for most people, working on Christmas would be a drag, but for NBA players, its actually an honor. So how did this come to be? Join Wolfie on the last Episode of The History Of for 2019!
Did you know that the LA Dodgers hold the record for most fans to ever attend a home game? Find out how this came to be on a new Episode of The History Of with Wolfie Tash
The Houston Astros have been one of the best team in baseball over the past 3 seasons, however its come with some extra outside help. Join Wolfie as he discusses the hottest topic in baseball over the past week on a special edition of The History Of!
Whats made the 1984 LA Olympics better than any other olympic games? Join Wolfie as he breaks down the 1984 games and looks ahead to 2028 in an all new The History Of!
As the LA Lakers prepare to tip of the 2019-2020 season with one of the best Duos in the league, Wolfie takes a look back at the last time the Lakers had two of the best players in the league.
The Dodgers have been the best team in the National League each of the past two year, but have come up short when it mattered most. Join Wolfie as he explores how the Dodgers dropped each of the past two World Series.
In 1999 Los Angeles built an arena for 3 of their sports teams to share. 20 year later, it’s become one of the most recognizable arenas in the country. Join Wolfie as he explores how the Staples Center came to be.
For the past 9 years, one player has stood out more than any other in the MLB. Join Wolfie as he dissects how that player became the best player in baseball today. Hint, he plays here in Southern CA!
As the football season gets ready to kickoff this weekend, Wolfie looks back at one of the greatest teams in NFL history and how they changed the narrative for Rams football.
USC was the most dominate college football program in the early 2000’s, however they have not been to a national championship since 2005. So whats changed for the men of Troy? Join Wolfie as he discusses how USC went from undefeated to under .500
Alexander “Wolfie” Tash is a sports journalist from Los Angeles. Wolfie was drafted out of High School in the 39th round of the 2013 MLB amateur draft to the Chicago White Sox. After deciding to forgo the minor leagues, he attended college at Chapman University, earning a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism in 2017. Wolfie has spent the past five years working in the sports world for companies such as Fox Sports 1, ESPN, and the LA Clippers. These episodes will aim to teach you something new, to give you a different perspective into what sports have to offer the world, and make you think critically about sports and their actors.