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Tony Hawk founded the Tony Hawk Foundation in 2002 to promote and help finance public skateparks in low-income areas. Rebecca Joelson hide caption

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Tony Hawk: From Skateboard Misfit To CEO

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San Fran. Giants Humiliate Texas Rangers 9-0

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Giants Win World Series Opener Over Rangers

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Groundskeepers at AT&T Park in San Francisco paint the World Series logo onto the field before the Giants and Texas Rangers started team workouts Tuesday. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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New Faces, Old Stars On Deck For World Series 

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LeBron James (from left), Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat sit on the bench during a game against the San Antonio Spurs. When James and Bosh joined the Heat this year, the team became a juggernaut of talent. Chris Graythen/Getty hide caption

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