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The Atlantic City region hosted Aretha Franklin, Nicki Hilton and Mike Trout, plus more!
Trout is not only playing like no other rookie in MLB history, he’s putting most Major League veterans to shame.
Plus the Album of the Week, Drew Toonz and upcoming shows at Stockton's PAC.
As a young child, Shawn Sanford thought his father, Jimmy Sanford, was an actual superhero.
Quinton Miller is a 6’1’’, 185-pound right-handed pitcher who attended Shawnee High School in Medford, N.J., Burlington County from 2004-2008.
“It freaked me out. I don’t really know exactly what happened next, but I dug down deep and decided that I’m either going to stop baseball and get a job, or I have to do something here. My last few games, I took the ball and threw it as hard as I possibly could.”
Outfielder Mike Trout, a 2009 Millville Senior High School graduate who was promoted to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim from Double-A last week, had a somewhat rough start to his Major League Baseball (MLB) career this past weekend.
Widely considered the top prospect in baseball, Trout was selected 25th overall by the Angels in the 2009 MLB Draft. Since then, the local product has been tearing up the minor leagues, which led to his promotion.
The Wrecking Crüe
Laughing with George Lopez
Fight Night at Boardwalk Hall