Matt Adams

Matthew James Adams (born August 31, 1988) is an American professional baseball first baseman for the Washington Nationals of Major League Baseball (MLB). Nicknamed Big City for his imposing size and ability to regularly hit long home runs, the St. Louis Cardinals selected Adams in the 23rd round of the 2009 MLB draft from Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania.

Playing in the Texas League in 2011, Adams was recognized as that league's Most Valuable Player and the Cardinals Minor League Player of the Year with a .300 batting average, 32 home runs and 101 runs batted in. He made his MLB debut with the Cardinals in 2012. In his rookie season in 2013, Adams hit 17 home runs in 296 at-bats. Adams has also played in MLB for the Atlanta Braves.

Matt Adams
Mattadams2013profilepic
Adams with the St. Louis Cardinals
Washington Nationals – No. 15
First baseman / Left fielder
Born: August 31, 1988 (age 30)
Philipsburg, Pennsylvania
Bats: Left Throws: Right
MLB debut
May 20, 2012, for the St. Louis Cardinals
MLB statistics
(through July 16, 2019)
Batting average.264
Home runs110
Runs batted in371
Teams

Early life

Adams grew up in Philipsburg, Centre County, Pennsylvania. After graduating from Philipsburg-Osceola High School he attended Slippery Rock University[1] where he holds the career records of batting average (.473) and slugging percentage (.754). In 2009, he was named the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association's Division II National Player of the Year.[2][3]

Baseball career

Draft and minor leagues

The St. Louis Cardinals drafted Matt Adams in the 23rd round of the 2009 Major League Baseball draft.[4] At each level he played in the minor leagues, Adams displayed prodigious hitting ability. His first full-season assignment came in 2010 with the Quad Cities River Bandits of the Class A Midwest League. In 121 games, he batted .310 with 71 runs scored, 44 doubles, 22 home runs (HR), and 88 runs batted in (RBI). His .541 slugging percentage (SLG) led all Cardinals minor leaguers.

In 2011, Adams was named the Cardinals Minor League Player of the Year and the Texas League Most Valuable Player (MVP) after hitting .300, a .357 on-base percentage (OBP) and .566 SLG with 32 HR and 101 RBI in 115 games. He set club records in home runs and RBI, including eclipsing the mark of 29 HR Colby Rasmus set in 2007.[3][5] After the season, Adams played in the Arizona Fall League (AFL), and he was selected to represent the Cardinals in the AFL Rising Stars Game.[6]

St. Louis Cardinals

2012

Prior to the 2012 season, Baseball America considered him the ninth best prospect in the Cardinals organization.[7] On May 20, 2012, the Cardinals called Adams up after placing Lance Berkman on the disabled list (DL). He went 2-for-4 in his major league debut.[8][9] He hit his first major league home run six days later. Adams played in 27 games with the Cardinals where he hit .244 with 13 RBI and two home runs before returning to Memphis.[10]

Mattadams2013cardinals
Adams batting against the Mets

Splitting time between the Memphis Redbirds of the Class AAA Pacific Coast League and the Cardinals, he continued to show consistent power and batting average in the minor leagues. At Memphis, Adams hit 18 home runs with 50 RBI as he batted .329 with a .624 slugging percentage.[10] However, an elbow injury brought an early end to his 2012 season. The injury, which had been a nagging problem much of summer, finally had to be treated surgically in mid-August to remove a bone spur.[11]

2013

Adams led the Cardinals in 2013 spring training with 17 RBI.[2] It was at that point that Adams earned his nickname, "Big City." According to former teammate David Freese, several players had been searching for a nickname for the 6 ft 3 inch 230-pounder, when one day someone shouted out "Big City." Said Freese: "Well he's a big boy that can rake [the ball]. I guess it hit because the guy can flat-out hit."[12] Adams started off the regular season on the St. Louis Cardinals roster as a bench player, backing up first baseman Allen Craig. He caught the attention of the fans and media early on when in his first ten plate appearances he hit three home runs, two doubles, three singles, and a walk.[13] For a significant part of April, his batting average hovered between .640 and .700.[2]

