Thursday, May 30, 2013

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Today is May 30th, the 150th day of 2013. There are 215 days left in the year.


Blackhawks outlast Red Wings in OT to win Game 7.

Rangers fire Tortorella following four-plus seasons.

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On this date in 1873, the first daily newspaper was published in the U.S. by Benjamin Towner called "The Pennsylvania Evening Post"


2013 U.S. National Inline Team Roster Announced

Team USA to Compete at 2013 IIHF InLine World Championship June 2-8

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey announced today the 15 players that will comprise the 2013 U.S. National Inline Team that will compete at the 2013 International Ice Hockey Federation World InLine Championship in Dresden, Germany, June 2-8.
Team USA has reached the gold-medal game in three of the last four world championships, most recently winning the gold medal in 2010. Last year, the U.S. claimed fifth place.
"There was a great depth of talent when selecting this year's team," said Dan Brennan, general manager of the U.S. National Inline Team. "We have a great mix of youth and veterans and we're excited to compete in Germany next month."
The roster is highlighted by eight players that were members of the 2012 U.S. National Inline Team, including goaltenders Jerry Kuhn (Southgate, Mich.) and Nick Maricic (Alta Loma, Calif.); defensemen Rafael Rodriguez(Oceanside, Calif.), Greg Thompson (Bayport, N.Y.) and C.J. Yoder (Colorado Springs, Colo.); and forwards Junior Cadiz (Los Angeles, Calif.) and Travis Noe (Thousand Oaks, Calif.). Additionally, Jami Yoder (Hersey, Pa.), who served as an assistant coach for last year's team, will join the roster as a defenseman this year.
For a complete roster, click here.
Team USA will begin play Sunday, June 2, at 8 a.m. EDT against Slovenia. A full schedule is below.
NOTES: Goaltender Nick Maricic is an alumnus of USA Hockey's National Team Development Program (2006-08) and helped Yale University win the 2013 NCAA Men's Frozen Four ... Former U.S. National Inline Team member Joe Cook (Mission Viejo, Calif.) will serve as head coach of the 2013 U.S. National Inline Team for the fourth time ... In the 16-year history of the IIHF InLine Hockey World Championship, the United States has won five gold medals (1996, 1997, 2004, 2006, 2010), four silver medals (1998, 2001, 2009, 2011) and three bronze medals (2000, 2003, 2005). There was no tournament held in 1999.
Team USA 2013 IIHF InLine World Championship Schedule
Dresden, Germany • Network Energy Arena 
DateOpponentTime (Local/EDT)
Sun., June 2Slovenia2:00 p.m./8:00 a.m.
Mon., June 3Canada6:00 p.m./12:00 p.m.
Tues., June 4Slovakia2:00 p.m./8:00 a.m.
Thurs., June 6QuarterfinalsTBD
Fri., June 7SemifinalsTBD
Sat., June 8Bronze Medal Game4:30 p.m./10:30 a.m.
Gold Medal Game7:00 p.m./1:00 p.m.

USA Hockey Annual Award Winners Announced

2013 Annual Congress Held June 5-8 in Colorado Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - USA Hockey will host its 2013 Annual Congress Wednesday, June 5, through Saturday, June 8, at the Hotel Elegante in Colorado Springs, Colo. The four-day event provides USA Hockey's various councils, committees and affiliates the opportunity to conduct the business of the national governing body and celebrate the year's accomplishments. In addition, two dinners will be staged to honor those who have contributed to the success of USA Hockey and celebrate the 2012-13 season.
USA Hockey
2013 Annual Congress
Awards Dinner Honorees
Wed., June 5, 2013

Adult Ironman of the Year,
presented by Labatt Blue

Sue Ring-Jarvi (Anoka, Minn.)

Bob Allen Women's Player of the Year
Amanda Kessel (Madison, Wis.) 

Dave Tyler Junior Player of the Year 
Taylor Cammarata (Plymouth, Minn.)

Dave Peterson Goalie of the Year,
presented by Bauer Hockey

Charlie Lindgren (Lakeville, Minn.)

College Player of the Year,
presented by Bauer Hockey

Eric Hartzell (White Bear Lake, Minn.) 

