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Saturday, March 31, 2007

sports misc.

First, about two Christian outfielders trying to make their respective teams. Josh Hamilton I think has officially made the Reds roster. Here's a quote:

After a nearly four-year stretch out of the game because of injuries and drug use, outfielder Josh Hamilton has been the story of spring. Hamilton, a Rule 5 acquisition and former overall No. 1 draft choice, has led the team in hitting and stunned observers with his poise and plate discipline. He'll be a fourth outfielder this season.

Here's the article:

Also, Matt Diaz officially made the Braves roster. Here's the article:

Here's an article about Pacers broadcaster and CBS men's college basketball analyst Clark Kellogg, a Christian, getting to watch his sons play in the Ohio boys basketball state semifinals last week:

Here's another article about the guy who was North Carolina men's basketball mascot, who was killed in a traffic accident:

Next, an article by the Angels Garret Anderson, a Christian, about the upcoming season:

Here's an article I originally found on the Athletes In Action website about a program to help disadvantaged high school boys through the New York Giants and AIA:

Also, an article about the Knicks Stephon Marbury and the Bulls Ben Wallace promoting a line of shoes that are a lot more affordable for parents to buy for their kids:

Here's an article about Astros outfielder Luke Scott and the upcoming season: (originally found at:

Next, a short note about Colts head coach Tony Dungy, a Christian, and the Cubs (I would think that it would be kind of strange on the Cubs part, since the Colts beat another Chicago team!):

Tony Dungy, coach of the Super Bowl champion Indianapolis Colts, was a guest of general manager Jim Hendry on Tuesday.

Here's the article:

Also, a couple of articles about IU men's basketball recruit Eli Holman. Here's the first one:

Here's a quote from the second one, where he's talking about how long he might stay at IU before going pro:

"Some people have me projected two-and-done. If it happens, I thank God it happens. If not I'll stay there four years and get a degree and go see what life has in store for me."

Here's the article:

Lastly, an article about Reds outfielder Ken Griffey, Jr., and what he does to help the Boys and Girls Clubs:

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