Yesterday I actually made my first real appearance at Steinbrenner Field for spring training.Since the pandemic, many things have changed. Many new faces, many new rules, just a little bit of everything. This year I enter my 49th season around the Yankee Universe. Rather than go through the whole credential process to get into the […]
Month: March 2022
April Fools’ Food Pranks You Need to Try this Year
April Fools’ Day is the perfect holiday to try something new and creative while trying to prank your friends and family. Nothing is better than a good laugh or a smile on someone’s face, and these fun April Fools’ food pranks are sure to do exactly that!
Best Paperbacks of the Month
Although we are only three months into the new year, tons of new book releases have taken the world by storm. Whether your favorite genre is horror, mystery, sci-fi, nothing feels better than curling up and diving into a new paperback.
Shildt Responds to Being Fired from the Cardinals: “I Have a Broken Heart”
An emotional Mike Shildt, former St. Louis Cardinals manager, speaks with USA Today about his tragic experience of being fired after the end of their 2021 season. As the Cardinals are excited to start their new baseball season after Albert Pujols, a St. Louis fan-favorite signs a new contact with his team, Mike Shildt, in an interview with USA Today reporter Bob Nightengale, discusses how hard it was leaving the Cardinals. Since being fired, he has signed with the Padres as a player development consultant for the new baseball season this year, but despite the change in scenery, Shildt is still heartbroken.
Drake Teases New Music, Seen in the Studio
Drake took to his Instagram story to post a video of him in the studio. The video now has fans speculating whether or not the rapper is releasing new music soon. In the public shared story, there is a sound engineer behind a mixing desk surrounded by speakers.
President Biden Urges Congress to Approve COVID Spending Bill
President Biden addressed Congress in a speech at the White House on Wednesday, warning them that U.S. progress against the spread of COVID-19 would be at severe risk if Congress does not approve a huge spending bill for emergency coronavirus relief aid.
The CDC Signs Off on Second COVID-19 Shot for People 50+
On Tuesday, March 29th, the CDC and other U.S. regulators approved and authorized a second COVID-19 booster shot for individuals 50 years old and older, providing more protection for individuals more vulnerable. Individuals over the age of 50 can now receive either the Pfizer-BioNTech or the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine.
Bruce Arians Stepping Down as Buccaneers Coach
Super Bowl-winning coach Bruce Arians is stepping down as the head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He is inviting a devoted friend and highly skilled defensive coordinator Todd Bowles to continue coaching the Buccaneers team. In Arians’s statement, “I wanted to ensure when I walked away that Todd Bowles would have the best opportunity to succeed.”
Don Young, Representative of Alaska, Remembered at the Capitol
At age 88, Representative Don Young passed away on March 18th, 2022. He had died due to losing consciousness when flying from Seattle back to Alaska. Representing the state of Alaska, he is the longest serving Republican in the history of the House of Representatives. National Sanctuary Hall is his current resting place.
239 Homeless Camps Cleared in NYC
With Mayer Eric Adams’s attempt to make New York City safe for their residents and tourists, the city has gone into action in clearing homeless encampments and placing homeless people into shelters. New Yorkers have mixed feelings about this initiative because there is still danger with muggling and robberies every day. Sanitation workers and the police have cleared out 239 homeless camps in under two weeks, but only five people agreed to go to homeless shelters.
Six Ways to Reduce Stress
Reducing stress can seem like another item on your to-do list, making it impossible. Stress-relieving tactics can alleviate stress and help keep you calm when feeling distressed. Although it may seem like stress-relieving tips and tactics can seem time-consuming, they are a lot easier to implement into your routine.
Tiger Woods Teases Returning to Masters Tournament 2022
Speculation of the pro-golfer, Tiger Woods, attending the 2022 Masters Tournament has been circulating on social media as the golfer is seen at Augusta National Golf Club playing a practice round. Woods was accompanied by his son Charlie Woods and by pro-golfer Justin Thomas.