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List of Articles by Eddie Alinea


There are 1,302 articles attributed to this author.
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San Miguel’s role in discovering and developing Filipino sports heroes
10 Apr 2018
From the time the first batch of parbusters teed off in 1913 to signal the birth of the Philippine Open, San Miguel Corp. and its flagship product Beer, under the leadership of the Soriano family – headed by its patriarch Don Andres Sr., his son Andres Jr. and grandson Andres III, has been, up to t

Beeremen’s PBA Philippine Cup win relives SMC’s years of rich tradition in sports (Frist of a Series)
08 Apr 2018

For emerging victorious for a record-tying four consecutive times in the recently-ended PBA Philippine Cup, the SM Beermen upheld San Miguel Corp.’s rich winning tradition in the local sports scenes. For proving anew the

OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Memories of the Pacquiao-Roach long and successful partnership
07 Apr 2018

In 1992, when Freddie Roach was planning to put up his own gym, his training guru, Eddie Futch, the man considered as the greatest trainer of all time, told him to forget his plan and concentrate on just training boxers as owni

Pacman will start training for Matthysse fight next month
06 Apr 2018

The Manny Pacquiao-Lucas Matthysse World Boxing Association welterweight title fight has been moved. And so was the training schedule, particularly of the Filipino eight division champion. Originally set to start on

Beermen give Hotshots dose of their own medicine
06 Apr 2018
The Magnolia Hotshots looked to have really found the secret on how to beat sister team San Miguel Beermen. Employing a switching man defense on SMB’s dreaded shooters, the Hotshots hounded the Beermen all throughout the 48-minute Game 4, forcing the four-peat seeking enemies to play catch up all

Has the long, 17-year Pacquiao-Roach partnership ended?
04 Apr 2018

It’s final, Filipino ring icon and Senator Manny Pacquiao will return to fight Lucas Matthysse on July 15 (Manila time) in Kuala Lumpur. It’s official, too, that Hall of Famer Freddie Roach won’t be handling he eight-di

The Philippines as Olympic Games host?
04 Apr 2018

The International Olympic Committee has opened its door to poor countries like the Philippine to experience hosting the Olympic Games by relaxing its rules on the cost of bidding that, in the past, has proven a big burden for t

The legend of Orlando Binarao
02 Apr 2018

Orlando Binarao. Whenever sports fans gather and the conversation turns, as it should, to discussion on the “best Filipino baseball or softball player,” expect someone to mention name you never heard. Of course, many will

Quo vadis, Warriors?
31 Mar 2018

Four years ago, the Golden State Warriors hired Steve Kerr as coach in what, by design, started the team’s road to greatness. Since then, Kerr’s Warriors made three finals appearances, winning two NBA championships

29 Mar 2018

Jesse Owens. The Presidential Medal of Freedom bestowed Jesse Owens by President Gerald Ford in 1976 was sold for $128,617 at an auction on Sunday, seven days before the observance of his 38th death anniversary. The

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