Stuff You’ll Like: May 15
Good afternoon from an overcast NBT Bank Stadium where the Chiefs and Columbus Clippers will play the second of a four-game series at 7:00. Feels like we were here just this morning…oh wait, we were. Yesterday’s 14-inning contest between the Chiefs and Clippers was finally ended on Francisco Soriano’s first Triple-A hit. It was a mob scene at home plate as a tired Will Rhymes crossed the plate for the winning run.
A great edition of “Stuff You’ll Like” yesterday from Kevin, but I hope you’ll enjoy my first issue even more.
Lets take a look-see…
-A recap of yesterday’s exciting game by Lindsay Kramer.
-Yesterday in the broadcast booth, there was a long discussion of what could possibly be the mascot for the Double-A Tennessee Smokies. Well I may have found one (actually three) and they’re already in Memphis.
-If you’re up late at night and Jimmy Fallon is not on the TV, you’re missing out. Here’s the Chickeneers.
-The NHL Playoffs have been narrowed down from 16 teams to 8. Congratulations if your team still remains. Here’s a little motivation to get you started for Round 2. BECAUSE IT’S THE CUP.
-72 years ago today Joe DiMaggio had his first hit of his 56-game hit streak. An MLB record that may never be broken. Here’s a tribute to the “Yankee Clipper.”
-Play of the Day: This one comes from across the Atlantic, where soccer clubs Watford and Leicester City battled for a bid to the Championship Playoff Finals to play for a chance to move up to the Premier League next season. In second-half injury time, with Watford leading 2-1 on the day but tied 2-2 on aggregate, Watford was set to be eliminated on away goals. Then, this happened…