View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Wednesday, April 29, 2009

29th April 2009, 06:35 AM
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1. Softball Heads to #8 Georgia Wednesday

[The Georgia Southern softball team travels to Athens Wednesday to face #8 Georgia in a single game set for 5 p.m.]


2. Jerry Angelo Makes Best of Late Picks

[Backup running back. Matt Forte got an awful lot of work last season, so grabbing someone to take the pressure off him wouldn't hurt. Kevin Jones and Adrian Peterson weren't productive last season. Filled? No. Still, it was a luxury. It's possible the added passing offense enables more production from Jones and Peterson.]


3. Bats awaken; L’Kings end skid

[Perhaps the team knew some extra offense might be needed because the LumberKings scratched scheduled starter Steven Hensley, who has yet to give up an earned run this season, and went with emergency starter Blake Nation. But, Nation did just fine, allowing three hits and two runs (one earned) in four innings. Bobby LaFromboise (1-1) replaced Nation and earned the win with his best outing of the season. He allowed just one hit over three innings.]


4. Bullpen problems hamper Drillers

[Shoulder stiffness led to control problems and a premature exit for Bright, who took the loss as Flint Wipke’s tie breaking ninth inning sacrifice fly lifted the Arkansas Travelers over Tulsa 2-1 before a paid crowd of 2,368 at Drillers Stadium.]


5. Ex-Ravens LB Greisen among 17 new signees

[To make room for all of the new players, the Broncos waived wide receiver Jayson Foster and tight end Adam Bergen. Foster joined the team's practice squad last November but never was on the active roster.]


6. Richey 12th Player to Put Sheet in Gordin's Briefcase

[Jodie Mudd was the first in the briefcase after shooting 64 when Gordin coached at Georgia Southern. "And that was with a triple bogey,'' Gordin said.]