(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
1.) David Price
2.) Pacific League members Pasadena & Burbank participate in CIF boys basketball titles tonight at APU. Burbank faces Brentwood. Pasadena goes against Harvard-Westlake. Tip Off is at 7:PM
3.) “Chamberlain is the greatest basketball player in history. If you doubt this, you are probably unaware of the statistics.”—MVS commenter “Big Dipper”
4.) Cleveland Browns say they have no interest in talking to QB-Colin Kaeperneck
5.) Baldwin Park shortstop, Pablo Thompson’s 2017 stats: 8 at-bats, 4-hits, 2-doubles 2-Rbis & 2-runs scored.
6.) Los Angeles Kings, Hall of Fame broadcaster, Bob Miller will retire after 44 seasons.
7.) “Our responsibility in life is not to lie around and wait for things to happen. Our responsibility in life is to work. Life is getting out and getting things done. When people say they’re over-the-hill at age 50, I don’t understand it.” – Herschel Walker, who turns 55 today.
8.) El Monte pitcher/third baseman Julian Valera has begun his fourth varsity season for the Lions.
9.) On this day in 1974 George Foreman KO’s Ken Norton.
10.) On this date in 1953, the Boston Braves, who own Milwaukee minor league franchise, block the St Louis Browns attempt to shift their franchise to Milwaukee. The Browns would move to Baltimore following the 1953 season, and the Braves relocated to Milwaukee that season.