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the MINOR sTATEment kicks off the very 1st segment of The World Series featuring the NLCS Champions Giants of San Francisco playing host to the road team ALCS Champions Tigers of Detroit. in Game 1 of a 7 game series.
For the third straight season, the Detroit Tigers had the look of a World Series champ only to fall short in the postseason. What went wrong this time and what is ahead, especially now that Jim Leyland has stepped down as manager?
Tony Paul of the Detroit News will join us to discuss all that and more.
Andrew Dixon of the Andrew Dixon Foundation: San Francisco Giants former Baseball player Andrew Dixion. Along with bringing baseball to Jamaica he is helping to building well need toilets in schools in the rural Parishes of Jamaica ..... Bio: Former professional baseball player in the United States for San Francisco Giants Established baseball program in the primary schools in Jamaica in association with the Institute of Sports teaching baseball to students, teachers and coaches. Provided International Coaching Certification clinic for physical education specialists in twenty-three (23) primary schools. Fundamentals of baseball were offered to 500 summer camp participates at the Insports Summer Camp in Jamaica . The summer programs consisted of (1) hitting, (2) throwing, (3) running bases, and more. The foundation provided summer camp participants with training equipment. We, partnered with the Institute of Sports to provide back to school supplies to hundred of students at Jamaica National Stadium which was donated by the foundations and foundation partners. Five-day baseball clinic with Mike Toomey of Major League Baseball the Kansas City Royals, Mr. Ross Murphy, former professional baseball player and native Jamaican and myself. Great Shape Inc. –SuperKids 2010, at the Sandals Grande in Ocho Rios were Andrew Dixon introduce baseball to students at Newstead Primary in St.Mary
Can the Detroit Tigers finally win another World Series? Are the Detroit Red Wings primed for a run at the Stanley Cup after last season's heartbreaking playoff exit?
This week's Detroit Sports Show is a double dose of preview goodness.
First, we're hitting on the Tigers' playoff matchup with the Oakland A's. What will it take for the AL Central champs to down to the pesky A's again?
Our second half-hour will be devoted to Hockeytown. What's in store for the Wings as they move to the Eastern Conference?
Eccentric antique shop, Loved to Death opens its doors to Science Channel for a second season of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISC, Saturdays at 10pE/P. Loved to Death is more than just a store — it's the heart and soul of the oddest street in town.
The store’s colorful owner Audra, and employee Wednesday, are joined by newcomer Lincoln to take on the eclectic customers and bizarre antiques that enter the Haight Street haven. From germaphobes to ancient artifacts, the ten brand new episodes of ODDITIES: SAN FRANCISCO showcase the weird and wacky world of antiques.
Owner Audra began her career working in a natural history store and her personal collection grew from there. Audra is also an artist and makes the dioramas and jewelry in her upstairs studio. A perfectionist, Audra prides herself in hand-selecting the most perfect items for her shop, traveling from private collections to flea markets on a regular basis.
Wednesday is a part-time Goth model whose longstanding obsession with obscurities made her a perfect fit at Loved to Death. The resident 'brainiac' enjoys researching the origins of bizarre items and often goes into long historical and scientific tangents when explaining them to customers.
The research process continues with a special Halloween episode of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
Speaking of the holiday, Brooklyn Dodgers outfielder Duke Snider once said he hated Halloween because their rival, the New York Giants, shared the colors of black and orange with October 31.
And so, it is fitting that today we have a man on the show so connected to the Baseball Giants franchise.
Peter Magowan was not only their President and Managing General Partner from 1993-2008, but has followed the team ever since growing up off of Central Park on 69th Street in Manhattan. We'll discuss his childhood, heading out to Ebbets Field to watch his Giants play their rivals, the heartbreak he felt when they left in 1957, and saving San Francisco from that same fate when he and a group of investors bought the franchise in the early 1990's.
So, join us at 12PM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
The Detroit News' Tony Paul will join us to discuss the upcoming Detroit Tigers season. Is this the year that the Tigers finally break through and claim their first World Series since 1984?
On our list of conversation topics ...
- Which players might surprise fans this year?
- Who is the biggest threat in the AL Central?
- Was it wise to keep Rick Porcello for the starting rotation?
All that and more as we welcome the 2013 baseball season.
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