View Full Version : Blueblood’s Article Links—Tuesday, August 11, 2009

11th August 2009, 06:46 AM
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1. Eagle D made out of 'TIN'

[“I see a lot of flying around, a lot of intensity,” said defensive lineman Harland Bower after Sunday’s practice – the first full-pads outing. “We just did our T-I-N period – stands for Toughness, Intensity and Nastiness. We get after it out here. The first couple days of camp it’s about that grind, just coming out here and getting used to the bumps and bruises, going at it.”]


2. Pilots take off for CPL finals

[Georgia Southern's Tony Chisman came in to close things out, and made fans sweat by tossing 28 pitches and allowing two hits and one run. "That was a little rough, but I had trust that the defense behind me was going to make plays if I could get the batters to put the ball in play," Chisman said. "We've had that unspoken feeling all season that we could win every game, and I was sitting in the bullpen thinking that we had this one, too."]


3. Their quest for a crown has a new sparkle Paul Sokoloski Opinion

[A native of Nicaragua who grew up in south Florida, Campbell had a forgettable college career at Michigan State and Georgia Southern. He showed up at an Orlando Predators tryout camp this winter hoping to begin a pro career in the Arena Football League, back when there actually was an Arena League. That’s where the Pioneers found him.]

http://www.timesleader.com/sports/Their_quest_for_a_crown_has_a_new_sparkle_Paul_Sok oloski_Opinion_08-11-2009.html

4. Battisto Promoted, Doolittle Joins Suns

[The Jacksonville Suns have made the following transactions on Monday August 10: P A.J. Battisto has been promoted to the New Orleans Zephyrs of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.]


5. RBI-Walk, Trumbo homer give Travs win, 5-4

[Hartsock then walked the last two hitters in the Traveler lineup, Flint Wipke and Ivan Contreras, the latter drawing the game-winning RBI-walk.]


6. Bottom of the line-up powers Hot Rods past Drive

[In the fifth inning Jeremy Beckham made his presence felt in an even bigger way, hammering his first professional home run onto Kentucky Street to give the Hot Rods a 4-1 lead. In honor of his first pro homer, Beckham was named the Koch Air Hottest Hitter of the Game.]


7. Darnell homer gives Storm a win

[Catcher Emmanuel Quiles also homered for the Emeralds while first baseman Jason Hagerty was 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and two runs scored and outfielder Ty Wright was 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI.]