If you're a big sports fan, You should check out our sister station 600 ESPN El Paso. You can stay up to date with the latest sports stories and videos.

Here are my top 5 posts on 600 ESPN.com right now. Click on each of the headlines to read the full story at 600 ESPN El Paso.


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    Six Reasons Why a Fight Shows Hockey Has the Best Playoffs in Pro Sports [VIDEO]

    Who has the best playoff in professional sports? Hockey. No doubt. And the line brawl that took place between Ottawa and Montreal in Game Three of their series proves it.

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  • 2

    Minor League Player Steals Home to the Delight of All Seven Fans [Video] in the Stands

    Minor League baseball is often the place to find some of the most exciting plays of the year. Thankfully, those plays are available to watch online. It’s much easier than fighting the massive crowds that pack minor league stadiums across the US.

    Take for example this steal of home at a recent Buffalo Bisons game.

  • 3

    NBA on TNT Play By Play Announcer Dick Stockton Talks Playoff Hoops On 600 ESPN El Paso [AUDIO]

    Coming off of last night’s thrilling double overtime game between the Spurs and the Warriors in San Antonio, Hall of Fame play-by-play broadcaster, Dick Stockton joined us today on SportsTalk!

    Stockton talks about the lady that was annoyingly loud after every big Spurs basket down the stretch, the Spurs vs Warriors game and series, the Bulls vs Heat series, the Pacers vs Knicks series, the Grizzlies and Thunder series and much more!

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    NASCAR Nationwide Driver And El Pasoan Jamie Dick On 600 ESPN El Paso [AUDIO]

    Coming off his 12th place finish at this past weekends Aaron’s 312 at Talladega, El Pasoan and NASCAR Nationwide driver of the Viva Auto Group Chevrolet #55, Jamie Dick joined us on SportsTalk on Monday.

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    UTEP Football Will Have 2 Road Games Televised But Not Seen in El Paso

    The 2013 UTEP football schedule features five nationally televised games, but some El Pasoans will have trouble viewing two of them. The Miners play at Rice on October 26th and at North Texas on November 9th. Both games will be carried on Comcast Sports South, which is not available to cable or satellite subscribers in the El Paso area. KVIA-TV general manager Kevin Luvell has already started exploring options to simulcast the two road games on the CW channel, which is also operated by his television station. If Conference USA approves the request, there is an excellent chance that these two road games would be picked up by the CW and seen in both El Paso and Las Cruces.

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