Jason Thompson
Jason Thompson
Jason Dolph Thompson is a former Major League Baseball first baseman, and the current owner and operator of Jason Thompson Baseball, which offers baseball instruction in Auburn Hills, Michigan. He threw and batted left-handed.
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Jason Thompson wins Kings 2013 Oscar Robertson Triple Double Award
The Sacramento Bee - almost 4 years
I'm still flying back from OKC, but here is the press release from the Kings on the latest honor for Jason Thompson: SACRAMENTO, CALIF., Apr. 16, 2013 - In honor of one of the NBA's all-time greats, the Sacramento Kings continue to celebrate the legacy of Oscar Robertson, both on and off the court, by awarding the 2013 Oscar Robertson Triple-Double Award to Jason Thompson. The longest-tenured player on the current Kings roster, Thompson has proven himself a model professional and dedicated steward in the community ever since being selected with the 12th overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft. Heralded for his hustle, rebounding ability and competitive spirit, JT has cemented his legacy as a fan favorite and respected teammate. Already an active contributor towards the Kings charitable efforts, Thompson broadened his philanthropic footprint after experiencing a personal tragedy a few seasons ago. In 2010, Thompson suffered the loss of his cousin to heart disease ...
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Malaika Bobino: Lob City Shut Down in Sacramento
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
It's an amazing show! The entertainment is phenomenal except once in awhile the show stopping, acrobatic moves fail. And that's what happened when the Los Angeles Clippers dunk show got out shadowed by the Kings' three-point show. In what seemed like the best performance Sacramento fans have seen all season, the Kings beat the Clippers 116-101. Connecting on 14 three-pointers, one shy of their season high, Sacramento collectively played their best ball game. Six players were in double figures and the Kings played hard ball all four quarters. "The game plan was to be aggressive as much as possible from a defensive standpoint," said coach Keith Smart. "We could give up some highlight dunks and some three's, that's going to happen, but we hoped that over the course of the game our guys could wear them down." Los Angeles got off to a great start but Sacramento's defense kept them within reach throughout the first half. The usual suspects did their part, Blake Griffi ...
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Malaika Bobino: Kings Lose to the Bucks
Huffington Post Sports - almost 4 years
It was certainly the reaction many expected. No one was surprised DeMarcus Cousins got ejected for a flagrant foul two after elbowing Mike Dunleavy in the head. Dunleavy had done a good job of boxing Cousins out who fell awkwardly and got up limping. "I'm not going to begin to try and reason with someone like that," said Dunleavy. "I'm not even sure what I did, I thought I was just blocking him out. After the timeout he got in my face. In those situations, you've got to be ready. I felt like something was probably going to happen... It's too bad because he probably hurt the team more than he hurt me." Despite the game being almost in their reach, the Kings fell to the Milwaukee Bucks 115-113. Demarcus led the way for Sacramento with 24 points and 10 rebounds but his night was cut short for going after Dunleavy. He probably would've had a 40-point night but his temper often gets the best of him. Cousins picked up his 12th technical foul and third flagrant-two of ...
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NBA Trade Deadline Winners and Losers
Huffington Post Sports - about 4 years
While the NBA's annual trade deadline has come and gone without the barrage of deals that has characterized years past, some moves (or the decision not to move) will undoubtedly affect the second half of the season more than others. Fortunately for the Clippers, owner Donald Sterling shrewdly elected not to mortgage away the team's future and avoided the one absolute deadline no-no: Doing a deal simply to do a deal. Here's what to expect from the winners and losers at the trade deadline: WINNERS Los Angeles Clippers The duo of Bledsoe and Blake Griffin provides the rare combination of premier speed and athleticism. Sometimes it's actually the decision not to make a trade that makes a team a deadline winner. Point guard Eric Bledsoe is just 23 years old, and at this point in his young career, one can argue that he's been more successful than former Kentucky teammate and 2010 top overall pick, John Wall. Bledsoe is a blur with the ball, a dynamic and har ...
