Pom-Pow! off Verlander?

Pom-Pow! off Verlander?

  Dunedin, Fla. — Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and sometimes… it rains. (Crash Davis – Bull Durham)  But in even rarer cases it rains and you win.  Take today for example, Blue Jays win 4-1 in a five inning, rain shortened game with the Detroit Tigers. Dalton Pompey was 2 for 2 in the short […]

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Tolleson goes Yard

Tolleson goes Yard

    Dunedin, Fla.– Steve Tolleson hit his third home run of the spring and the Blue Jays beat the crosstown spring time rival Philadelphia Phillies 4-1.  Tolleson’s home run came on a 2-2 pitch in the 8th inning off Philadelphia reliever Ken Giles.  Giles took the loss dropping to 1-1 on the spring. Aaron […]

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Coaches on the Rise

Coaches on the Rise

    As the clock on the NCAA tournament season counts down, several schools are on the hunt for a new coach.  This could be a coach who is looking for a 2nd chance or taking a chance on an up and coming coach.   Gregg Marshall (Wichita St.) and Bobby Hurley (Buffalo) are just a […]

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Daniel “K” Norris

Daniel “K” Norris

    Sarasota, Fla. — Daniel Norris made a statement for being in the starting rotation this season.  Norris picked up the win (2-0) today as the Birds of the Great White North beat the Birds of the Capital District 5-2.  Norris pitched a stellar six innings yielding three hits, one run, fanning seven and […]

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Basketball

Buffalo Bulls head coach Bobby Hurley speaks at a press conference after the game against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Nationwide Arena. West Virginia won 68-62. (photo USA TODAY Sports / Joe Maiorana)

    As the clock on the NCAA tournament season counts down, several schools are on the hunt for a new coach.  This could be a coach who is looking for a 2nd chance or taking a chance on an up and coming coach.   Gregg Marshall (Wichita St.) and Bobby Hurley (Buffalo) are just a […]

Mar 26, 2015 7:14

Motor Sports

Graham Rahal finished 14th (photo Rodney Meyering / RSEN)

    The 5th Annual Firestone Grand Prix of St. Petersburg Media Kart Day at Andersen Race Park in Palmetto, Florida took on a different spin (literally) this year. A Mayors challenge… Six local Mayors;  Shirley Groover Bryant (Palmetto), Bob Buckhorn (Tampa) Rick Kriseman (St. Petersburg) Samuel Henderson (Gulf Port) Woody Brown (Largo) and Bill Truex (Port […]

Mar 22, 2015 12:16

Entertainment

DP (7 of 18)

  The Drowning Pool Unlucky 13 Anniversary *Sinner* Tour stormed into the Beach Boulevard Concert Hall (BBCH) on March 14, 2015 to a raucous and pumped house of fans. A massive EDM nightclub after 1:00am, the BBCH has plenty of space for fans to socialize, chill on the a leather couch, or raise the horns […]

Mar 22, 2015 11:26

Baseball

Blue Jays center fielder Dalton Pompey deposited one of Justin Verlander's offerings over the right field fence in the second inning to give them an early 1-0 lead over the Tigers. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

  Dunedin, Fla. — Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and sometimes… it rains. (Crash Davis – Bull Durham)  But in even rarer cases it rains and you win.  Take today for example, Blue Jays win 4-1 in a five inning, rain shortened game with the Detroit Tigers. Dalton Pompey was 2 for 2 in the short […]

Mar 27, 2015 20:16

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Pom-Pow! off Verlander?

Blue Jays center fielder Dalton Pompey deposited one of Justin Verlander's offerings over the right field fence in the second inning to give them an early 1-0 lead over the Tigers. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

  Dunedin, Fla. — Sometimes you win, sometimes you lose and sometimes… it rains. (Crash Davis – Bull Durham)  But in even rarer cases it rains and you win.  Take today for example, Blue Jays win 4-1 in a five inning, rain shortened game with the Detroit Tigers. Dalton Pompey was 2 for 2 in the short […]

Tolleson goes Yard

Steve Tolleson hits his third homer of the the spring (EDDIE MICHELSD PHOTO)

    Dunedin, Fla.– Steve Tolleson hit his third home run of the spring and the Blue Jays beat the crosstown spring time rival Philadelphia Phillies 4-1.  Tolleson’s home run came on a 2-2 pitch in the 8th inning off Philadelphia reliever Ken Giles.  Giles took the loss dropping to 1-1 on the spring. Aaron […]

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Coaches on the Rise

Buffalo Bulls head coach Bobby Hurley speaks at a press conference after the game against the West Virginia Mountaineers in the second round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at Nationwide Arena. West Virginia won 68-62. (photo USA TODAY Sports / Joe Maiorana)

    As the clock on the NCAA tournament season counts down, several schools are on the hunt for a new coach.  This could be a coach who is looking for a 2nd chance or taking a chance on an up and coming coach.   Gregg Marshall (Wichita St.) and Bobby Hurley (Buffalo) are just a […]

Daniel “K” Norris

DANIEL NORRIS (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

    Sarasota, Fla. — Daniel Norris made a statement for being in the starting rotation this season.  Norris picked up the win (2-0) today as the Birds of the Great White North beat the Birds of the Capital District 5-2.  Norris pitched a stellar six innings yielding three hits, one run, fanning seven and […]

Spring is in the Air – USF Rosters Set

TOUCHDOWN BULLS!  Rodney Adams scores last season vs. UCONN  (photo USA TODAY Sports / Kim Klement)

Kickoff set for 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 28 at Corbett Stadium Numerous high profile alumni returning for flag football game  (courtesy of USF Athletics) TAMPA, FLA.– Rosters for USF’s annual Spring Game have been set after the team held a weekend draft to determine the Green and White teams. The 2015 Spring Game, presented by […]

Yawkey Way vs. Bronx – Not what it used to Be

Jason Varitek & ARod fisticuffs (Dugout View photo)

  The biggest rivalry in all of sports has taken a hit in recent years. The rivalry between the Red Sox and Yankees has lacked drama and excitement since 2004. I understand that nothing will ever compare to the games played between 2003 and 2004, however, a Kentucky Mens Basketball practice in comparison, has started […]

BoSox Closer for Opening Day?

Koji-Uehara (Dugout View photo)

    Who will close games if Uehara is not ready for Opening Day? According to reports, there is an increased likelihood that Koji Uehara will not be ready for Opening Day. Lingering hamstring issues have detained the progress of the Red Sox closer. Uehara has not pitched since March 14 and isn’t scheduled to […]

Opening Day Line up for Johnson

Brain Johnson - (Dugout View photo)

  The Red Sox enter 2015 with a mixed bag of expectations. Many predict the Red Sox to win the division however, several feel the lack of a true-ace will prevent them from contending. One pitcher certainly making his case to break camp and head to Philadelphia on Opening Day is Brian Johnson. After a […]

A Buehrle of a Sighting

(EDDIE MICHELS/PHOTO)

EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO CATCHES A RARE GLIMPSE OF MARK BUEHRLE THIS SPRING