Resources About Sports For Kids

Sports includes all forms of competitive physical activity or games which, through casual or organized participation, aim to use, maintain or improve physical ability and skills while providing enjoyment to participants, and in some cases, entertainment for spectators. Hundreds of sports exist, from those between single contestants, through to those with hundreds of simultaneous participants, either in teams or competing as individuals.

In certain sports such as racing, many contestants may compete, simultaneously or consecutively, with one winner; in others, the contest (a match) is between two sides, each attempting to exceed the other. Some sports allow a tie game; others provide tie-breaking methods to ensure one winner and one loser. A number of contests may be arranged in a tournament producing a champion. Many sports leagues make an annual champion by arranging games in a regular sports season, followed in some cases by playoffs.

Babe Ruth A Brief Biography and Facts For Kids

George Herman Ruth, who would later be known as Babe Ruth, was born in the city of Baltimore in February of 1895. His parents, Kate and George Herman Ruth Senior, owned a bar where they spent many hours working to support the family. When George turned seven years old his parents relinquished custody of him to the missionaries who operated […]

Lou Gehrig Biography and Facts For Kids

Lou Gehrig was a legend in baseball. He rose to fame young in his professional baseball career with the New York Yankees. He is most memorably known for being humble and a true talent to have ever hit the field. But he is also known for dying young which put him in the hall of […]

Football Positions and What Each Does

Center (C)—the center performs the normal blocking functions of all linemen and is the player who puts the ball in play by means of the snap. Offensive guard (OG)—the two guards are the offensive linemen directly on either side of the center and inside the tackles. Like all interior linemen, their function is to block […]

Wrigley Field History and Facts for Kids

Wrigley Field is a baseball venue located in Chicago, Illinois, United States that has served as the home ballpark of the Chicago Cubs since 1916.It was built in 1914 as Weeghman Park for the Chicago Federal League baseball team, the Chicago Whales. It was called Cubs Park between 1920 and 1926 before being renamed for then Cubs team owner and […]

Cleveland Browns Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Cleveland Browns? Randy Lerner How many Super Bowls have the Cleveland Browns won? None Who is the mascot for the Cleveland Browns? Brown Dog, popularized by the dog pound section of seats near the Brown’s end zone. Dog mascots include CB, a bullmastiff, Chomps, a Labrador, TD a German Shepherd, and Trapper, a Weimaraner. […]

Cincinnati Bengals Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Cincinnati Bengals? Mike Brown How many Super Bowls have the Cincinnati Bengals won? None Who is the mascot for the Cincinnati Bengals? “Who Dey”, a Bengal Tiger. The tiger is named “Who Dey” because of the chant that is cheered by the crowd at games, “Who dey think gonna beat dem Bengals?” […]

Green Bay Packers Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Green Bay Packers? Green Bay Packers, Inc. How many Super Bowls have the Green Bay Packers won? Two: 1996 (XXXI), 2011 (XLV) They also have two before what we now call the “Super Bowl” was started: AFL-NFL Super BowlChampionships 1966 (I), 1967 (II) Who is the mascot for the Green Bay Packers? No Mascot What are the Green Bay […]

Houston Texans Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Houston Texans? Bob McNair How many Super Bowls have the Houston Texans won? None Who is the mascot for the Houston Texans? Toro; a dark blue bull What are the Houston Texans team colors? Deep Steel Blue, Battle Red, Liberty White Who designed the Houston Texans logo? Unknown; the logo is the head of a bill that is split down the middle. […]

Atlanta Falcons Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Atlanta Falcons? Arthur Blank How many Super Bowls have the Atlanta Falcons won? None Who is the mascot for the Atlanta Falcons? Freddie Falcon What are the Atlanta Falcons team colors? Red, Black, White, Silver Who designed the Atlanta Falcons logo? Unknown artist: Since 2003, the Falcons logo has been a red and […]

Indianapolis Colts Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Indianapolis Colts? Jim Irsay How many Super Bowls have the Indianapolis Colts won? Two 1970 (V) 2006 (XLI) Who is the mascot for the Indianapolis Colts? “Blue”; a horse that was first used in 2006 What are the Indianapolis Colts team colors? Blue, White Who designed the Indianapolis Colts logo? Horseshoe artist: […]

