June 13, 2012 |
Jeff Trout tries never to miss a Los Angeles Angels game since his son, Mike, is a fixture in the outfield. And Jeff Trout enjoys seeing his old manager, Charlie Manuel, guide the Phillies, a team the elder Trout has been following his entire life. Jeff Trout is a former minor-leaguer who reached as high as double A. After finishing second in the nation in batting at Delaware in 1983, he was drafted in the fifth round by the Minnesota Twins. He began his pro career with the single-A Wisconsin Rapids, where his manager was Manuel.
August 26, 2014
Rand Greenblatt , senior director of financial planning and analysis at Independence Blue Cross, George Hall , adjunct professor of business administration at Strayer University, and Sun Lee , managing director of tax at KPMG, were named to the board of the American Cancer Society . Matt Hager , senior manager of procurement and strategic sourcing at Sunoco, was named to the Campus Philly Corporate Advisory Council ....
July 3, 2012 |
Day & Zimmermann, a Philadelphia provider of industrial, defense and workforce services for government and commercial customers, has hired Ken Jobe as vice president, process and industrial, in its engineering, construction and maintenance unit. Jobe was the owner and principal of Polaris Global Solutions. Intech Construction, a privately held Philadelphia-based construction manager and general contractor, has promoted Joe Kelly, Blaise Lutz, Dave Maguire, and Phil Moses to principals.
May 30, 2012 |
In a tale of woe that sounds like a country song, Randy Travis is accusing his ex-wife, Elizabeth Travis, of divulging confidential information about him in order to damage his reputation and career. The accusations were made in a countersuit he filed this month against Elizabeth in a federal court in Nashville. The countersuit is the latest salvo in their ongoing feud. The couple divorced in 2010 after 19 years of marriage. Elizabeth had been Randy's manager for more than three decades and continued to work with him after they divorced.
June 24, 2011
Phillies broadcaster Gary Matthews tries to do one thing the same every time he comes to St. Louis. "I talk to Red Schoendienst," Matthews said. Matthews interviewed Schoendienst on Thursday for the Phillies' pregame radio show. The former St. Louis Cardinals player and manager truly is a living treasure whose 87-year-old mind is filled with first-person accounts of some of baseball's greatest legends. "He was telling me about Whitey [Richie Ashburn] and what a competitor Robin Roberts was," Matthews said.