Widespread Panic brought their show to Pensacola, FL last night for the first of their two-night stand at The Saenger Theatre. To end their first set, the southern gents dusted off “Coconut” from their 1988 album Space Wrangler. Having not played it since Panic En La Playa in January of 2015, a solid 130 shows have passed since the song’s last life.Among the rest of the night’s highlights included covers of Neil Young‘s “Vampire Blues”, Chuck Berry‘s “Let It Rock”, J.J. Cale‘s “Ride Me High”, and Talking Heads‘ “Heaven”. Panic fans were treated to knee-slapping versions of “Heaven, Ribs & Whiskey” and “Street Dogs For Breakfast”, as the night simmered into a “Mercy” extended jam that, with a break on the drums, led into a solid “Fixin’ To Die”. Second set ended with “Pigeons”, marking another stand-out song selection with remarkable placement. The sextet encored with another tour debut, “Vacation”.Thanks to YouTube user coloartist, you can watch the full performance of “Coconut” below:Widespread Panic return to The Saenger Theatre tonight for another sold-out show, then move on to St. Augustine, Florida, for two more nights that will close out the southern leg of this tour.Widespread Panic @ Saenger Theatre in Pensacola, FL 9/20/16:Set 1: Weight of the World, Pleas > Vampire Blues, Pickin’ Up The Pieces > Jam > You Got Yours, Let It Rock, Heroes, Rebirtha > Coconut* (71 mins)Set 2: Ride Me High > Tie Your Shoes > Heaven, Ribs & Whiskey, Street Dogs For Breakfast, Mercy > Drums > Fixin’ To Die, You Should Be Glad, Pigeons (102 mins)Encore: Vacation (11 mins)* LTP 1.25.15 Panic en la Playa (130 shows)[Setlist via PanicStream]
Maddon said he has heard nothing about plans the Angels may have for relocating if any changes to the health regulations in California or Orange County would prohibit their workouts or games from continuing as scheduled. “If that were to happen then you just have to make the adjustment,” Maddon said. “I have been talking about flexibility and being nimble, being uncomfortable being inconvenienced. It’s not going away. If in fact there’s something going on in our direction that we would have to make an adjustment I’m sure that we would, but as of right now I’ve not been approached.” “This guy is absolutely a huge part of our future,” Maddon said. “No question. But, again, there’s really no rush. Just make sure that all the boxes are checked, that he’s able to work in all the different areas that make a complete Major League Baseball player. I’ve been around situations where guys have been rushed. And when you do that, you could lose a really good player.”When Maddon was asked flat-out if Adell has a path to make the roster for the Angels’ July 24 opener, he said: “Jo Adell is doing great right now. I like the progress that he’s making. I’m not gonna say can or cannot. I’m just going to tell you that I like what he’s doing right now. You’ve been watching too. Just start counting players heads, names, positions and I think you’ll be able to figure it out.”The Angels have Mike Trout in center and Justin Upton in left, and will try to split starts in right field between Brian Goodwin and David Fletcher. Michael Hermosillo, who has big league experience, would seemingly be the best choice as a backup outfielder.It is unlikely the Angels would want Adell in the majors unless there is a spot for him to play every day.ROTATION UPDATEMaddon conceded that Matt Andriese appears to be in line to be the Angels’ fifth starter. The top four are Andrew Heaney, Shohei Ohtani, Dylan Bundy and Griffin Canning, although the order hasn’t been set. Beyond that, Jaime Barria and Felix Peña are the two leading candidates to fill in as the sixth starter. Maddon said the Angels would primarily use a sixth starter to accommodate Ohtani, since he would be pitching on six days rest while the other starters would pitch on four or five days rest.COMINGS AND GOINGSThe Angels have added right-hander Parker Markel to the injured list, although Maddon said he does not have a physical injury.Markel is the seventh player to be on the injured list, but the first to be added after initially participating in camp. When asked if he’s concerned that a player who was cleared to participate initially is now out, Maddon said: “No.”Teams are prohibited from disclosing which players on the COVID-related injured list unless the player gives his consent.Luis Rengifo, one of the players who had been absent from camp for undisclosed reasons, joined the team on Wednesday.Patrick Sandoval, Matt Thaiss, Jared Walsh, Brandon Marsh and Rengifo have all joined the team since the start of camp. Marsh