Disabled Athlete of the Year
Christy Gardner (Lewiston, Maine)
President's Award Honorees
Fri., June 7, 2013

Adult Member of the Year,
presented by Labatt Blue

Tom Cline (Sylvania, Ohio)

Bob Johnson Award,presented by Nike
John Gibson (Pittsburgh, Pa.)
Chet Stewart AwardKevin Upton (Washington, D.C)
Distinguished Achievement AwardPhil Housley (Stillwater, Minn.)
Excellence in Safety Award,
presented by Shock Doctor 
Doug Abrams (Columbia, Mo.)
Walter Yaciuk AwardAl Bloomer (Red Lodge, Mont.)

Wm. Thayer Tutt Award 
Doug Ackley (Massena, N.Y.)

USA Hockey will honor its service award recipients and various players of the year on June 5 at its annual Night of Tribute Awards Dinner, while other top award winners will be recognized during the President's Awards Dinner June 7.
Wednesday's award recipients include Adult Ironman of the Year Sue Ring-Jarvi (Anoka, Minn.), Bob Allen Women's Player of the YearAmanda Kessel (Madison, Wis.), Dave Tyler Junior Player of the YearTaylor Cammarata (Plymouth, Minn.), Dave Peterson Goalie of the Year Charlie Lindgren (Lakeville, Minn.), College Player of the YearEric Hartzell (White Bear Lake, Minn.), and Disabled Athlete of the Year Christy Gardner (Lewiston, Maine).
President's Awards Dinner honorees will include Adult Member of the Year Tom Cline (Sylvania, Ohio), Bob Johnson Award winnerJohn Gibson (Pittsburgh, Pa.), Distinguished Achievement Award recipient Phil Housley (Stillwater, Minn.), and Chet Stewart Award honoree Kevin Upton (Washington, D.C.).
Also recognized on Friday will be Excellence in Safety Award recipientDoug Abrams (Columbia, Mo.), Walter Yaciuk Award winner Al Bloomer (Red Lodge, Mont.), and Wm. Thayer Tutt Award honoreeDoug Ackley (Massena, N.Y.).
Media are invited to attend both awards dinners. Please contact Rob Koch ( or 719-538-1169) in USA Hockey's communications department by Friday (May 31) for accreditation and seating. Athletes, coaches and dignitaries will be made available for interviews upon request.
Night of Tribute Award Dinner Winners
JarviSue Ring-Jarvi
Adult Ironman of the Year, presented by Labatt Blue
Widely recognized as a pioneer in Minnesota women’s hockey, Sue Ring-Jarvi organized the University of Minnesota’s Women’s Hockey Club Team in 1974 and initiated girls’ hockey programs throughout the metro area from 1976-78. She was also part of the movement that led Minnesota to become the first state to recognize girls’ hockey as a varsity sport in 1994. Ring-Jarvi was inducted into the University of Minnesota’s National M Club Sports Hall of Fame in 2003 and was recognized with the Joe Burke Award in 2007, presented annually to the person who has given outstanding contribution, support, and dedication to women’s ice hockey. She also remains an active player in the sport, most recently competing with the Minnesota Blue J Bandits at the 2013 Toyota-USA Hockey National Championships.
DugganAmanda Kessel
Bob Allen Women's Player of the Year