With a right oblique strain, the Cardinals placed Adams on the 15-day disabled list on April 26, retroactive to April 22.[14] As the season progressed, teams began to notice his pull-hitting tendencies and often employed an extreme infield shift on him that left one or no fielders on the left side of the second base bag. He also had difficulty hitting off-speed pitches from left-handed pitchers. Because he often grounded out to the right side of the bag, his batting average began to precipitously decline. In June, he batted just .179 and .205 in August.[15]

At the conclusion of his rookie season, Adams finished with a .284 batting average and .503 SLG. He connected for 17 HR in 296 AB for a ratio of one home run every 17.41 at bats. That represented the third-best figure for rookies in franchise history. His home run to fly ball ratio was 21.8%, ranking 11th in the major leagues for all players with at least 300 PA.[16] Regular right fielder Carlos Beltrán became a free agent after the season. Craig shifted to right field to replace him, clearing a way for Adams to assume first base regularly.[17]

2014

Mattbigcity2014
Adams batting against Atlanta, 2014

During a game against the Cincinnati Reds on April 3, 2014 in Cincinnati, Adams was attempting to catch a Chris Heisey pop-up that sailed into the shallow part of the seats. The infield tarp was in Adams' run path. As he leaned over the tarp to catch the ball, it was falling toward the second row of seats, and a fan named Chris Smith caught the ball with his own glove just above Adams' outstretch glove. Adams shifted his momentum to stand back up behind the tarp, and planted his glove on Smith's chest, pushing himself backward with a moderate shove. Smith, who had been recovering from knee surgery, gestured an obscenity with his hand toward him. During post-game interviews, Adams stated that he did not realize he had shoved Smith, but that he was preventing himself from falling into the stands.[18]

Opponents escalated the rate of infield shifting the employed against Adams in 2014, as it was already a league-wide trend. To foil the shift, he began to hit the ball more to left field (also a technique known as "taking the pitch the other way") from the outset of the season.[15] Another difference from the season prior was that he did not hit his first home run until the eleventh game of 2014, which took place against the Chicago Cubs. The results of his modified approach began to show, as he was batting .357 with a .400 OBP and .548 SLG through that game.[19] Despite the drop-off in the power numbers, he continued to hit well against the shift. As of June 10, he was batting .390 (16 for 41) on ground balls and line drives against the shift with three home runs for the year. He also did it without successfully bunting for a base hit.[20]

The team placed Adams on the DL for the second time in his MLB career from May–June. After his return, he homered in the first three games.[21] His first multi-homer game of the season came against the Colorado Rockies on June 23 at Coors Field with two home runs and six RBI in an 8–0 victory.[22] This was Adams' third MLB multi-home run game and first the six-RBI game for the Cardinals since David Freese did it June 7, 2012 against the Houston Astros.[23] In a July 7 contest against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Adams hit the first walk-off home run in the regular season by a Cardinals batter since Skip Schumaker did so against the Kansas City Royals in 2011.[24]

In Game 4 of the 2014 NLDS, Adams erased the Los Angeles Dodgers' 2–0 lead in the 7th inning with a three-run homer off ace Clayton Kershaw. The home run accounted for the winning runs in the Cardinals' 3–2 victory, helping to secure their fourth straight NLCS appearance.[25]

2015–2017

Madamsfirstbase
Matt Adams takes a throw in 2016

On May 27, 2015, the Cardinals placed Adams on the DL with a torn quadriceps muscle, and he was initially supposed to miss the remainder of the season.[26] The Cardinals reactivated him on September 9.[27] As an arbitration-eligible player prior to the 2016 season, Adams and the Cardinals agreed to a one-year, $1.65 million contract.[28] He continued his success in foiling the shift through May 2016 by a slight modification to his swing, and as a result, successfully gaining hits to each of the three outfield zones over 30 percent of the time. He had hit .354, three home runs, 14 RBI and .604 SLG through the first 25 days of that month.[29]

On July 22, 2016, while playing the Dodgers, Adams hit a 444 feet (135 m) home run in the 16th inning for walk-off, 4−3, win. It was the second time in his career he had hit a walk-off home run in the 16th inning.[30]

