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City of Miami Invitational RECAP & World Championships PREVIEW
Join the PointClickFish.com as we talk to the Bohicket Marina Invitational Billfish Tournament team about their upcoming tournament and Leg 2 of the 2014 South Carolina Governor's Cup Billfishing Series. For more information join us LIVE on the radio and visit http://bohicket.com/events/billfish-invitational/
WATCH THE ACTION LIVE ALL WEEK - June 4 – 7 here http://pcflive.com/bohicket/
May 21 – 24 - 47th Annual Georgetown Blue Marlin Tournament
June 4 – 7 - Bohicket Marina Invitational Billfish Tournament
June 18 – 21- Carolina Billfish Classic
July 9 – 12 - MEGADOCK Billfishing Tournament
July 23 – 26 - Edisto Marina Billfish Tournament
$25,000 HR Derby Challenge at the 2014 City of Miami Invitational Tournament as well as other information including:
Upcoming ISPS Tournament Events
2014 ISPS World Championships
in Self Help
SRN Live Remote at the Wills McGahee Celebrity Golf Invitational
This week Big Al and HookSlide talk far too much about Joe Nathan and the bullpen in general, wonder how Jim Leyland would handle the closer situation, complain about All-Star Game coverage and the Home Run Derby, and learn Phil Coke is a really nice guy.
Bless You Boys Podcast 120 was recorded July 20, 2014, has a running time of 60 minutes, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
Bad start to the second half: For better or worse, the Detroit Tigers remain streaky as all Hell. They start the second half by losing three straight to the Indians.
Time to replace Joe Nathan? Another bad outing for Nathan in Saturday night's 5-2 loss, giving up three runs in the top of the ninth.
Ausmus not ready for a closer change: When asked about the possibility of demoting Nathan, Ausmus admitted it was a possibility.
"I'm sure there's a possibility I could reach a point sometime. I'm not near that point. I'll let you know when I am."
Bullpen struggles: The bullpen's combined numbers in the first two games of the Cleveland series: Seven innings, eight earned runs, 15 hits, five walks.
Miguel Cabrera's admission: He tried to backtrack after admitting in a Spanish language interview his lower body was still affected by last season's groin injury and resulting surgery.
The Derek Jeter Invitational, aka MLB's All-Star Game: On FOX, it was ALL DEREK JETER, ALL THE DAMN TIME.
The Home Run Derby: It's broken. The derby is too damn long, there's too much Chris Berman, and few true home run hitters take part.
Adventures with Phil Coke: Hookslide and Hookslide Jr. have nothing but good things to say about the Tigers' left-hander.
Join us Thursday, May 8th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk. We'll be airing a special series of short interviews that Jay Whaley recorded at the Kraftwerks Invitational 2014, an annual free event that's hosted at Precious Metals West's foundry in Ontario, California.
Interviews recorded that day include:
Arstist, jeweler, and teacher Jim Grahl of J. Grahl Designs;
Robert Lumabao, the Fine Gold Foundary Supervisor at Precious Metals West;
Helmut and Jackie Fernandez from AMEX Assayers;
Matt Feliksa from Golden Sun Manufacturing on platinum; and
Event host Daniel Ballard from Precious Metals West on Kraftwerks and more!
To learn more about Kraftwerks and Precious Metals West, visit: http://preciousmetalswest.com.
Its been a little while but I'm back. The last two weeks have been hectic but AMAZING. I got to train with the best by the Best Jr Lefevre. I got to embark on something new, an Invitational hosted by myself, Cheryl Murphy's Invitational Shiai, and I competed in an international tournament the US Open.
Join co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres as they check in to bring you the latest news, insights, analysis, interviews and much more from the world of golf.
The International Crown’s new sponsor, Abu Dhabi and Dubai falling out of love with Tiger Woods, Johnny Miller’s new TV deal with NBC, renovations on two PGA Tour stops golf courses and the young man who ran onto OSU football field will be the subjects on The Par-5 News.
On the Practice Range, Fred and Carlos will bring their insight on the recently announcement of the 2015 World Golf Hall of Fame inductees Dame Laura Davies, Australian David Graham, American Mark O’Meara, and late course designer A.W. Tillinghast, as well as the new selection process in place from this year on.
The Very Important Guest of the Week (VIG) will be John Lee, President and CEO of the Legends Invitational Golf Tournament and George Miller the Executive Vice President of Club Crown by Vive.
Ann talks to former NY Giants Brian Kelley, Rick Keiser, the Exe. Dir of the Navy SEAL Museum & John Lee, Organizer of the Legends Invitational about the Nov 14-17 charity golf tourney on the Monterey Peninsula and to Greg Kelly, Editor of 'Sports Ilustrated's NFL QB' book.
Sunday October 19th, 11:00 am The SUNDAY BRUNCH SHOW!
Join us as we welcome Christine Bannon-Rodrigues and R Marcos Taylor, incredible martial artists and acting professionals!
Christine is an 8th degree Black Belt, holds 9 World Championships, including consecutive 3-time World Titles at the W.A.K.O Games. Christine has acted for both film and television, including the feature films Sci-Fighter (aka X-Treme Fighter) and 27 Dresses. Her stunt work can be seen in a number of Hollywood productions, including Batman and Robin, and The Next Karate Kid. She has appeared on TV in WMAC Masters & Mortal Kombat Annihilation, and did the martial arts choreography for the film Champions of the Deep (2012).
Marcos began intensive training in: Karate Taekwondo, Muay Thai, Capoeira, and Hapkido, and has more than twenty years of training in these forms. Marcus holds the rank of Kru in Muay Thai and also trains in other martial art forms including: Kung Fu, Boxing, Judo, Ninjitsu, and Gracie Jui Jitsu. He is the NJ StateTaekwondo Champion 1994, YB Choi Taekwondo Invitational Champion 1995, and the Muay Thai Warriors Cup Super-Heavy Weight Champion 2010. He was also a certified personal trainer, gym owner, professional fighter, bodyguard, and has taught martial arts and self-defense locally and internationally for the last twenty-four years. Marcus also works as an actor and stuntman.