San Diego Chargers Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the San Diego Chargers? Alex Spanos How many Super Bowls have the San Diego Chargers won? None Who is the mascot for the San Diego Chargers? No Official Mascot What are the San Diego Chargers team colors? Navy Blue, Gold, Powder Blue, White Who designed the San Diego Chargers logo? Unknown Fun Facts About The San Diego Chargers Stadium What Is The San […]

Oakland Raiders Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Oakland Raiders? Al Davis How many Super Bowls have the Oakland Raiders won? Three: 1976 (XI) 1980 (XV) 1983 (XVIII) Who is the mascot for the Oakland Raiders? No Official Mascot What are the Oakland Raiders team colors? Black, Silver Who designed the Oakland Raiders logo? Unknown Fun Facts about Oakland Raiders Stadium […]

Kansas City Chiefs Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Kansas City Chiefs? The Hung Family How many Super Bowls have the Kansas City Chiefs won? One: 1969 (IV) Who is the mascot for the Kansas City Chiefs? K.C. Wolf; a wolf that was created because of a group of fans nicknamed the “Wolfpack” What are the Kansas City Chiefs team colors? Red, White, Gold Who designed the Kansas City Chiefs logo? Lamar […]

Jacksonville Jaguars Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Jacksonville Jaguars? Wayne Weaver How many Super Bowls have the Jacksonville Jaguars won? None Who is the mascot for the Jacksonville Jaguars? Jaxson de Ville; yellow and teal jaguar What are the Jacksonville Jaguars team colors? Teal, Gold, White, Black Who designed the Jacksonville Jaguars logo? Unknown Fun Facts about the Jacksonville Jaguars Stadium What is the Jacksonville Jaguars stadium called? EverBank Field How […]

Minnesota Vikings Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Minnesota Vikings? Zygi Wilf How many Super Bowls have the Minnesota Vikings won? None Who is the mascot for the Minnesota Vikings? Viktor the Viking What are the Minnesota Vikings team colors? Purple, Gold, White Who designed the Minnesota Vikings logo? Unknown, team logo from 1985 to present has been a Viking horn on each side of the helmet. The horn […]

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Malcolm Glazer How many Super Bowls have the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won? One: 2002 (XXXVII) Who is the mascot for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Captain Fear; a pirate captain What are the Tampa Bay Buccaneers team colors? Red, Black, Orange, White, Pewter Who designed the Tampa Bay Buccaneers logo? First Logo: Lamar Sparkman; the first logo gained […]

Buffalo Bills Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Buffalo Bills? Ralph Wilson How many Super Bowls have the Buffalo Bills won? None Who is the mascot for the Buffalo Bills? Billy Buffalo What are the Buffalo Bills team colors? Midnight Navy, Red, Royal Blue, White, Nickel Grey Who designed the Buffalo Bills logo? Unknown Fun Facts about Buffalo Bills Stadium What is the Buffalo Bills stadium called? Ralph Wilson Stadium How many seats are […]

Philadelphia Eagles Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Philadelphia Eagles? Jeffrey Lurle How many Super Bowls have the Philadelphia Eagleswon? None Who is the mascot for the Philadelphia Eagles? Swoop; an eagle What are the Philadelphia Eagles team colors? Midnight Green, Charcoal, Silver, White, Black Who designed the Philadelphia Eagles logo? Unknown; the logo was changed in 1996 from a full-bodied eagle to an eagle’s head Fun Facts about the Philadelphia Eagles Stadium […]

San Francisco 49ers Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the San Francisco 49ers? Denise DeBartolo York and John York How many Super Bowls have the San Francisco 49ers won? Five: 1981 (XVI) 1984 (XIX) 1988 (XXIII) 1989 (XXIV) 1994 (XXIX) Who is the mascot for the San Francisco 49ers? Sourdough Sam; a San Francisco Gold Rush seeker What are the San Francisco 49ers team […]

Washington Redskins Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Washington Redskins? Dan Snyder How many Super Bowls have the Washington Redskins won? Three: 1982 (XVII) 1987 (XXII) 1991 (XXVI) Who is the mascot for the Washington Redskins? A Native American Indian What are the Washington Redskins team colors? Gold, Burgundy Who designed the Washington Redskins logo? Unknown Fun Facts about the […]

