Adam Housley Celebrity
Adam Housley (born Arthur Adam Housley on August 13, 1971, in Napa, California) joined Fox News Channel (FNC) in 2001 as a Los Angeles-based correspondent. Most recently Housley was one of the first American reporters on scene in Japan to cover the devastation following the 9.0 earthquake and subsequent tsunami. He and his crew at one point got within 70 miles of the reactors filing live streaming reports for Fox News before the nuclear threat forced them to return to Tokyo. His coverage was mentioned several outlets including The Los Angeles Times, Mediabistro and also in his hometown paper the Napa Register. Housley also covered the 2010 Copiapó mining accident for Fox. He was on site and reporting on October 12 and 13, 2010, as each of the 33 miners, trapped for 69 days, was brought to the surface one at a time in a rescue capsule. His fluency in Spanish was acknowledged by other media including the New York Times and the Hereford Brand. Overall he has reported in eight Latin American countries including Nicaragua, Venezuela and El Salvador reporting on the war against drugs and scoring an exclusive interview with Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega.
1. Pepperdine University Colleges/University
Pepperdine University is an independent, private, medium-sized university affiliated with the Churches of Christ. The university's 830-acre (340 ha) campus overlooking the Pacific Ocean in unincorporated Los Angeles County, California, United States, near Malibu, is the location for Seaver College, the School of Law, the Graduate School of Education and Psychology, the Graziadio School of Business and Management, and the School of Public Policy. Courses are taught in Malibu, at six graduate campuses in southern California, and at international campuses in Germany, England, Italy, China, Switzerland, and Argentina.
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Milwaukee Brewers Baseball
The Milwaukee Brewers are a professional baseball team based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team is a member of the Central Division of Major League Baseball's National League and plays its home games at Miller Park. The team is so named because of the city's association with the brewing industry. Originating in Seattle, Washington, as the Seattle Pilots, the club played for one season in 1969 before being acquired in bankruptcy court by current MLB Commissioner Bud Selig and then moved to Milwaukee. The Brewers were part of the American League from their creation as an expansion club in 1969 through the 1997 season, after which they moved to the National League Central Division. Milwaukee had previously been a National League city when its team was the Milwaukee Braves (1953–1965). In 1982, Milwaukee won the American League East Division and the American League Pennant, earning their only World Series appearance to date. In the Series, they lost to the St. Louis Cardinals, four games to three. In 2008, the Brewers achieved their first postseason berth in the 26 years since their World Series appearance as the wildcard team in the National League.
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Detroit Tigers Baseball
The Detroit Tigers are a Major League Baseball team located in Detroit, Michigan. One of the American League's eight charter franchises, the club was founded in Detroit in 1894 as part of the Western League. The Tigers have won four World Series championships (1935, 1945, 1968, and 1984) and have won the American League pennant 10 times (1907, 1908, 1909, 1934, 1935, 1940, 1945, 1968, 1984, and 2006). The team currently plays their home games at Comerica Park in Downtown Detroit. The Tigers constructed Bennett Park at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Trumbull Avenue and began playing there in 1896. In 1912, the team moved into Navin Field, which was built on the same location. It was expanded in 1938 and renamed Briggs Stadium. It was renamed Tiger Stadium in 1961 and the Tigers played there until moving to Comerica Park in 2000. The club is a charter member of the American League, one of four clubs (with the Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox and Cleveland Indians) still located in its original city. Detroit is also the only member of the Western League, the AL's minor league predecessor, that remains in its original city under its original name.
|World Series||1984||San Diego Padres||4-1|
|World Series||1968||St. Louis Cardinals||4-3|
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|World Series||1935||Chicago Cubs||4-2|