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Wednesday, June 16, 2021 Canadian TV Listings (Times Eastern)
WHERE CAN I FIND THOSE PREMIERES?:
TWO STEPS HOME (HGTV Canada) 9:00pm
CARD SHARKS (City) 10:00pm
DAVE (FXX Canada) 10:00pm/10:40pm
NEW TO AMAZON PRIME/CRAVE/NETFLIX CANADA/CBC GEM:
THE HURRICANE HEIST
SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME
(SN1) 7:00pm: Yankees vs. Jays
(TSN3/TSN4) 7:00pm: Red Sox vs. Atlanta
(SN360) Hawks vs. 76ers - Game #5
(SN360) Clippers vs. Jazz - Game #5
NHL HOCKEY (SN/CBC) 9:00pm: Habs vs. Knights - Game #2
TRUE TO THE GAME 2 (BET Canada) 7:20pm: A journalist becomes the target of a criminal.
CHEESE: A LOVE STORY (Food Network Canada) 8:00pm: More than a few countries like to call themselves the masters of cheese, but none has cheese more engrained in its cultural identity than France; Afrim knows he'll find upwards of 400 varieties of cheese in soft, semi-soft and pressed forms.
MY MISDIAGNOSIS (Super Channel Fuse) 8:00pm: Cindy needs reconstructive surgery to correct the mistake her first doctor made.
BEACH BAKE BATTLE (Cooking Channel) 10:00pm (PREMIERE): Three teams of bakers create cakes on the beach while competing against each other in two elimination rounds; the winning team walks away with a prize to take the vacation of their dreams.
VANDERPUMP DOGS (Slice) 10:00pm/10:30pm (SERIES PREMIERE): Introducing the Vanderpump Dogs rescue center; Lisa searches for the right dog for a couple whose special day hinges on finding the perfect fit for their family; a client seeks a very specific kind of companion for her pampered pup. In Episode Two, a client seeks the perfect service dog to help her gain independence; a fashion-forward potential owner wants a glamorous pup to bring onto the red carpet.
#MLBVideos: Fernando Tatis Jr. is the first NL player to reach 20 HR this season!
gonna be honest i thought you meant major league baseball when you said mlb
GODDAMMIT NOT ANOTHER ONE
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The biggest snubs so far in first round of MLB All-Star voting
The biggest snubs so far in first round of MLB All-Star voting
2. Tyler O’Neill, OF, Cardinals
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Perhaps Tyler O’Neill just hasn’t played in enough games to qualify for statistical leaderboards, but if he did, the Cardinals’ outfielder would rank fifth across all of Major League Baseball in slugging percentage (.630), and eighth in OPS (.960). While O’Neill has been great all season long, he’s been on an absolute tear the last month. Over…
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Video: Peyton Manning PUMPED on Tennessee Baseball to CWS: ‘OMAHA!’
That’s Peyton Manning who congratulated Tennessee baseball coach Tony Vitello who yelled at him to the College World Series where that’s where headed, OMAHA.
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"Omaha! That's what you're talking about; you're talking about Omaha?" Manning said in the video. "Okay good, just making sure."
He also gives Viello tips on giving a proper “Omaha” shout. He says it comes from the diaphragm and each syllable in the word should be excelled.
Vitello screams back at Payton with “OMAHA!”
*dad watching tv in the other room* that sounds like Indiana Jones music *looks up* THE LAST CRUSADE IS ON?
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Kewaskum scores four in bottom of sixth to advance
KEWASKUM – Plymouth may have had a big fifth inning, but Kewaskum had an even bigger sixth.
The second-seeded Indians scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for a 6-5 comeback victory over the third-seeded Panthers in their WIAA Division 2 Baseball Tournament regional final on Tuesday evening. Plymouth scored three runs in the top of the fifth to break a 2-2 tie.
“Both teams made some mistakes early and we persevered through it,” Kewaskum coach Mike Heisdorf said. “We were doing our jobs and sticking with it. (Senior pitcher) Cale (Fransen) struggled through pitching today a little bit, especially towards the end. (Junior first baseman/closing pitcher) Jacob (Brzozowski) did a great job closing out the game for us.”
“It was one of those games where whoever was going to make the most plays at the right time was going to win the game,” Panthers’ coach Butch Cain said. “There were a lot of plays left on the field for both teams. I think, if you look at the 11 runs, I think they were all unearned. It’s just a matter of who is going to hold on, battle through adversity, who’s going to get the clutch hit, who’s going to make the play at the right time and who’s going to make the right pitch.”
The first five Kewaskum hitters reached on an error and four hits in the Indians’ big sixth. Brzozowski hit an RBI double to right to cut the lead to two before Fransen barreled another two-bagger to deep left to tie the game. After getting one more hit and losing a runner in a rundown, the Indians took the lead for good on another RBI double from senior designated hitter Nathan Heberer.