New York Giants Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the New York Giants? John Mara and Steve TIsch (each owns 50% of the team) How many Super Bowls have the New York Giants won? Three: 1986 (XXI) 1990 (XXV) 2007 (XLII) Who is the mascot for the New York Giants? No Official Mascot What are the New York Giants team colors? Red, Grey, White, Navy Blue Who designed the New York Giants logo? Unknown; […]

Miami Dolphins Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Miami Dolphins? Stephen Ross (majority owner) How many Super Bowls have the Miami Dolphins won? Two: 1972 (VII) 1973 (VIII) Who is the mascot for the Miami Dolphins? T.D.; a real dolphin What are the Miami Dolphins team colors? Coral (orange), Navy Blue, White, Aqua Who designed the Miami Dolphins logo? Unknown; the logo […]

Baltimore Ravens Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Baltimore Ravens? Steve Bisciotti How many Super Bowls have the Baltimore Ravens won? Two Super Bowl XXXV (2000) Super Bowl XLVII (2013) Who is the mascot for the Baltimore Ravens? Raven named “Poe” What are the Baltimore Ravens team colors? Black, Purple, Gold, White Who designed the Baltimore Ravens logo? The first logo was used from 1996 through 1998 and was likely stolen […]

Philadelphia Phillies: Facts, History, and Stats

The Philadelphia Phillies were originally known as the Quakers and founded in 1883. The team did not have a winning record until their third year of play in 1885. By 1890, the team was known as the Phillies (short for Philadelphia) instead of the Quakers. During their early history, from 1883 to 1920, the team had fluctuating records […]

The Milwaukee Brewers: Facts, History, and Stats

The Milwaukee Brewers are a professional baseball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team is a member of the Central Division of Major League Baseball’s National League and plays its home games at Miller Park. Originating in Seattle, Washington, as the Seattle Pilots, the club played for one season in 1969 before being acquired in bankruptcy court by current MLB […]

Washington Nationals: Facts, History, and Stats

The Washington Nationals are based in Washington D.C. The Nationals are a member of the East Division of the National League of Major League Baseball (MLB). The team moved into newly built Nationals Park in 2008, after playing its first three seasons in RFK Stadium. As the Montreal Expos, they were the first major league team in Canada. They played […]

Baltimore Orioles: Facts, History, and Stats

What are Baltimore Orioles team colors? Black, Orange, White Where did the Baltimore Orioles get their name and why are they called it? The Baltimore Orioles were originally the St. Louis Browns. They played as the Browns for the first 50 years of the club’s history. Upon moving to Baltimore from St. Louis, the team’s owners wished to distance the team from its former history by […]

St. Louis Cardinals: Facts, History, and Stats

The St. Louis Cardinals were founded as the St. Louis Brown Stockings (or Browns) in 1882. The team name remained until 1900 (the team was briefly renamed the Perfectos in 1899), when the St. Louis ballplayers officially adopted their permanent name, the St. Louis Cardinals. The team has the second most World Series championship titles […]

Houston Astros: Facts, History, and Stats

The Houston Astros baseball franchise was formed in 1962 due to league expansions that were decided upon in 1960. The team first played in Colt Stadium, but moved to the Astrodome from 1965 until 1999, when the team was eventually awarded their own baseball stadium, called Enron Field (also known as Astros Field). A new […]

Los Angeles Dodgers: Facts, History, and Stats

The Los Angeles Dodgers were originally founded as the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1890. The team was originally named the Bridegrooms, because many of the teammates had recently become married. The name was later changed to Trolley Dodgers, which was eventually shortened to Dodgers. They remained in Brooklyn until 1958, winning a total of 12 National League Pennants from 1890 to […]

San Francisco Giants: Facts, History, and Stats

The Giants, originally called the Gothams, were established in 1883, by the same owners as the Metropolitans (Mets). They played on the New York Polo Grounds, St. George Grounds and Oakland Park during their early days. The team won their first pennant in 1888. However, in the 1890s, the team struggled as many players left to join […]

