Tim Tebow Offers Fathers Day Sermon On Being A Christian Athlete in San Diego Tim Tebow offered a Father's Day sermon on Sunday in San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium ... Am I passionate about it? And am I willing to sacrifice more than everybody else is willing to sacrifice? Because those three things are really easy to say -- they ... 06/18/2012 - 3:24 pm | View Link
26,000 People Flock to Hear Tim Tebow Speak About His Dad More than 26,000 people flocked to San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium to hear New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow speak about his relationship with his dad, Bob, at a grand Father's Day event on Sunday ... And am I willing to sacrifice more than anybody else?'" 06/17/2012 - 11:55 pm | View Link
Tim Tebow Urges Men To ‘Get In The Game’ Of Christianity During Father’s Day Chat NEW YORK (WFAN) – Tim Tebow scored a road win Sunday to the believers on hand at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, some of whom arrived hours early to hear the quarterback’s Father’s Day message of sacrifice, prayer and the importance of athletes as ... 06/17/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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Willie Mays, Willie McCovey, Leon Wagner, Willie Kirkland, Jim Ray Hart, Bobby and Barry Bonds, Kevin Mitchell, Gary Matthews, Garry Maddox, Jeffrey Leonard, Chili Davis, Frank Robinson and Dusty Baker, with memorable stints from Joe Morgan (that '82 home run off the Dodgers' Terry Forster) and Kenny Lofton (whose single against St.
The A's got the edge in that last and most important category, when Jed Lowrie led off the 11th inning with a base hit and Josh Donaldson doubled him home to give Oakland a strenuous 10-9 victory over the Angels.
Jim Johnson, removed from the closer role last week, worked the final two innings and danced through a two-on, one-out situation in the 11th by getting two groundouts to end the game.
The A's had scored four times in the eighth, with Brandon Moss providing a game-tying single (he was nearly thrown out rounding the bag, the night's trend) and former Angels infielder Alberto Callaspo driving in the go-ahead run with a base hit.
Derek Norris added a pinch-hit two-run single in the eighth, his first non-home-run pinch hit in 23 at-bats.
The A's, though, clambered back to take the lead in the third against Garrett Richards, Josh Reddick walking to open the inning, Craig Gentry and Eric Sogard providing singles.
It is 2014, we have twice elected a black president, and Jackie Robinson is an American icon, celebrated annually on April 15. And yet: Hank Aaron is receiving hate mail, which reminds us that black people are still held to a different standard, when it comes to expressing strong opinions on race.
It’s two weeks into the 2014 season, and despite a nicked-up infield and several key players already on the disabled list, Yankees managing general partner Hal Steinbrenner seems content with the current roster, and unlikely to green light a splashy acquisition like Stephen Drew.
Derick Brassard, the center on the Rangers’ top scoring line and their leading playoff scorer (12 points, two goals) last year, sauntered slowly off the Greenburgh practice ice at approximately 11:34 a.m. on Tuesday clutching his lower back.