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On the Tuesday edition of Sports Time Radio Dan the Man and The Big Jack welcome Patrick Karracker from www. ArchAuthority.com to the podcast to preview the St. Louis cardinals 2015 season. Can the Cardinals continue to dominant the N.L. Central or will the Pittsburgh Pirates or the Chicago Cubs knock them off the top of the division. They'll cover the batting order starting rotation and how the bullpen will set up along with an other pressing Cardinals matters. Remember it's all sports all the time. Follow us on Twitter @SportsTimeRadio @DanZeeeMan @Burketime and @MrFanofSports also check out www.SportsTimeRadio.com
The Tigers and St. Louis Cardinals begin a 3-game interleague series at Busch Stadium, which still could actually be a preview of the 2015 World Series. Also, starting pitcher Shane Greene, who threw 74 pitches in 5 full innings, left the game with mild ulnar neuritis in his pitching elbow. He will be re-evaluated tomorrow.
We have an update on Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock. He may be under contract with the team through June 30th, but he reported that he will make a decision by May 22nd on whether he will return to Detroit or go elsewhere.
*Yadier Molina's weight gain. Good for his defense but will it be bad for his power at the plate?
*Which prospect makes it out of came with the team? Piscotty or Cooney?
*Carlos Martinez kicks off spring training tomorrow. What are we looking for in his first spring start?
*Who is your bat in the lineup that you hope generates the real power?
*Does Pete Kozma make the club?
*What can fans expect from Randal Grichuk this season?
*The wildcard in the bullpen this year is Jordan Walden. A setup man but maybe a potential closer down the line. Like Grichuk in the Freese deal, he was the piece Mo demanded.
Dave Nichols of District Sports Page and Patrick Reddington and Doghouse from Federal baseball discuss the Washington Nationals 7-5 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Tigers try to complete a 3-game sweep of the Cardinals at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on ESPN Sunday Night Baseball. Alfredo Simon starts on the pitcher's mound against Lance Lynn, who has improved his pitching velocity lately.
2015 Calder Cup Playoffs: The Grand Rapids Griffins finish off the Rockford Icehogs in 5 games with a 5-3 win on the road. They will take on either the Utica Comets or the Oklahoma City Barons in the Western Conference Finals.
Mike Babcock update: The San Jose Sharks are scheduled to talk with Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock.
Dan Bartley, another podcaster of Detroit sports on Spreaker that spoke with me on Spreaker Episode 153 yesterday, joins me tonight filling in for Ed Smith, who is covering another boxing match.
We talk the Tigers' 4-3 win in 10 innings over the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium and Miguel Cabrera hitting his 400th major-league home run. Shane Greene is okay as well. Dan and I also preview the Sunday Night Baseball game on ESPN tomorrow night at 8:05.
One little quick update on Red Wings head coach Mike Babcock: The Toronto Maple Leafs and Buffalo Sabres officially file permission to speak with him.
There is football to talk about with the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL. The NFL Draft is done. Tight end John Carlson retired.
Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox talk about the roster changes and the NFL Draft.
Arizona has seven new players. From tackle DJ Humphries to tight end Gerald Christian, the Cards addressed needs and also made some picks that surprised a lot of people. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox go over the picks -- do they love them, like them or hate them? Why?
They go over the role the players might play this year and in future seasons. They talk about their draft regrets and then go over the undrafted rookies added to the fold.
Listen in and keep the conversation going at Revenge of the Birds.
In this, the 75th installment of Revenge of the Birds Radio, is all about the NFL Draft. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox have already talked about the offense and defense for the Arizona Cardinals and players they could target with their 8 picks.
This show is about specific players the hosts like for each of the first three round for the Cardinals. Names like Shane Ray and Todd Gurley come up, while some other names could leave you scratching your head.
After the Cardinals talk, they mock the first round of the draft, giving the moves each team should make and who they think will actually be the pick.
Will either of them be anywhere close to the real thing?
Don't miss this show and head on over to Revenge of the Birds to continue with the conversation.
A look at the upcomingbaseball season from St. Bonaventure University journalism students who have been blogging about spring training.Students following the St. Louis Cardinals, Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres will provide commentary and analysis.
TONIGHT on Full Spectrum Radio join Dennis Estlock and I as we discuss St. Albans this past weekends investigation!!!
Described by many experienced paranormal teams as the “most active location on the east coast” – a night at St Albans Sanatorium is not for the weak or squeamish! Long before the St Albans Lutheran Boys School came into existence in 1892; members of the Powhatan, Shawnee and Cherokee Indian tribes inhabited this land. The Draper’s Meadow Massacre in 1775 tells the story of the horrors faced by early pioneers and of Mary Draper Ingles journey home after her capture by the Shawnees.
The Civil War also had its share of violence on this hill overlooking the New River. In 1865 Union forces defeated Confederate forces during the battles of Newbern and Cloyd’s Mountain. Union artillery bombarded the settlement of Central Depot (now the city of Radford) from the ridge where St Albans stands today.
On June 28, 1980 the heinous murder of Gina Renee Hall was committed not far from St Albans and her blood stained car was found only a few hundred yards away on Hazel Hollow Road. Often when paranormal investigations are conducted in the basement, and in particular the bowling alley, a strange and almost sentient mist is seen in conjunction with the mention of her name.
For nearly a decade paranormal groups have investigated St Albans and the reports of full bodied apparitions, shadow figures, levitating objects, disembodied (often threatening) voices and physical contact are just some of the documented occurrences. A “ghost hunt” at St Albans Sanatorium is much more than an occasional slamming door, benign EVPs, blinking flashlights or rolling balls. It promises to be an evening complete with anticipation, excitement and fear!
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
St. Justin de Jacobis -- Born at San Fele, Italy. At 18 he was ordained. After helping found a Vincentian house at Monopoly, he served as superior at Lecce and in 1839 was sent as the first prefect and vicar apostolic to the new Catholic mission at Adua, Ethiopia. His efforts to evangelize met with great opposition., but in 1841 he was included in a delegation of Ethiopian prelates to Cairo to request the Coptic patriarch of Alexandria to appoint one of his monks Abuna (patriarch) of the Ethiopian church. In Cairo, the patriarch denounced the presence of Father de Jacobis on the delegation and intrigued to a point one Salama as Abuna. Some of the delegation then accompanied Father de Jacobis to meet the Pope in Rome. On his return, Father de Jacobis founded a college and seminary at Guala, and in 1846 a vicariate apostolic of the Galla was established, with William Massaia as its first bishop. These developments caused Salama to launch an anti-Catholic campaign. The college was closed, Catholicism was proscribed, and bishop Massaia was forced to return to Aidan. In 1848, he secretly consecrated Father de Jacobis, now a fugitive, bishop at Massawa, with authority to administer the sacraments in the Ethiopian rite. By 1853, the new bishop had ordained some twenty Ethiopians, was ministering to 5000 Catholics, and was able to reopen the college. In 1860, Kedaref Kassa became king as Theodore II and in return for the backing he had received from Abuna Salama, launched a persecution of the Catholics. Bishop de Jacobis was arrested and improsoned. After release he managed to find his way to Halai in southern Eritrea. He spent the rest of his life in missionary work along the Red Sea coast and died in the valley of Alghedien.