It is hard to imagine a more successful season than Amanda Kessel enjoyed in 2012-13 as she won the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, helped her University of Minnesota team to an undefeated season capped by winning the NCAA championship, and earned a gold medal as a member of Team USA at the International Ice Hockey Federation Women’s World Championship. With the Gophers, the junior forward led the nation with a career-high 101 points (46 goals, 55 assists), becoming only the fourth player in NCAA history to reach 100 points in a season. She also became the 24th player in NCAA history to reach 200 career points and only the ninth to do so in three seasons. Kessel, a First-Team All-America selection, was also named WCHA Player of the Year and was selected to the All-WCHA First Team and WCHA All-Academic Team. At the IIHF Women’s World Championship, she scored the game-winning goal in the gold-medal game to help Team USA secure its fourth gold medal in the last five world championships. She was named U.S. Player of the Game and earned recognition as one of the top three players of the tournament for Team USA.
CammarataTaylor Cammarata
Dave Tyler Junior Player of the Year
Taylor Cammarata is the third player from the Waterloo Black Hawks to earn USA Hockey’s Junior Player of the Year Award after emerging as the top offensive threat in the United States Hockey League in 2012-13. Cammarata was named both the USHL’s Forward of the Year and Player of the Year after leading the league with 38 goals and 93 points in 59 games this season. His 55 assists placed second overall in the league. The high-scoring forward notched at least one point in 48 of 59 games played and tallied 29 multiple-point games, including a six-point effort on Oct. 28 at Youngstown. He was plus or even in 53 of his 59 games and placed fourth in the league with a plus-39 rating. Cammarata was also a member of the U.S. Junior Select Team this past fall that earned first place at the 2012 World Junior A Challenge. He recorded four points in the event, including a goal and three assists in four games.
LindgrenCharlie Lindgren
Dave Peterson Goalie of the Year, presented by Bauer Hockey
Netminder Charlie Lindgren helped the Sioux Falls Stampede to the United States Hockey League’s Western Conference crown and a second-place finish overall in the league with a 35-14-2 regular-season record. He led the USHL in wins and played in all but 12 of the team’s 64 games. His 35 victories contributed to 72 of Sioux Falls’ 92 total points in 2012-13. Lindgren allowed two or fewer goals on 24 occasions, including a pair of shutouts, and finished the regular season with a 2.80 goals against average and .900 save percentage. He was fifth in the league with 1,198 saves and appeared in all 10 playoff games for Sioux Falls, posting a 5-5 record along with a 2.52 goals against average and .921 save percentage. Lindgren will take his talents to St. Cloud, Minn., in 2013-14 where he will play for the St. Cloud State University Huskies.
HartzellEric Hartzell
College Player of the Year, presented by Bauer Hockey
Eric Hartzell enjoyed a stellar season anchoring Quinnipiac University, with his 30-7-5 record helping the Bobcats to the ECAC Hockey regular-season title, the school’s first-ever trip to the NCAA Men’s Frozen and a national runner-up finish. The senior goaltender was selected to the 2012-13 American Hockey Coaches Association CCM Division I All-America East First Team and was also the 2012-13 USCHO Player of the Year. His campaign also earned him ECAC Hockey Player of the Year and ECAC Hockey Ken Dryden Goaltender of the Year honors. Additionally, he was named to the All-ECAC Hockey First Team and NCAA East Regional All-Tournament Team. The Hobey Baker finalist allowed two goals or fewer in 35 of his 42 starts and led the Bobcats to the top overall team defense in the nation. He posted a 1.57 goals-against average, a .933 save percentage and led the nation with 2,522 minutes played. His five shutouts tied for third overall. Hartzell also backstopped the Bobcats while Quinnipiac went 18-0-3 during a 21-game unbeaten streak that ran from Nov. 9 to Feb. 9. Hartzell leaves the Bobcats with an all-time record of 58-27-17, along with a 1.96 goals-against average and .924 save percentage.
KnappChristy Gardner
Disabled Athlete of the Year
An accomplished high school athlete, Christy Gardner participated in many different sports throughout her life and earned a scholarship to Long Island University for field hockey and lacrosse. After college, she enlisted in the army and was stationed in Korea, where she suffered injuries that ended her ability to play standard sports and almost left her unable to live on her own. After successful rehabilitation, and with the help of a faithful service dog named Moxie, Gardner was able to regain her life and independence. She has also rediscovered her inner athlete through the sport of sled hockey. Now, she acts as a mentor to younger disabled athletes both on and off the ice. She not only encourages them to practice and learn as much as they can about the sport, but also models how to be a tremendous friend, teammate and athlete. In January, she organized an event to bring her sled hockey team to her hometown of Lewiston, Maine, where they played a series of games against the team from the University of New Hampshire. She is also the only female player on the military sled team, the USA Warriors.
President's Award Dinner Honorees
ClineTom Cline
Adult Member of the Year, presented by Labatt Blue
As the general manager of Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter Sports, Tom Cline has been involved with the sport of ice hockey since he began playing at that facility as a youngster in 1972. Hired as operations manager in 1991, Cline has been instrumental in the expansion of the facility through the addition of a second ice surface in 1993 and an indoor turf field in 2001. In the past three years, his responsibilities have grown to include direction of both the house/recreation and travel hockey programs, along with the recent acquisition of two businesses vertically integrated into the overall operation. Under his guidance, the number of adult leagues has doubled with the introduction of an over-35 league in the early 1990s and a subsequent over-50 league, complete with a waiting list. In addition, the youth hockey department has increased the number of skaters at the facility, expanded program offerings, provided a stronger base for girls' hockey and codified player development across both house and travel teams as a means of retaining and creating a better player experience.

