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The Toy Hall of Fame has announced their 2019 Finalists

The Toy Hall of Fame has announced their Finalists for the Class of 2019.

The Finalists are:


Care Bears

Coloring Book

Fisher-Price Corn Popper


Magic the Gathering

Masters of the Universe

Matchbox Cars

My Little Piny

Nerf Blaster



The Top


The winners will be inducted on November 7.  The Magic 8 Ball, Pinball and Uno were chosen last year.

The Toy Hall of Fame is part of the Strong Museum in Rochester, New York.

We here at will certainly be paying attention!

Rutgers announces their 2019 Hall of Fame Class

Rutgers University has announced their latest Hall of Fame Class.

The Class will be officially inducted on October 18 at their annual hall dinner and will be honored the following day during the Scarlet Knights’ home game against Minnesota.

Todd Frazier, Baseball 2005-07:

Nicknamed “The Toddfather”, Frazier was a First Team All-American in 2007 and was the Big East Player of the Year.  He would leave Rutgers as the all-time leader in Home Runs (42) and Runs Scored (210). Frazier would later become a two-time All-Star in the Majors.  

Fred Gruninger, Athletic Director 1973-98:

Gruninger oversaw a substantial growth in the Rutgers sports programs over his tenure, especially on the women’s side.

Greg Rinaldi, Men’s Lacrosse 1987-90:

Rinaldi scored 144 Goals for Rutgers, which was a school record at the time. He would be a three-time All-American and was named to the First Team in 1990. He would take the Scarlet Knights to the NCAA Tournament in 1990.

1919-20 Men’s Basketball Team:

This induction celebrates the 100thanniversary of the first Rutgers team to play in the postseason. They would defeat Georgia, Utah and the Young Men’s Organization of Detroit before falling to NYU in the Finals of the National Amateur Athletic Union Basketball Tournament.

1981 Men’s Track & Field Two Mile Relay Team:

Comprised of Brian Grimes, Stan Belin, Walter Kirkland and James Westman. The quartet would win the National Indoor Championship.

We here at would like to congratulate the impending members of the Rutgers Athletic Hall of Fame.

The University of Tennessee announces their Hall of Fame Class

The University of Tennessee has announced their six-person Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2019:

Doug DickeyFootball Coach 1964-69 & Administrator 1985-2003:

Under Dickey’s tutelage, the football program really took shape and he would take them to two SEC Championships while going 104-58-6.  As the Athletic Director, the University would 10 National Championships and 38 SEC Titles.

R.A. Dickey, Baseball 1994-96:

Named the Baseball America Freshman of the Year and would win 38 Games for the Volunteers, a school record and would lead Tennessee win the 1995 College World Series.  Dickey would go on to have a successful career in the Majors, highlighted by winning the National League Cy Young Award in 2012.

Christine Magnuson, Swimming & Diving 2005-08:

Magnuson was the 2008 NCAA Champion in the 100-Yard Butterfly and was also the SEC Swimmer of the Year. She was a 23-time All-American.

Gus Manning, Administrator 1951-2000:

Holding a variety of different positions over his 50-year career serving under eight different Assistant Directors.

Candace Parker, Women’s Basketball 2005-08:

Parker was an absolute superstar leading the Lady Vols to the NCAA Championship in both 2007 and 2008.  She would also win the Naismith College Player of the Year in 2008 and the John R. Wooden Award in 2007 and 2008.  She would score 2,137 Points and made history as the first woman to dunk in an NCAA Tournament Game.  Parker would later become the number one draft pick in the WNBA and is a two-time league MVP.  She is also a two-time Olympic Gold Medalist for Team U.S.A.

Tony Parrilla, Men’s Track & Field 1991-94:

Parrilla won four 800-Meter Titles and was a 10-time All-American.  He was named the 1994 SEC Men’s Track & Field Outdoor Athlete of the Year.

The Class of 2019 will be officially inducted on October 25 and they will be recognized the following day during their football game against South Carolina.  

We here at would like to congratulate the future University of Tennessee Hall of Famers.

Our All-Time Top 50 Los Angeles Rams are now up!

Yes, we know that this is taking a while!

As many of you know, we here at are slowly generating the 50 of each major North American sports team.  We have a new one to unveil today, that of the Los Angeles Rams. 

The Rams were formed in Cleveland in 1936 and would win the NFL Championship in 1945.  In typical of the luck that Cleveland has, the Rams relocated to Los Angeles and won their second championship in 1951. Los Angeles would be a popular team but as owners do, they moved seeking a better stadium deal, which they found in St. Louis in 1994.  It was there where they won Super Bowl XXXIV with their “Greatest Show on Turf” team. St. Louis would again be left without a team as Los Angeles wooed them back in 2016.  

As for all of our top 50 players in football we look at the following: 

  1. Advanced Statistics.
  1. Traditional statistics and how they finished in the NFL.
  1. Playoff accomplishments.
  1. Their overall impact on the team and other intangibles not reflected in a stat sheet.

Remember, this is ONLY based on what a player does on that particular team and not what he accomplished elsewhere and also note that we have placed an increased importance on the first two categories.

This list is updated up until the end of the 2018 Season.

The complete list can be found herebut as always we announce our top five in this article.  They are:

  1. Merlin Olsen
  1. Deacon Jones
  1. Jack Youngblood
  1. Orlando Pace
  1. Marshall Faulk

We will continue our adjustments on our existing lists and will continue developing our new lists.  

As always we thank you for your support.