Archive for May, 2006

On the Mark with Mike (Richmond.com)

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

On the Mark with Mike (Richmond.com) Is love or money luring Roger Clemens back to baseball? Sports Radio 910’s Mike Maniscalco explains why it could be both. Ex-NFL lineman tackles gay issues (Orlando Sentinel) Esera Tuaolo’s book is likely to offer different perspective on life in the NFL. A burly bundle of nerves: Atlanta Falcons […]

Why America’s Pastime is Losing Its Identity (Sierra Times)

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Why America’s Pastime is Losing Its Identity (Sierra Times) On a May 28, 2006 Barry Bonds succeeded in hitting his 715th home run to pass Babe Ruth s homerun record and now second to Hank Aaron s Major League Baseball (MLB) all-time home run record of 755, it is representative in a number of ways […]

Baseball’s “kangaroo court” is going the way of the doubleheader

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Baseball’s “kangaroo court” is going the way of the doubleheaderOnMilwaukee.com, Milwaukee – 23 hours agoAt some point this season, most likely after the final out is recorded on a road “getaway day” (baseball lingo for the final game of a series), Milwaukee … BASEBALL STADIUM BUDGETKPVI-TV, ID – 2 hours agoOver two years ago, the city of Idaho Falls […]

Don Banks: Colts are next team headed from bitter defeat to glory (Sports Illustrated)

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Don Banks: Colts are next team headed from bitter defeat to glory (Sports Illustrated) We’re still more than eight months away from the confetti shower at the final gun of next season’s Super Bowl, and another two long sweaty months stand between us and the start of NFL training camps.

Poll: Stadium plans lack public support

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Poll: Stadium plans lack public supportSt. Paul Pioneer Press – With state lawmakers set to resume stadium talks today, a poll published Sunday found most Minnesotans believe the Twins, Vikings and Gophers don’t need new stadiums and should keep playing in the Metrodome. Legislators named last week to a Art ExhibitsStar-Gazette – New listings have […]

They’re brothers, in the NFL, and home-grown in Alachua (Gainesville Sun)

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

They’re brothers, in the NFL, and home-grown in Alachua (Gainesville Sun) ALACHUA – They were like a pack, a gang if you will. Clustered like birds following the wind, they would go from place to place, from park to park on those steaming summer days. Basketball here, football there. We have enough for baseball? Don […]

Golf tournament benefiting American Cancer Society a success

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Golf tournament benefiting American Cancer Society a success North Channel Sun – The greater northwest office of Coldwell Banker United Realtors and friends teed up to fight breast cancer at Gleannloch Farms on, April 24. The occasion was their fifth annual Coldwell Banker United Realtors Golf Tournament benefiting the American North Penn alumni share memories […]

Notepad (Bastrop Daily Enterprise)

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Notepad (Bastrop Daily Enterprise) Matthew Hall will achieve a “first” in Prairie View history Saturday when he suits up for the MPSA Class AA-AAA All-Star baseball game at Trustmark Park in Pearl, Miss., home of the Mississippi Braves. Starting time for the game is 1 p.m. Bonds’ 715th puts a pox on baseball (The Biloxi […]

Accessories protect iPod Nano stylishly

Wednesday, May 31st, 2006

Accessories protect iPod Nano stylishlyDetroit News – Much was made last year of the fragility of the iPod Nano, Apple’s tiny, color-screened MP3 player that took the place of the Shuffle in the firm’s product lineup. There were gripes, complaints, Web-based petition drives and even a lawsuit over To print this article open the file […]

Bonds’ 715th puts a pox on baseball (The Biloxi Sun Herald)

Tuesday, May 30th, 2006

Bonds’ 715th puts a pox on baseball (The Biloxi Sun Herald) Headline: Bonds’ 715th HR an embarrassment to baseball