June 15, 2011 - 10:00am
In 1964 Gus Bell was inducted into the Reds Hall of Fame, but there's so much more to the Louisville native's story than that.
The expected names inhabit the Cincinnati Reds hall of fame: Bench, Larkin, Anderson, and on, but one can’t forget a legend in the history of the ball club from the queen city, Louisville native Gus Bell, who was inducted in 1964, the reasons why are the same reasons that Gus Bell is a sports...
May 9, 2011 - 11:22am
When somebody thinks about sports in the city of Louisville they immediately either go to the Derby or the Louisville Slugger, but who was the first Louisville Slugger? We look at that in our next sports legends of the 'Ville.
No name is more synonymous with the global sports legacy cultivated by Louisville athletes than that of Louis Rogers “Pete” Browning, a man often called the original Louisville slugger, Browning’s global impact on the game of baseball was far reaching in the infancy of the modern...
November 16, 2010 - 10:01am
by Lou
Where are great places to watch games? College football? College basketball? Colts? Reds? What is the job market like? Housing market?
This couple's moving to Louisville from Indianapolis and needs your advice: