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Telling the Truth with Nothing More In Ybor City

Nothing More continued their meteoric rise throughout the rock stratosphere by playing to a sold out crowd at the Ritz Theatre in Tampa’s historic Ybor City on Sunday Night. Out in support of their Grammy nominated release, The Stories We Tell Ourselves, Nothing More decided to tour with a couple of new and up and […]

Go for the Gusto

RHP Ryan Gusto out of Charlotte, N. C. sported a 93-94 MPH fastball for the Florida Southwest College on Monday against St. Petersburg College at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium.  Scouts were in attendance to check the young man out.

NYU Baseball hangs with the Grapefruit League

NYU Coach Doug Kimbler of Beekman Town, N.Y. takes in batting practice at LEMCO Field in Bradenton, Fl. with members of the NYU baseball team.  The team is holding spring workouts at the NY Yankees complex in Tampa.  Then on Tuesday night they will be hosting the Plattsburg State baseball team in a spring training […]

#EddieMichelsPhoto

This guy look familiar??? He is covering major league baseball as he has for the past 28 years.  Not bad for a nobody from Phoenix, N.Y.  “Maybe now I will be back announcing the Phoenix Memorial Day parade with my friend from ESPN,” says Eddie.

Don’t know Left from Flags Right

It seems the employees at Baseball City in St. Petersburg, Fl. don’t know there left from their flags right.  As you look at the scoreboard for the Canadian National Junior baseball game on Saturday the Canadian Flag is on the left where the American Flag should be.  It has been this way for two days […]

President’s not a Cup Lock

Every year around mid March the world of the NHL’s eyes look upon the final playoff run.   With teams having 10 to 12 games left to play the standings jockeying for the NHL’s second season, which starts mid-April, becomes intense. Currently the Tampa Bay Lightning have already amazingly clinched a playoff spot with 112 points […]

Ties in Baseball? Its a Spring Thing

The box score from last night between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Pittsburgh Pirates had no pitchers of record, no winner no loser. The 2 hour and 49 minute affair before just under six thousand fans in Bradenton at LEMCO park ended in a 6-6 tie. Only in the spring practice games game do […]

Arrieta Rocked as Bucos Pound Phils

Phillies starter Jake Arrietta was light up like a the Rockefeller Christmas tree by the Pirates which ended in an 11-2 Pirate drubbing. In 3 1/3 innings the Pirates had six hits, scored five runs all earned off Arrieta. Arrieta issued three walks and gave up two bombs one to Adam Frazier and one to […]

Crooked 5 Insurance Company

The Minnesota Twins took a run one lead into the top of the ninth and added five runs to lead 10-6 as that’s how the score ended when the Pittsburgh Pirates went down in the bottom. A walk, a couple singles, a HBP and a bases clearing triple by LaMonte Wade and then a sacrifice […]

The Kids can’t play there Anymore

On Monday March 11th this reporter viewed the last few pieces of the small playground at the Louis A. Vanech Recreational Complex coming down.  The play area at the City of Dunedin residents owned park is about all that is left of the complex that since February 11th has been blocked from use by its owners […]