Atlanta Braves

On May 20, 2017, the Cardinals traded Adams and cash considerations to the Atlanta Braves in exchange for minor league infielder Juan Yepez.[31][32]

Washington Nationals

Adams signed a one-year contract with the Washington Nationals on December 22, 2017.[33] On May 7, he homered twice versus the San Diego Padres, giving him his sixth and seventh in seven games, along with 13 RBI. He had hit 10 home runs through that point in the season.[34]

Return to the Cardinals

On August 21, 2018, Adams was traded to the St. Louis Cardinals in exchange for cash considerations.[35]

Return to the Nationals

On December 15, 2018, Adams agreed to a one year, $4 million deal with the Washington Nationals.[36]

References

  1. ^ "Matt Adams statistics and history". Baseball-Reference.com. Retrieved April 15, 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "Rookie backup Matt Adams batting .643 for Cardinals". Sports Illustrated. Associated Press. April 11, 2013. Retrieved April 15, 2013.
  3. ^ a b Slippery Rock University Press (August 29, 2011). "Adams earns Texas League MVP honor". Slippery Rock University Athletics.
  4. ^ Mlot, Josh (June 11, 2009). "Matt Adams drafted by St. Louis Cardinals". The Progress. Retrieved January 27, 2014.
  5. ^ Leach, Matthew (November 30, 2011). "Miller, Adams earn Cards' Minors awards". MLB.com.
  6. ^ Leach, Matthew (November 2, 2011). "Cards' Adams to play in Rising Stars Game". MLB.com.
  7. ^ Goold, Derrick (November 21, 2011). "St. Louis Cardinals top 2012 prospects". Baseball America.
  8. ^ "May 20, 2012 St. Louis Cardinals at Los Angeles Dodgers play by play and box score". Baseball-Reference.com. May 20, 2012.
  9. ^ Langosch, Jenifer (May 12, 2012). "Adams hopes to impress in big league stint". stlouis.cardinals.mlb.com.
  10. ^ a b Raymond, Jonathan (December 12, 2012). "Taveras not Lone Star for Cardinals". MLB.com. Retrieved December 12, 2012.
  11. ^ Starkey, J. P. (August 14, 2012). "Cardinals prospect Matt Adams undergoes surgery, return set for spring 2013". SB Nation.com. Retrieved December 12, 2012.
  12. ^ Frederickson, Ben (April 10, 2013). "Adams lives up to 'Big City' nickname". Fox Sports Midwest. Retrieved April 15, 2013.
  13. ^ Goold, Derrick (April 15, 2013). "Hard for Cards to keep Adams on bench". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Retrieved April 15, 2013.
  14. ^ Langosch, Jenifer (April 26, 2013). "Cards place Adams on DL, purchase Curtis' contract". MLB.com.
  15. ^ a b Nations, Steven (April 8, 2014). "Are we seeing a different Matt Adams?". KSDK.com. Retrieved April 12, 2014.
  16. ^ Miklasz, Bernie (November 21, 2013). "Trade Matt Adams at your own risk". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Retrieved January 28, 2014.
  17. ^ Nations, Stephen (April 8, 2014). "Are we seeing a different Matt Adams?". KSDK.com. Retrieved June 7, 2014.
  18. ^ Rosecrans, C. Trent (April 3, 2014). "Fan gets a shove from Cardinals' 1B Matt Adams". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Retrieved April 12, 2014.
  19. ^ "Chicago Cubs vs. St. Louis Cardinals – box score". ESPN.com. April 12, 2014. Retrieved April 12, 2014.
  20. ^ Knisley, Michael (June 10, 2014). "When the defense looks shifty ..." ESPN.com. Retrieved June 14, 2014.
  21. ^ "Cardinals make it 7 of 8, stifle Mets 6–2". Sports Illustrated. Associated Press. June 16, 2014. Retrieved June 23, 2014.
  22. ^ Ulm, Cody (June 24, 2014). "Adams homers twice behind Lynn's gem". MLB.com. Retrieved June 23, 2014.
  23. ^ Smith, Ryan (June 23, 2014). "Matt Adams' career night power Cardinals in Colorado". Redbird Rants. Retrieved June 23, 2014.
  24. ^ Halsted, Alex (July 7, 2014). "After scoreless duel, Cards walk off with win". MLB.com. Retrieved July 7, 2014.
  25. ^ Schoenfield, David (October 9, 2014). "Cardinals again shock Kershaw, Dodgers". ESPN. Retrieved October 9, 2014.
  26. ^ Silva, Drew (May 27, 2015). "John Mozeliak announces Matt Adams will miss 3–4 months, possibly the year, with torn quad". HardballTalk. Retrieved May 28, 2015.
  27. ^ Axisa, Mike (September 9, 2015). "Cardinals get another potent left-handed bat in Matt Adams". NBCSports.com. Retrieved September 12, 2015.
  28. ^ "Cardinals to re-sign Trevor Rosenthal, Seth Maness, Brandon Moss". ESPN.com. Associated Press. January 15, 2016. Retrieved January 16, 2016.
  29. ^ Bailey, J. J. (May 25, 2016). "Big City spray: Matt Adams has remade himself as an all-field hitter". KMOV. Retrieved May 2016. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)
  30. ^ Langosch, Jenifer; Krueger, Nick (July 23, 2016). "Dra-Matt-ic finish! Cards top LA in 16". MLB.com. Retrieved July 23, 2016.
  31. ^ http://www.foxsports.com/south/story/braves-trade-matt-adams-cardinals-052017
  32. ^ Bowman, Mark. "Braves acquire Matt Adams from Cardinals". MLB. Retrieved May 20, 2017.
  33. ^ Collier, Jamal (December 22, 2017). "Nationals, Adams agree to one-year deal". MLB.com. Retrieved December 22, 2017.
  34. ^ Collier, Jamal (May 7, 2018). "Adams (7 HRs in 7 games) leads sizzling Nats". MLB.com. Retrieved May 10, 2018.
  35. ^ "Nationals trade Daniel Murphy, Matt Adams". MLB.com. August 21, 2018.
  36. ^ "Matt Adams returning to Washington Nationals on one-year deal". ESPN.com. December 15, 2018.

