Archive for May, 2007

Baseball draft gives glimpse of the future (SportingNews.com)

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Baseball draft gives glimpse of the future (SportingNews.com) Thanks to television coverage of the Major League Baseball draft, tomorrow’s stars will be known soo… Major League Baseball throws high hard one at Slingbox over placeshifting (Ars Technica) Major League Baseball wants the Slingbox sent to the minors, saying that letting Cubs fans watch the WGN […]

Major League Baseball throws high hard one at Slingbox over placeshifting (Ars Technica)

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Major League Baseball throws high hard one at Slingbox over placeshifting (Ars Technica) Major League Baseball wants the Slingbox sent to the minors, saying that letting Cubs fans watch the WGN telecast while vacationing in Vermont is a no-no. Read More… Cuban sees the pros to another league (Boston Globe) Football Dallas Mavericks owner Mark […]

Local seniors end baseball season with stress-free all-star game

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

Local seniors end baseball season with stress-free all-star gameFrederick News-Post – HAGERSTOWN Although some of their seasons ended weeks ago, a few Frederick County baseball players were told not to turn in their uniforms just yet. On Wednesday at Hagerstown Municipal Stadium, the second-annual Mid-Maryland All-Star Baseball Sam Donnellon | Ruiz showing he’s fluent in […]

In the Game (Beaumont Enterprise)

Thursday, May 31st, 2007

In the Game (Beaumont Enterprise) Southeast Texas Baseball Big Blue Camp The Ozen baseball camp has been rescheduled for Monday through Wednesday from 9 a.m. to noon. Clemson Baseball at Myrtle Beach Regional Preview (CSTV’s College Sports) The Tigers will face St. John’s in the first game of the Myrtle Beach Regional at 12:00 p.m. […]

BARBARA CHRISTIANSEN – North County Staff

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

BARBARA CHRISTIANSEN – North County Staff Daily Herald – It’s out with the old and in with the new for a memorial at the American Fork Veterans Hall. The memorial contains nearly 600 photos of veterans of World War II, in two display cases. There is a fabric backing on each, with photos, mostly supplied […]

Top of the Second (Charleston Daily Mail)

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

Top of the Second (Charleston Daily Mail) KANNAPOLIS, N.C. — Jeremy Jeffress, the Milwaukee Brewers’ first-round pick in the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft, was victorious in his West Virginia Power debut here Tuesday. Secret’s out: Goodell idea won’t work (The Florida Times-Union) Roger Goodell has had a productive first year as NFL commissioner, even […]

Fantasy Baseball: Honestly, You Stink

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

Fantasy Baseball: Honestly, You StinkCaspar Star-Tribune – The phrase “I’ve got to be honest with you” is never good news. It’s never followed by, “You’ve won the lottery!” or “You’re my favorite person.” So, receiving two phone calls within a week from fellow fantasy owners who start the conversation with

Crisis Center benefit auction raises more than $30,000

Wednesday, May 30th, 2007

Crisis Center benefit auction raises more than $30,000 Wapakoneta Daily News – Leading up to the auction, Klosterman said she believed the selection of autographed sports memorabilia, such as a No. 10 jersey signed by Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback and Heisman Trophy winner Troy Smith and a football signed by fellow Upper Deck bids for […]

No Art Exhibits Yet at

Tuesday, May 29th, 2007

No Art Exhibits Yet at Manhasset Press – We know that the community has an appreciation for art, and local artists’ work would certainly add color and interest to the empty walls of the community room, general library, and glass display cases. Please support us in obtaining this handsome Bozeman bon-bonsIndependent Record – Hidden in […]

There aren’t any scary guys in Reds clubhouse

Tuesday, May 29th, 2007

There aren’t any scary guys in Reds clubhouseDayton Daily News – He has been bashing baseballs merrily in May. Coincidence? Who believes in coincidences? Q I’ll never forgive Wayne Krivsky, who took credit for it, for trading Sean Casey, who is hitting .364 against left-handers, and for giving his No. 21 to Scott Players learn […]