Los Angeles Angels: Facts, History, and Stats

The Los Angeles Angels were founded in 1961. Their first season was not a winning season, with a record of 70-91, however, it was the best performance of any MLB expansion team in the history of the game. In 1966, after playing in Wrigley Field (Los Angeles) and Dodger Stadium, Anaheim Stadium was finally completed for the team. They […]

Pittsburgh Pirates: Facts, History, and Stats

The Pittsburgh Alleghneys played their first National League Game on April 30, 1887. They won against the Chicago White Stockings (Chicago Cubs), however their first season was not as fortunate as their first game. The team struggled for their first few seasons, but began to gain ground and turn winning seasons by the end of the 19th century. In […]

Oakland Athletics: Facts, History, and Stats

The Oakland Athletics was first founded as the Philadelphia Athletics in 1901. Connie Mack was the team’s manager for the first 50 years of its existence. He brought the Athletics to World Series championships in 1910, 1911, 1913, 1929 and 1930. In 1955, the team moved its franchise to Kansas City, Missouri. They win their first game against the Detroit […]

Major League Baseball (MLB) Facts and Team Guides

Major League Baseball has been the pastime of America since the National League was formed in 1876. The American League was not added until 1901, making it known as the junior circuit before that. Even in the late 1800s, there were standout players such as Dan Brouthers, John Clarkson, and Cap Anson. The early 1900s […]

Dallas Cowboys Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Dallas Cowboys? Jerry Jones How many Super Bowls have the Dallas Cowboys won? Five: 1972 (VI) 1977 (XII) 1992 (XXVII) 1993 (XXVIII) 1995 (XXX) Who is the mascot for the Dallas Cowboys? Rowdy; a rodeo cowboy What are the Dallas Cowboys team colors? Blue, Navy Blue, White, Silver, Silver Blue Who designed the Dallas […]

Chicago White Sox: Facts, History, and Stats

The Chicago White Sox were born as a team in 1900. They won their first official game against the Cleveland Indians on April, 22, 1901. The White Sox won their first World Series championship in 1906, just 5 years after their inception, against the Chicago Cubs. Comiskey Park was opened in 1910, and replaced the former […]

Minnesota Twins: Facts, History, and Stats

The Minnesota Twins were first established at the end of the 1960 season, when the Washington Senators moved to Minneapolis/St. Paul and became the Minnesota Twins. The team quickly improved their game after the move, recording a second place win in their second season in the Midwest. They won American league Pennants in 1965, 1987 […]

Seattle Seahawks Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Seattle Seahawks? Paul Allen How many Super Bowls have the Seattle Seahawks won? None Who is the mascot for the Seattle Seahawks? Blitz, a hawk What are the Seattle Seahawks team colors? Seahawk Blue, Navy Blue, Neon Green, White Who designed the Seattle Seahawks logo? NFL Properties in-house design team Fun Facts about The Seattle Seahawks Stadium What is the Seattle Seahawks stadium called? Qwest Field […]

Colorado Rockies: Facts, History, and Stats

The Colorado Rockies became one of Major League Baseball’s newest teams when it was selected in 1981 as one of two cities to receive new baseball teams in the National League expansion agreement. In their short history, the team has won three wild card playoff spots, one of which led to the National League Championship Series title. The […]

Tennessee Titans Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Tennessee Titans? Bud Adams How many Super Bowls have the Tennessee Titans won? None Who is the mascot for the Tennessee Titans? T-Rac; a raccoon. The state animal of Tennessee is the raccoon. What are the Tennessee Titans team colors? Navy Blue, Titans Blue, White, Red, Silver Who designed the Tennessee Titans logo? The logo was redesigned in 1999 when the team name changed from […]

Chicago Cubs: Facts, History, and Stats

In 1876, the Chicago White Stockings were one of eight teams selected to be in the National League by William A. Hulbert, the president of the organization and the owner of the Chicago team. During their first season in 1876, Chicago won the National League Championship. In its early years, the Chicago White Stockings became a dynasty, […]

Detroit Tigers: Facts, History, and Stats

The Detroit Tigers were one of the first eight franchises of the American League. The team was founded in 1894. They won the American League Championship in 1907, 1908 and 1909, however none of these wins brought them a World Series Championship. In 1934, the team won their fourth American League Championship, but still did […]