The Adult Member of the Year Award is presented to an individual who has made outstanding contributions during many years of service to the ice hockey community as an adult player and/or volunteer.
GibsonJohn Gibson
Bob Johnson Award

John Gibson enjoyed unprecedented success on the international stage during a memorable 2013 and has quickly built an impressive resume with Team USA. Gibson began the year backstopping the U.S. National Junior Team to the gold medal at the IIHF World Junior Championship. He posted a 5-0-0-2 record and was selected Most Valuable Player of the championship. Gibson also received the directorate award as the tournament’s best goaltender, was selected to the Media All-Star Team and was named one of Team USA’s best three players of the tournament. He set the U.S. record for save percentage (.955) for a single World Junior Championship and his 1.36 goals-against average ranked third by a U.S. goalie in a single tournament. The 19-year-old netminder proceeded to help the U.S. Men’s National Team earn a bronze medal at the 2013 IIHF Men’s World Championship, where he finished second in goaltending with a 1.56 goals against average and .951 save percentage. He became the second-youngest netminder in world championship history to win a playoff game with an 8-3 victory over Russia in the quarterfinals before backstopping Team USA to a bronze medal shootout win over Finland.

The Bob Johnson Award recognizes excellence in international hockey competition during a specific season of play. 
UptonKevin Upton
Chet Stewart Award
Kevin Upton has been associated with USA Hockey for more than 35 years as a coach, administrator, on-ice official and supervisor throughout Virginia and the greater Washington, D.C. area. As an administrator in the 1970s, Upton established the Hampton Roads Youth Hockey Association, was a co-founder of the Mid-Atlantic Youth Hockey League and organized the first local officials association in Virginia. He then moved to Washington, D.C., where he concentrated on officiating and was eventually elected president of the Southeastern Hockey Officials Association in 1989.  Several of his programs and policies are still in effect today. Upton worked as an on-ice official for numerous USA Hockey district and regional championships and has been a supervisor of officials for six national championships. He is noted for implementing a culture of integrity and accountability among officials that resonates from his career in the military, from which he retired a Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army.

The Chet Steward Award
 recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the USA Hockey Officiating Education Program during many years of service to the hockey community as an official or volunteer.
HousleyPhil Housley
Distinguished Achievement Award
In 2012-13, Phil Housley helped the United States capture medals at two international competitions. As head coach of the 2013 U.S. National Junior Team, he guided Team USA to the gold medal at the IIHF World Junior Championship in January and then in May, as an assistant coach, he was part of Team USA’s bronze-medal-winning effort at the IIHF Men’s World Championship. Housley also served as an assistant coach for the U.S. National Junior Team in 2007 and 2011, helping each team collect a bronze medal. In addition, he was an assistant coach for the 2010 U.S. Men’s National Team. A nine-time member of the U.S. Men’s National Team (1982, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1996, 2000, 2001, 2003), Housley earned a silver medal with the U.S. Olympic Men’s Ice Hockey Team at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City, Utah, and also helped Team USA win the first-ever World Cup of Hockey in 1996. Housley enjoyed a 21-year career in the National Hockey League, where he finished with 1,232 points (338-894), the most ever by an American defenseman.

The Distinguished Achievement Award is presented to a U.S. citizen who has made hockey his or her profession and has made outstanding contributions on or off the ice to the sport in America.
SmithDoug Abrams
Excellence in Safety Award, presented by Shock Doctor
Doug Abrams, a University of Missouri law professor, coached youth hockey for 42 years. Now he speaks and writes law journal articles, book chapters, newspaper editorials, and regular blog columns about player safety and the role of youth sports in America. Abrams played a major role in creating mid-Missouri’s organized youth hockey teams beginning in 1991. During his 11 years as the new mid-Missouri youth hockey association’s first president, enrollment grew from 25 players to 185 by assuring fair and equal opportunity, providing need-based scholarships, and stressing citizenship education. His teams’ community service projects won national, state and local recognition. With royalties from his four books about family law and juvenile law, he created Happiness for Health, a permanent endowment that provides toys, stuffed animals, games, and parties for the sick and injured patients at the University of Missouri Children’s Hospital. He also served on the Missouri Bar’s Children and the Law Commission, and he wrote several pediatric health and safety statutes. He serves on the Advisory Board of the Missouri Division of Youth Services, one of the nation’s foremost juvenile justice treatment agencies. He also serves on the Missouri Juvenile Justice Association’s board of directors and is a Fellow of the Missouri Bar Foundation.