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Huffington Post Sports article
Evans and Kings take down Jazz
Fox News - over 4 years
Tyreke Evans scored 27 points and the Sacramento Kings beat the Utah Jazz, 108-97, on Saturday night.Jason Thompson added 16 points and nine rebounds for the Kings, who bounced back from a 104-102 loss to these Jazz in Utah on Friday
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Ailene Voisin: Kings could learn a lot from Lakers' blueprint
The Sacramento Bee - over 4 years
The Kings' front office types probably don't want to talk about this today. Nah. I'm sure they don't. NBA egos are immensely proportioned, particularly when a surprising, energetic, uplifting performance wakes up the crowd a few hours earlier at Sleep Train Arena. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com Lakers center Dwight Howard (12) didn't have much reason to smile. He took just four shots against the Kings. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacee.com Sacramento's Tyreke Evans drives against Chris Duhon. Evans had 18 points and a team-high six assists. Hector Amezcua hamezcua@sacbee.com Jason Thompson, who had 13 points and 10 rebounds, celebrates a basket with his teammates. Thompson played 40 minutes, nine more than any other Kings player. Ailene Voisin
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Lorraine Devon Wilke: Still Racist After All These Years
Huffington Post - over 4 years
America: just seconds away from a clean getaway. All convinced of our post-racial bona fides, certain of our moral and cultural evolution, ready to embrace the multihued palette of a vibrant mixed-race society... then we elect a black president and that old Devil comes slithering out from under the carpet, crawling in from behind the drapes. You know the one. All hiss and ignorance; the beast that inspires white hoods, lynched men, shuttered neighborhoods, and ugly political speech. Racism. Ann Coulter -- Mad Mouthpiece of the Right -- would not agree with this thesis. She of the tight jaw and narrow mind wondered recently on Bill Maher's show, "Where are all the racists liberals keep talking about?" None exist, she announced to a flabbergasted Bill; none except for "liberal racial demagoguery." Annie, Annie, Annie... I wish you could see how silly you look from the view outside your little blonde head. "Where?" she asks? Not hard to find, but let's make this ea ...
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Tommy Thompson's son's 'Kenya' gibe - Politico
Google News - over 4 years
Washington Times Tommy Thompson's son's 'Kenya' gibe Politico The son of Wisconsin Senate candidate Tommy Thompson suggested voters had an “opportunity” to send President Barack Obama “back to Kenya” at a brunch Sunday. “We have the opportunity to send President Obama back to Chicago — or Kenya,” Jason ... Paul Ryan steps up for cash-strapped 'mentor' Tommy Thompson in WisconsinThe Hill Tommy Thompson's son calls for sending Obama back 'to Kenya'Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Jason Thompson On Obama: 'We Have The Opportunity' To Send The President ...Huffington Post Fox11online.com -Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper -OneNewsNow all 134 news articles »
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Wisconsin Senate Candidate's Son Says We "Have The Opportunity" To Send Obama Back To Kenya (Andrew Kaczynski/BuzzFeed)
Memeorandum - over 4 years
Andrew Kaczynski / BuzzFeed: Wisconsin Senate Candidate's Son Says We “Have The Opportunity” To Send Obama Back To Kenya  —  Jason Thompson, the son of former Governor and Wisconson Senate candidate Tommy Thompson, speaking this morning at a brunch attended RNC Chairman Reince Priebus said that “we have the opportunity …
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Massachusetts Volkswagen Dealership Sells Record-Breaking VW Passat
Braintree Patch - over 4 years
There are more than three months left in 2012, but Volkswagen has already sold more Passats in the United States than any year previous, and the record-setting model was sold locally last week at a Greater Boston VWdealership. The automaker announced on Sept. 19 that U.S. Passat sales reached 77,524 units year-to-date with a sale at Quirk Volkswagen in Braintree, surpassing the previous mark of 77,523 units that was set during the entirety of 2001. Variants of the European VW Passat have been sold stateside since the 1970s, however, the Passat nameplate didn’t cross the pond until the 1990 model year. Then last year, Volkswagen kicked off production of a redesigned U.S.-market Passat at its new Chattanooga, Tenn. plant. Featuring a roomier interior, more standard features and a smoother ride at a lower price point, the new VW Passat quickly attracted buyers, prompting production increases during its first year on the market. “Our customers have been enthusiastically drawn to the ...
