Greenswell: Central Ohio's leader in Triathlons, Trail Runs, Running ...

Why Greenswell Events? We love racing as much as you do and are passionate about delivering the ultimate athlete experience at every race. We race in truly ... Welcome to Greenswell Events. With over 50 outstanding triathlons and running events of every distance across Ohio, we have a race for everyone; novice to elite, young to old. Why Greenswell Events? We love racing as much as you do and are passionate about delivering the ultimate athlete experience at every race. We race in truly beautiful locales and offer the best racing experience possible. Join us at any of our amazing venues and you’ll quickly notice the Greenswell Events difference! August 06, 2021|Sharon Woods Metro Park September 26, 2021|Deer Creek State Park Thank you to all of the race participants! Find your race results for each of our triathlon, running, & multi-sport events. We hope to see you at a future race soon! National Veterans Memorial and Museum Virtual Run – 1 Mile, 5K & 10K October 31, 2020Green Lawn Cemetery Walking With the Dead 10K, 5K & 1 Mile Run/Walk Indoor Triathlon, Duathlon, Pump-n-Run & 5K (*Virtual* December 1 -13) May 15, 2021Glacier Ridge Metro Park Missler-Rozanski Memorial 5K & 1 Mile Walk [In-Person] June 12, 2021Highbanks Metro park Run Out Duchenne 5K (In-Person) Sign up for our e‑newsletter. Greenswell Events is a professional organization that provides event management services, timing and equipment for triathlon, running, and multisport events in Central Ohio and surrounding area. We specialize in being a turnkey event manager who can provide the services and equipment to organize your event. We pride ourselves in our consistency, and reliability, our personal touch, and our use of the latest timing technology to ensure accurate and quickly posted results, both at the event, online and through our Greenswell Events app.

Batty about Stock Car Racing Former Red Sox slugger Mike ... mike-greenwell-is-pursuing-his-first-love

Nov 16, 1998 ... Look into Mike Greenwell's eyes, and you can see the fireburning. Talk to him for five minutes, and you get theimpression that his 12-year ... BATTY ABOUT STOCK CAR RACING FORMER RED SOX SLUGGER MIKE GREENWELL IS PURSUING HIS FIRST LOVE Look into Mike Greenwell's eyes, and you can see the fire burning. Talk to him for five minutes, and you get the impression that his 12-year career with the Boston Red Sox didn't give him half the rush he's feeling now. Twice a month from January to November, Greenwell, 35, races limited late-model stock cars, usually at Charlotte County Speedway in Punta Gorda, Fla. He's in his first full season behind the wheel, and though he's still searching for a victory, he's having the time of his life. To Greenwell, becoming a top driver--maybe even in NASCAR--has long been a dream. Growing up in Fort Myers, Fla., he had two loves, baseball and motor sports, the latter owing to a stock car race his father took him to at age four. It wasn't until his 19th birthday that he raced for the first time, driving a stock car to a fourth-place finish in Naples, Fla., on July 18, 1982. A few days later the Red Sox signed Greenwell, their third-round draft pick, and shipped him to Class A in Elmira, N.Y. His contract stipulated that he would That didn't dampen Greenwell's enthusiasm. He assembled a racing team six years later, gained sponsorship, and entered his team in races all over the country, including many in the Busch Grand National Series. But as hard as he tried to get the no-racing clause removed from his contract, the Sox wouldn't budge. He caused a stir in June 1991, when he drove three laps during a

Mike Greenwell - Wikipedia

Racing career[edit]. Mike Greenwell. NASCAR Camping World Truck Series career. 2 races run over 1 year. Best finish ... From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigationJump to search MLB: September 5, 1985, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 3, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers MLB: September 28, 1996, for the Boston Red Sox NPB: May 11, 1997, for the Hanshin Tigers Michael Lewis Greenwell (born July 18, 1963) is a former left fielder in Major League Baseball (MLB) who played his entire MLB career with the Boston Red Sox (1985–1996). He played a few games for the Hanshin Tigers in Japan (1997), before retiring. Greenwell was nicknamed "The Gator." He batted left-handed and threw right-handed.[1] He was fourth in Rookie of the Year voting in 1987. Greenwell was a leading contender for the American League MVP award in 1988, but lost to Jose Canseco, who had the first 40 home run, 40 stolen base season in baseball history. Greenwell hit .325 with 22 home runs and 119 RBIs in 1988, setting career highs in all three categories. 2.2 Nippon Professional Baseball Greenwell was born in Louisville, Kentucky. When he was five years old, his family relocated to Fort Myers, Florida; he would later attend North Fort Myers High School, where he played both baseball and football. Greenwell was drafted in the third round of the 1982 Major League Baseball Draft by the Red Sox, and was signed on June 9, 1982.[2] Throughout his Red Sox career, Greenwell suffered under the weight of lofty expectations for a Boston left fielder, as since 1940 the position had been occupied by Ted Williams, Carl Yastrzemski and Jim Rice – all MVP winners, regular triple crown candidates, and eventual members of the Baseball Hall of Fame. Although his play rarely reached the level of his predecessors, he provided a solid and reliable presence in the team's lineup for several seasons. Well respected, he also served as the team's player representative for a time.[3] Greenwell was runner-up for the 1988 American League MVP Award to Jose Canseco of the Oakland Athletics; years later, Canseco's admission of steroid use led Greenwell to ask, "Where's my MVP?"[4]