The Quiet Man behind Josh Hamilton

“We’re not the stars,” Moye says. “Our clients are the stars, and it’s in their best interests for us to stay in the background and treat them the way an attorney is supposed to treat clients in the legal industry — with extreme confidentiality. It’s not a Josh issue. It’s a firm policy…

Lance Berkman happy to be with Texas

Berkman is excited about getting another chance in Texas, where he began his career playing for the Houston Astros.
“The first reason is because they have a very good team, a competitive time and a chance to win,” Berkman said. “The second is the geographic location. I think it’s easy on my family being in Houston to get back and forth to Dallas. Being a native Texan, it’s nice to be back in the state.”…

Hamilton FCA interview

Josh shares from the heart: I have been disobedient and then I said, "alright Lord. I get it. Here it is." I can now share with people what He has done in my life. The reason I spend so much time with my fans is that it is my mission field right now. FCA Interview...

Orioles closer Jim Johnson reaches 50-save milestone

Orioles closer Jim Johnson has been exceptionally predictable this season: He almost always shuts the door on the opposition, and he always shuts down the questioning after a game when the attention drifts toward him….

Jim Johnson nominated for Clemente Award

Closer Jim Johnson has been named as the Orioles representative for the Roberto Clemente Award, an honor that recognizes the player who best represents the game of baseball through positive contributions on and off the field, including sportsmanship and community involvement….

Life after the NFL-Todd Peterson

“They’re handing you a $100,000 paycheck every Monday morning and you’re stronger than an ox and faster than a gazelle and the whole world’s telling you that you can do anything you want forever. But within two years of retiring, 78 percent of all NFL players are unemployed, bankrupt, divorced, addicted to a substance or any combination of those things.”…

One Million Meals

Mike Shaheens army of ministry volunteers in the DR unloading the truck and putting the food into a donated storage facility….

Jim Johnson Named MLB Delivery Man of the Month

Jim Johnson, right hander for the Baltimore Orioles, was named the Major League Baseball Delivery Man of the Month for May. He went 0-0 with 1.42 ERA in 12 games during May while converting each of his nine save opportunities.

Josh Hamilton Named AL Player of the Month

Hamilton had an outstanding April, batting .395 (34 or 86) with nine homers and 25 RBI in his first 22 games of the year. He reached historic proportions in the 8th game, going 5 for 5 with a double, four home runs, 8 RBI…

Humble Humber Dedicated to Charitable Ways

After a trip to the Philippines, Phillip shares that he has become a better person overall. “It’s something that helped me have a new perspective on what life really is all about.”

Humber traveled with Unlimited Potential Incorporated to ‘serve Christ through baseball’ in Manila and Mindanao. Humber says that having a strong faith has been a significant staple in his life. “It’s not something that changes who I am as a baseball player. I still work hard. I still have an incredible desire to win. I’m very competitive. At the same time, I know there is something greater, something more important than just what we are doing here on the field.”

Getting to Know Grayson Garvin

Grayson Garvin was featured in a recent news article complementing him on his humility, drive to improve and constant hunger to build on prior success.

“The phrase ‘Humble and Hungry,’ most notably heard in a football coach’s pregame speech, but it’s a fitting description for Stone Crabs left-hander Grayson Garvin.
Drafted in the supplemental first round of the 2011 MLB Draft, Garvin’s potential is well-known throughout the Rays organization, and earned him the opportunity to make his professional debut as the Stone Crabs Opening Day starter at Charlotte Sports Park on April 5th.”…

Lance Berkman Encourages Youth

America SCORES St. Louis inspires urban youth to lead healthy lives, be engaged students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the world. Lance Berkman meets a young man already touched by SCORES.

Texas Rangers Slugger Josh Hamilton, Unplugged

Josh Hamilton and Mac Engel chat at an event to show the new PlayStation 3 video game MLB 12: The Show. Mac stated that he had written about Josh after his relapse. I wrote, “One of baseball’s best players is an admitted crackhead.” I can’t imagine I would have said that to his face.

Thursday, at a small media event at a GameStop, I apologized for the remark. He wasn’t even aware of it, but it was mean, a cheap shot, and violated a pretty simple rule.

“It’s OK. I forgive you,” Hamilton said.

Philip Humber Throws 19th Perfect Game in Modern ML History

Philip Humber throws the 19th perfect game in modern Major League history. The Chicago Tribune quoted Humber as saying:

“I don’t know what Philip Humber is doing in this list,” Humber said of the list of pitchers who have thrown perfect games, including former teammate Mark Buehrle. “I have no idea what my name is doing there. But I’m thankful it’s there.”

Tyler Grisham Speaks at Swinney’s Award Ceremony

Former Clemson wide receiver Tyler Grisham, was on hand to honor Clemson coach Dabo Swinney as he was given the Bobby Dodd 2011 Coach of the Year Award. The Tigers won the ACC Championship in 2011 and four wins over top 25 ranked teams. Grisham is now with the Denver Broncos.