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Braintree Patch article
A Familiar Face Is Headed Back To 'The Office'
Huffington Post - over 4 years
Better watch out, Jim! According to TVLine, David Denman, who played Pam's (Jenna Fischer) fiance Roy is headed back to "The Office." Denman will guest star in episode 2 of the 9th season of the NBC series, though whether he'll try to win Pam back again is yet to be determined. In addition to his station at Dunder Mifflin, Denman has also appeared on "Drop Dead Diva," "Traffic Light," "Brothers And Sisters" and more. In other casting news... "American Pie" alum is headed to "Weeds." Natasha Lyonne will appear in the hour-long finale of the Showtime series as Tiffani. [THR] "Once Upon A Time" has nabbed a "True Blood" actor. Michael Raymond-James has joined the ABC drama as a "mysterious new character." [EW] Jason Thompson will guest star on "90210." The "General Hospital" star will appear on the CW series Eugene Thompsen, a detective working on a top-secret case. [TVLine] Jeffery DeMunn has landed a guest spot on "Chicago Fire." The "Walking Dead ...
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SSH Communications Security Launches CryptoAuditor: Minimally-Invasive Enterprise Privileged User Access Auditing Solution - Press Releases
Business Review USA - over 4 years
LAS VEGAS, July 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SSH Communications Security, known the world over as the inventor of the SSH protocol, today announced the launch of its CryptoAuditor™ solution at the Black Hat USA 2012 conference. The new offering helps prevent data loss across encrypted secure shell, RDP and SFTP traffic with inline, real-time and transparent audit capabilities for financial service providers, retailers and other enterprises transmitting sensitive information. CryptoAuditor is the second module released this year as part of the company's Information Assurance Platform. "We launched the Universal SSH Key Manager module earlier this year at RSA and we have received an excellent response from our customers since then," said Matthew McKenna, SSH vice president of sales and marketing.  "With the launch of CryptoAuditor, SSH provides the next logical extension to our platform, a fully transparent, centralized privileged access auditing solution, delivering strong data- ...
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Comics Roundup!
The Portland Mercury - over 4 years
Reviews of new funnybooks, in handy capsule form. by Alison Hallett, Courtney Ferguson, Erik Henriksen and Suzette Smith No Straight Lines edited by Justin Hall (Fantagraphics) No Straight Lines: Four Decades of Queer Comics is an important, overdue anthology—but to describe it as such shouldn't take away from just how much fun it is. Among the stories chronologically collected here, there are tales of young love, heartbreak, frustrated nights at the club, and meaningless hookups of both the fun and depressing variety; there are drag queens, lesbians who sleep with men, transgender people in transition, and a few anthropomorphic penises, just for good measure. Some of the most powerful work here deals with the AIDS crisis, while the funniest stuff mostly involves butts. Queer-themed comics have long been self-published, indie affairs (gay Green Lantern notwithstanding)—thus this book collects not only a remarkable range of tones, ...
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Woman's outdoors workshop this weekend at Starved Rock
The Times - almost 5 years
Jason Thompson is a survival skills educator. Even though he has a youthful look about him, don't let it fool you — he's been at this for more than 13 years. Thompson will share his love of the outdoors
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Marlin & Ray's Is A Catch For Stafford
Fredericksburg Patch - almost 5 years
When you enter Marlin & Ray's in Stafford County it has the appearance of a typical seafood chain restaurant with beach art on the walls and a fisherman's vibe, but the food is what really counts and this restaurant gets high marks. Marlin & Rays has had the busiest opening week in the franchise's history, said manager Jason Thompson. The restaurant has happy hours at the bar from 4 to 7 p.m. every day of the week, which is rare. "The happy hour is awesome. People love it," Thompson said. I've never seen so many servers and busboys at a restaurant before and everyone seemed well trained and busy on this Wednesday night. Every table was taken at 7 p.m. and people were waiting in the entryway to be seated. My server, William, visited the table numerous times to fill my water, talk about sports and was overall responsive to his diner's requests—and he gets an extra plus for being a Dallas Cowboys fan. Fredericksburg Patch reviewed numerous entrees and appetizers this w ...