The Excellent in Safety Award recognizes an individual who has made outstanding contributions to make hockey a safer game for all participants.
BloomerAl Bloomer
Walter Yaciuk Award
In more than 30 years involved with the game, Al Bloomer has been associated with USA Hockey in many capacities and played an integral role in the growth of the sport. Bloomer is USA Hockey Director Emeritus, and was the National Coach in Chief and led USA Hockey’s Coaches Section from 2004-10. During his tenure with USA Hockey, Bloomer has served as a member of the Youth Council and the Legal Council and is currently a member of USA Hockey’s Player Development Committee. He also was a regional scout for USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program from 2008-12. He has been a guiding force with Billings Bulls junior hockey club since the franchise began in the American Frontier Hockey League in 1992. The Bulls also played in the America West Hockey League and North American Hockey League. As a player at St. Lawrence University, Bloomer won a pair of ECAC titles, was co-captain his senior year and received All-ECAC honors. Following graduation, he continued his hockey career in graduate school with McGill University, where he was the first U.S.-born skater elected team captain and honored as the team’s MVP.

The Walter Yaciuk Award is presented to an individual who has demonstrated a consistent commitment and contribution to the education and development of USA Hockey coaches
AckleyDoug Ackley
Wm. Thayer Tutt Award
Doug Ackley has spent some 40 years of his life helping grow the game of hockey at local, state and national levels and has been a leading proponent of building the grassroots initiatives that USA Hockey has made the foundation for successful programs throughout the U.S. Ackley first got involved with coaching when he was in high school in 1973 and became heavily involved in 1983 after moving to Oswego, N.Y. He has coached at the learn-to-skate, Squirt and Pee Wee levels, and run clinics and skills camps for all ages. In his home state of New York, Ackley has held several administrative positions with the Oswego Minor Hockey Association, the New York State Amateur Hockey Association and the Massena Minor Hockey Association, including terms as president with each. During his tenure, Ackley has been a guiding force for coaching development and the advancement of officiating. He has also played a vital role in growing girls’/women’s hockey. Additionally, Ackley developed the criteria and selection process for the NYSAHA’s Bob Allen Scholarship program, which financially assists high school or prep school seniors going on to college. Ackley has served in different capacities on the USA Hockey Board of Directors from 1993-2005 and since 2005 has remained active, serving as NYSAHA’s webmaster and Director Emeritus.

The Wm. Thayer Tutt Award is presented to a volunteer who, during many years of service, has displayed a selfless dedication to the enhancement of ice hockey at the grassroots level in America.


W.G. Young patented the ice cream freezer on this date in 1848.


3 to See: Riders head into training camp with a purpose.

Ticats set for fresh start, as rookie camp gets underway.

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The U.S. territories of Nebraska and Kansas were established on this date in 1854.


Tampa, FL. — WR Steve Smith, a 2013 free agency signing by the Buccaneers, has elected to retire after six NFL seasons that included a record-breaking campaign for the Giants and a Super Bowl ring.

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On this date in 1868, Memorial Day was observed widely for the first time in the U.S.


Miami, FL. -- Nobody saw this one coming.

Tampa Bay received a major boost from one of the least likely sources Wednesday night when Roberto Hernandez put forth an inspired pitching performance to lead the Rays to a 3-1 win over the Marlins at Marlins Park.

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William Vanderbilt renamed New York City's Gilmore’s Garden to Madison Square Garden on this date in 1879.


San Francisco, CA. -- The Giants displayed their best and worst on Wednesday night.

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The brassiere was invented on this date in 1889.


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You're reading the Johnny Blog. Almost as much fun as watching your neighbor get their house roofed, isn't it?


Today in Elvis History

1956 - In "Time" magazine, an article entitled "Teener's Hero" referred to Elvis Presley's appeal. It said "his movements suggest, in a word, sex."

1968 - The Elvis Presley movie "Clambake" opened at London's New Victoria Cinema.

1977 - In Florida, Elvis Presley played at Jacksonville's Veteran's Memorial Coliseum. It was his last show in Florida.


On this date in 1896, the first automobile accident occurred in New York City.


