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  1. Greatest All-Time Memphis Grizzlies: Chucky Atkins by Brendan Smart The Memphis Grizzlies have changed several players careers, and coming in at number 21 on our All-Time list is former guard Chucky Atkins. Memphis has been the stopping ground for numerous players who need to re-create their game, and Chucky Atkins was just another guy who found himself in the 901. Atkins had two of his best seasons in the NBA in his two seasons with the Memphis Grizzlies. Averaging a two of his highest seasons in the NBA in points and overall court action. Link I don't care if it's the Grizzlies or not....was nice to stumble over a recent basketball article on Chucky.
  2. "The following is a guest post written by White Sox left-handed pitching prospect Andrew Perez: When the term “professional baseball player” comes up in conversation, I often get asked about the exciting games, big crowds, and how “cool” it would be to someday get the chance to play in “The Show.” However, no one has ever shown interest in learning what it takes to actually make it there." Full Article here: Andrew Perez: What It Takes
  3. Great news. Means we might see him in the show next season.
  4. LAST PLAY - 9:25 2nd Andrew Luck passed to Marlon Mack to the right for 29 yard touchdown (2pt attempt converted, Marlon Mack run to the left)
  5. Nice article with a video. https://www.packers.com/news/first-nfl-start-was-growing-process-for-marquez-valdes-scantling?campaign=sf199052595_FB_C-Content-GB_CT-Player on the Rise-GB_CT-Sponsorship Post-GB_sf199052595&sf199052595=1
  6. Think I just heard on Phoenix radio that Nigel Harris made the AZ Cardinals practice squad.
  7. I didn't get to see it, but checking stats was happy to see: Does not look like Hector got action. If he did, he did not register a stat that I can see. Anyone get to see Deadrin in action Thursday night?
  8. View this giveaway 2018 Panini Contenders Draft Picks Deatrick Nichols Autographed Rookie Card A giveaway open to all members! A signed card of former Bulls CB Deatrick Nichols Will be delivered postage paid! Submitter Brad Expiration Date 8 days and 18 hours Submitted 08/23/2018 Category Member Giveaway  
  9. View this giveaway Deatrick Nichols 2018 Elite Draft Picks autographed card A giveaway open to all members! A signed card of former Bulls CB Deatrick Nichols Will be delivered postage paid! Submitter Brad Expiration Date 7 days and 20 hours Submitted 08/23/2018 Category Member Giveaway  
  10. BULLS IN THE PROS: EVELD BACK IN FLORIDA, MONTES AN ALL-STAR "Former USF shortstop Coco Montes receives a much deserved All-Star nod and pitcher Tommy Eveld returns to the state of Florida". "On Tuesday prior to the MLB trade deadline, former Bulls' arm Tommy Eveld was traded from the Arizona Diamondbacks to the Miami Marlins." "Former all-conference USF infielder Coco Montes was named a Pioneer League (rookie ball) All-Star for the Grand Junction Rockies. " Name Organization Position League (Level) Team Stats Austin Adams Washington P International (AAA) Syracuse Chiefs 0-2, 3.63 ERA, 7 saves, 55 Ks, 34.2 IP. Also on MLB 40-man roster. Joe Cavallaro N.Y. Mets P Florida State (A Advanced) St. Lucie Mets 2-1, 5.75 ERA, 20 Ks, 20.1 IP, 4 games Bobby Eveld Texas P Northwest (A-Short Season) Spokane Indians 0-1, 1.13 ERA, 8 Ks, 8.0 IP, 7 games Tommy Eveld Miami P Southern (AA) Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp (AA) 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 save, 5 K, 4.1 IP, 3 games Jimmy Herget Cincinnati P International (AAA) Louisville Bats 1-2, 2.89 ERA, 53 Ks, 46.2 IP, 39 games Brandon Lawson Tampa Bay P Southern (AA) Montgomery Biscuits 2-1, 4.37 ERA, 28 Ks, 35.0 IP Shane McClanahan Tampa Bay P Gulf Coast (Rookie) Rays Assigned to GCL Rays on July 23. Kevin Merrell Oakland SS California (A-Advanced) Stockton Ports Seven-day disabled list. .267, 10 2B, 3 3B, 5 SB, 24 RBI, 62 games Coco Montes Colorado SS Pioneer (Rookie) Grand Junction Rockies .382, 7 HR, 12 2B, 29 RBI, 39 runs, 6 SB, 43 games Dan Otero Cleveland P MLB Indians 1-1, 5.22 ERA, 1 save, 31 Ks, 39.2 IP Andrew Perez Chicago White Sox P South Atlantic (A) Kannapolis Intimidators 0-0, 2.84 ERA, 11 Ks, 1 save, 12.2 IP Kevin Quackenbush Cincinnati P International (AAA) Louisville Bats 0-1, 2.02 ERA, 19 saves, 40 Ks, 35.2 IP. Triple-A All-Star. Phoenix Sanders Tampa Bay P Midwest (A) Bowling Green Hot Rods 5-3, 3.02 ERA, 3 saves, 71 Ks, 50.2 IP Peter Strzelecki Milwaukee P Pioneer (Rookie) Helena Brewers 2-1, 5.14 ERA, 3 saves, 20 Ks, 14.0 IP Ryan Valdes Pittsburgh P New York-Penn (A-Short Season) West Virginia Black Bears 0-0, 5.31 ERA, 1 save, 17 Ks, 20.1 IP David Villar San Francisco 3B Northwest (A-Short Season) Salem-Keizer Volcanoes .282, 7 HR, 10 2B, 26 RBI, 32 games
