Tedeschi Trucks Band is currently touring through Europe and celebrating the release of their live album and film, Live From The Fox Oakland. However, this newest release is not the only project members of the band are excited about. A live album titled Whose Hat Is This? has just gone on presale, which features a live improvisational performance by Tedeschi Trucks Band bassist Tim Lefebvre, drummers JJ Johnson and Tyler Greenwell, and sax player Kebbi Williams.Whose Hat Is This? was recorded by the foursome at A-Trane in Berlin on November 12, 2015. When Tedeschi Trucks Band made their stop in Germany, the quartet returned to A-Trane and performed at the venue as a tribute to their upcoming album. You can pre-order Whose Hat Is This? here on vinyl, so that you can get the first listen when it ships on April 9th. [H/T Tomorrowsverse]
ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth baseball team stretched its winning streak to six games to climb to a Class B North-best 8-1 record after completing a doubleheader sweep of Presque Isle on Saturday and posting a 3-1 road win against John Bapst on Tuesday.Although the Eagles were designated as the road team for both games against Presque Isle, the teams played at Ellsworth High School because Presque Isle’s fields were deemed unfit for use. Ellsworth extended its shutout streak to five games with 6-0 and 12-0 wins over the Wildcats.In the first game, Ellsworth junior Conner Wagstaff struck out 10 batters and walked just one to improve his record to 3-0 on the season. Jared Hamilton, Jackson Curtis and Devin Grindle had two hits apiece for the Eagles.Ellsworth put forth an even more impressive performance in the second game as Matt Burnett and Brad Smith held Presque Isle hitless. Senior Austin Baron had three of the Eagles’ 12 hits as Ellsworth breezed to a mercy rule-shortened victory.This is placeholder textThis is placeholder textAgainst John Bapst, Ellsworth scored three runs in the third inning as Burnett struck out 11 batters and held the Crusaders to two hits in a 3-1 victory. The win propelled the Eagles (8-1) to fifth place in Class B North behind Brewer, Mount Desert Island, Hermon and Oceanside with seven games left in the regular season.Ellsworth’s next game will be on the road against Belfast (4-4) at 4 p.m. Friday, May 11. The Eagles will then host Old Town in a battle of Northern Maine title contenders at 4:30 p.m. next Tuesday, May 15.
#Raptors Star Kawhi Leonard (@kawhileonard) on how he reacts to rumors and reports on the radio and TV. #Clippers pic.twitter.com/5LtuaNxH4i— Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) December 12, 2018“I don’t really watch TV too much,” Leonard told reporters. “There’s a lot of different things you can do these days with different apps or websites you can go to and watch TV shows, movies, etc.”The Raptors went on to win 123-99 against the Clippers, but they had to do it without Leonard as he was sidelined with a sore right hip. The 27-year-old originally suffered the injury late in Toronto’s 104-99 home loss to the Bucks on Sunday. He went through the shootaround before the matchup in Los Angeles, but was still sore.In his first season with the Raptors, Leonard is averaging 26.1 points, 8.3 rebounds and three assists as Toronto is now 22-7 and at the top of the Eastern Conference. Kawhi Leonard injury update: Raptors star (hip) will miss game vs. Warriors Kawhi Leonard doesn’t appear to be in the holiday spirit just yet. Before the Raptors faced the Clippers on Tuesday, the Toronto guard was given a relatively easy question when asked if he could talk about his favorite Christmas moment. But Leonard didn’t want to answer the question as he simply said: “Not right now.” Reporter – “Merry Christmas. Can you talk about your favorite Christmas moment?”Kawhi Leonard – “Not right now.”#Clippers #Raptors pic.twitter.com/2tAlyg7e72— Tomer Azarly (@TomerAzarly) December 12, 2018He was willing to give a more thorough answer on how he reacts to rumors and reports on the radio and TV, though he didn’t reveal very much. Related News