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Fantasy Baseball Listener League Info, Happy Birthday to Dr Ray, Manny went to Louisville & Southern Indiana plus Ron Buono from 9-Zone Baseball.
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Tonight on Cats Talk Vinny and Terry discuss John Calipari and the New Orleans Pelicans job, his speech about the Kentucky Wildcats team goals. They'll look at the Kentucky baseball and softball seasons to date.
Kentucky kids will be all over the NBA Draft, last night the NBA Draft Lottery sorted out the first round picking order which will affect Karl-Anthony Towns first and then go from there.
The Houston Rockets had a great run of games to make it to the Western Conference Finals and have already played game one against the Golden State Warriors. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Atlanta Hawks will start things in the Eastern Conference Finals tonight.
Kwame Fisher-Jones will stop by to let us know what's going on in the Philly sports scene.
There are all kinds of articles citing studies that show kids involved in sports do better in school, are more likely to get into a good college, and have been life skills than kids who don't. The few articles I read that said otherwise, if you looked at them carefully, what they were complaining about was the coach, not the play.
Jerry Seidman was a high school and middle school coach in Montgomery County schools for 35 years. He coached football, wrestling, softball, and, of course, soccer. He saw the benefits first hand to all kids. That's what he's going to talk to us about.
#188: 2015 ACC Coach of the Year , Lonni Alameda, Head Coach, Florida State Softball, joins TCRS to recap the 2015 ACC Conference Tournament, which saw the Noles defeat Boston College, NC State and Pittsburgh. We also discuss the upcoming NCAA Regionals. Coach Alameda Twitter, FSU Twitter, FSU Facebook,
Tomorrow the Coach is talking sports with local baseball coaches.
Jen Pio has her Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology. She currently provides case management and outreach to the homeless community. She is a wife and mother with four beautiful daughters. Jen was born in Albuquerque, new Mexico. Her family then moved to California where she grew up in Long Beach. Jen loves playing softball and enjoying her family. She has always had experiences of what people call "de ja vu", or as she wouId like to say, "It's been seen". Her oldest daughter showed some psychic abilities at a very young age, but it trickled away as the years passed. She thinks partly because it was not focused on or encouraged enough. They currently live in Westminster, CA. for almost 2 years since moving from Kea'au, Hawaii where they lived for almost a year and a half. Jen will be speaking with us about the paranormal in Hawaii and her and her families experiences. One of the stories that we all have heard of is The Curse of Pele. "Pele’s Curse is the belief that anything natively Hawaiian, such as sand, rock, or pumice, will impart bad luck on whoever takes it away from the island. One version about the legend’s genesis is this: a disgruntled park ranger, angry at the number of rocks that were being taken from the islands by visitors, said that Pele would curse them with bad luck should they take anything. Another version often told is that bus drivers, tired of the dirt and grime brought on their buses by the tourists’ collection of rocks, started the story at the beginning of each tour to discourage the rock collecting. True or not, every year countless tourists send these back in order to escape the awful bad luck they acquired". (ZACH ROYER, paranormal Investigator.)
The Tigers and Minnesota Twins play the middle game of the 3-game series at Comerica Park with Kyle Lobstein and Ricky Nolasco on the mound, as the race in the American League Central Division standings keeps heating up in the middle of May.
The Grand Rapids Griffins take a 2-0 series lead to Rockford and take on the Icehogs in Game 3 of the AHL Western Conference Semifinals in the 2015 Calder Cup Playoffs. They have yet to win a playoff game on the road. Did they win one on the road tonight?
The Lions work out safety Glover Quin's option to clear $2.17 million in cap space, sign 2nd-round draft pick Ameer Abdullah to a 4-year, $4.16 million deal, and sign former Chiefs cornerback Chris Owens and former Jets wide receiver Greg Salas to 1-year deals. Plus, Stephen Tulloch is getting better and ready to play in terms of his health.
Michigan Wolverines Football cornerback Blake Countess will transfer for his final season of eligibility after graduating from the university, Dennis Norfleet was NOT dismissed from the Football program; he was suspended, and assistant athletic director Jim Minick was suspended indefinitely for his DUI charge. Their Men's Basketball team will take on the North Carolina State Wolfpack in the upcoming season's Big Ten/ACC Challenge, and former Wolverine Chris Webber has problems with the Fab 5 documentary.
The Michigan State Spartans Football team lands 3-star defensive back Demetric Vance, while their Men's Basketball team is assigned to face the Louisville Cardinals in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
Jennifer Ring is a professor of political science at the University of Nevada, Reno. She is the author of Stolen Bases: Why American Girls Don’t Play Baseball. "This revealing book, which makes an important contribution to sports and women's history, will interest anyone curious about an overlooked segment of amateur athletics."—Craig Clark, Booklist
In 2010 twenty American women were selected to represent Team USA in the fourth Women’s Baseball World Cup in Caracas, Venezuela; most Americans, however, had no idea such a team even existed.
A Game of Their Own chronicles the largely invisible history of women in baseball and offers an account of the 2010 Women’s World Cup tournament. Jennifer Ring includes oral histories of eleven members of the U.S. Women’s National Team, from the moment each player picked up a bat and ball as a young girl to her selection for Team USA. Each story is unique, but they share common themes that will resonate with young female players and fans alike: facing skepticism and taunts from players and parents when taking the batter’s box or the pitcher’s mound, self-doubt, the unceasing pressure to switch to softball, and eventual acceptance by their baseball teammates as they prove themselves as ballplayers. These racially, culturally, and economically diverse players from across the country have ignored the message that their love of the national pastime is “wrong.” Their stories come alive as they recount their battles and most memorable moments playing baseball—the joys of exceeding expectations and the pleasure of honing baseball skills and talent despite the lack of support.
Check out tonight's show as Vinny and Terry talk DeflateGate and Tom Brady's discipline in the latest version of the New England Patriots skirting the rules. John Calipari got a contract extension, Mitch Barnhart gets some love for his work as A.D.
The Kentucky Wildcats baseball and softball schedules will be talked about.
Chris Webber speaks out about the Fab Five days.
The NBA Playoffs are still rolling on as the Houston Rockets live to fight another day. The Washington Wizards and Atlanta Hawks and Memphis Grizzlies and Golden State Warriors engage in pivotal game fives tonight.
Larry Vaught of the Danville Advocate Messenger and vaughtsviews.com stops by at 6:45.
In this episode of the SPARK Physio Radio Show Dr. Carlos Berio talks about the most frequently asked questions from the SPARK Physio Radio Radio Show, what SPARK has been up to over the past few months and upcoming guest speakers.
Dr. Carlos J Berio, PT, DPT, MS, CSCS, CMTPT is a licensed Doctor of Physical Therapy, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Certified Myofascial Trigger Point Therapist. In addition he holds a Master's Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology. He has treated high school, collegiate, recreational, and professional athletes of various sports including baseball, softball, football, hockey, tennis, swimming, golf and the martial arts. His experience as a collegiate and semi-professional athlete as well as a professional baseball coach make him a sought after resource among elite level athletes on the field and in the training room. The concept of 'all the way well' in his work as a physical therapist and fitness professional is what continues to drive Dr. Berio to be the best movement specialist there is.
Carlos remains active in several sports and is an avid agility training, power lifting and adventure race runner. He is an advocate for his patients, clients and his fellow PT colleagues. He can be reached at email@example.com.
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