External links

2008 NECBL season

The 2008 NECBL season was the 15th season of the New England Collegiate Baseball League, a wood bat collegiate summer baseball league. The league's Holyoke, Massachusetts franchise, the Holyoke Giants moved to Lynn, Massachusetts and became the North Shore Navigators. Also, the league's Concord, New Hampshire franchise, the Concord Quarry Dogs, moved to Holyoke and became the Holyoke Blue Sox.In the quarterfinal playoff rounds, Keene defeated North Shore 2-0 (1-0,10-7), Pittsfield defeated North Adams 2-0 (4-3,7-2), Sanford defeated Vermont 2-1 (3-5,5-1,1-0), and Newport defeated Manchester 2-0 (9-2,9-3). In the semifinal rounds, Newport defeated Pittsfield 2-0 (13-5,6-3) and Sanford defeated Keene 2-0 (15-4,6-5). In game 1 of the championship series, Sanford defeated Newport 6-5. In game 2, Sanford defeated Newport 4-1 to win the NECBL championship.

2013 National League Championship Series

The 2013 National League Championship Series, the 44th NLCS, was a best-of-seven playoff pitting the St. Louis Cardinals against the Los Angeles Dodgers for Major League Baseball's National League pennant. The Cardinals beat the Dodgers in six games.

This was the fourth postseason meeting between the Cardinals and Dodgers, after the 1985 NLCS (Cardinals won 4–2), 2004 NLDS (Cardinals won 3–1), and 2009 NLDS (Dodgers won 3–0).

The Cardinals would go on to lose to the Boston Red Sox in the 2013 World Series in six games.

2013 National League Division Series

The 2013 National League Division Series were two best-of-five-game series to determine the baseball teams to participate in the 2013 National League Championship Series. The three divisional winners (seeded 1-3 based on record) and a fourth team — the winner of a one-game Wild Card playoff — played in two series. TBS carried most of the games, with some on MLB Network.

