Saturday, July 23, 2016

L.A. we love it

Tue., August 16 Chase Field - opponent N.Y. Mets  @ 640pm
Promotions: Get $1 Hot Dogs at any Doubleheaders location around the ballpark

Wed., August 17 Angel Stadium of Anaheim  - opponent Seattle Mariners @ 7:05PM
Eco Bag Night

Thu., August 18  New York Mets vs San Francisco Giants @ AT&T Park @ 7:15PM

 Fri., August 19 Boise Hawks vs Eugene Emeralds (A) @ PK Park (Oregon) @ 7:05PM

Sat., August 20 Milwaukee Brewers vs Seattle Mariners @ Safeco Field @ 6:10PM

Sun., August 21 Milwaukee Brewers vs Seattle Mariners @ Safeco Field @ 1:10PM

Mon., August 22 Cleveland Indians vs Oakland Athletics @ Oak Coliseum @ 7:05PM

Tue., August 23 San Francisco Giants vs Los Angeles Dodgers @ Dodger Stadium @ 7:10 PM

Wed., August 24 Chicago Cubs vs San Diego Padres @ Petco Park @12:40PM

Sunday, February 07, 2016

Superbowl Fifty (50)

I was here in North Carolina when Charlotte was awarded a franchise known as the Panthers. What a feeling to go out and get your first Carolina NFL sweat shirt after years of being subjected to the Washington Redskins as the home team.

Back then, you could sign up to get the rights for what amounted to over 2,000 dollars per seat for a PSL (seat license). Being a big sports fan I considered the idea, but the price was outside of my comfort level.

The early days of Panthers football was lead on the field by head coach was Dom Capers.  He made the expansion franchise look pretty good for the first year. Kerry Collins from Penn State was the Panthers first franchise QB.

With any expansion franchise it comes down to the players and the team that come after the early years.  Well, they did put a team together well enough that under head coach John Fox they made a run at the Superbowl trophy. But, they came up short in the championship game.

Fast forward to 2016, and under head coach Riverboat Ron and a new General Manager they are playing for their first Superbowl championship this Sunday.

WR Ted Ginn, Jr. Devin Funchess Kevin Norwood
LT Michael Oher Daryl Williams
LG Andrew Norwell Chris Scott
C Ryan Kalil Fernando Velasco
RG Trai Turner Chris Scott Fernando Velasco
RT Mike Remmers Daryl Williams
TE Greg Olsen Ed Dickson Scott Simonson
WR Philly Brown Jerricho Cotchery Brenton Bersin
QB Cam Newton Derek Anderson Joe Webb
FB Mike Tolbert
RB Jonathan Stewart Fozzy Whittaker Cameron Artis-Payne Brandon Wegher

LDE Charles Johnson Kony Ealy Mario Addison
LDT Star Lotulelei Kyle Love
RDT Kawann Short Dwan Edwards
RDE Jared Allen Ryan Delaire
SLB Shaq Thompson A.J. Klein
MLB Luke Kuechly Ben Jacobs David Mayo
WLB Thomas Davis A.J. Klein
LCB Robert McClain Cortland Finnegan Lou Young
RCB Josh Norman Teddy Williams
SS Roman Harper Dean Marlowe
FS Kurt Coleman Tre Boston Colin Jones
K Graham Gano
P Brad Nortman
KO Graham Gano H Brad Nortman
PR Ted Ginn, Jr. Robert McClain
KR Fozzy Whittaker Joe Webb
LS J.J. Jansen
 Inside Report

Monday, January 18, 2016

The 13 hours Benghazi

Tyrone "Rone" Woods who died played by James Dale
Glen 'Bub' Doherty who died played by  Toby Stephens

13 Hours in Benghazi - Fox News
Mark Oz Geist played by Max Martini (blonde hair)
John "Tig" Tiegen played by Dominic Fumusa
Kris "Tonto" Paranto played by Pablo Schrieber
Jack Silva played by John Kraz is anonymous
Dave Boon "DB" Benton played by Dave Denman  is anomymous

Bob Chief of base played by David Costabile

Team lead
DB recieved call at 9:32pm on radio Global Response staff