CHICAGO: Tommy Lasorda, the colorful former manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers and perpetual ambassador for the game of baseball, has passed. He was 93. The National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame was his home in Chicago, and...Learn more
It has come as great sadness to announce Paolo Rossi, Italian soccer great and World Cup winner, has died at the age of 64.Rossi is best known for leading Italy to World Cup glory in 1982, scoring six goals in the tournament, including a...Learn more
The NIASHF would like to congratulate Anthony Rizzo of the Chicago Cubs on winning his fourth Gold Glove Award!
After making a highlight-reel grab, the Cubs’ infielders know they just have to get the baseball into the vicinity of first base most of the time. Anthony Rizzo will take care of the rest. Rizzo’s skills as a defender paid...Learn more
Tony Ferraro, the Chairman of the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame Board of Directors, has announced the unanimous election of Ron Onesti as President of the organization. “The Board of Directors selected Ron Onesti to lead and to...Learn more