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Thomson’s the Phillies’ Guy

Thomson’s the Phillies’ Guy

A little a week ago Rob Thomson had the interim tagged ripped off and was named full-time manager of the Philadelphia Phillies. To be named full-time and manager and be managing in the NLCS just eight days later!

Canadian Connection St. Pete Titans

RHP Matt Brown, a former Ontario Terrier threw a scoreless inning for the St. Petersburg College Titans against the Sunshine State Elite Aces on Friday afternoon at Jack Russell Memorial Stadium in Clearwater, Florida.  Brown went an inning allowing just one hit while walking one and striking out one with a 90 MPH fastball and […]

Bulls Lose More Than Just The Game Against Tulane

The USF Bulls lost 45-31 to the Tulane Green Wave on Saturday on Homecoming Day after putting up a good fight for most of the game with a potential upset in the making. With the Bulls leading 14-10 in the second quarter and with another offensive drive under way, Quarterback Gerry Bohanon took a huge […]

Blue Ridge Rock Fest Takes Flight: A Review of The First Two Days of The Festival

BRRF 2022: Day 1 After a mostly successful year in 2021, Blue Ridge Rock Fest returned to Virginia, promising a bigger and better experience. With more bands, over 175 to be exact, two side-by-side main stages, and a new venue, the festival took place September 8-12th. After grounds complaints last year, the VIRginia International Raceway […]

Jays Complex Minor Damage

Jays Complex Minor Damage

The Blue Jays complex as did the whole Tampa Bay area escaped Hurricane Ian’s major wrath with just some minor windblown damage.

Eddie’s Home!

Okay campers I am now back at my home in Clearwater after living in a Holiday Inn Express for three nights I have survived.  The photo shows potable water being brought in on I 10 and I also so electric repair vehicles with Nebraska plates moving east bound on that interstate.  Then there was a […]

Preparing for Ian’s Landfall

Well fans on Tuesday the 27th after a busy morning I bugged out about 12:25 PM and headed up US 19 for Crestview, Florida.  Yes, traffic on 19 was bad for the first two hours as I only moved north about 55-miles, but things were in and out for traffic until I got to I-10 […]

Are the Kids Safe?

This photo shows Field 2’s left field line at the Toronto Blue Jays Player Development Complex.  It shows a possibly protective net stretched down the area which is on the east side of the Garrison-Jones Elementary School playground.  The netting is supposed to keep batted balls from entering the children’s playground.  Of course, the baseball […]

The Scorpions Bring A Blackout To Tampa

Hurricane season started early this year in Tampa, but it wasn’t because of the weather as the Scorpions brought their Rock Believer tour to Amalie Arena on Wednesday night. The Scorpions also brought some thunder with them as Thunder Mother opened for them after Whitesnake dropped off the bill due to continuing and unfortunate medical […]

Rocking With The Monsters On The Mountain

With an invitation in hand to come and check out the 2022 Monsters on the Mountain music festival, my ‘Jedi behind the lens’ friend Brian (B Man) and I made travel arrangements and the day of could not get here soon enough. We would be flying into Knoxville, TN and then had a ride pre-arranged […]