  11. BULLS IN THE PROS: EVELD BROTHERS BOTH SHINING FOR THEIR CLUBS July 27, 2018 By TOM ZEBOLD USF Senior WriterTAMPA, JULY 27, 2018 – Former USF closer Tommy Eveld continues to shine at a new level in pro baseball while his older brother, Bobby, is off to a stellar start this season.Tommy Eveld was promoted to the Double-A Southern League Jackson Generals on Monday and earned his first win with the club the same day by pitching 1.1 scoreless innings. Eveld pitched another scoreless frame on Wednesday after earning All-Star status this season in the Class A-Advanced California League.Drafted in the ninth round by Arizona in 2016, Eveld started his collegiate career as a USF football player like his older brother.Bobby Eveld also began his pro baseball career in 2016 with Toronto and he's been getting the job done since signing with Texas on June 27. The right-hander and former USF quarterback has struck out seven in six scoreless innings (five appearances) since being assigned to the Spokane Indians of the Class-A Short Season Northwest League.Quackenbush a Save Machine in Triple-AKevin Quackenbush closed out games in his past two Triple-A International League appearances to bring his season save total up to 16 in 18 save opportunities.Quackenbush currently has the second-most saves in the International League this season and sports at a 2.23 ERA through 32.1 innings. Quackenbush appeared in 10 games for the Cincinnati Reds earlier this season before earning a much deserved International League All-Star nod.Selected by San Diego in the eighth round of the 2011 First-Year Player Draft, the eighth-year pro was a fan favorite at USF and set the school record for relievers with a 0.80 ERA in 2011.Villar Hits Homer on ThursdayDavid Villar ranks second on his Class-A Salem-Keizer Volcanoes squad with six homers after hitting a two-run shot Thursday against Eugene.Villar was quickly promoted to the Northwest League in June after being drafted in the 11thround by the San Francisco Giants. The third baseman currently has a .282 batting average with 16 extra-base hits and 24 RBI in 26 games with the Volcanoes.Prior to the pros, Villar earned numerous All-America honors after leading the Bulls in 2018 with a .374 average and ranking ninth nationally with 24 doubles.Find out how other former USF standouts are faring in pro baseball this season below: Name Organization Position League (Level) Team Stats Austin Adams Washington P International (AAA) Syracuse Chiefs 0-2, 2.43 ERA, 7 saves, 53 Ks, 33.1 IP. Also on MLB 40-man roster. Joe Cavallaro N.Y. Mets P Florida State (A Advanced) St. Lucie Mets 1-1, 8.16 ERA, 12 Ks, 14.1 IP, 3 games Bobby Eveld Texas P Northwest (A-Short Season) Spokane Indians 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 7 Ks, 6.0 IP Tommy Eveld Arizona P Southern (AA) Jackson Generals 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 K, 2.1 IP, 2 games Jimmy Herget Cincinnati P International (AAA) Louisville Bats 1-2, 3.02 ERA, 51 Ks, 44.2 IP Brandon Lawson Tampa Bay P Southern (AA) Montgomery Biscuits 2-1, 4.70 ERA, 27 Ks, 30.2 IP Shane McClanahan Tampa Bay P Gulf Coast (Rookie) Rays Assigned to GCL Rays on July 23. Kevin Merrell Oakland SS California (A-Advanced) Stockton Ports Seven-day disabled list. .267, 10 2B, 3 3B, 5 SB, 24 RBI, 62 games Coco Montes Colorado SS Pioneer (Rookie) Grand Junction Rockies .387, 4 HR, 11 2B, 19 RBI, 4 SB, 36 games Dan Otero Cleveland P MLB Indians 1-1, 5.35 ERA, 1 save, 30 Ks, 38.2 IP Andrew Perez Chicago White Sox P South Atlantic (A) Kannapolis Intimidators 0-0, 1.80 ERA, 3 Ks, 5.0 IP Kevin Quackenbush Cincinnati P International (AAA) Louisville Bats 0-1, 2.23 ERA, 16 saves, 38 Ks, 32.1 IP. Triple-A All-Star. Phoenix Sanders Tampa Bay P Midwest (A) Bowling Green Hot Rods 5-2, 2.76 ERA, 3 saves, 66 Ks, 45.2 IP Peter Strzelecki Milwaukee P Pioneer (Rookie) Helena Brewers 2-1, 5.25 ERA, 2 saves, 15 Ks, 12.0 IP Ryan Valdes Pittsburgh P New York-Penn (A-Short Season) West Virginia Black Bears 0-0, 3.38 ERA, 1 save, 15 Ks, 18.2 IP David Villar San Francisco 3B Northwest (A-Short Season) Salem-Keizer Volcanoes .282, 6 HR, 24 RBI, 26 games
