How to make your home a place of recreation and relaxation

When the hassle of Christmas-preparations (see wikipedia) is over, when we come home after long working days from the bustling streets of the city, we all have one dearest wish we usually keep to ourselves only. We long for a bit of a rest, for some quiet moments we got all to ourselves, to let go off the stress and demands and to sit back and just feel at home. Why not fulfill a wish you´ve kept for so long and find a nice little place of recreation and relaxation for your home?

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Harden dominates Red Sox

TOKYO — The A’s got a dominant start from right-hander Rich Harden and a three-run homer from outfielder Emil Brown on Wednesday as Oakland topped the Red Sox, 5-1, at Tokyo Dome to salvage a split in the two-game Opening Series Japan 2008. (more…)

How U.S. Sports Measure Up to the Gold Standard of Testing

Nobody wants to hear that testing for performance-enhancing drugs doesn’t work — least of all the professional and amateur sports organizations that have spent the past several years answering to Congress, insisting they want their fields to be clean. (more…)

Historic Baseball Weekend; The Women’s Hall of Fame Classic begins July 4th

Dozens of women who made history playing professional baseball during the 1940s and 1950s will reunite and meet some of the most skilled female baseball players in the world during the Women’s Hall of Fame Classic July 4-6 at historic Simmons Field in Kenosha, Wisconsin. (more…)

Four Cities to Compete to Host 2016 Games

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) announced today that Chicago (USA), Tokyo (Japan), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), and Madrid (Spain) have made it on to the shortlist of cities bidding to host the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Candidate Cities were accepted unanimously from seven Applicant Cities, which also included Prague (Czech Republic), Baku (Azerbaijan) and Doha (Qatar)*. (more…)

Major League Baseball, Taylor Hooton Foundation Extend Commitment

Baseball Commissioner Allan H. (Bud) Selig and Taylor Hooton Foundation President Don Hooton jointly announced today that, over the next three years, Major League Baseball will provide $1.5 million and other forms of support to the Taylor Hooton Foundation as part of an aggressive grassroots anti-steroid educational program. (more…)

Road to World Championships Begins in Thunder Bay

Release courtesy of the Thunder Bay International Baseball Association
June 10th, 2008

Korean Game Week Wrap-Up

Woori vs. KIA (more…)

MLB Owners Get Tougher on Drugs

Official Press Release
Courtest Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players’ Association

Three Doubleheaders in NLA this Weekend

After having a weekend off due to Whitsuntide, the Swiss NLA league features three double headers Saturday and Sunday. In the premier matchup, the THERWIL FLYERS Flyers, (1-1), travel to Zurich to take on the BARRACUDAS, (4-2). Some of the biggest news of the week coming out of THERWIL as they have signed John Alexander, (a catcher with pro experience), who joined the team last Monday. (more…)

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