The "Person of Interest" and "Angel" alum joins Stephen Moyer, Jamie Chung and others in the TV series from Matt Nix. The post Fox’s X-Men TV Drama Adds Amy Acker appeared first on CBR.com.
Fox’s Marvel mutant drama has recruited a former vampire. True Blood alum Stephen Moyer has just been cast as the lead in the series, joining Jamie Chung and Blair Redford. The kinda-sorta X-Men spinoff centers on a family that goesShow More Summary
The True Blood star will join the X-Men series alongside Jamie Chung The post Stephen Moyer to Headline Fox X-Men Pilot appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The 'True Blood' grad joins a cast that includes Blair Redford and Jamie Chung. read more
Stephen Moyer will join Blair Redford and Jamie Chung in the upcoming live-action pilot based on the X-Men franchise. The post Fox’s X-Men Pilot Adds True Blood Star Stephen Moyer appeared first on CBR.com.
Seattle Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez earned the 146th win of his career on Monday against the Tampa Bay Rays, passing Jamie Moyer to take sole possession of first place on the all-time franchise wins list, per Sportsnet Stats. Now...Show More Summary
Seattle Mariners ace Felix Hernandez added another accolade to his illustrious career Monday by becoming the all-time winningest pitcher in franchise history. Hernandez passed Jamie Moyer with his 146th win, according to MLB Stat of the Day. Show More Summary
Felix Hernandez tied Jamie Moyer's franchise record for career victories at 145 in the Seattle Mariners' 1-0 victory over Kansas City on Friday night, the Royals' fourth straight loss.
A major shake-up in the 10 Most Wanted list. I started this blog more than 7 years ago, and my second post led off with an image of the 1991 Bowman Jamie Moyer card. It was a tiny, grainy image I swiped from the internet, back when finding images of a particular baseball card could actually be rather difficult. Show More Summary
Pepperdine second baseman Hutton Moyer, the son of former major league pitcher Jamie Moyer, was among the eight players, including three with Southern California ties, that the Angels selected on the second day of the draft Tuesday.
The rides are too long.
Stuck on California Screamin' at Disneyland. Not sure what is more difficult, pitching in a Major League game or this (...)
One of the most improved broadcast teams in all of baseball during the 2014 season belonged to the Philadelphia Phillies. Heading into the season, CSN Philly revamped their booth, ousting long-time broadcasters Gary Matthews and Chris Wheeler. Show More Summary
The Phillies announced earlier in the week that their three-man broadcast team of Tom McCarthy, Canadian Stone Cold Steve Austin Matt Stairs, and Jamie Moyer would call Friday night's game against the Braves from a special location in centerfield. Good idea! Read more...
Phillies' legend Mike Schmidt is expected to join Matt Stairs and Jamie Moyer in the broadcast booth this season.
It looks like the Philadelphia Phillies have found the newest members of their announce team - former Phillies players Matt Stairs and Jamie Moyer. Each former player will broadcast 100 games in 2014, 70 each as part of a duo with Tom...Show More Summary
A long time ago, in a job far, far away, I decided we needed a new way to think of our outstanding baseball players who didn't finish their careers with Hall of Fame-worthy numbers. Oddly, I began to think of this "Wing of Amazing" because of Omar Vizquel. Show More Summary
2. Don't be afraid to make mistakes, toss what doesn't work, and start again. Professionals throw away chunks of novels and stories all the time and start again. Not every story will work, not every plot will come together or every character come to life. Show More Summary
Baseball is a game of longevity. In contrast to basketball or football in particular, baseball players can play well into their 30s and have a great deal of success. Every now and then, you even get a guy like Jamie Moyer or Julio Franco who makes it almost to 50. Interestingly, there are many free agents who will be in this position this winter. Show More Summary
The journeyman pitcher who began his career with the Cubs in 1986 discusses his longevity and other things he's learned with ChicagoSide publisher Jonathan Eig at Revolution Brewpub tonight. [ more › ]