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Dry Dock in Dunedin

Well fans it appears that the Toronto Blue Jays have turned Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field into a dry dock.  Shown in the photo looking thru the fence shows a blue boat Florida tag FLO572JB.  It’s on a trailer, looks sea worthy and it has only been sitting on this site for a couple of […]

Pitts”Burgh” a Location as being Defensible, such as a Hill, a Fort, or a Fortified Settlement

A new mission is being established in this football dynasty city.  Mike Tomlin, head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers has engaged in a new kind of game.  His mission is to help O.U.R. (Operation Underground Railroad) seek, rescue and deliver children caught and sold into the horrific world of sex trafficking. Yes, the premier “Steel […]

Parking Fee?

Well for about the past three years this vehicle in the center of the picture has been sitting at the Englebert Complex off Solon Ave. in Dunedin.  This early spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays and it’s minor leagues is also home of the Gulf Coast League Blue Jays.  Now as you look […]

Bad Tenant in Dunedin

The Toronto Blue Jays which lease the Englebert Complex from the City of Dunedin are neglecting the city property they lease.  The complex which has five full size baseball fields, one half field and a large clubhouse appears to be going down his by its leasers.  The photo shows the left center field area of […]

College football’s best programs since 2010: Alabama widens the gap

Are you an aspiring football star? Looking for a school to catapult your career? You might just want to choose your school well based on the credibility of its football program.  We will help you look at some of the best institutions that can help you to realise your football dream and get you a […]

The Lost Beauty of Baseball

A bunch of young 16 year olds playing a casual game of baseball where no one is keeping score- seems like a relaxing game isn’t it? But the kids were not on the field for their enjoyment. They were performing in front of major league hotspots and scouts in a showcase event. All the teenagers […]

Balan’s Short Outting

Lefty Petru Balan of Triaspol, Moldova lasted just three hitters today for the Twins Gulf Coast League team against the Rays in Port Charlotte.  Balan walked two and allowed a base hit before being relieved.  In six games since signing with the Twins organization Balan is 0-1 with a 0.00 era. (EDDIE MICHELS PHOTO)

Australian Baker Solid in Three for GCL Tigers

Facing the GCL Braves for the Tigers West  squad Perth, Australia native Jake Baker started and threw three no hit innings as the Tigers beat the Braves 5-3 in game two of a double header at the ESPN Wide World of Sports at Disney World.  Baker walked two and struckout four as the only hit […]

Liberatore make Pro Debut

Lefty Matthew Liberatore the Tampa Bay Rays first pick (16th overall) in the June 2018 Draft made his pro appearance Friday against the Orioles Rookie Level GCL squad.  On a pitch count Liberatore started and threw just an inning and two-thirds allowing two unearned runs and taking the loss.  Afterwards he appeared to have no […]

USF is Head over Heels for Michael Kelly

  TAMPA, Fla. – University of South Florida System President Judy Genshaft today announced the appointment of Michael Kelly as USF’s new vice president of athletics. Kelly, currently the chief operating officer for the College Football Playoff, will be officially introduced at a news conference on Friday, June 29 on the USF campus in Tampa. […]