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Tag Archives: Ducks
My family is crazy. Baseball crazy to be exact. Odds are if there is no answer at the Neal family door it is because it is baseball season (though for us that is summer, spring AND fall). My dad and brother are the worst (or the best, depending how you look at it). Continue reading
The Greene Team gets interviews going at Bethpage Ballpark on Tuesday. Continue reading
Yesterday was exciting, long and productive. Like school, I and the other students had an early start to our much anticipated day. Not being a morning person, I surprisingly was quite energized at 6:15 am and got up rather easily as soon as my alarm clock went off. I was ready to explore the new things that awaited me in the program. Continue reading
It’s amazing what you learn at a baseball game. We as human beings crave attention but when we get it, we hate it. Look at movie stars as another example – they strive for the spotlight and once they have it, they hate it. Continue reading
he longest I have stayed away from home had been for four days, so this week has made me miss my town. Luckily, Bethpage Ballpark (where the Ducks play) is about a ten minute drive from my town. It was great seeing some familiar faces at the Ducks game that I have not seen since I left for this program. Continue reading
If someone begs you to interview them, then it is probably not a good idea – this and more good rules of sports reporting. Continue reading
Sometimes a moment feels like a day, and yesterday felt like a week. All day I was fighting the urge to close my eyes and sleep. Even though the information and lectures were interesting, they were no match for my three hours of sleep. Continue reading
While there’s a lot of change going on at WLNY right now, we’re glad that they, along with Newsday and the Ducks, were able to fit us in today to talk about how the news gets made. Continue reading