Timbers Army members take the fight against scalping into their own hands.
Matt Braddock wasn’t about to let a fellow Portland Timbers fan pay $80 for a $25 ticket.
Before the Timbers
match against the San Jose Earthquakes on April 14, Braddock saw a
scalper trying t
Only a miraculous turnaround can save the Timbers’ season. It’s not likely to happen.
Troy Perkins was tired of getting shelled.
At the Portland
Timbers’ practice July 16, the team ran a succession of Bugatti-quick
six-on-six scrimmages. Perkins, the Timbers’ goalkeeper, trie
Five things we learned from the Portland Timbers’ first two home games in Major League Soccer.
Portland’s initiation into Major League Soccer played to
sellout crowds last week and produced the Timbers’ first wins of the
For those who weren’t among the 18,600-plus fans to pack
As the Trail Blazers prepare this week for their third
consecutive playoff appearance, Portland seems poised to make a push for
postseason success thanks to the midseason addition of Gerald Wallace.
While most of us slept, Portland cricket fans celebrated one of the world’s biggest sporting events.
At 2:30 am, most late-night establishments release the
drunks and lock the doors. But on Saturday, April 2, last call was when
the party really started for one Portland business.
Swagat, an Indian