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Other Side of Sports Too – May 2019

Well since I am not able to present this live as the announcer of the Village of Phoenix’s Memorial Day Parade I might just as well inform you the public with this information I have stumbled upon.       Now this is based on the calendar year 2019 and in five-year increments starting with one everybody […]

Eddie’s Albino Peacock

I guess it’s called an albino peacock so I took the photo anyways in color.  This bird was on the front porch of a home on the 3300 block of Garrison Rd. in Dunedin.  For those who have traveled in the area you know of numerous birds of this colorful specious in the area.

Blue Jays Prospects through the Lens of #EddieMichelsPhoto

RSEN’s Eddie Michels is back at it again in 2019 covering the Florida State League. Here’s a gallery of some the Blue Jays Prospects

Hawk’s Field

 Hawk Patrols Center Field at Jack Russell Stadium

Dunedin says Go Bolts!

Even though Dunedin, Fl. has been the Toronto Blue Jays spring training home since the team’s first season they showed their support for the Tampa Bay Lightning not the Maple Leafs on Friday in front of their main firehouse.  The firefighters were joined by Mayor Julie Ward Bujalski (second from right) and Commissioner Kevin Gow […]

President Trump and the US Media and MLB – The Other Side of Sports TOO

Well fans this long awaited issue is an open letter to Present Donald Trump supporting his stand about the media in this country, as pathetic as most of it is.      You see being in the media but also being in the real world I have seen what you-all the unknowing are having to put […]

New Zealand on the Hill

Connor Gleeson of Auckland, New Zealand, shown here throwing a bullpen session is a pitcher for South Florida State College.  The team was in Clearwater to play St. Petersburg College at the Jack Russell Memorial Stadium.  Because baseball is a fairly new sport to those in New Zealand as compared to other country’s Gleeson said, […]

Parent Parking Problems

After closing the citizen owned Louis A. Vanech Recreational Complex to the public on February 11th this year it’s now blocked off totally for construction purposes.  The parking problem this has created for the parents and students at the Garrison-Jones Elementary School has yet to be alleviated putting both students and their parents at risk […]

Long Term Parking

If this photo looks familiar to you readers it should as the vehicle in the photo hasn’t moved in about three years.  The picture was taken at the parking lot of the City of Dunedin owned Englebert Complex used by the Toronto Blue Jays.   This was taken on December 17, 2018 and the next one […]

Suncoast Brotherhood Riding for Tots

Unlike other parades during the holiday season this one by the Suncoast Brotherhood Motorcycle Club on December 16th has Santa leading the way.  The parade which benefits the “Toys for Tots” Christmas charity was held at American Legion Post 275 in Dunedin after a parade of over 3,000 bikes from the Walmart at US 19 […]