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R Phils roll behind Moss
The Morning Call June 7, 2006
Tim Moss’ fourth hit, a two out solo homer to left in the eighth inning, was the difference Tuesday for the Phillies in a 4 3 Eastern League victory over the Binghamton Mets. The home run was Moss’ team leading sixth. Scott Mathieson (6 2) allowed three runs on eight hits in his eight innings. He struck out eight and walked two in winning his fourth straight decision. Mathieson also hit his second homer of the season. Red Barons 5, Bats 1: At Louisville, Ky., Gavin Floyd struck out nine and scattered seven hits over nine innings, leading Scranton/Wilkes Barre to the International League win. Floyd, sent down by the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday, walked one. Danny Sandoval doubled in three runs for the Red Barons in the first inning.
Restored cannon to return to Easton home
By Tracy Jordan Of The Morning Call May 3, 2006
The bickering a year ago over the cost to restore a World War I era cannon displayed in Easton’s Hackett Park seemed to have never occurred as all the parties gathered to view the finished product. “This was the big controversy, with the wheels,” said Marine veteran Joseph Cuvo of Easton. “But you can see they’re handmade. And these will last the life of the gun. It’s just a beautiful job.” The fuss arose when Combat Vehicles for Film owner Michael D. Ford Of The Morning Call February 22, 2006
Sporting blue jeans, grey Timberland boots and an oversized black sweatshirt, comedian Preacher Moss walked onto the stage Tuesday night in Easton and said he met his wife at a Muslim strip club. “I gave her $20 and she put on more clothes,” Moss said while about 90 Lafayette College students roared in laughter. During the college’s Black History Month program at the college’s Farinon Center,
Moss poked fun at his short height and Catholic school students, and joked about a holiday for white people called “Cracker Appreciation Day.”Eagles defense contains Moss
Terrell Owens’ Eagles defeated Randy Moss’s Raiders Sunday, but their personal bout was a draw. Yes, Owens caught a third quarter touchdown pass. And yes, he hauled in three balls during the drive that ended with David Akers’ decisive field goal. But he averaged a paltry 8.9 yards on his eight catches. And yes, Moss generated 86 yards on his five catches, 31 on a third and 15 grab when the Raiders marched 65 yards for the tying touchdown late in the game. Really, he doesn’t. Sure, he’s childish and selfish and apt to pitch a hissy fit the moment things don’t go his way. Like every pass, for instance. Or every contract renegotiation. (And speaking of which, we haven’t heard from Drew Rosenhaus in a while. “As a corner, you want to be involved in this game,” Brown said. “You get tired of the teams that play smash mouth football, running the ball 30 40 times a game. So much for all that Terrell Owens vs. Randy Moss hype, too. Monday night’s encounter at Lincoln Financial Field came down to the Minnesota Vikings’ linebacker sized quarterback, Daunte Culpepper, against Philadelphia Eagles safeties Michael Lewis and Brian Dawkins and linebackers Nate Wayne and Mark Simoneau in two plays at the goal line.