“I was like ‘I’ve got to find the gap somewhere to score the winning run,’ and then I hit it in the left center gap,” Heberer said.
“We’re a decent hitting team,” Heisdorf said. “A lot of teams that we played this year said, ‘What we fear about you guys is getting on a roll hitting’. We can hit pretty much up and down the lineup. It’s a matter of if we get good pitching and play decent defense, I think we can beat almost anybody.”
After both teams got one runner in the fourth, Plymouth then took advantage of a crucial Kewaskum miscue in the fifth. Freshman third baseman Jordan Schmitt reached with one out on a dropped popup at shortstop. After a fielder’s choice groundout, the next three Panthers reached. After sophomore second baseman Alex Ames drew a walk, fellow sophomore shortstop Dylon Sass tripled down the right field line to score both runners and break the tie. Junior first baseman Mason Hendrickson then singled Sass in to conclude the three-run inning. Both hits dropped after diving catch attempts in right field.
“We said when they made the error that it’s a momentum switch,” Cain said. “Hopefully, you can grab that momentum and sustain it. We did for a little bit, but just not for enough time.”
Kewaskum struck first after retiring Plymouth in order in the top of the first by taking advantage of two Panthers’ errors. Heberer walked before advancing to third on a single by senior shortstop Ethan Williams two at-bats later. Both runners advanced on an errant pickoff attempt at first to score the Indians’ first run. Williams then stole third and got home on a wide throw to third.
“It’s high school baseball,” Heisdorf said. “It’s the errors. You play clean baseball and you’ll win most of the time.”
A double play off a lineout to second ended Plymouth’s half of the second. Kewaskum got two runners on in the bottom of the frame, but the last two hitters were set down.
The Panthers got even in the top of the third. After a strikeout, senior infielder Ayden Killam walked and fellow senior center fielder Adam Miller singled to put two runners on with one out. A groundout advanced both runners before Sass hit a line drive single to center to score them. Sass was caught stealing to end the frame.
“We were fortunate to get some guys on base and we had some clutch hits,” Cain said. “That’s been our M.O. all year.”
Kewaskum will host fourth-seeded Campbellsport in the sectional semifinal, who upset top-seeded Waupun 6-1 on Tuesday evening.
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Juan Esteban Vargas Marcano (1906-1971), better known as Tetelo Vargas, had the highest single-season batting average in Negro league history in 1943, and rightfully, in view of the recent decision of Major League Baseball regarding the Negro leagues, in Major League history as well, since his 138 plate appearances in the New York Cubans’ 36 games that season easily fulfill the official criteria of 3.1 plate appearances for each game to qualify for a batting title.
Despite this, Vargas was known first and foremost for his extraordinary running speed, his nickname being the “Dominican Deer”, and he is often overlooked, even by Negro league fans and historians, because of his 34 seasons in professional baseball (1923-1956), only six were spent, in whole or in part, in the United States, with the rest being in the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Venezuela and Cuba.
I love the Braves but this season has been ROUGH
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#MLBVideos: Red Sox star J.D. Martinez's DECKED OUT locker (including amazing watch, customized controller)
dan is totally just chilling ! totally coping well with everything, totally not substituting his addiction to alcohol ( which is just a coping mechanism for his insane psychic abilities ) with work ! he’s great ! ask him how he is, he’s fine ! ask him why he doesn’t have a partner, ahah no let’s talk about the red sox my guy :)
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Ex-MLB Pitcher Kirk Saarloos Named as New Baseball Coach for TCU
Former MLB pitcher Kirk Saarloos was named as the new baseball coach for TCU, the school announced Tuesday.
Saarloos replaces Jim Schlossangle, who left after 18 seasons last week to become Texas A&M’s coach. Saarloos had also been recruiting coordinator for the Horned Frogs the past eight years.
Athletic director Jeremiah Donati said his search began with an overall evaluation of the program.
"It became very apparent from our meetings with numerous current and former baseball student-athletes that this program is about the family-like atmosphere and amazing culture that exists among the players, coaches and staff," Donati said. "In coach Saarloos not only did we find a great coach with a tremendous plan, we found someone who is a perfect fit for this baseball program and university."
Donati says another indication of that was Saarloos asked TCU to move back his introductory news conference that had initially been planned for Tuesday morning to the afternoon.
Saarloos made an immediate impact upon arriving at TCU in 2013 as the Horned Frogs had their lowest team ERA (2.78) since 1968. Their 2014 CWS team led the nation with a 2.22 ERA while setting a Big 12 record with 14 strikeouts.
The Horned Frogs in 2021 shared the Big 12 season title with Texas, won the conference tournament and were a No. 6 national seed in the NCAA Tournament before losing at home last weekend.
What more can I say?
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