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Lightning Defeat the Devils 5-3 in Game 2

     

Lightning Rollercoaster their Way to Victory against the Sabres

  The Tampa Bay Lightning and their fans went on a scoring journey on Friday night while still trying to keep control of first place in the Atlantic division. The Buffalo Sabres were in town and it was another score fest at Amalie Arena with the Bolts getting on the scoreboard 30 seconds into the […]

Dunedin Citizens getting Checks from the Blue Jays?

 Well it’s understood that the Toronto Blue Jays want to take over the Louis A. Vanech Complex in Dunedin to expand their complex.      Now here is the big question since the complex was given to the city for the use by its citizens for recreational use who is going to pay the owners […]

ENGELBERT RV PARK?

Yours truly stumbled on this earlier in the week but this morning I figured a photo and article would be appropriate.      It seems that someone from somewhere has parked their fairly new RV behind field one at the Englebert Recreational Complex, spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays and its minor league […]

Blaise Maris

Blaise Maris, grandson of the first man to break Babe Ruth’s home-run record in in 1961 Roger Maris, faces the St. Petersburg Trojans on Wednesday night.  Playing for South Florida State College out of Avon Park, Blaise is shown here hitting a single to right at Jack Russell Stadium in Clearwater.

Lightning Collapse Against The Coyotes

The Lightning were without two of their top stars on Monday as they faced the Coyotes at Amalie Arena. Steven Stamkos sat out the game which was described as a lower body injury but more specifically for body maintenance. Andrei Vasilevskiy was also out for the Lightning as Louie Domingue got the start against his […]

Bo’s Back

Right-hander Bo Schultz made his first appearance in a major league game on Monday four days short of a year since he had “Tommy John Surgery” last March 29th.   Schultz went one inning in relief allowed just one hit and facing only three batters.  According to sources with the Pirates, Schultz is ahead of […]

50 Years for Huyke

Prior to Monday’s game against the Phillies the Pittsburgh Pirates took time to honor long time minor league coach Woodie Huyke for his 50-years in professional baseball.  Woodie is surrounded by the games umpiring crew, Phillies Manager Gabe Kapler, Pirates manager Clint Hurdle and the honoree himself on the right.

Stretch then Three for the Bucs

Bradenton, Fla.– A three-run inning after the stretch by the Pirates was the difference in a 7-5 win for Pittsburgh over Tampa Bay.  A Will Craig homer, a Colin Moran single and doubles by Josh Harrison and Jose Osuna  hung the crooked 3 in the 7th.   Harrison had two hits with a RBI and Francisco […]

Taillon’s Solid Five nets Bucs Win

Braves Hitting HITTERS AB R H RBI BB K AVG OBP SLG O. Albies2B 3 2 2 2 0 0 .318 .375 .477 J. DeckerRF 2 2 2 1 0 0 .226 .286 .387 E. CarreraLF 3 0 0 0 0 1 .000 .000 .000 L. AdamsCF 2 1 1 1 0 1 .231 .231 […]