“She became their little good luck charm,” said Lyndsey’s mother, Lynette Ingram. “I like to say she’s the dugout manager. She gets the bats, helps do the lineup and bosses the boys around.”
This week we’re talking about the changing tides of car culture, Long Beach’s influence, Grand Prix stories and more with special guest and our good friend Ryan ZumMallen who is the author of “Slow Car Fast: The Millennial Mantra Changing Car Culture for Good”
Local restaurateur John Sangmeister’s OEX boat was three days into the biennial sailing race when the crew heard a loud bang.
A competing yacht picked up the nine-man crew of John Sangmeister, who owns Gladstone’s restaurant in Long Beach.
This week on What Up, Long Beach?! Mike & JJ talk to a local sport/performance psychologist who helps explain how mental fitness is changing athletics.
The Bruins have won 47 consecutive league championships, including 2019, making it the longest active league title streak, in any sport, in California or anywhere else in the country.
This week on What Up, Long Beach?!, we’re running down the most important local sports news this week before talking about watching the Women’s World Cup in Long Beach.
“The (first bat toss) was not at all planned,” Betts said. “It was just the emotions clicking over and I totally blacked out. It was everything man, and it all hit me at once.”
Happy Summer, and welcome to our All Baseball episode!
He’s not only forcing Nelson Academy to buy a bigger trophy case, he’s mentoring kids in the heart of the city.