St. Louis Rams Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the St. Louis Rams? Stan Kroenke How many Super Bowls have the St. Louis Rams won? One: 1999 (XXXIV) Who is the mascot for the St. Louis Rams? Rampage; the ram What are the St. Louis Rams team colors? White, New Century Gold, Millennium Blue Who designed the St. Louis Rams logo? Fred Gehrke, […]

NFL Team Guides: NFL Teams, Stadiums, and Players

Below is a growing list of NFL team guides. These sports guides include team information including; history of the NFL teams, tailgating information, where to stay and eat when traveling to see your favorite team, what can be brought into each NFL team stadium, resources about your favorite teams to help with game day facts, […]

New England Patriots Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Patriots? Robert Kraft Who is the mascot for the Patriots? Pat Patriot – a revolutionary minuteman What are the Patriots team colors? Blue, Grey, Red, White Who designed the Patriots logo? Phil Bissell, a Boston Globe artist. The logo was developed in 1960 and was officially used through 1992, although the logo still appears […]

New Orleans Saints Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the New Orleans Saints? Tom Benson, Rita Benson LeBlanc How many Super Bowls have the New Orleans Saints won? One: 2009 (XLIV) Who is the mascot for the New Orleans Saints? Gumbo the Dog Sir Saint What are the New Orleans Saints team colors? Black, White, Old Gold Who designed the New Orleans Saints […]

Facts about the Summer Olympics for Kids

The Summer Olympic Games or the Games of the Olympiad, first held in 1896, are an international multi-sport event, occurring every four years, organized by the International Olympic Committee. Medals are awarded in each event, with gold medals for first place, silver for second and bronze for third, a tradition that started in 1904. The Winter Olympic Games were […]

Chicago Bears Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Chicago Bears? Virginia Halas McCaskey How many Super Bowls have the Chicago Bears won? One 1985 (XX) Who is the mascot for the Chicago Bears? Staley the Bear (Named after franchise founder A.E. Staley What are the Chicago Bears team colors? Navy Blue, Orange, White Who designed the Chicago Bears logo? Unknown. The logo was first a black bear on top […]

Ted Williams Biography and Facts For Kids

Baseball Hall-of-Famer Ted Williams was born on August 30, 1918 in San Diego. He was named Theodore Samuel Williams after his father, Samuel, and Teddy Roosevelt. His father was a soldier, photographer, and sheriff from New York, and his mother was a kind Salvation Army worker from Texas. Williams attended school in San Diego and graduated from Herbert Hoover High […]

Honus Wagner Biography, Stats, and Facts

The Flying Dutchman. Honus Wagner. His real name was Johannes Peter Wagner of German heritage and one of the fastest baseball players ever. He was stocky, bowlegged, built like a football linebacker and his hands were so huge when he picked up groundballs he not only tossed the ball to first base, he threw a […]

Boston Red Sox: Facts, History, and Stats

The Boston Red Sox were founded in 1893 in Toledo, Ohio. The were a member of the Western League until 1900, when the team moved to Boston and became a member of the American League. The team won the first World Series championship that Major League Baseball ever hosted in 1903. In 1914, Babe Ruth became the newest member of the Red […]

Denver Broncos Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Denver Broncos? Pat Bowlen Who is the mascot for the Denver Broncos? Thunder; a real horse Miles; the team’s costumed mascot of a Bronco What are the Denver Broncos team colors? Navy Blue, Orange, White Who designed the Denver Broncos logo? Unknown; the current logo is a horse’s head in profile in the team’s orange […]

Seattle Mariners: Facts, History, and Stats

The Seattle Mariners team was founded in 1977 as part of the Western Division of the American League. They have played at the King Country Domes Stadium (nicknamed the “Kingdome”) from 1977 to 1999. From 1999 to present, the Mariners have played in the newly built Safeco Field. The team has not yet won any World Series […]

New York Jets Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the New York Jets? Woody Johnson How many Super Bowls have the New York Jets won? One: 1968 (III) Who is the mascot for the New York Jets? No Official Mascot What are the New York Jets team colors? Hunter Green, White Who designed the New York Jets logo? Unknown Fun Facts about Jets stadium What is the New York Jets stadium called? New Meadowlands […]

