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Pitching Cousins

August 29, 2014
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Recently Alex Meyer and Bryan Hoeing both had pitching appearances here in the Midwest.  Alex Meyer, currently pitching for the Minnesota Twins Triple A affiliate started on the mound at Victory Field in Indianapolis against the Pittsburgh Pirates Triple A affiliate.  Even though Alex did not have a good night and lasted only into...

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Week One Football

August 28, 2014
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High school football kicked off another season last Friday night.  Both Batesville and Oldenburg Academy are off to winning starts.  For the second year Twisters, it is the second win for this young program and a great way to start their second season.  All of the EIAC teams had their first games as well. ...

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Hilton Head Vacation

August 27, 2014
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As some of you know, my wife and I met our daughter’s family at Hilton Head last week for a late summer vacation.  It was a great week highlighted by my daughter Gina’s treat of taking me along as she and her husband, Tony, and father-in-law, Virgil, played the famous Heritage Golf Course at...

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LAC

August 26, 2014
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The Los Angeles Clippers’ sale has been finalized.  It is hard to imagine that a professional team is worth 2 billion dollars.  This was the asking price by Donald Sterling’s wife, and it was agreed to by Steve Ballmer.  The former CEO of Microsoft had the money and was willing to pay that price...

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Reds Hall of Fame

August 25, 2014
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The latest entries into the Reds Hall of Fame were Jake Beckley, Ken Griffey, Jr., Ron Oester, and Dave Parker.  With the exception of Beckley, the other 3 are products of the Cincinnati Youth Baseball Programs.  They join a long list of major leaguers who got their start in Cincinnati. Dave Parker and Ken Griffey,...

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Super Five

August 22, 2014
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The top 5 college conferences recently informed the NCAA that they were going to compensate athletes for certain aspects of their collegiate athletic play.  The Big Ten, Pac 12, SCC, SEC, and the Big 12 conferences are those involved.  The NCAA didn’t fight the inevitable. I am sure that all of you have some...

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Corky Miller

August 21, 2014
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On August 31 of this year, Corky Miller will end his baseball playing career with the Cincinnati Reds organization.  Even though Corky has spent most of his career in the minors, he is well known in the Reds organization.  When he has been called up to the majors, he has performed quite well as...

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Old Baseball Announcers

August 20, 2014
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Not too long ago was the 70th Anniversary of Joe Nuxhall’s first appearance as a Cincinnati Red.  Besides playing for the Reds, you know Joe as the “old left-hander rounding third and heading home”.  This was his signature sign-off of each of his broadcasts. This reminded me of Waite Hoyt who was the long-time...

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College Mascots

August 19, 2014
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I had the privilege of meeting a young man earlier this summer who was Purdue Pete while a student at Purdue.  John is now a biomedical salesman who works closely with the Wound Care Clinic at the Hansen Center.  He is the answer to the Purdue trivia question “Who was the Purdue Pete who was arrested during...

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Becky Hammon

August 18, 2014
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The San Antonio Spurs of the NBA recently hired Becky Hammon as an assistant coach.  She will be the first female in this role.  The WNBA star will retire from playing pro basketball when their season ends this fall.  Becky worked at basketball camps last year put on by the NBA and their coaches.  There is...

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11:00 am “Silly Safaris” (Batesville Memo... @ Batesville Memorial Public Library
“Silly Safaris” (Batesville Memo... @ Batesville Memorial Public Library
Jul 7 @ 11:00 am
As part of their 2015 Summer Reading Program, the Batesville Memorial Public Library will be hosting “Silly Safaris” on Tuesday, July 7 at 11:00 am and 1:00 pm (participants can choose either time). Starring Coyote Chris, this event will teach young readers about animal super heroes and the amazing things they do!
Jul
8
Wed
1:00 pm Card Party @ St. Anthony's Foremen Hall
Card Party @ St. Anthony's Foremen Hall
Jul 8 @ 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
The cand party are the second Wednesday of the month. Sponsored by the St. Anne’s Ladies Society. July 8th                  October 14th August 12th             November 11th September 9th         December 8th
9:00 pm Free Movie Night in the Park @ Liberty Park
Free Movie Night in the Park @ Liberty Park
Jul 8 @ 9:00 pm
“The Wizard of Oz” will be shown at Liberty Park in Batesville on Wednesday, July 8 starting at 9:00 pm. Movie and refreshments will be provided by the Gibson Theatre. Bring your own cooler and chairs.

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