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VOTE 2012: Meet the New Hanover County Commission Republican candidates
WWAY 3 News Channel - almost 5 years
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) -- The race for three open seats on the New Hanover County Commission is hotly contested this primary with six candidates in the GOP race alone. Each of the six Republicans say they have what it takes to win the race, but what exactly do they think matters to the community? The candidates agree there are many issues facing the county including the budget, economy, and jobs. Some hopefuls say their previous service shows their dedication to the county. “People,” said Buck O’Shields. “I'm a people person, and I believe that we all have ideals and goals." “Goodness knows if someone starts some controversy and drama, I can be the first one to get in the mix and mess it up,” said Jason Thompson. “I think that's healthy. I think you need to be passionate about what you're doing, and I am." “I have committed most of my life to community service and helping others with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of life,” said Beth Dawson. Others ...
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Kings’ Future Plans? Relocation Still Fairly Rare In NBA
KNCI 105.1 - almost 5 years
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jason Thompson
  • 1981
    Age 26
    His hitting improved substantially in the second half of the 1981 season, as he batted .321 with eight home runs and 25 RBIs.
    More Details Hide Details Thompson continued his hot hitting into, hitting thirteen home runs and batting .354 through the month of May to earn the third All-Star nod of his career. For the season, Thompson batted .284 with 31 home runs and 101 RBIs. He became the third player in Pirates history to reach the 100-RBI, 100-walk plateau, finishing fifth in the National League in OPS with a .902 mark. On June 26,, Thompson hit four home runs in a doubleheader against the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, tying Ralph Kiner's 37-year franchise record for most home runs in a doubleheader. Thompson remained with the Pirates through, batting .259 with 93 home runs and 354 RBIs in his five seasons with the club. During Spring training, he was dealt to the Montreal Expos for two minor leaguers. He lost his starting job to rookie Andrés Galarraga shortly into the season, and was released on June 30.
  • 1979
    Age 24
    In 1979, in a nationally televised game on NBC on June 16, Thompson hit a foul ball over the roof in foul territory in right field completely out of Tiger Stadium off California Angels' right-hander Dave Frost.
    More Details Hide Details Thompson also hit several home runs over the right field roof of Tiger stadium during his time as a Tiger. Thompson hit two home runs in the game, a 4–2 loss. After getting off to a slow start in, Thompson was traded to the California Angels for Al Cowens on May 27. In four plus seasons with the Tigers, Thompson batted .256 with 98 home runs and 354 RBIs. Thompson assumed first base duties upon his acquisition by the Angels with Hall of Famer Rod Carew shifting to designated hitter, however, they traded positions by the end of the season. Thompson batted over .300 for the Angels, but was traded to the Pittsburgh Pirates during Spring training the following season for Mickey Mahler and Ed Ott. Immediately after acquiring Thompson, the Pirates dealt him to the New York Yankees for Jim Spencer and minor league pitchers Greg Cochran and Fred Tolliver, however, commissioner Bowie Kuhn voided the deal. The Yankees were to pay Spencer's salary according to the original deal; which put the transaction over the $400,000 limit the commissioner had established for any transaction.
  • 1975
    Age 20
    He was then selected in the fourth round of the 1975 Major League Baseball draft by the Detroit Tigers.
    More Details Hide Details In his first professional season,, he batted .324 with 10 home runs and 38 runs batted in for the Southern League's Montgomery Rebels. With regular first baseman Dan Meyer batting .192 with only two RBIs, the Tigers gave the job to Thompson early into the season. He responded by going four-for-five in his third game as a major leaguer. Despite batting just .218, Thompson led the Tigers with seventeen home runs and was third on the club with 54 RBIs. He also earned a reputation as one of the top fielding first basemen in the American League. Following the season, he was named to the Topps Rookie All-Star team. In, Thompson was batting .276 with twelve home runs and 65 RBIs at the All-Star break to gain selection to the AL squad, but he did not appear in the game. He was named to the All-Star team again a year later, and flew out to George Foster in his only at-bat.
  • 1972
    Age 17
    Thompson was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the fifteenth round of the 1972 Major League Baseball draft, but chose instead to play ball at Cal-State Northridge.
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  • 1954
    Born on July 6, 1954.
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