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Gators vs USF Three Game Football Series Set

TAMPA, FLORIDA – USF Director of Athletics Mark Harlan today announced an agreement with the University of Florida to play a three-game football series beginning in 2022. The Bulls and Gators will meet for the first time since 2010 on Sept. 17, 2022 when USF travels to 91,916-seat Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville. The Gators and […]

Kacy Clemons with D-Jays

Kacy Clemons is batting .272 this year in 27 games with Lansing (.301) and 13 games (.209) with Dunedin.  Kacy is one of four sons of Roger Clemons.

Cally and Vasy Star as the Lightning take a 3-2 ECF Lead

With the Tampa Bay Lightning just five wins from hoisting Lord Stanley’s Cup, you have to be thinking no one deserves it more than Ryan Callahan.  Callahan game after game lays down the grit and hustle while never taking a shift off.  Callahan is always grinding, especially on the penalty kill,  rarely getting the  recognition […]

Casey Candaele

Casey Candaele may have grown up in the United Stated but his mother Helen and aunt Margret had to be his baseball influence and they were Canadian.  You see both of the ladies played in the AAGPBL in the 40’s and 50’s and were later elected into the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame along with […]

Lightning Look To Strike Back in Game 3 in the Nation’s Capital

Lightning Fan Base is worried. There is doom and gloom being written by the daily fish-wraps all around town but that’s not unusual, just rare when it comes the Tampa Bay Lightning.  The team is down 2 games to none versus the Washington Capitals and many thought that the Caps were just another stepping stone […]

Lightning Cannot Connect and Fall 4-2 In Game 1 against the Capitals

   

Lightning Defeat The Bruins in Game Five to Advance to ECF

       

Bolts Bash The Bruins In Game 2

   

New Skipper in Dunedin

The Dunedin Blue Jays have a new manager for the 2018 season he’s Casey Candaele.  Candaele played nine years in the show, three with the Montreal Expos as an infielder but that isn’t his strongest Canadian connection.  You see his mother  Helen Callaghan St. Auben is from Vancouver, BC and along with his aunt are […]

Bad Sign, Eh?

Sorry for the poor Blue Jay bird but it did meet its end right in front of the Dunedin Stadium at Grant Field in Dunedin, Fl. the spring training home of the Toronto Blue Jays.  But a sign might still be here as it seems that the residents of the stadium had to be informed […]