These matchups were:

(1) St. Louis Cardinals (Central Division champions, 97–65) vs. (4) Pittsburgh Pirates (Wild Card Game winner, 94–68)

(2) Atlanta Braves (East Division champions, 96–66) vs. (3) Los Angeles Dodgers (West Division champions, 92–70)The restriction on teams from the same division meeting in the Division Series was removed prior to the 2012 season. Therefore, the Cardinals and Pirates, both from the Central Division, were able to meet in the Division Series. Under the format used from 1998-2011, (1) St. Louis would have faced (3) Los Angeles in one Division Series, and (2) Atlanta would have faced (4) Pittsburgh in the other.

This was the first postseason meeting between the current National League Central division rivals St. Louis and Pittsburgh. The Pirates made their first postseason appearance since 1992, and their first appearance in the Division Series in franchise history.

This was the second postseason meeting between the Dodgers and Braves. The Braves previously defeated the Dodgers 3–0 in the 1996 NLDS.

2013 St. Louis Cardinals season

The St. Louis Cardinals 2013 season was the 132nd for the baseball team in St. Louis, Missouri, the 122nd season in the National League (NL), and the eighth at Busch Stadium III. On Opening Day, April 1, the St. Louis Cardinals played the 20,000th game in franchise history against the Arizona Diamondbacks, dating back to the start of their American Association (AA) play in 1882. Heading into the 2013 season, St. Louis had an all-time winning percentage of .518.Early in the season, the Cardinals navigated around the loss of key players Chris Carpenter, Jason Motte, Rafael Furcal and Jaime García due to season-ending injuries. To offset these depletions, the St. Louis tapped heavily into their farm system. In a May game against the Colorado Rockies, rookie starting pitcher Shelby Miller set an all-time franchise record for a nine-inning game score of 98. Starter Adam Wainwright accumulated a franchise-record ​34 2⁄3 innings (IP) before issuing his first walk on April 23 and earned NL Pitcher of the Month honors in June. First baseman Allen Craig produced the third-highest individual batting average with runners in scoring position at .454 as the Cardinals set an all-time Major League team record at .330. Rookie Matt Adams led the team in slugging percentage at .503. Second baseman Matt Carpenter, playing his first season at the position since turning professional, earned an All-Star selection as he led the Major Leagues in hits (199), runs scored (126), and doubles (55). In all, 20 rookies appeared in a game and the Cardinals collected 36 victories from their rookie pitchers. The 2013 edition set franchise records in fielding percentage (.988), pitching strikeouts (1254) and strikeouts per 9 innings pitched (7.73).Holding off fierce competition from the Cincinnati Reds and Pittsburgh Pirates, the Cardinals clinched the division crown as each team won at least 90 games. The Cardinals finished the season with an NL-best 97–65 won–loss record. They opened the playoffs by defeating the Pirates in five games in the NL Division Series (NLDS). Advancing to their third straight National League Championship Series, they defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers in six games for their 19th NL pennant. Rookie Michael Wacha, who had nearly no-hit the Washington Nationals late in September, continued his dominance throughout the postseason as he allowed no runs against the Dodgers in 13 IP, earning the NLCS MVP. It was the second straight NLCS appearance to which manager Mike Matheny guided the Cardinals, who became the first manager to appear in an LCS in his first two seasons. Rookie closer Trevor Rosenthal extended a 20-inning postseason scoreless streak that started in the 2012 NLDS. The Cardinals met the Boston Red Sox in the World Series, only to lose the series in six games.

