Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Fabrice Muamba, Ford Motor, Pulitzer Prize winner & Charlie Samuels news: 4/17, Vol. 122, 3rd Edt'n

I know there were some times, when you had to question me, you needed to know, why some things had to be….the painful transitions, pitiful positions, for everything that you've been through, God says,  I'm coming strong for you!  For your Spiritual Sports Segment on Rhema Gospel Radio, I’m C.E.E.J.A.Y.

For your quick news and notes, Felix Sturm retained the WBA middleweight title Friday night after fellow German Sebastian Zbik retired before the 10th round at the Lanxess Arena, Andy Murray has praised the French Open organizers for increasing the prize money and hopes other Grand Slams will follow suit, Fabrice Muamba was discharged Monday from the hospital where the Bolton midfielder had been treated since collapsing from a cardiac arrest during a game less than a month ago, Ford Motor Company will become the first manufacturer in NASCAR history to supply an all-electric car as the pace car as the new Focus Electric will lead the field at the April 28 Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond, after Luke Donald finished off a disappointing week at the RBC Heritage with an even-par 71 on Sunday, Donald surrendered #1 ranking to Rory McIlroy, when the new world rankings were released on Monday, it’s official as Richard Pitino has been hired to replace Isiah Thomas at Florida International, signing a five-year contract Monday afternoon to take over a program that has not posted a winning season in 12 years, South Florida starting defensive tackle Cory Grissom broke his ankle during spring practice Monday and will undergo surgery later this week, Sara Ganim and staff members of The Patriot-News of Harrisburg, PA, have won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize in local reporting for breaking the story of an alleged child sexual abuse scandal that led to the firing of longtime Penn State coach Joe Paterno, defensive lineman Tevin Holliman and defensive back Ricardo Singh, two Western Kentucky football players are recovering after being shot early Sunday morning outside a bar and their wounds aren’t life-threatening, a University of Florida student passed away Sunday night after police said he jumped from the upper level of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, the NHL has fined the Ottawa Senators $10k and forward Zenon Konopka $2,500 for "verbal abuse" from the Ottawa enforcer directed towards a New York Rangers player who was conducting a live television interview prior to Game 2 on Saturday, Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine said he has apologized to third baseman Kevin Youkilis for comments he made Sunday, in which he questioned Youkilis' physical and emotional commitment, the re-trial of Roger Clemens perjury trial commenced yesterday with the process of selecting a jury, Madison Bumgarner and the San Francisco Giants have agreed to a new six-year contract through the 2017 season, locking up the lefty through his arbitration seasons and his first year of free agency, the Atlanta Braves announced Monday that John Smoltz’s #29 will be retired and Smoltz will be inducted into the Braves Hall of Fame at Turner Field at ceremonies on June 8, Barry Bonds has been given an extension until May 4 to file written arguments in his appeal to overturn his obstruction of justice conviction, Charlie Samuels worked for the New York Mets' since 1976 and became equipment manager in 1983 and then fired in 2010, was sentenced to five years of probation after admitting in February to being in possession of $2.3 million worth of team memorabilia and he also plead guilty to possessing stolen property and tax fraud, Peyton Manning says he's pleased with the first day of offseason workouts with his new teammates on the Denver Broncos, Randall County district attorney James Farren, the Texas prosecutor who brokered a plea deal with former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf filed a motion Monday to revoke his probation and will press for prison time, the Denver Broncos have added another familiar player to Peyton Manning, signing veteran receiver Brandon Stokley to a one-year deal on Monday, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter, the Pittsburgh Steelers turned to their old standby at backup quarterback, re-signing Charlie Batch to a one-year deal, the NBA awarded New Orleans the 2014 All-Star Game now that Saints owner Tom Benson has agreed to buy the Hornets and sign a lease extension at New Orleans Arena and finally, the Washington Wizards have signed guard Morris Almond and waived Roger Mason Jr., who is out for the season after surgery on his broken left index finger.

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