Redbox is a terrific service. I believe there’s a better list than the one they have. Here’s how that occurred:
The Movie Experts at Redbox ranked America's favorite baseball movies, as seen below, via a national Omnibus survey of more than 1,000 U.S. respondents.
America’s Favorite Baseball Movies
1. Field of Dreams
Some players stand out in development camps because of their play. Noah Cates certainly did that. I felt like it took him a day to get used to the talent level and by Day 2 I gave him this report:
Noah Cates – 6-1, 165 – LW – Stillwater High School
All the hype and histrionics over Aaron Judge and some of the over-reaching comparisons to Joe DiMaggio trigger the need to go back and re-visit what the Yankee legend was all about.
He was born Giuseppe Paolo DiMaggio on November 25, 1914 in Martinez, California, one of nine children of Rosalie
Doug Glatt is now a captain. Here's a look at how that's working out for him:
Synopsis: After one too many injuries, hockey enforcer Doug Glatt (Seann William Scott) is forced to give up his aspirations of going to the big show and settle into a buttoned down career as an insurance
Voorhees - - The 3-on-3 scrimmage was fun to watch. I wasn’t watching to see which team won. I was looking for certain attributes with players and see who adjusted well. Here are some of those thoughts.
Mark Friedman – I really liked what I saw. His shot was fast and
He hails from Delaware and so far, his record is (6-1-0) which makes him the #1 ranked Pennsylvania Amateur Bantamweight. At 5-5, 135 pounds he’s been around boxing and wrestling his entire life.
“I started when I was about eight-years-old. I come from a big wrestling family,” Davis said.
He never had
Voorhees - - Connor Bunnaman scored 37 goals last season. Some may be shocked. I wasn’t. I’ve seen him develop at a high rate the past two seasons. He’s always extracting items from development camp that have helped him in the following season.
“I was doing pretty well out there,” said
Darion Hanson – 6-3, 180 – G – Union Commit - He's good post to post. Quick up and down. Covers corners well. Quick cover ups. His head trajectory in traffic needs work. He rarely sees that first puck in traffic. And then you can beat him glove side in
Voorhees - - After the early morning sessions, I took some notes on how the guys looked. Many of them haven’t hit the ice in an organized fashion for a few months.
Connor Bunnaman – 6-1, 207 – C – Showing good agility for a bigger guy. The coaches were working
The U.S. Navy is releasing a video package of Team Navy wounded warrior athletes explaining how adaptive sports and the Department of Defense Warrior Games have been life changing and lifesaving. The athletes are competing in Paralympic-style sports until July 8 in Chicago.
Check out the video here:
They're among 39 athletes