View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Tuesday, June 30, 2009

30th June 2009, 07:22 AM
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1. Chris Mederos Signs With Oakland As

[“I reported to the Arizona League to get into game shape, and they could be moving me to either Vancouver or Kane County whenever I’m ready. I have been throwing bullpen, will throw to hitters at the end of this week and could be pitching in games next week,” said Mederos. “It was a tough decision to make. I talked to my parents and see what they thought, and I thought about it all day after I got the news. I feel like I made a good decision. When I came here (to Arizona) it was what I thought it would be like, getting to play baseball all day and pursue my dreams (of playing professional baseball) further which is what I wanted to do since I was a little kid.”]


2. Barber Dominates Florida Amateur; FSC's Stauch Seventh

[Logan Blondell, McHugh's teammate at LHS and now playing for Georgia Southern, finished 29th (74-72-80-75).]


3. Former Peach County head coach returns to Middle Georgia to take part in a coaches clinic

[“It was a great chance to visit Middle Georgia and see old friends,” said Gillespie, who is entering his third season on Chris Hatcher’s staff. “I coached against a lot of people in this room. I love getting back to Middle Georgia and talking about football. I had a lot of good years at Peach County, and this area is full of special people who always treated me great.”]


4. Legends’ Bono too tough for Hot Rods

[From there, Bono worked his way in and out of jams for much of the night. He induced Jeremy Beckham into a 4-6-3, bases-loaded double play in the fourth before forcing the Hot Rods to strand runners on second and third the very next inning.]


5. Emry bucks trend on Als' defence

[Montreal won't announce its practice roster until tomorrow. But six recently released players - receivers S.J. Green, Marco Thomas and Chris Nickson; linebackers John Mohring, Ivan Brown and Stan van Sichem - continue practising.]


6. Frontrunners and wild cards up for UWF hoops

[Jeff Price, former head coach at Georgia Southern — As a 10-year head coach in Division I, he has the best experience of the group bar none. But he resigned abruptly in the offseason and an NCAA investigation (academics) looms over his old program.]