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Reid-Foley, Bichette, Alford lead Rout

BRADENTON, FLA.–Right-hander Sean Reid-Foley got the win throwing four no hit innings as the Toronto Blue Jays SS beat the Pittsburgh Pirates SS 11-0 in Grapefruit League play.     Reid-Foley walked one and struck out four who along with three Blue Jay relievers allowed the Pirates just three hits.     Leading the Blue Jays offence […]

Not so Wild

The Tampa Bay Lightning fought for 60 minutes on Thursday but couldn’t figure out Minnesota goaltender Devan Dubnyk as the Wild defeated the Bolts by a final score of 3-0. The Bolts started slow in the first, being outshot by the Wild 5-1 to begin the game, before a penalty to Tyler Johnson put them […]

Tucker’s Walk-off

Five solo homers for the Pirates with the big one coming as a walk-off gem by Cole Tucker for the 5-4 win. Jordan Lyles looked close to mid-season form pitching four quality innings allowing two runs, only one earned.

Five Ways Sports Betting Could Change in the Future

Sports betting is a global phenomenon to which nothing stands still for long, and companies embark on a seemingly endless battle with each other to attract as many clients as they can. Below are five different variables that are going to change the landscape of sports wagering. Loss of sporting stars A number of sports […]

Eddie Michels Photo Gallery: Rays at Pirates

Kids Blocked in Dunedin

This Toronto Blue jays project is adding a lot of hassles for Dunedin residents… READ MORE

Yankees – Pirates March 2, 2019 (Eddie Michels Gallery)

Blue Jays get First Win of Spring

The Toronto Blue Jays pick up the first win of spring training 2019 with a 2-1 win over Pittsburgh in Bradenton. The starters for both teams looked in February form as Jays starter Matt Shoemaker gave up a long ball to Bucos Jason Martin in the bottom of the first and Pirates starter Clay Holmes […]

Taillon Award Winner

Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander Jameson Taillon received the Taylor Hooton Foundation “All Me Award” for the second year in a row on Monday.   Presenting the award was Don Hooton center to Taillon, left along with Pirates Strength and Conditioning Coach Jim Malone on the right.  The 27 year old Taillon was born in Lakeland, Florida of […]

Hot Corner Guys Pace Pirates at Plate

Tomball Texas Ke’Bryan Kobe Hayes was the hero at the dish for the Pirates today as the Bucos beat the Miami Marlins 10-6 at LECOM Park in Bradenton. Hayes was 2 for 3 with two homers, a two-run variety in the sixth and then the big blast, a walk off grand slam in the ninth. […]