  12. Marlon Mack Could Emerge as the Indianapolis Colts’ Top Running Back July 2, 2018 Charon Vonberg The Indianapolis Colts are on their way into training camp with no clear feature back on the roster. Marlon Mack, Robert Turbin, Nyheim Hines, and Jordan Wilkins are all expected to participate in a backfield by committee. ... Mack is most likely to emerge as the Colts’ top option at running back as both Hines and Wilkins are rookies, and Turbin will miss the first four games of the season due to a PED suspension. Christine Michael is also an option for the Colts. Mack indeed showed plenty of potential in his rookie campaign with the Colts, but there is one thing that could hold him back from becoming a premier back in the NFL and that is consistency. Boom-or-Bust is a perfect term to describe Mack’s rookie season. He had six 20+ yard runs in just 93 carries but led the league in percentage of runs that resulted in no gain or a loss (32.2 percent). ... Earlier in the offseason, Colts General Manager Chris Ballard spoke on Mack’s rookie season in Indianapolis. He ended the year with 93 carries for 358 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns in 14 appearances. He was also targeted 33 times in the passing game and recorded 21 receptions, 225 receiving yards, and a receiving touchdown. “Look, everything with Marlon was better than I expected, everything,” Ballard said. “And I know he had some pass-protection issues, but he also did some good things in pass protection for a rookie back. He ran between the tackles better than I ever expected. Just because it was that outside-run (stuff), they were in that high-tempo offense, outside run-scheme – that was a hard evaluation to know if he could do it, but our scout (Jamie Moore) was driven by the kid. He kept saying he had done so much work on Marlon. You know, what his makeup was. He had played safety in high school, so he had some toughness. The coaches raved about his toughness. He said it was just kind of a byproduct of the offense.” It’s likely that the Colts’ lead back role is Marlon Mack’s to lose heading into training camp. He could emerge as a real contributor to a high-powered offense led by Andrew Luck. Mack certainly has the tools to flourish in 2018, but we will have to wait and see if he can handle the load. Link
  13. https://247sports.com/nfl/denver-broncos/Article/LOOK-Former-CB-Kayvon-Webster-hints-at-return-to-Broncos-118652700
  14. https://www.milb.com/milb/news/california-league-notebook-tommy-eveld-brings-football-mentality-to-mound/c-277618694
  15. Well, we're getting into Round 2 and 3 tonight Round Date Time (ET) Time per pick Round 1 April 26 8 p.m. 10 min Round 2 April 27 7 p.m. 7 min Round 3 April 27 ------ 5 min Round 4 April 28 12 p.m. 5 min Round 5 April 28 ------ 5 min Round 6 April 28 ------ 5 min Round 7 April 28 ------ 4 min Looking through best available on the NFL.com site: Anyway, trying to keep an eye on it with the NFL Draft Tracker
  16. NFL offers chance for Packers fifth-round draft pick Marquez Valdes-Scantling to show he belongs JASON WILDE For the State Journal 4 hrs ago GREEN BAY — The touchdown may have been 95 yards, but Quinton Flowers didn’t have to throw it nearly that far. Marquez Valdes-Scantling took care of most of it himself — and that’s what got the Green Bay Packers personnel department’s attention. Three months after the play, at 6-foot-4 and 206 pounds, Valdes-Scantling ran the 40-yard dash in 4.37 seconds at the NFL scouting combine. To put into perspective how fast that is for a wide receiver that size, there was another receiver who measured 6-4, weighed 194 pounds and ran his 40 in 4.38 seconds awhile back. That was at the 1998 combine — and that receiver was Randy Moss. Full length story at Madison.com
  17. Making room for our boy to get a shot...two released are CBs...
  18. It's a brief prospect report, but glad to see Quinton on the Packers site getting some attention...video available on page, follow link to go.
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