Getting to play the game of baseball is something so fun, many yearn for the opportunity to play and play forever. Commonly referred to as the 'children's game', everyone who plays has to hang up the cleats at some point. For Emil DeAndreis, it came earlier than he wanted after being diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Rain delayed the inevitable this weekend at the Jersey Shore with wind and rain heading north towards New Jersey along with Tim Tebow and the Columbia Fireflies who are in town until Tuesday to play the Lakewood BlueClaws. On Sunday he discussed his professional and personal journey to this point.
The Lakewood BlueClaws (Philadelphia Phillies Low-A Team) weekend series with the Met's Low-A Team, The Columbia Fireflies will be filled to the brim with fans and excitement for at least a couple of reasons. Minor League rivalry matchup? Maybe. Watch the red-hot BlueClaws prospects continue dominating early in the season? Perhaps. Watch 29-year old Tim Tebow play outfield for the Fireflies? Mostly certainly yes.
From the gridiron to the baseball diamond, former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow's dream of playing in the major league's one day heads to Lakewood this weekend, but if you want to go to a game at First Energy Park buy your tickets sooner rather than later.
"If you build it, they will come," -- The iconic movie line from Field of Dreams comes to life in Toms River with a family who was hit with tragedy about four and a half years ago when nineteen month old Gavin Kane suffered injuries preventing him from being able to walk or talk. Plans for a real life Field of Dreams are underway, so Gavin can play ball.
It's once again time to run the white chalk up the base lines, evenly spread the infield dirt and cut the outfield grass at the Toms River East Little League complex as their annual parade and opening day ceremony take place this Saturday April 1.
The Brick Township High School Green Dragons Football team and their fan base received a huge surprise Monday when they not only won the USA Football 'Football Town Award' but as a result had the chance to meet New York Giants Wide-Receiver Victor Cruz.
What looked to be a defensive showdown heading into the half with a 7-0 Keyport lead, came a back-and-forth third quarter before the Red Raiders went up for good and defeated Point Beach 27-14 in the Central Jersey Groups 1 semifinals which locks up a rematch with Asbury Park in two weeks.
It's not the way they drew up the game-plan heading into the first round of the NJSIAA State Sectional Playoffs in Central Jersey Group IV, but the Brick Township Green Dragons used their potent defense to hold off numerous attempts to rally by 8-seed Neptune Township and win 20-13 Friday night.
Manalapans offense was absolutely ferocious all night long in their 35-0 win over the Class A-North rival Freehold Township Patriots, but it was also 5 sacks recorded by the defense which helped the Braves claim the division crown Friday night.
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