2014 National League Championship Series

The 2014 National League Championship Series was a best-of-seven playoff pitting the St. Louis Cardinals against the San Francisco Giants for the National League pennant and the right to play in the 2014 World Series. The series was the 45th in league history with Fox airing Game 1 and Fox Sports 1 airing Games 2–5 in the United States. Game 1 was simulcast on Fox Sports 1 and was hosted by Kevin Burkhardt, Gabe Kapler and C.J. Nitkowski, who offered sabermetric analysis of the game.To reach the 2014 NLCS, the Cardinals (Central Division champions, 90–72) defeated the Dodgers (West Division champions, 94–68) in the NLDS, 3 games to 1. The Giants (Wild Card, 88–74) defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates in the NL Wild Card Game and then defeated the Nationals (East Division champions, 96–66) in the NLDS, 3 games to 1.This was the fourth time the two teams have met in the postseason (1987 NLCS, 2002 NLCS, and 2012 NLCS). The Cardinals, by virtue of being a division winner, had the home field advantage. The Giants clinched their third pennant within a five-year span, with NLCS wins in 2010 and 2012.

The Giants would go on to defeat the Kansas City Royals in the World Series in seven games, winning their third World Series championship in five years.

2014 National League Division Series

The 2014 National League Division Series was two best-of-five-game series to determine the participating teams in the 2014 National League Championship Series. The Washington Nationals, Los Angeles Dodgers, and St. Louis Cardinals (seeded 1–3 based on record, respectively) and San Francisco Giants—played in two series. Fox Sports 1 carried most of the games, with two of the games on MLB Network.

These matchups were:

(1) Washington Nationals (East Division champion, 96–66) vs. (5) San Francisco Giants (Wild Card Winner, 88–74)

(2) Los Angeles Dodgers (West Division champion, 94–68) vs. (3) St. Louis Cardinals (Central Division champion, 90–72)This was the first postseason meeting between the Nationals and Giants. The Dodgers and Cardinals met in the postseason for the fifth time, with the Cardinals having won three of the first four matchups, including the previous year's NLCS which the Cardinals won 4 games to 2.

2015 St. Louis Cardinals season

The St. Louis Cardinals 2015 season was the 134th for the Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise in St. Louis, Missouri, the 124th season in the National League (NL), and the 10th at Busch Stadium III. They entered the 2015 season as two-time defending NL Central division champions and having made four consecutive National League Championship Series (NLCS) appearances.

The Cardinals' 2014–15 offseason began tragically with the death of rookie outfielder Oscar Taveras in a traffic collision on October 26. On November 17, they acquired right fielder Jason Heyward and pitcher Jordan Walden from the Atlanta Braves in a blockbuster trade for pitchers Shelby Miller and Tyrell Jenkins. The Cardinals inducted Curt Flood, Bob Forsch, George Kissell and Ted Simmons into the franchise Hall of Fame. Forbes valued the Cardinals at $1.2 billion in 2015, ranking them 27th out of all sports franchises in the world, and the sixth-highest in all MLB.

By winning 22 of their first 29 games of the season, the Cardinals secured their best start since 1887, and became the first major league team of the year to 50 wins, the fastest since the Chicago White Sox in 2005. Outfielder Matt Holliday set a new National League record by reaching base in his first 45 games of the season. In June, reports surfaced that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) were investigating an incident involving the Cardinals hacking into the Houston Astros' computer networks, the first known such case of corporate espionage in professional sports.

By winning their 100th game on September 30, the Cardinals clinched their third consecutive division title. It was the first time since 2005 they had won at least 100 games in a season. However, they lost to the Chicago Cubs in the Division Series, ending their streak of four straight NLCS appearances.

2016 St. Louis Cardinals season

The St. Louis Cardinals 2016 season was the 135th for the Major League Baseball (MLB) franchise in St. Louis, Missouri, the 125th season in the National League (NL), and the 11th at Busch Stadium III. They entered the season having won a major-league best 100 games, as three-time defending NL Central division champions, and with five consecutive playoff appearances. Forbes magazine estimated the value of the club to be $1.6 billion in 2016, making it the seventh-most valuable franchise in MLB. The Cardinals were eliminated from playoff (Wild Card) contention following the San Francisco Giants' 7–1 victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, October 2. This was the first time the Cardinals failed to make the playoffs since 2010.

2018 Washington Nationals season

The 2018 Washington Nationals season was the Nationals' 14th season as the baseball franchise of Major League Baseball in the District of Columbia, the 11th season at Nationals Park, and the 50th since the original team was started in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The regular season began on March 29, 2018, and ended on September 30, 2018.

