Chris Anders was born and raised in Santa Barbara, CA. In 2002 he moved to Los Angeles to attend Loyola Marymount University. After graduating with a degree in Recording Arts, Chris joined Fox Sports Radio’s editing department. He worked his way to the title of Senior Editor and shortly thereafter joined the imaging department of Fox Sports Radio and AM570 KLAC.
Being a Southern California native, Chris developed a love for the Lakers and Dodgers at an early age and has carried that passion with him throughout his life. When not working, watching sports, or tinkering with his fantasy teams, you can usually find Chris hanging out with his Boston Terrier, playing music, and writing "Bio's" about himself in the 3rd person.
Last night Kobe Bryant tore his achilles. It was the exclamation point of awful to round out an already disastrous season.
Will Kobe come back? Probably. No one can match his insane drive and passion for the game, which means he'll most likely do whatever it takes to come back for at least one final year. I'd bet he follows the example of Mariano Rivera, refusing to let his career end on an injury. But at his age we can't possibly know for sure.
Regardless of what happens, it has been a tough year for Lakers fans. So now I invite you to take 10 minutes, sit back, and remember the good times. Check out this Kobe retrospective video and enjoy:
Check out this video of Oakland A’s slugger Yoenis Cespedes taking batting practice. Why am I watching a video of spring training BP you may ask? Oh, I don’t know, how about because Cespedes hit a home run WITH THE DONUT STILL ATTACHED TO THE BAT!
The best part is that Cespedes called his shot, telling A’s manager Bob Melvin that he would go deep with the donut still on the bat. I believe the kids refer to that as swagger.
The Cuban Babe Ruth everybody, Mr. Yoenis Cespedes.
(thanks to LarryBrownSports.com for finding the video of this)