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Pirates Camp Update

Former Toronto Blue Jays first rounder Joe Musgrove threw a bullpen session on Friday for the Pittsburgh Pirates.  Drafted 46th overall in 2011 Musgrove was traded to the Astros on July 20, 2012 before being traded to the Pirates on January 13th of this year.  Pirates manager Clint Hurdle has said that he will be […]

Dry Dock at Grant?

Anyone driving on the north-side of Grant Field in Dunedin might have noticed this boat on a trailer parked next to the half field.  Gee fans it has been there about two springs and we are wondering if it will ever see the gulf again.   With a boat at Grant Field how about long […]

Schultz and Tallion with the Bucs

Former Blue Jay Bo Schultz is looking to make the Pittsburgh Pirates for the 2018 season after spending the 2017 season on the DL.  As a Blue Jay in 2017 Schultz had “Tommy John Surgery on March 29 then was outrighted to Triple-A Buffalo on November 1, 2017.  On January 5, 2018 Schultz signed a […]

The Other Side of Sports TOO-The Did You Know Part 3 of ?

Well fans this issue will be one that takes care of some of the little negative pieces here in the Dunedin, Clearwater area that have affected all of those who are trusting their fellow man.  And remember every graph starts with a did you know.      Note; Please check out the photos with this article […]

2018 USF Football Schedule Announced

  Bulls open conference play at home vs. ECU Homecoming set for Oct. 20 vs. UConn, Salute To Service Nov. 3 vs. Tulane TAMPA, FEB. 13, 2018 – Looking to post a third straight 10-win or better season, the USF football team found out its path for the 2018 season when the American Athletic Conference announced schedules […]

Las Vegas Stand

The Las Vegas Golden Knights’ first year in existence could be a feel good script right out of Hollywood.  An expansion team, which is a term to be used loosely, the Knights are anything but.    A little over a week before the major professional sports debut, the NHL debut, the Golden Knights debut… in […]

Getting Russell Ready

Stadium construction continues at the corner of Seminole and Phillies Drive at Jack Russell Stadium in Clearwater on Monday.  The metal stands are part of the original stadium’s expansion in the 60’s and are now being recycled to make seating available for about 12-hundred fans in the near future.  At present the baseball squads of […]

LIGHTNING, NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PARTNER TO HOST NINE-DAY 50/50 RAFFLE FOR FLORIDA RESIDENTS 

TAMPA BAY – The Tampa Bay Lightning and the National Hockey League are partnering to host a multi-day 50/50 raffle for the 2018 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend in Tampa. The nine-day raffle is currently live on www.Bolts5050.com and will end on Sunday, January 28 during the Honda NHL All-Star Game. Fans can purchase their 50/50 raffle tickets at […]

Eddie’s Jack Russell Update

Progress on the rebirth of Jack Russell Stadium continues.  The seating is supposed to hold over 1000 fans to qualify to host a Florida State League game.

The West Coast Flexes it’s Muscles, as the Knights Dominate the Lightning

The top two teams in the NHL  in their respective conferences faced off in Tampa on Thursday night, and just fifty-six seconds in  the Western Conference Knights took the lead.  And yes, that foreshadowed the game to follow. The odds were stacked against the Lightning before the puck even hit the ice, as Rick “Rocket” […]