Nationals Park hosted the 2018 Major League Baseball All-Star Game on July 17, 2018, the first time it hosted a Major League Baseball All-Star Game. It was the fifth MLB All-Star Game held in Washington, D.C., and the first since 1969.

2019 Washington Nationals season

The 2019 Washington Nationals season is the Nationals' 15th season as the baseball franchise of Major League Baseball in the District of Columbia, the 12th season at Nationals Park, and the 51st since the original team was started in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The regular season began on March 28, 2019, and is scheduled to end on September 29, 2019.

Big Kids

Big Kids is a family comedy show which aired on CBBC on BBC One, from 27 September to 20 December 2000. Although only thirteen episodes were ever made, the show is one of CBBC's most repeated series, due to its popularity. It aired in the United States on 29 January 2001 for a short time on Noggin.

Blast Theory

Blast Theory is a Portslade-based artists' group, whose work mixes interactive media, digital broadcasting and live performance.

Johnson City Cardinals

The Johnson City Cardinals are a Minor League Baseball team based in Johnson City, Tennessee. The Cardinals are affiliated with the St. Louis Cardinals organization and play with the Rookie Appalachian League. The team has won nine league championships, most recently in 2016. They play their home games at TVA Credit Union Ballpark.

Matt Adams (umpire)

Matt Adams is an Australian rules football umpire who has officiated in the Australian Football League.

Before umpiring in the AFL, he umpired in the West Australian Football League, officiating over 30 matches. He was appointed to the AFL rookie list in 2014, and made his debut, as an emergency umpire replacing an injured Matthew Leppard, in a match between West Coast and Gold Coast in Round 13 of that year. He left the AFL rookie list at the end of the 2017 season.

Matthew Adams (disambiguation)

Matthew Adams (died 1753) was an American writer.

Matthew Adams may also refer to:

Buddy Murphy (born 1988), born Matthew Adams, Australian professional wrestler

Matthew Algernon Adams (1836–1913), British doctor

Matt Adams (born 1988), American baseballer

Matt Adams (umpire), Australian rules football umpire

Matthew Adams (American football) (born 1995), American football linebacker

Matthew J. Adams, American archaeologist

Philipsburg, Centre County, Pennsylvania

Philipsburg is a borough in Centre County, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located at 40°53′42″N 78°13′09″W (40.895, -78.2193). It is part of the State College, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area. The borough's population was 2,770 at the 2010 census.

Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania (The Rock or SRU) is a public university in Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania. SRU is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE). The university has been coeducational since its founding in 1889. It has one of the largest campuses in western Pennsylvania, occupying 611 acres (2.4 km²).

The Man and the Challenge

The Man and the Challenge is a 36-segment half-hour television adventure/science fiction series which ran new episodes on NBC from September 12, 1959, to June 11, 1960. It starred George Nader as Dr. Glenn Barton, a research scientist for the Institute of Human Factors, an agency that conducted experiments designed to measure human endurance for the United States government. The series was produced by Ivan Tors.Nader's costars included Jack Ging as Dan Wright, Michael Masters as Bill Locke, the Canadian-born Joyce Meadows as Lynn Allen, and Michael Keith as Matt Adams. The episodes focused on various individuals setting world records of strength, endurance, and mastery of various difficult skills.The program also featured appearances by Bethel Leslie as Eleanor Beck in "The Early Warning", Ted Knight, as Dr. Herter in the episode "Daredevils", and Raymond Bailey, in the role of Dr. Kramer on the series opener "The Sphere of No Return". Joining Knight in that segment was Paul Burke.

The Woman Who Came Back

Woman Who Came Back is a 1945 horror film directed by Walter Colmes and starring John Loder, Nancy Kelly, and Otto Kruger. The screenplay concerns an offbeat woman who becomes convinced that she is a witch, a conclusion which eventually leads to mass hysteria in the town to which she has recently returned.

Languages

This page is based on a Wikipedia article written by authors (here).
Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 license; additional terms may apply.
Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.