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May 8, 2014: Baseball may seem like a game with lots of standing around, but between those moments of calm it includes athletes moving with great speed and force — throwing, swinging, fielding, and running the bases.
In today's episode, physical therapist Sue Falsone, who served as the head trainer and physical therapist for the Los Angeles Dodgers during the 2012 and 2013 seasons, provides a glimpse of how baseball players cope with the rigors of the game at the professional level. She also speculates on whether the early single-sport specialization of many youth athletes could be contributing to the recent rash of severe elbow injuries in Major League Baseball.
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• Served in the Department of Homeland Security
• World Trade Center deployment
• Space Shuttle Columbia recovery
• United States Army 2010-2013
• Combat Infantryman
• Purple Heart recipient
• Injured in Afghanistan by enemy 8ARMY2mm recoilless heat round
• Honorably discharged
• Army 11B 2008-2011
• Iraq Deployment
• Purple Heart recipient ARCOM
• Medically retired for injuries sustained to face, arms, and legs from a RKG3 attack on our MRAP
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What better way to celebrate the Greatest Day Of The Year than to have a little pre-party "Gratitude Show"? That's right, on Wednesday, November 25, at 5:00 pm Pacific / 8:00 Eastern, we'll be kicking off our Thanksgiving celebration with the most awesome co-host ever, Kaine Zeoli!
Kaine is an amazing 10 year old dude (who also happens to be Ryan's stepson and Suzanne's buddy). This avid reader, writer, baseball player, and Patriots fanatic has an infectious attitude of gratitude. And this Thanksgiving Eve, he'll share his thoughts about The Greatest Day Of The Year, life, and what he's most thankful for.
We want hear from you! Let's take this opportunity to inspire each other with some serious joy. At showtime, please take a moment to step away from the gravy and call 323-870-3965 and share what you're thankful for.
We dare you.
About Fantasy Dating: Fantasy Dating provides singles with an alternative to scrolling endless online dating profiles by challenging them to dare to date in real life. Like in other Fantasy Sports, players form leagues, set stakes and compete against each other to earn points. But when they Fantasy Date, they earn points by dating.
we are going to talk about what live has been like for us all, we will also talk to Hapeton Brown about the big concert plan for this weekend in Atlanta.
Baseball highlight etc
talk about the un-defeated nfl teams, only two left, also talk about the Tampabay Bucs.
Won more games already this year
Anything Goes with Baseball Hot Stove
Happy Thanksgiving! Besides family and friends, many fantasy football team owners are thankful that we've reached the end of the bye weeks, making lineup decisions a bit easier. Still, as injuries continue to mount (this past week was particularly hard on running backs), the road to your fantasy league's playoffs gets bumpier seemingly by the week. Which players can you rely on for big performances in Week 12?
Tune in to the 4th and Inches Show with Jana & The Sherpa as co-hosts Jana Kimmel and Scott Swanay guide you to victory - now in our 6th season with 100+ shows and still going strong!
We will look at the Turkey Day games.
The best team in football gets no respect.
Could Pats actually run out of players?
Injuries are getting worse it seems. And some are non-contact injuries. Is it hurting the fans too or helping the standings?
In Denver, is Brock the new Peyton?
And we will look at religion in football. Is the NFL the No Faith League?
And ESPN pissed at Johnny Football.
And some coaches may be getting off on a Trojan horse or a Bayou Bengal.
And what is up with the referees?
As always our expert is Eric Snyder. He is the author of a book on the Raiders and Raider Nation. You can hear him on the Power Hour on 1340 Fox Sports Radio in Las Vegas.
Let’s play Fraud or Real or Pretender Contender? Packers Texans Cowboys
Pokes get the 10-0 Panthers but the Cowboys at 3-7 are favorites over the undefeated Panthers. As I said in the beginning, has anyone watched this team? I got the Panthers in a romp.
Bears go to Lambeau to play resurgent Packers. Plus they’re retiring Brett Favre’s number. I have to go with Pack.
A number of new injuries are affecting games this week. Peyton is still out. Flacco is gone for the season – and maybe longer. Are these injuries hurting the fans or helping?
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Moni lives in Ohio and her website is www.monipatterson.com
Kevin Audley MS.Ed., LPC fell two and one-half stories off a roof in college over 30 years ago. After landing on cement and spending a week in intensive care with severe head injuries, Kevin went back to school with a new appreciation for life and his place in it.
Kevin has been a Licensed Professional Counselor and Coach for 19 years. He does not approach his clients in a traditional fashion and utilizes a revolutionary approach (Psych-K) to help his clients quickly reprogram their subconscious mind in two to three sessions.
Kevin lives in Kansas City and his website is www.positiveparentingsolutions.org