A Nice Little Weekend

Not sure about you but we have a busy weekend ahead with the Kentucky Derby, Cinco de Mayo, maybe even a little baseball…all while sharing our newfound sports knowledge.


It's questionable if we'll have enough time,

The Last Night’s Game Team

Kentucky Derby

When it’s ladies’ night. Tomorrow is the Kentucky Derby, which is only for three-year-old male horses, but today is all about the ladies. Kentucky Oaks, which is held the day before the Derby, is the big race for three-year-old fillies – aka the ladies. While in the Derby the boys run for the roses, the girls race for a garland of lilies so the race is aptly titled “lilies for the fillies.” KENTUCKY OAKS


Are you ready to don your Derby hat and bet on some ponies? Don’t miss out on our Five Things You Need To Know About The Kentucky Derby to be officially party ready. READ



Patrick Beverley of the Los Angeles Clippers (NBA – National Basketball Association) isn’t the only one making things in his family making things happen. His mom recently appeared on the Price Is Right and she won it all. Yes, the showcase showdown - two cars, a trip to Madagascar and $41,000 in cash - the whole kit and caboodle. Who needs the NBA playoff excitement when you can bid $1? COME ON DOWN...AND READ MORE


Sideline stat

The Liverpool Football Club is advancing to the UEFA Champions League finals (Union of European Football Associations…i.e. European soccer) and one man in Cleveland is pumped about the team’s quest for victory - LeBron James. James bought a two percent stake in the soccer team in 2011 for $6.5 million and now it’s said to be worth $32 million. Now about that exchange rate... CASH IN


Coaches’ corner

What says Cinco de Mayo like peanuts and cracker jacks? Tonight, for the first time in 19 years, there will be a regular-season MLB (Major League Baseball) game in Mexico. The Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres have packed their passports and are taking their weekend series on the road to Monterrey, Mexico. BATTER UP


What to watch

The Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s Albert Pujols (MLB) is about to make history. He’s sitting at 2,999 career hits going into the weekend. With one more hit, he’ll be the 32nd player to reach 3,000 hits and the second Dominican born player to reach this milestone. HISTORY