Detroit Lions Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Detroit Lions? William Clay Ford, Sr. How many Super Bowls have the Detroit Lions won? None Who is the mascot for the Detroit Lions? Roary the Lion What are the Detroit Lions team colors? Honolulu Blue, Silver, Black, White Who designed the Detroit Lions logo? Cy Huston, while he did not design […]

Pittsburgh Steelers Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Pittsburgh Steelers? The Rooney Family How many Super Bowls have the Pittsburgh Steelers won? Six 1974 (IX) 1975 (X) 1978 (XIII) 1979 (XIV) 2005 (XL) 2008 (XLIII) Who is the mascot for the Pittsburgh Steelers? Steely McBeam – introduced in 2007 and selected from 70,000 suggestions submitted by Steelers fans. What are […]

Ty Cobb Biography and Facts For Kids

Baseball has produced several legendary baseball players during its history. Players such as Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams have helped to make baseball one of the most popular sports in the world. Another member of the Baseball Hall of Fame that needs to be talked about as one of the greatest players of […]

New York Mets: Facts, History, and Stats

The New York Mets were formed by William Shea, an attorney in New York, in 1959. He wanted to form a third major league of baseball called the Continental league. The Continental League is never formed, but the New York Metropolitan Baseball Club receives membership from the National League of baseball. Their first game is played at Shea Stadium. The […]

Carolina Panthers Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Carolina Panthers? Jerry Richardson How many Super Bowls have the Carolina Panthers won? None Who is the mascot for the Carolina Panthers? Sir Purr, a panther What are the Carolina Panthers team colors? Black, Silver, White, Panther Blue Who designed the Carolina Panthers logo? Unknown Fun Facts about Carolina Panthers Stadium What […]

Cincinnati Reds: Facts, History, and Stats

The Cincinnati Reds were originally called the Red Stockings when they were founded in 1869. They won their first 130 games in 1869 and 1870. Much of the team relocated to play for Boston in 1870, leaving the Red Stockings of Ohio searching for new talent. The team remains the first all-professional baseball team in the country. The team […]

Barry Bonds: Biography, Stats, Facts

Baseball runs in the blood of Barry Bonds; he is the son of Bobby Bonds who was an All-Star professional player in the 1970′s. Bonds grew up in Northern California in San Carlos. His dad taught him the basics of the sports and then Barry decided to follow in his footsteps. Bonds was very athletic all throughout high […]

Atlanta Braves: Facts, History, and Stats

The Braves were originally founded in 1871 as the Boston Red Stockings. The team became the Red Caps, the Doves, Rustlers, Braves, Bees and then Braves once more before leaving Boston for good in 1952. They relocated to Milwaukee, playing from 1953 until 1965 as the Milwaukee Braves. The team moved to its current home, Atlanta, in 1966. They began […]

Arizona Cardinals Guide: Facts and Resources For Gameday

Who owns the Arizona Cardinals? Bill Bidwill How many Super Bowls have the Arizona Cardinals won? None Who is the mascot for the Arizona Cardinals? Big Red; a cardinal What are the Arizona Cardinals team colors? Cardinal Red, White, Black Who designed the Arizona Cardinals logo? Unknown Fun Facts about Arizona Cardinals Stadium What is the Arizona Cardinals stadium called? University of Phoenix Stadium How many seats […]

1936 Olympics History and German Influence

The 1936 Berlin Olympics was perhaps the most controversial games in the history of the Olympics. The games were held during the time when Adolf Hitler’s Nationalist Socialist party was in power. Some people think that Hitler used the games as a propaganda tool to promote his Nazi ideals by deciding to ban non-Aryan athletes from competing in the […]

The Beginners Guide To Hiking For Kids

While there is no way to be prepared for all of the adventures that hiking the backwoods may bring, understanding the basics of the sport will go a long way in making your hikes more enjoyable. As your experience level grows from the novice level, your hiking needs will evolve with you. This overview of […]

New York Yankees: Facts, History, and Stats

The New York Yankees were originally the New York Highlanders. The team was founded in 1903, purchased by Frank Farrell and Bill Devery, who purchased the Baltimore Orioles and moved them to Manhattan. In 1913, the team was purchased from Farrell and Devery by Colonel Jacob Ruppert and Colonel Tillinghast L’Hommedieu Huston. These men purchased […]

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