Sunday, September 16, 2012

It's Sunday

It's Sunday. Here's what's happening....


Today is September 16th, the 260th day of 2012. There are 106 days left in the year.


A message to our fans.

CBA expires with no agreement reached.

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Owain Glyndwr was proclaimed Prince of Wales on this date in 1400, after rebelling against English rule. He was the last Welsh-born Prince of Wales.


Lions hold off late surge to sink Boatmen at BC Place.

Stamp Down: Cornish, Glenn lead rout of Bombers.

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The Mayflower departed from Plymouth, England on this date in 1620. The ship arrived at Provincetown, MA, on November 21st and then at Plymouth, MA, on December 26th. There were 102 passengers onboard.


5-5 Saskatchewan's next action is this afternoon at 1:00pm EDT at 6-4 Montreal. Catch the game on 620 CKRM with Rod Pedersen and Carm Carteri calling the action. The game can be seen in Canada on TSN and in the U.S. online at

The view from Regina: Riders QB Willy to get first career start vs. Alouettes.

The view from Montreal: Time for Montreal Alouettes to suck it up against Riders.

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The village of Shawmut changed its name to Boston on this date in 1630.


New York, NY. -- Josh Freeman changed his diet, trading the midnight runs to Taco Bell for grilled chicken and broccoli and losing 20 pounds with the leaner cuisine.

On the field, he also learned how to eat the football.

Read the rest here.


On this date in 1782, the Great Seal of the United States was impressed on a document to negotiate a prisoner of war agreement with the British. It was the first official use of the impression.


Jimmy explores his classroom.


Let's see, what's on the agenda for today....Saskatchewan Roughriders football. How 'bout you?


New York, NY. -- Without putting runners in scoring position, the Rays hardly have opportunities to bring them home.

Tampa Bay struggled to get runners on early against Ivan Nova and, in turn, didn't have much of a chance to bring them home during a 5-3 loss to the Yankees on Saturday afternoon at Yankee Stadium.

Read the rest here.


The "Cherokee Strip" in Oklahoma was swarmed by hundreds of thousands of settlers on this date in 1893.


Phoenix, AZ.--
The Giants' catcher thrived offensively Saturday. His 3-for-4 evening featured a two-run, tiebreaking homer in the sixth inning, which surely will help his chances in the Most Valuable Player balloting.

San Francisco's catcher also excelled on defense. He ushered Barry Zito and three relievers through Arizona's lineup and threw out two would-be basestealers, including a breathtaking peg from his knees to retire the second runner.

That catcher, who did so much to forge the Giants' 3-2 victory over the D-backs, actually was a pair of people. You've guessed their identities, of course -- Buster Posey, who made one of his occasional shifts to first base, and Hector Sanchez, who actually donned the tools of ignorance as the Giants won their fourth game in a row.

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General Motors was founded by William Crapo "Billy" Durant on this date in 1908. The company was formed by merging the Buick and Olds car companies.


Today in Elvis History

1961 - Elvis Presley's single "Wild In The Country/I Feel So Bad" hit #4 in the U.K.

1963 - Elvis Presley received the songs that director Gene Nelson and musical director Fred Karger had chosen for "Kissin' Cousins."

1967 - Elvis Presley's single "There's Always Me" hit #56 in the U.S.

1972 - The "New Musical Express" reported that "Elvis Says No To Britain." Colonel Parker had cited unsuitable venues as the reason.

2003 - Elvis Presley's estate closed Elvis Presley's Memphis restaurant-nightclub. The venture had been open for six years.


On this date in 1940, U.S. President Roosevelt signed into law the Selective Training and Service Act, which set up the first peacetime military draft in U.S. history.


Today in Beatles History:

1963 - "She Loves You" was released by the Beatles in the U.S. It was on the tiny Swan label and did not receive much attention until after the relase of "I Want to Hold Your Hand."

1967 - The Beatles re-recorded "Your Mother Should Know."

1970 - Led Zeppelin knocked the Beatles out of their position as the U.K.'s most popular group in a Melody Maker poll.

1972 - John Lennon and Yoko Ono released "Some Time in New York City." The album was free with a second disc of a live performance of the couple backed by the Mothers of Invention.

2010 - Paul McCartney's website announced that McCartney's 1973 album "Band on the Run" would be reissued in November 2010.


On this date in 1941, "The Arkansas Traveler" debuted on CBS Radio. The show was later renamed "The Bob Burns Show."


Today in Sports History:

1924 - Jim Bottomley knocked in 12 runs in a single game setting a major league baseball record.

1953 - The St. Louis Browns of the American League were given permission to move to Baltimore, MD, where they became the Baltimore Orioles.

1988 - Tom Browning pitched the 12th perfect game in major league baseball.

2004 - NHL commissioner Gary Bettman imposed a lockout due to an impasse in contract negotiations. The players union and NHL officials did not meet again until December 9.


"The Andy Griffith Show" was seen for the final time on CBS on this date in 1968.


JOLIET, Ill. -- It was a statement victory for defending Nationwide Series champion Ricky Stenhouse Jr., who won Saturday's Dollar General 300 Powered by Coca-Cola at Chicagoland Speedway and simultaneously wrestled the series lead from Elliott Sadler.

The victory was Stenhouse's fifth of the season and the seventh of his career. He crossed the finish line 2.402 seconds ahead of Kyle Busch, who fell one spot short of posting his first victory in the Nationwide car he owns.

Read the rest here.


The Episcopal Church formally approved women to be ordained as priests and bishops on this date in 1976.


Coming up:

Tonight --

Empire South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Florida Eels 9:00am EDT

EJHL South Hockey -- Tampa Bay Juniors at Florida Eels 11:30am EDT

CFL Football -- Saskatchewan Roughriders at Montreal Alouettes 1:00pm EDT

NFL Football -- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New York Giants 1:00pm EDT

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- Geico 400 at Chicagoland Speedway 1:00pm EDT

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at New York Yankees 1:05pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at Arizona Diamondbacks 4:10pm EDT


That's it for today. Thanks for stopping by, I hope that you'll do so tomorrow too. Thanks again!

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