Archive for the ‘Baseball’ Category

Little League Baseball in a Positive Way

OSWEGO, N.Y.–This past Memorial Day Weekend I happened to be in Oswego, N.Y. doing a favor for some little league parents I met taking photos of their sons playing in the U 10 Stars and Strikes Tournament.  Now photo one is of a player hitting a double with two RBI’s and the second is of […]

Jet Ski Season

This jet ski was seen parked behind the center field fence of Field 6 at the Toronto Blue Jays Player Development Complex in Dunedin, Florida. With a temporary Florida plate 89FPU on its trailer it is on City of Dunedin property leased by the Blue Jays as a baseball facility.  The question is, is a […]

Come On Blue!

Come On Blue!

CLEARWATER, FLA.–During a co-ed slow pitch softball game on Thursday April 20th at Eddie Moore Complex in Clearwater, Fl. this ump was working (?) the bases during a game and is shown about as far as he got all game from the first baseline.  Both teams complained about him to the home plate umpire who […]

Brown Brings the Heat

Facing Polk State College Canadian RHP Matt Brown (4-6) of Oakville, Ontario dropped his second game in seven days with a number of scouts present.  Pitching at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium in Clearwater, Florida for St. Petersburg College Brown went seven innings, allowing four runs, two earned while walking three and striking out six.  The […]

State College Blanks St. Pete

CLEARWATER, FLA.–Canadian Matt Brown’s record dropped to 4-5 on Friday as he took the St. Pete College’s loss to State College of Florida 8-0 at Jack Russell Stadium.  Brown went six innings allowing eight runs, six earned on 11-hits while walking two and striking out seven.  With a group of professional and college scouts present […]

Sandoval has Rough Start in Slug-fest

CLEARWATER, FLA.–Pitching for the A3 Academy RHP Daniel Sandoval of Toronto, Ontario lasted just an inning on Saturday against St. Pete College.  Sandavol allowed four runs on five hits while walking one and striking out one in a game that sported a final score of 21-15 with St. Pete as the winner.  Son of former […]

Brown, Sanders lead Titans

CLEARWATER, FLA. –Starting and lasting just four innings for St. Petersburg College against the Hillsborough College squad on Friday Matt Brown (3-4) allowed nine of the opponents runs in a 16-13 loss at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium.  Brown allowed eight earned runs on 11 hits while walking none and striking out five.  St. Pete did […]

Rays in a Quickie

Rays in a Quickie

St. Petersburg, Fla. — It only took two hours and one minute to finish eight- and one-half innings at Tropicana Field this afternoon for the Tampa Rays to beat the Boston Red Sox 3-1. With only ten total hits in the game, both teams must be pleased with the pitching performances and Rays staff combining […]

Rays Spring(s) to Another

St. Petersburg, Fla. — Jeffrey Springs had a quality start as if in regular season form and that start got the Rays off to a great start this afternoon at Tropicana Field. Springs struck out seven Braves in four innings of work giving up no runs and yielding three hits and just one freebie. Springs […]

Rays Spring Three in Row

St. Peterburg, Fla. — As the MLB boys of summer hon their skills to be ready for the regular season the Tampa Bay Rays are looking good. Today the Rays outlasted the Minnesota Twins 7-4 at Tropicana Field for three wins in a row. Rays starter, Zach Eflin, threw a spring game quality start going […]