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  • This guide will provide you with everything you need to watch the MLB World Series. No cable subscription or access to a TV? No problem. This guide has you covered.If you're looking for a simple spoiler-free schedule, look no further. There you will find game times as well as streaming links to the games themselves.
  • Here is your one-stop-shop for everything boxing, be it TV, pay-per-view (PPV), or online, you're covered. While most other sporting events have only a small handful of options, boxing apparently has an armload.
  • The U.S Open is here, and it will be on bar room TV before we know it. Here, you will find everything you need to know, in order to catch every second of the tournament. This includes TV schedules and networks broadcasting it, but it also includes streaming options for the busy remote-folk out there, as well as Youtube channels for highlight videos.
  • Here is a guide for catching every match you'd ever want to see in Champions League soccer. Not only will it provide you with the schedule and calendar, but it also contains other options for watching, such as online streaming on PC or app, as well as physical locations where you can watch each match at your nearest bar.TV ScheduleYou can find the schedule in two different locations.
  • If you're wondering where and how to watch your favorite teams this season, here is your one stop shop. This guide consists of every way you can watch soccer... ahem... futbol from the comfort of your own home, or even in a rowdy pub. That way, you have no excuse for missing a single game.Men's Soccer ScheduleHere, you can find the schedule of every game.
  • It's back, and according to NBCSN, Formula 1 viewership has doubled since 2013. Why not get in on the action? Here's a quick guide to get you started in the right direction. You can watch all 20 races across all of NBC Sports' family of networks, not to mention NBCSports.com, as well as on the NBC Sports App.
  • What a wonderful modern age we live in. Not only can you find out from me some tips and tricks for attending a game with grub on the brain, but you can do it from your own home. Gone are the days where one would have to stumble over an editorial in a magazine or hear it from a kind stranger on the bus.
  • MLB Pre-Season is underway. To get an early jump on your watching buddies at the bar, why not dive into a bevy of almost 300 pre-season games. Although most of the games are only accessed online, our friend Youtube is here to fill in what you may miss.
  • It all comes down to money. In the world of sports, when has sponsorship and success ever not been synonymous? The top brands trip over one another in order to snag the top sports teams, these days. We see it every season, no matter what sport it is, whether it is a small logo on a lapel, or a biker-style rocker on the back of a jersey, logos are a way of life in professional sports.
  • How fast can a human possibly run? Recently, there has been much debate about it amongst sports fans, as well as scientists. Some believe that no one can run faster than 28 miles per hour, that’s because the man who can run that fast, is a six-time Olympic Gold medalist. His name is Usain Bolt (gottta love that last name), and he is also known as “The Fastest Man on Earth”.
  • One word that is arguable the most synonymous with summer, is baseball. Mystery meat hot dogs are flung to sweaty folks in the stands, and overpriced beer is guzzled by the pint, in an attempt to stave off the radioactive heat waves. The Chicago Cubs are leading the NL Central, currently.
  • What started out as a joke in the 1930s, soon became a household word. In reference to teams in small town America, professional baseball players would say they were “growing players down on the farm like corn,” hence the word “Farm System”. It goes by many names: farm system, farm club and farm team(s).
  • The Indianapolis 500 has been an American tradition for over a century. It is synonymous with Memorial Day, open-wheel cars, pork tenderloin sandwiches, the curse of peanuts, Florence Henderson, Jim Nabors and an ice cold bottle of milk. How do they all come together to make up one of the most attended sporting events in America, you ask? Well, it’s a long story.It was 1909.
  • On an icy night in 1905, a player of the championship hockey team of Ottawa drop-kicked the Stanley Cup into the Rideau Canal while celebrating. The cup clanked onto the canal's icy surface and skidded off into the night, only to be recovered the next morning. It was once officially named the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup, but later became known as the Stanley Cup.