers questions about the future of the White Sox, umpire Joe West, Ozzie Guillen's future, and why the Sox didn't claim Brian Fuentes on waivers. Ken Williams has a "win now" attitude and traded away some good pitchers like...

    Today's lineup; Sheff en route

     
    Oliver Perez and John Maine will split the pitching duties this afternoon. If you're coming out here, it's cold and windy, so bundle up. Marlon Anderson is back in centerfield today, which makes me wonder if they're thinking of keeping...

    For Hendricks, O's Hall is `icing on cake'

    Membership in the Orioles Hall of Fame swelled to 44 yesterday with the inductions of bullpen coach Elrod Hendricks, former pitcher Mike Boddicker and former general manager Hank Peters. No one has logged more time in an Orioles uniform than Hendricks,...

    From the Cubicle

    In 1959 Mayor Richard J. Daley switched on the city's civil defense air-raid sirens when the White Sox clinched the pennant, sending Russian-fearing non-baseball fans into a frenzy. The Sox, up three games to one over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim in...