3. South Floridians’ hatred of Marlins Park extends to the Marlins. Everyone knows Marlins Park was a huge mistake for the City of Miami. SPARTANBURG, SC (FOX Carolina) On the season premiere of the show in early January, main character Dana Scully, played by actress Gillian Anderson, said that one of the show’s villains is in the city, and in hiding.We won’t give away details of the storyline, but the mention of Spartanburg itself has local fans excited.Mike Wojcik and his wife are among those fans, who have turned part their photography services business into a hunt for the show’s villain.On the wall of one part of Wojcik’s Spartan Photo Center is a map, with messages telling people that the show has featured Spartanburg. The owners have asked customers to guess where the show’s villain, known as “Smoking Man”, may be living.This season also has had the mention of the “Spartan virus”, a fictional virus that is deadly to anyone who gets it, which Wojcik thinks may be an important part to the city’s connection to the show.”It probably originated here,” he said.Wojcik has been a fan of the show since it’s original run in the early 1990s. He said he plans to watch and see where and if the Spartanburg connection returns.
But adding up his defensive metrics with his offensive production added up 0.3 Wins Above Replacement (WAR), which ranked 12th on the team. So he was still better than a replacement level players, but hard to argue that he’s set to return all the value on the $18 plus million the Padres owe him next year. Unless of course you factor in the marketing power that you might include in his value and ownership would considering the spike in attendance this year..
Charles E. “Chuck” Jabaley: (Golf) One of an elite group of amateurs to win the Tennessee Open Championship Member of winning team in 1989 State Scramble . 1995 runner up in the Tennessee Amateur Fourth place finish in 1994 . Mike ReissNew York GiantsThe opportunity to draft a quarterback with the No. 2 overall pick doesn’t come often. It makes too much sense for the Giants to take a quarterback especially with top tier talents like Darnold and Rosen available with their starter having just turned 37 years old and clearly being on the downside of his career.
Well Andy, don hold you breath. I am willing to bet that there will be no movement of personnel from WHL to OT anytime soon. And please don give me the lazy journos analysis that always sell their best players to Utd was absolutely correct in the past, but that analysis fails to account for the fact that Spurs are a very different club now, in terms of finances, ambitions, infrastructure (world class training centre, state of the art stadium on its way), player recruitment and development etc.