Archive for July 27th, 2009

Nobody’s Perfect

Last Thursday, a true rarity in sports occurred when Mark Buehrle of the Chicago White Sox pitched a perfect game against the Tampa Bay Rays—meaning that no Rays batters reached base at all. 27 up, 27 down. A perfect game is so rare that this was only the 18th perfect game in baseball history, and…

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Tony Clark – Major League Baseball – Arizona Diamondbacks

Major League Baseball players refer to August as the “dog days” of the season. If a team is in contention, they are trying to stay healthy for the stretch run. If a team is out of the pennant race, August can be a miserably long month.

On this edition of Sports Spectrum Today, we talk with a veteran player, Tony Clark of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

It has been a miserable time in Arizona—the Diamondbacks have languished below .500 for most of the year.

Yet, Tony perseveres. In today conversation he shares how his faith in Christ motivates him to play hard every day. He also talks about his long baseball career and how he has grown in his faith during is career.

Tony has played for a number of different teams. He has experienced a great deal of success in Major League Baseball. Don’t miss this visit with Tony Clark on Sports Spectrum Today.

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