and Rengifo, however, remain on the injured list.Julio Teheran, Jose Suarez, Jose Quijada and Dillon Peters are the only players who have been absent the entire camp. All are on the injured list.The Angels added right-hander Denny Brady to their player pool. Brady, 23, was their seventh-round pick in 2017. He pitched last season at Inland Empire, posting a 3.64 ERA in 76-2/3 innings, including 10 starts. He struck out 10.1 hitters per nine innings.ALSOThe Angels were set for their first night intrasquad game on Wednesday. They are scheduled to play at night again Friday and Saturday. They have night games next Monday through Wednesday, two against the Padres sandwiched around one against the Dodgers…So far the Angels don’t have Reid Detmers listed to work in any of their intrasquad games. The left-hander was the Angels’ first-round pick in last month’s draft. …Related Articles Jose Suarez’s rocky start sinks Angels in loss to Astros Angels offense breaks out to split doubleheader with Astros Angels’ poor pitching spoils an Albert Pujols milestone Angels’ Shohei Ohtani spending downtime working in outfield ANAHEIM >> Joe Maddon has frequently gushed about Jo Adell during his first two camps — one in the spring and one in the summer — getting a look at the Angels’ top prospect.On Wednesday, though, Maddon pumped the brakes just a bit for anyone expecting Adell to be on the Angels Opening Day roster.“The guy’s high-ceiling all the way around,” the Angels manager said. “But he has things to work on, quite frankly. Don’t be deceived by a couple well-struck balls in a spring training game, whether it’s here now or in an actual spring that we just went through.”Adell, 21, has been getting plenty of opportunity in Angels intrasquad games through the first week and a half of their summer camp. He’s had a few extra base hits against big league pitchers. He’s also struck out several times and had a couple gaffes in the outfield. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Angels’ Mike Trout working on his defense, thanks to Twitter
Russell Wilson missed a preseason game for the first time in his career when Seattle defeated Denver last week in its preseason opener. The newly minted $140-million quarterback is hungry to get on the field.While Wilson, who signed a new four-year extension this offseason, will get at least a series when the Seahawks travel to Minnesota, the more interesting quarterback play may come from his backups competing for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart. Paxton Lynch thrilled fans in Week 1, going 11-for-15 for 109 yards and a touchdown as he outdueled fellow backup Geno Smith. Smith, who will miss at least this game with a knee cyst, will be replaced by former Ohio State quarterback J.T Barrett who was signed earlier this week. What channel is Seahawks vs. Vikings on today?TV channel (National): FoxLive stream: fuboTVThe Seahawks vs. Vikings game will be the first national broadcast of the 2019 preseason for Fox. Kevin Burkhardt will take play-by-play responsibilities with Charles Davis serving as the color analyst.As for a live-stream presentation, Seahawks vs. Vikings can be seen on fuboTV. New fubo TV users can sign up with a seven-day free trial. All nationally televised NFL preseason games will be available on fuboTV.Seahawks vs. Vikings: What time is kickoff?Date: Sunday, Aug. 18Start time: 8 p.m. ETSeahawks vs. Vikings is the second of two preseason games being played on Sunday.Seahawks preseason schedule 2019DateOpponentTimeAug. 8vs. BroncosW 22-14Aug. 18at Vikings8 p.m. ETAug. 24at Chargers10 p.m. ETAug. 29vs. Raiders10 p.m. ETVikings preseason schedule 2019DateOpponentTimeAug. 9at SaintsW 34-25Aug. 18vs. Seahawks8 p.m. ETAug. 24vs. Cardinals1 p.m. ETAug. 29at Bills7 p.m. ET The Seahawks will also look for the continued progress of their two rookie wide receivers in the wake of Doug Baldwin’s retirement. Second-round pick D.K. Metcalf caught just one ball last week while fourth-round pick Gary Jennings was targeted twice but failed to reel either pass in.MORE: Watch Seahawks vs. Vikings live with fuboTV (7-day free trial)On a Vikings front, Kirk Cousins is again expected to at least take one series. Minnesota will continue to find depth in its running back department, knowing that starter Dalvin Cook has a bad history with injuries, and the offensive line was a sieve at several points last season. Minnesota rushed for 213 yards last week against New Orleans, led by second-year back Mike Boone and former Detroit back Ameer Abdullah.Below is all the info you need to watch Seahawks vs. Vikings on Sunday afternoon.