Today in Beatles History:

1964 - The Beatles single "Love Me Do" hit #1 in the U.S.

1964 - The Beatles' "Cry for a Shadow" hit #1 in Australia.

1968 - The Beatles began recording the ablum "The Beatles." The album is known as the "White Album" due to its plain white cover.


On this date in 1922, the Lincoln Memorial was dedicated in Washington, DC.


Today in Sports History:

1890 - Dave Foutz hit the first Dodger home run.

1894 - Bobby Lowe (Boston Red Sox) became the first player to hit four home runs in one game.

1911 - Ray Harroun won the first Indianapolis Sweepstakes. The 500-mile auto race later became known as the Indianapolis 500. Harroun's average speed was 74.59 miles per hour.

1922 - Max Flack (Chicago Cubs) and Cliff Heathcote (St. Louis Cardinals) were traded for each other between the morning and afternoon games of a Memorial Day twin bill. They played one game for each team.

1925 - Peter DePaolo became the first man to average over 100mph at the Indianapolis 500.

1927 - Walter Johnson recorded his 113th career shutout. It was also the final shutout of his career.

1927 - Jim Cooney (Chicago Cubs) became the sixth player to record an unassisted triple play against the Pittsburgh Pirates. He caught Paul Waner's line drive, stepped on second to double Lloyd Waner and then tagged Clyde Barnhart coming from first.

1927 - Johnny Neun (Detroit Tigers) became the seventh player to record an unassisted triple play.

1932 - The New York Yankees dedicated a plaque to Miller Huggins.

1935 - Babe Ruth (Braves) played in his final game. He went hitless against the Phillies.

1937 - Pitcher Carl Hubbell got his 24th consecutive victory.

1946 - Carvel William "Bama" Rowell (Braves) hit a home run that shattered the Bulova clock in Ebbets Field.

1955 - Bob Sweikert won the Indianapolis 500. During the race Bill Vukovich hit the 3-car pileup of Al Keller, Johnny Boyd, and Rodger Ward. He was killed when his car became airborne and went out of the course, landing upside down and on fire.

1962 - Pedro Ramos (Cleveland Indians) pitched a three-hitter and hit two home runs in a 7-0 victory over the Baltimore Orioles. One of his home runs was a grand slam.

1970 - Voting for baseball's All-Star game was returned to the fans.

1971 - Willie Mays hit his 638th home run. He set a National League record of 1,950 runs scored.

1977 - Dennis Eckersley pitched a 1-0 no-hitter against the California Angels.

1981 - The Los Angeles Dodgers became the quickest to get 1,000,000 people to attend games in a season. It took 22 games.

1982 - Cal Ripken, Jr., began a record streak of playing in 2,632 games. The streak ended on September 20, 1998.

1983 - Yankees owner George Steinbrenner was suspended for one week for his public criticism of umpires.

1986 - Bobby Rahal became the first driver to average over 170mph in the Indianapolis 500.

1987 - Eric Davis (Cincinnati Reds) became the first National League player to hit three grand slams in a month and set a National League record of 19 home runs in April and May.

1992 - Scott Sanderson (New York Yankees) became the 9th pitcher to beat all 26 teams.

2001 - Barry Bonds hit two home runs to move into 11th place on the major league career list with 522.


Mariner 9, the American deep space probe blasted off on a journey to Mars on this date in 1971.


Coming Up:

Tonight --

MLB -- San Francisco Giants vs Oakland Athletics 3:45pm

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Florida Marlins 7:10pm EDT

Friday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Cleveland Indians 7:05pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals 8:15pm EDT

Saturday --

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Cleveland Indians 1:05pm EDT

Nascar Nationwide Series -- 5-Hour Energy 200 at Dover International Raceway 2:30pm EDT

Izod Indy Car Series -- Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit, Race 1 3:30pm EDT 

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals 7:15pm EDT

Sunday --

Nascar Sprint Cup Series -- Fedex 400 Benefiting Autism Speaks at Dover International Raceway 1:00pm EDT

MLB -- Tampa Bay Rays at Cleveland Indians 1:05pm EDT

MLB -- San Francisco Giants at St. Louis Cardinals 2:15pm EDT

Izod Indy Car Series -- Chevrolet Indy Dual in Detroit, Race 2 3:30pm EDT


That's all for today. Thanks for stopping by, see you tomorrow!

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